Five arrested with drugs, guns and cash seized

Five arrested with drugs, guns and cash seized

Five people were arrested and  marijuana, powdered cocaine, crack, Ecstasy, guns and cash were seized in an early Friday morning bust in Camp Hill. Sgt. ... Read more


Tuggle rips officials as local armory targeted for closure

A lack of state matching funds required to draw down federal dollars to meet the Alabama National Guard’s facility needs will result in the closure ... Read more

  1. Couple creating a massive yarn web even a spider would envy
  2. Farmers have high hopes for this year’s crops
  3. United Way helps fund Coosa Sheriff’s Reserve

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New St. John’s priest acclimating well to Alexander CIty

New St. John’s priest acclimating well to Alexander CIty

By Corey Arwood / The Outlook A new priest at Alexander City’s St. John the Apostle Catholic Church has plans for greater involvement of the ... Read more

Five state parks slated for closure, fees to be increased for visitors

Though Wind Creek State Park escaped the Alabama State Parks System’s closure list, it may see some increases in fees, according to a Wednesday release ... Read more

Commissioners approve $14.5 million budget

The Tallapoosa County Commissioners unanimously approved a $14.5 million budget Wednesday morning that relies on about $900,000 to meet spending demands. Included in the budget ... Read more

State closes local drivers license offices, probate will still handle renewals

Driver license offices in Alexander City and Dadeville are among 31 Alabama Law Enforcement Agency satellite offices in the state that will immediately transfer all ... Read more

New Dadeville budget includes raises for employees

The Dadeville City Council included a five percent raise for city workers when it approved a $2.6 million budget for 2015-2016 Tuesday evening. “This budget ... Read more

  1. Voters reject hike in Still Waters fire district service fee
  2. Local drivers license offices to be closed  | 2 comments
  3. Auburn University officials give city council presentation on employee pay study
  4. RMC’s Second Tutu 2.2 Fun Run set for Thursday
  5. Children’s Harbor Thrift Store getting a new home
  6. 192 pounds of drugs turned in at Saturday event
  7. Former football star calls sexual assault allegations against him ‘ludicrous and false’
  8. Horizons Unlimited treated to a special classic jazz program
  9. Highway 63 paving continues into Elmore County


Generals search for first win against Elmore Co.

Generals search for first win against Elmore Co.

The Horseshoe Bend Generals will enter Friday’s game still in search of that elusive first win. After falling 28-14 in their homecoming game against Collinsville, ... Read more

  1. Coosa looks to keep winning momentum
  2. Dadeville looks to rebound with region win over Munford
  3. Galloway, Gus and a week of turmoil at AU

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Yogi’s words are ‘déjà vu all over again’

In light of all the shenanigans at City Hall, I think we could all use a little levity this weekend. And baseball icon Yogi Berra, ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Young: It’s time to limit mayor’s powers

To the City Council of Alexander City: Let me first say, I applaud your commitment and service to our city. Being a council member is ... Read more


OUR VIEW: A look back at the week’s winners and losers

THUMBS UP: The driving forces behind the current Lake Martin Area United Way funding campaign deserve a lot of credit for coming up with such ... Read more


HAVE A BUSINESS IDEA? MainStreet sponsors business competition to turn ‘entrepreneurial visions into realities’

If you have an idea for a business that proves to be the right fit for downtown Alexander City, but just need some help getting ... Read more