The Elmore County Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Elmore County Highway Department, has issued the following statement for all of Elmore County:RESUMPTION OF TRAVEL STATEMENT: Effective 5 p.m., Oct. 29, conditions have improved and the previous IMPASSABLE TRAVEL ADVISOR…
For 15-year-old Mady Mulder, art has always been a part of her life. In fact, she said she can't remember a time when she wasn't creating art.
Much of Elmore County is without power and some roads are closed after Hurricane Zeta brought intense wind and rain to Alabama.
Pam Martin and Katie Davis, the owners of Market Shoppes in downtown Wetumpka, were recently named among the finalists for Alabama's Small Business of the Year award.
For Ryan Burgener, when it comes to holiday yard decor, bigger is always better. And this Halloween, he went big — like a 21-foot scarecrow big.
Downtown Eclectic was buzzing with excitement and overflowing with guests on Saturday as the town's 28th annual Cotton Festival took place.
- Elmore County issues impassable travel advisory
- Mustangs win third straight over rival Wetumpka
- Go big or go home: Wetumpka man builds 21-foot scarecrow
- Elmore County Player of the Week: Whitlow Jr. caps busy week with dominant performance
- Elmore County Food Pantry experiencing food shortage, residents asked to help
- Much of county still without power after Hurricane Zeta, some roads reopen
- Bulldogs battle to bring playoffs back home
- 2020 Halloween happenings
- Elmore County Schools closed Thursday due to weather
- Unveiling ceremony held for W.B. Doby Activity Center
- PHOTOS: Stanhope Elmore battles Wetumpka in annual rivalry game
- PHOTOS: Readers submit photos of damage in Elmore County
- PHOTOS: Holtville hosts Sylacauga with home playoff game on the line
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka, Calera trade blows in high-scoring affair
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka hosts BRHS, Stanhope Elmore in area tournament
- PHOTOS: Elmore County falls to Beauregard
- PHOTOS: Edgewood pulls off upset against No. 2 Chambers
Two local artists were received honors at the 2020 Alabama Members’ Showcase Reception hosted by the Watercolor Society of Alabama on Oct. 4.
On Friday, make plans to support the Central Alabama CrimeStoppers at the Prattville Robert Trent Jones Golf Course where the organization will sponsor its signature fundraising event.
Main Street Alabama celebrates local program successes with the announcement of the 7th annual Awards of Excellence. The awards honor projects and individuals that make tremendous impacts in their respective communities.
The Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce’s Great Balls of Fire golf tournament on Thursday met and exceeded expectations, according to development director Anna Chapelle.
Wetumpka’s Dixie Art Colony Foundation recently acquired a donation consisting of a vast collection of art from the estate of the late Dixie Art Colony artist Doris Alexander Thompson.
Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday announced that Alabama has been awarded $17.8 million to provide opportunities for Alabama workers that have been displaced by COVID-19 to develop new skills in high demand industries.
Stella Kirkpatrick was the center of attention on Monday as robotics students at Wetumpka High School presented her and her family with a modified motorized toy car.
Long-time photojournalist and local Main Street Wetumpka executive director Jenny Stubbs recently published My Wetumpka: A Picture Book Love Story, a 100-page, 10x10 book pairing the town’s remarkable history with its picturesque imagery.
Elmore County Schools is working diligently alongside STARBASE Maxwell 2.0 to help close the gender that exists in technology by providing a STEM program to middle school girls.
While the Elmore County Commission and City of Wetumpka have explored recycling options for the Elmore County/City of Wetumpka Collection facility, neither partner foresees the recycling resuming in the near future due to the financial feasibility of the program.