Victims in Friday night fatal crash identified

Victims in Friday night fatal crash identified

Authorities have confirmed that two local men lost their lives in a fatal accident Friday night on County Road 40 in Alexander City. At about ... Read more


Chamber names Boone Business Person of the Year, Treasurer Boozer praises community’s ‘call to action’

The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce used Friday’s Annual Meeting to celebrate. The Chamber not only celebrated some of the area’s best and brightest people ... Read more

  1. Police bust 3 counterfeit ring suspects
  2. Sheriff’s office makes arrest in lake area burglary
  3. Wellborn has $4 million day at Mecum’s Auction

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Dadeville Kiwanis hear Wickles Pickles story

By David Granger / The Outlook Between test tastes of wickedly delicious pickles, relish and pickled okra, the Dadeville Kiwanis Club heard the local success ... Read more

Tuggle to chair State Government Committee

By David Granger / The Outlook Rep. Mark Tuggle (R-Alexander City) was appointed Wednesday by Speaker Mike Hubbard (R-Auburn) as chairman of the Alabama House ... Read more

Historical finds delay Carlisle’s reopening by about three weeks

Historical finds delay Carlisle’s reopening by about three weeks

Carlisle Drug Company owners Lisa and Daniel Champion confirmed Thursday that the 100-year-old Alexander City business will be reopening soon, but just not as quickly ... Read more

Dog abuse suspect Patterson hit with 75-count indictment and returned to jail

A man who made headlines last summer after purebred collie show dogs left in his care were found dead and several others were found neglected ... Read more

Trio happy to be alive after river rescue

By Kevin Taylor / The Wetumpka Herald Coffee never looked so good in the hand of Rockford’s Elijah Phillips as it did Wednesday morning. Fishing ... Read more

  1. Move to bolster Georgia lake feared to be harmful to Lake Martin
  2. CACC’s Burrow proud that Obama touted community colleges
  3. Mandolin Cafe set to open Saturday
  4. Abbett sworn in for sixth time as sheriff
  5. City sets hearing on ‘island parcels,’ delays vote on sewer rehab agreement
  6. Investigators still looking for suspects in gunfire
  7. Shared information being used to help solve lake burglaries
  8. Skier’s Marine secures spot in Blue Creek area
  9. MLK speakers encourage people to help each other and make service a goal in life
  10. Council to call for hearing on annexation
  11. Police respond to shots fired near Cooper Rec Center
  12. Area to celebrate 25th MLK holiday
  13. Dollar General opens its new store on Highway 63
  14. Officials warn residents of income tax scams
  15. County to send out delinquent tax notices
  16. Deadline is Monday for Miss Outlook contestants
  17. Newly elected Revenue Commissioner Middlebrooks talks taxes with Kiwanis
  18. In Alexander City violent crime down, burglaries up in 2014
  19. School officials try to make sense of latest rankings
  20. Alabama Power waives permits for lake property owners ‘cleaning up’
  21. Wellborn prepares for auction of part of classic car collection
  22. Community mourns passing of Ronald Koon
  23. Officials seek public’s help wake of recent wave of burglaries around the lake
  24. Grad rates at BRHS show slow, steady increases


My deflated interest in the Patriots’ newest scandal

The new England Patriots are cheaters. What’s new? That was my reaction when ESPN’S Chris Mortensen reported that league sources told him that 11 of ... Read more

  1. Hutto signs with Central Alabama
  2. Carr commits to Gadsden State
  3. Home court advantage? Really?

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Candy can tell you a lot about people

Seeing all the festivals this weekend, costumes in stores and having to remember to pick up candy has Halloween on my mind. But no matter ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

To be a good friend is to forgive

Dear Editor: This letter is directed to Alexander City Mayor Charles Shaw, members of the City Council and the citizens of this city. Apparently what ... Read more


United Way kicks off with Pinewood Derby

Henry Foy has a good eye. See for yourself and stop by Emporium Wine in the next few weeks and take in the art exhibit ... Read more


Ukrainian children get American-style Christmas

Christmas came early this year for seven Ukrainian children visiting Lake Martin through Manifold Mercies’ orphan hosting program. The children, all from the town of ... Read more