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Beware of Alex City Rescue Squad door-to-door fundraiser

Alexander City Outlook

Date: 10/25/2016 5:31:00 AM

Most recently, the rescue squad has added a river rescue team, which uses kayaks for better access to the Tallapoosa River. It is also working on getting a mile-marker system on the river to help with locating those on the river. What the organization

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Record low water levels hurt business on Tallapoosa River

The Anniston Star

Date: 10/24/2016 11:14:00 PM

HEFLIN — Just off Alabama 46, down a hill and past a small building topped with a canoe, the Tallapoosa River’s bed is flowing between rocks and sandbars usually hidden by its water. A drought has ushered in record-low flows on the river and made it

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Man died 'horror-movie' death from flesh-eating bacteria


Date: 10/22/2016 2:46:00 PM

The Snellville, Ga., native was injured when a zip line that she was riding broke and plunged her into the Little Tallapoosa River, giving her a gash on her leg. • Vibriosis. Vibrio vulnificus bacteria that live in coastal waters cause this type of

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Alabama’s Oldest Mill Appears to be Total Loss After Fire

Insurance Journal

Date: 10/19/2016 9:52:00 PM

The building appears to be a total loss. AL.com reports Butler’s Mill was originally built on the banks of the Tallapoosa River in the early 1800s. New owners renovated the building and reopened it as a restaurant earlier this year in Graham, a few miles

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Butler's Mill burns to ground

The Randolph Leader

Date: 10/19/2016 7:30:00 PM

Saddening, sickening and still smoldering, Butler's Mill is now a heap of ashes and metal sliding toward the Little Tallapoosa River at Graham. The fire was reported at about 7:20 p.m. on Monday. The restaurant was not open on Mondays, so no one was there

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The Tallapoosa River runs 265 miles from the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains in Georgia, in the United States, southward and westward into Alabama. It is formed by the confluence of McClendon Creek and Mud Creek in Paulding County, Georgia. Lake Martin at Alexander City, Alabama is a large and popular water recreation area formed by a dam on the river. The Tallapoosa joins the Coosa River about 10 miles northeast of Montgomery near Wetumpka (in Elmore County) to form the Alabama River.
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