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FROM CHIEF P.K. JOHNSON MILLBROOK POLICE DEPARTMENT On Saturday, October 8, 2022, the Millbrook Police Department will host its 12th. Editor’s Note: This article combines reports from both meetings. By Tatum Northington Elmore/Autauga News The Autauga and Elmore County Boards. FROM GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY ATLANTA, GA (09/28/2022)– More than...
ATLANTA, GA (09/28/2022)– More than 2,000 students graduated from Georgia State University during the Summer 2022 semester. Summer 2022 graduates from your coverage area include:. Bisola Adediji of Montgomery (36116) earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Prital Patel of Prattville (36066) earned a Master of Business Administration...
Editor’s Note: This article combines reports from both meetings. The Autauga and Elmore County Boards of Education met over the last few weeks to discuss their budgets for the 2023 fiscal year while also discussing promising new ideas and more. Both boards received the “Pete Taylor Award,” as a part of the Maxwell River Region Education Partnership. Both boards also approved personnel actions while discussing facilities updates and more. As always, meetings of the board are open to the public. If you would like to be more involved you can see the Autauga BOE schedule here and the Elmore BOE schedule here.
PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN CRUISERS CHAPTER 46 (LOST HIGHWAY CHAPTER) Oct. 1 will be the Memorial Scholarship Run, Chili Cook-Off and live music event in memory of Kyle “Kyken” Kennedy. First up is the Poker Run which begins at the American Legion Post 133 of Millbrook. It will end...
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Beat the Streets, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, was created with the purpose is to provide prevention and recovery resource awareness to adults and children impacted by addiction in the Central Alabama Region. An inaugural program was held Saturday, with big crowds and perfect weather. Beat the Streets focus...
UPDATED with new information from Sheriff Bill Franklin and witnesses. A Wetumpka man was arrested Monday night during the Holtville Middle School junior varsity Homecoming game, after allegedly streaking through parts of town, and then attempting to run onto the field. According to Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin, he talked to the suspect who reportedly told him, “Holtville lost a lot of school spirit during COVID and I was just trying to bring some of that back.”
On Saturday, October 8, 2022, the Millbrook Police Department will host its 12th annual Cops and Kids Day at Village Green Park from 9 AM until 2:00 PM. This event is geared toward children from 3 to 16 years of age, but all are welcome. T-shirts will be provided for the first 950 children to register at the event. There will be plenty of fun, food, and games during the event, at no charge, while our young people get an opportunity to interact with our local police officers, firefighters and other public safety officials.
On Thursday, September 29 at 4 p.m., the Autauga County Extension Office will be presenting a topic to the public that some might not see the gravity of discussing, yet many understand just how big the problem is. The program entitled, Wild Pig Management: Beyond the Basics, will bring an...
Millbrook’s annual Christmas events will have a Whoville theme; Tree lighting Dec.1 and Parade Dec. 3
The Millbrook Spirit of Christmas Committee, led by Chairwoman Kathy Kelley, has announced plans for this year’s celebrations. This year’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting (complete with guaranteed snow) will be at 6 p.m. Dec.1 at Village Green Park. The annual Parade will be held Dec.3 at 2 p.m. from the Smokehouse Barbecue to Village Green Park. For parade day, there will be plenty of food and other vendors at the park for some Christmas shopping from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand for FREE photos with the kids, thanks to Valley Bank and Barry Chrietzburg Photography.
Do you know about our Tail’s End Thrift Store co-located with our Shelter at 255 Central Plank Road, Wetumpka, AL? As a non-profit organization fund-raising is at the top of our priorities so that we can continue our mission to help the 4000 animals that come through our doors each year. Our 100% Volunteer run Thrift Store is a vital asset and our single largest fund-raising activity. The store is open for shopping Thu, Fri & Sat’s from 9-3 and you might be amazed at what you can find there.