We all struggle from time to time.
Bill Nichols State Veterans Home earned a silver medal from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living this week for its quality in home care.
Every newspaper is criticized for something. Unfortunately, the media is trusted less today than it was many years ago. It’s something The Outlook strives to overcome.
While we hope it never has to go into action, the Alexander City and Tallapoosa County Rescue Squad should make the area proud for the part its members played in retrieving the bodies of two men killed in a boating crash in Elmore County on July 4.
There have been some tragic headlines in our newspaper this week, and it’s never easy to digest tragedies so big where lives are lost and ones that happened so unexpectedly.
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There won’t be much sun the first few days of the annual Sun Festival in Alexander City but don’t let that deter you — the rain is expected to move out by Monday and the majority of the nine-day series of events should enjoy favorable weather.
On Monday, Mamie’s Place Children’s Library hosted its summer reading program kickoff with entertainers Gutsy the Flying Fox and clown duo Skin & Bones. While the program just started for the year, registration is open through Friday.
We send our children to school to better themselves but now that school is out what are we going to do to make sure they are constantly improving and growing?
Summer weather started early here in Alabama and we’re sure you can feel it as soon as you walk outdoors. With the temperature staying in the 90s this week with no chance of rain, it’s best to learn some summer heat safety tips for everyone wanting to be outside.
Dramatic change for the better is in the works for Alexander City Schools with superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford’s call for a new $40 million high school, the crown jewel of the system’s capital plan.
Monday marks Memorial Day, the day to remember our veterans who have fallen in battle throughout history. For most, it’s a day off from work and the start of the summer, but we should remember it as more.
National Nurses Week is celebrated May 6-12 each year while National Teacher Appreciation Week is May 6-10, but nurses and teachers both deserve much more than a week of recognition.
Children were focused on Friday making either a robot follow in a straight line or making Kinex parts move at Edward Bell Career Technical Center. A showcase for the Tallapoosa County robotics gifted program was held where students got to show their parents what they have been working on sin…
Trees and brush around Alexander City’s new municipal complex have been cleared and hauled away in recent weeks and work will continue for several more weeks, according to public works department director Gerard Brewer.
In the April 20 edition of The Outlook, we wrote about Dr. Beverly Price recently getting appointed as deputy superintendent of the Alexander City School System.