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State’s Pre-K Program recognized as the best

State’s Pre-K Program recognized as the best

Alabama’s state-funded voluntary First Class Pre-K program was named today one of the nation’s best for quality, according to the National Institute for Early Education ... Read more

USAmeriBank sets free shredding event

USAmeriBank is hosting a community shred day May 15 at its Mill Square location on Lee Street from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help ... Read more

‘THAT JOKER WAS COMING AT ME’: Gator shot in yard off Robinson Road

‘THAT JOKER WAS COMING AT ME’: Gator shot in yard off Robinson Road

Terrell Ransaw has high blood pressure and said he didn’t need the kind of excitement that 3-foot-long alligator created for him Wednesday evening. Ransaw was ... Read more

City schools say capital projects may be helped by new sales tax

With the Tallapoosa County Commission passing a 1-cent sales tax that will bring an estimated $1.4 into the Alexander City Schools’ coffers Superintendent Darrell Cooper ... Read more

County schools sign off on plan to build reserves first with sales tax

The Tallapoosa County Board of Education passed its financial improvement proposal Monday night that Superintendent Joe Windle submitted to the state April. “This relates to ... Read more

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  1. Memorial service for fallen officers Thursday
  2. Local DAV Chapter hosts Mobile Service Office stop
  3. Commissioners OK sales tax hike, with three-year condition
  4. Commissioners vote down Alex City request for Knight Road landfill
  5. An estimated 1,500 take part in local Relay for Life events
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