The Wetumpka Police Department, in partnership with Well Worn Paths, recently kicked off its Operation Backpack school supplies drive.
Members of the Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine majorette squad spent a part of their day on Saturday, June 5, participating in a car wash and bake sale.
Elmore County Public Schools celebrated the kickoff of its Break for a Plate summer feeding program on Tuesday, June 1, at Wetumpka Middle School.
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.
Friends and family members of graduating Holtville High School students gathered at the Boykin-Chapman Field on Thursday, May 20, to watch 114 seniors make the long-awaited walk across the field to receive their high school diplomas.
The Wildcats gymnasium was abuzz with excitement on Thursday, May 20, as friends and family members gathered to celebrate the graduating seniors at Edgewood Academy.
Family members and friends of graduating seniors from Wetumpka High School packed the Wetumpka Sports Complex on Tuesday, May 18, for the school's commencement exercises.
More than 200 students walked across the stage to receive their high school diplomas at Stanhope Elmore High School on Monday, May 17, at the Foshee-Henderson Stadium.
For the first time ever, the Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery and the Wetumpka Public Library are partnering to offer the Tails and Tales free summer reading program to local children.
Several members of the Wetumpka community gathered at the Wetumpka Civic Complex on Tuesday, May 11, for the Charters of Freedom Dedication Ceremony.
- Farmer's Market set for June 10
- Company Street closed for 2-3 months
- The Wetumpka Herald's All-Elmore County softball teams
- Amber Bonds joins Coosa Cleaver as executive chef
- Slapout Drive-In showing Jumanji on Saturday
- Elmore County Softball Coach of the Year: Mark Segrest
- Eclectic Fire Department hosting Crawfish Boil Fundraiser
- FBC Wetumpka breaks ground on new building
- Baynes, Love and Wheat first-team All-State, others from Elmore County land on list
- Alex Johnson signs LOI to Martin Methodist
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Stanhope Elmore ninth grader Olivia Stephens said she was shocked to learn that she'd won first place in the high school essay division of a districtwide Black History Month contest, spearheaded by District 2 Board of Education member Wendell Saxon.
Those hoping to get a glimpse of the black history projects completed by Elmore County Schools students will have a chance to do so on Saturday.
Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine marching band needs the community’s help to win USA Today’s Best Band Fan Favorite Award for high school bands in the state of Alabama.
Multiple students in Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine marching band received top honors during the Alabama Bandmasters Association’s All-State competition.
Ingram State Technical College and Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin are partnering to bring adult education/GED preparation and testing services to Elmore County Jail inmates.
Students in the Elmore County Public Schools district have an opportunity to learn more about American history through the lens of African Americans thanks to a Black History Month project spearheaded by District 2 Board of Education member Wendell Saxon.
Elmore County Public Schools Superintendent Richard Dennis said the district has been busy preparing for today, the day that teachers are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.
Elmore County Public Schools’ Chief School Financial Officer Jason Mann is now one of only 23 school finance professionals in Alabama to earn the title of Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations through the Association of School Business International.
Max Credit Union is bringing financial literacy education to more than 4,200 students and residents in Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore, Lee, and Pike counties.
The Elmore County Board of Education has been intentional about positioning itself for future success, and the district’s Chief Financial Officer Jason Mann has played a key role in the process.
Students in Holtville High's Internet Marketing class were recently named the winners of an entertainment broadcast contest and a $1,000 educational grant from Reach and Teach.
With an increased number of personnel absences at Coosada and Holtville elementary schools, all students at both schools have transitioned to virtual platforms for the remainder of this week.
A 60-foot flagpole at the entrance of Stanhope Elmore's football field pays tribute to a man who impacted the lives of a countless number of people.