Sally, now downgraded to a tropical storm, is still affecting the area.
With September dubbed National Preparedness Month, the Elmore County Commission is sharing tips with the public to help everyone prepare before a disaster strikes.
The Town of Eclectic is set to host its monthly Trade Days event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday with social distancing precautions in place for vendors and those attending.
Olympus is a nine-month old, male Lab mix, about 45 pounds. He is a wonderful boy who loves toys and treats, is great with dogs and cats. He is shy at first but very loving and fun; has been with us since he was a young pup so would love to learn about life with a family to call his own.
Elmore County Schools superintendent Richard Dennis said thousands of dollars recently allocated to the school system by state representatives will go toward funding more programs in schools.
In addition to raising money for programs offered by the Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce, the Great Balls of Fire golf tournament serves as a way for the community to fellowship and network in a safe way.
It was announced last Thursday by Gov. Kay Ivey one of three future men’s prisons in the Alabama Department of Corrections’ facility plan will be located in Elmore County.
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Elmore County Commission received the 2020 “Award for Efficiency and Innovation in County Government – Urban Category” from the Association of County Commissions of Alabama during the 92nd Annual Convention for its Broadband Expansion Partnership project.
To serve on the Town Council, Place 3 candidate Lindsay Mothershed said a person should be one who believes in serving others and has experience that will assist in making decisions for the betterment of Eclectic.
The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office is advising residents to beware of phone scams where the offenders are claiming to be from the Social Security Administration Office.
Four local college students were among a group of 100 who earned a $1,000 scholarship through the competitive Alfa Foundation Scholarship Program.
The Wetumpka police and fire departments and Elmore County deputies were on hand Friday to welcome home 10-year-old TJ Esco after completing the final step in his 4.5-year fight against cancer.
Several local and state leaders and elected officials gathered at the Elmore County Technical Center on Friday for a groundbreaking ceremony kicking off the start of construction for an additional ECTC facility.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is partnering with the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries to assist in collecting unsolicited seed packages being sent to Alabama residents from China.
The Alabama Securities Commission is inviting women of all ages to participate in one of its newest initiatives called She Can, a free financial empowerment program.
As a part of National Health Center Week, the Eclectic Family Health Center was recognized for the role it has played in the community for the past 15 years.
The Town of Eclectic is set to host its monthly Trade Days event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday with social distancing precautions in place for vendors and those attending.
More people are getting back to work in Elmore County, according to the June unemployment rates recently released by the Alabama Department of Labor.
In an effort to continue offering services to the community, the Elmore County Extension Office is offering a number of virtual events now through September.
Elmore County residents who have not completed the 2020 Census have a little bit more time to do so thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau extending the deadline for self-responses.