Artist clarifies plan for arts center

Artist clarifies plan for arts center

Clay Greer hopes that people will give him a second chance to make a good first impression. Greer is the 23-year-old artist who owns a ... Read more

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Former Councill administrators face indictments

Two former Councill Middle School administrators have been indicted by a Tallapoosa County Grand Jury. Melanie McKinney, who served as principal at the school since ... Read more

  1. Lake Martin Living Art Contest nearing deadline
  2. Benjamin Russell’s ‘Weatherman Will’ gets surprise visitor
  3. City school passes ‘in the black’ budget

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Victim in Friday drowning identified by authorities

Officials have identified the victim of a Friday night drowning and said that pre-existing health conditions may have contributed to his death. Jim Lovell, 74, ... Read more

Council approves annexation to complete Aprinta’s move to area

Five parcels in the former Russell complex that have been purchased by Aprinta Group LLC are now inside the city limits. The Alexander City City ... Read more

Bentley sworn in as chief probate clerk

Bentley sworn in as chief probate clerk

The Tallapoosa County Probate Office swore in a new chief probate clerk Friday. Page Bentley was sworn in as chief probate clerk Friday by Probate ... Read more

MainStreet plans for its second ‘Chairish Alexander City’

MainStreet plans for its second ‘Chairish Alexander City’

By Savannah Harrison / Outlook Staff Writer MainStreet Alexander City invites individuals and businesses to get creative and get involved with the promotion of the ... Read more

Slaughter convicted in 2011 murder of 6-year old Eclectic girl

An Elmore County jury took about an hour and a half to return a guilty verdict Friday afternoon in the capital murder trial of Stalandous ... Read more

  1. Man drowns in Lake Martin
  2. Red Cross cuts staff, not services
  3. Hospital business office moves to new location
  4. Hackneyville breaks ground on firehouse
  5. New virus strain causing concern with health officials
  6. County schools approve tight, ‘no fat’ budget
  7. ‘Let’s go to school’ invites community to school for a day
  8. Resident pushes for recycling over landfill
  9. Monthly electronic recycling program celebrates milestone
  10. ARISE answers the call for those in need of transportation
  11. Dadeville High hosts peer mediation classes
  12. County Board of Education to hold budget hearing
  13. City school board weighs ‘tight’ budget
  14. UNITED WAY AGENCIES: Boys and Girls Club aims to fill needs of youth
  15. New Site delays decision on request for help with softball building
  16. Dadeville makes no progress on zoning board formation
  17. Clean Lake Martin Community organizing November cleanup
  18. Strange talks gambling, election and state law
  19. Ethics Commission investigates complaint over city spending
  20. ‘Halfway house for artists’ clears one zoning hurdle
  21. County school board hears of budgets, transfer and vandalism
  22. County to now charge more to house inmates
  23. BUSTED: Investigators raid 2 pot grow houses
  24. St. James Episcopal to remember “Bussy” Mitchell

Sports

Lady Generals down Fayetteville

Before the season began, Horseshoe Bend coach Alison Franklin had high expectations for the attacking game of the Lady Generals volleyball team. Read more

  1. Cougars look to ‘grow up’ at Randolph Co.
  2. Lady Tigers fall in area opener vs. Elmore Co.
  3. Snyder, Kansas State not to be underestimated

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Time to build some magic in Alex City

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Letters to the Editor

Make your feelings known on sales tax increase

Dear Editor, On Monday Aug. 4, the City Council will meet to hammer out details on a matter that will impact all of Alexander City ... Read more

Blogs

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

Lifestyles

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

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