Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Brenda Dennis unveiled the organization’s new website and logo to members at the chamber’s fall luncheon held Thursday, Sept. 16, at the Millbrook Civic Center.
Ingram State Technical College adult education instructor Frank Clem has been named "Region 8 Teacher of the Year” by the Correctional Education Association.
Millbrook resident Morrisa Tuck was back in her hometown of Alexander City on Tuesday, Aug. 31, to promote her second novel, "And Troubles Rise" at Adelia M. Russell Library.
Republican Troy Stubbs announced on Wednesday, Sept. 1, that he is running for the Alabama House of Representatives, District 31. Stubbs currently serves as Chairman of the Elmore County Commission.
Gov. Kay Ivey and Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday, Aug. 20, that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted July 2021 unemployment rate is 3.2%, down from June’s rate of 3.3%, and well below July 2020’s rate of 7.4%.
The number of student COVID-19 cases across the county increased significantly, along with the number positive cases for employees, during the week of Aug. 16, prompting Elmore County Schools Superintendent Richard Dennis to change the system's mask-wearing policy.
As students throughout Elmore County headed back to the classroom on Aug. 9, they did so with fewer restrictions in comparison to the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
There was a mixture of happiness and tears at Wetumpka Elementary School as students enrolled in the Elmore County Public Schools system headed back to the classroom on Monday, Aug. 9, for the start of the 2021-2022 year.
All of the school buses in the Elmore County Schools fleet are now less than 10 years old. It’s an accomplishment that means the district’s transportation department will receive $1.07 million annually in state funds for the next three years.
City and state leaders and members of the Millbrook community united on Thursday, July 29, for a groundbreaking ceremony at the site where the new Millbrook Senior Center will be erected.
- Sheriff Franklin shares more details about children found at Wetumpka residence
- Company Street block party set for next week
- Defense, run game push Wetumpka past Benjamin Russell
- UPDATE: Sheriff's office finds parents of children left at Wetumpka residence
- Stanhope's Colton Walls fulfills childhood dream with commitment to Troy baseball
- Holtville looks to remain unbeaten in region play against Talladega
- Elmore County volleyball wins Block Party championship
- Tallassee, Daniels run past Elmore County in region play
- Big second half leads Stanhope Elmore past Chilton County
- Elmore Community Hospital opens COVID testing site
- PHOTOS/ VIDEO: County Wide High School Band Exhibition
- Maroon Machine performs at Night of Bands
- Stanhope Elmore performs at Night of Bands
- Holtville's Green Machine performs at Night of Bands
- Photos: Wetumpka, Reeltown, Stanhope Elmore compete in Elmore County Volleyball Tournament
- PHOTOS: Tallassee Football vs Elmore County
- Wetumpka performs at Night of Bands
- PHOTOS: Reeltown Shuts Out Goshen
- Photos: Stanhope Elmore Band Halftime Performance
- Paddlers stop in Wetumpka on 650 Mile Journey
Beginning Monday, July 12, the Alabama Department of Transportation will be performing routine maintenance on Alabama Highway 14 in Millbrook from Alabama Highway 143 to the entrance of New Life Christian Academy.
Jim Hardy has won state championships in football, competed in professional fishing tournaments and is the founder of Outdoor Friends Forever, an organization that gives special needs children opportunities to get outside and make friends.
Elected officials, family, friends and members of the Steve Rose Outreach Organization gathered on the steps of the Elmore County Courthouse on Tuesday, July 6, to award two students with the Derrick Lucas Beat the Odds Merit Scholarship.
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.
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.
The manufacturing industry job fair hosted by Central AlabamaWorks on Wednesday, June 23, at the Wetumpka Civic Center was a success, according to Gindi Prutzman, executive director at the Alabama Works Career Center.
The Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 2021 Annual Meeting and Small Business Awards luncheon on June 17 at the Lanark NaturePlex.
With the current number of job openings in Alabama, there is no reason job seekers can’t have their pick of the best possible career paths available.
Elmore County Public Schools celebrated the kickoff of its Break for a Plate summer feeding program on Tuesday, June 1, at Wetumpka Middle School.
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.
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.
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.
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%.