Dadeville Piggly Wiggly to close its doors

Dadeville Piggly Wiggly to close its doors

A Dadeville institution that has served generations in the community will open its doors for the last time today as the Piggly Wiggly grocery store ... Read more


Miss Outlook activities begin tonight

Let the competition begin. The first round of competition for Miss Outlook 2015 is set for tonight at the Benjamin Russell High School Auditorium. The ... Read more

  1. Volunteer Connections helping with taxes, healthcare enrollment
  2. Mabry Cook a natural as Community Spirit winner
  3. Camp Hill to renew ad for utilities position

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City Council discusses sewer contract

Alexander City just thought it had gotten off easy when it agreed to pay a minor fine to the Environmental Protection Agency last August over ... Read more

Council to discuss sewer contract, possibly Yarn-Dye building’s future

A work session is planned for this afternoon at 3:30 as the Alexander City City Council will discuss two issues that have lingered since budget ... Read more

Septic issues force Bay Pines operators to walk away

Septic issues force Bay Pines operators to walk away

Lingering issues with a septic system have forced the couple that has operated the Bay Pines Marina for the last few years to walk away. ... Read more

Dadeville residents call for vicious dog rules

The Dadeville City Council again got an impassioned plea from property and dog owners in the Sandy Creek Estates Community, calling for a dangerous dog ... Read more

Officer of the Year Culligan wears uniform with pride

Officer of the Year Culligan wears uniform with pride

When Alexander City Police Department Brian Culligan gets ready to head to work each morning, he said that after five years he feels like pinching ... Read more

  1. Auction success puts Wellborn, Alex City on the ‘car world map’
  2. Local jobless numbers drop to 7-year low
  3. Co-workers lobbied for Jones to be 2014 EMT of the Year
  4. Same-sex marriage ruling not creating local buzz
  5. Miss Outlook’s from the past return for 2015 pageant
  6. Mother, boyfriend indicted in child molestation case
  7. Rheta Grimsley Johnson shares joys of writing in Alexander City
  8. Alexander City Police thwart church burglary
  9. Firefighter of the Year: Owens’ work ethic sets him apart
  10. Victims in Friday night fatal crash identified
  11. Chamber names Boone Business Person of the Year, Treasurer Boozer praises community’s ‘call to action’
  12. Police bust 3 counterfeit ring suspects
  13. Sheriff’s office makes arrest in lake area burglary
  14. Wellborn has $4 million day at Mecum’s Auction
  15. Dadeville Kiwanis hear Wickles Pickles story
  16. Tuggle to chair State Government Committee
  17. Historical finds delay Carlisle’s reopening by about three weeks
  18. Dog abuse suspect Patterson hit with 75-count indictment and returned to jail
  19. Trio happy to be alive after river rescue
  20. Move to bolster Georgia lake feared to be harmful to Lake Martin
  21. CACC’s Burrow proud that Obama touted community colleges
  22. Mandolin Cafe set to open Saturday
  23. Abbett sworn in for sixth time as sheriff
  24. City sets hearing on ‘island parcels,’ delays vote on sewer rehab agreement


Youth baseball, softball registration begins Feb. 5

The start of the youth baseball and softball seasons for Alexander City are approaching, as registration will begin next week. Youth baseball and softball registration ... Read more

  1. Wildcats focusing on the fundamentals in first practices of 2015
  2. Remembering a dying fan’s lifetime dream come true
  3. Wildcats fall 49-46 to Auburn in final seconds

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Remembering a dying fan’s lifetime dream come true

By Joe McAdory / Outlook Sports Columnist Some might say Hal Creary was lucky. After all, the man from tiny Burns, Tennessee, was given tickets ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Prayer is the only way to help nation ‘out of all this mess’

Dear Editor: In reference to the last exceptional letter of Margaret Aldridge, how true her words are. Life as she spoke of won’t happen on ... 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