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Jacob Allison was recently a delegate at the 84th American Legion Alabama Boys State, representing his community and Edgewood Academy. His parents are Aimee and Leon. Jacob was involved in the judicial interest group.

The Tallassee and Wetumpka Verizon stores along with nearly 750 other participating TCC and Wireless Zone stores are inviting local families to their locations on Sunday, Aug. 1, between 1-4 p.m. to pick up a backpack filled with pencils, paper, a pencil box, a ruler, folders and glue. Suppl…

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…

Motorists traveling through the Redland community can expect delays for the next several months as road construction projects are now in progress in the area.

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.

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More than 200 tattered and torn flags were burned on Monday, June 14, a day that's recognized nationally as Flag Day because it commemorates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14, 1777.

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.

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More than 200 tattered and torn flags were burned on Monday, June 14, a day that's recognized nationally as Flag Day because it commemorates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14, 1777.

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The city of Wetumpka is set to host its second Farmer's Market event of the season on Thursday, June 10, from 4-7 p.m.

Wetumpka's monthly Art Walk event took place on Friday, June 4, from 4-8 p.m. The event is a collaboration featuring several handpicked artists who come together to offer an outdoor art show and sale in the heart of downtown Wetumpka. The monthly event was created by Don Sawyer, a seasoned a…

Not even rain could dampen people's spirits at Main Street Wetumpka's Community Market on Thursday, June 3. The event takes place along Merchant's Alley on the first Thursday of every month from 5-8 p.m.

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Wetumpka's own, artists Deb and Steve Garst, will soon have more than 120 works of art on display at the Johnson Center for the Arts in downtown Troy. The exhibit is titled GarstArt: Works by Deb and Steve Garst.

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The Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a job fair on Wednesday, June 2, that focuses on careers in the hospitality industry.

A crowd of veterans, active duty service members, first responders, Boy Scouts and members of the community united at VFW Smith Leonard Post 4572 on Monday, May 31, for a Memorial Day ceremony that doubled as a dedication ceremony for the newly erected Veterans Memorial Monument.