University of Alabama Softball center fielder Ellisa Brown spoke to the Wetumpka Lion’s Club on Monday, July 12.
New teachers within Elmore County Public Schools spent Monday and Tuesday, July 19-20, at the central office taking part in the district’s New Teacher Academy.
The Eclectic Town Council, Mayor Gary Davenport and members of the Eclectic Youth Baseball Organization met at Eclectic Town Hall on Thursday, July 15, to discuss several points of contention that have boiled over in recent months.
On Thursday, July 15, Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine Marching Band was announced as the winner of USA Today’s Best Band Fan Favorite Award for high school bands in the state of Alabama.
A dedicated group of 120 Maroon Machine Marching Band members trekked ankle-deep in mud as they strived to perfect the field show that hundreds will soon see.
Alabama Power, with the help of numerous partners, provides more than 65 public recreation sites on the 12 reservoirs it manages across the state. These sites, called The Preserves, include five day-use facilities, dozens of boat ramps and handicap-accessible hunting and fishing opportunitie…
Thousands of people filled Wetumpka's Gold Star Park and the streets of downtown Wetumpka on Saturday, July 3, for the city's annual Fourth of July celebration.
Pidge Burt Yeager and Teresa Burt Hodge were filled with joy as they stood in front of a street sign meant to help honor the legacy of their parents, Terry and Wanda Burt.
Wetumpka's The Emanon Group recognized several students from throughout Elmore County for their academic achievements on Saturday, June 26, at the 18th Annual Academic Honors Tea.
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There was a small crowd of eager customers gathered at the entrance of Down Home Bar and Grill on Friday, May 28, as they waited for the restaurant to open its doors to the public for the first time.
On Friday, May 28, the Eclectic Senior Center opened its doors to local senior citizens for its May Day event, which was its first event since closing in March 2020.
The Elmore County Commission has partnered with the Elmore County Economic Development Authority to create a campaign that raises awareness about the importance of shopping local.
Elmore County High School's senior class of 102 students celebrated the end of one chapter and the beginning of another at Burt-Haynie Field on Friday, May 21.
More than a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns about the psychological effects of the pandemic on children and adolescents continue to swirl as several different entities strive to understand the impact on children's mental well-being and how best to help them.
The FFA Rodeo will be in Wetumpka this Friday and Saturday at the Wetumpka Sports Complex, but before this weekend's main event, Dani Loeb, the first Alabamian to make the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, and Kylee Campbell, the reigning Miss Rodeo USA visited area schools where they introduced …
The Alabama Department of Public Health has received final guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
A Dash of Fashion Consignment is skipping into downtown Eclectic. Business owner Jenna Wright said the consignment boutique it set to begin accepting consignments this week.
The Eclectic Town Council voted to reopen Eclectic Town Hall and all city departments now that Gov. Kay Ivey has loosened state mandates regarding COVID-19.
Although the Eclectic Public Library has been open since June 2020, library director Betty Coker said residents have been slow to return to the library.
Elmore County students racked up awards at the 2021 Greater East Alabama Regional Science and Engineering Fair that was held at Auburn University at the end of March.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday, April 16, that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted March 2021 unemployment rate is 3.8%, down from February’s rate of 4%, yet above March 2020’s rate of 2.6%.
Twenty-five students throughout Elmore County have been named finalists in the 2021 Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Memorial Scholarship program.
Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine band hosted its fourth mattress sale fundraiser on Sunday, April 11, and band director Anthony Vittore said the event was a success.