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So many fish… So little time! Another short season for private anglers

By DAVID RAINER Alabama Department of Conservation and buy xenical online Natural Resources If regional management of No prescription cialis the red snapper fishery in the Generic viagra sale Gulf of Mexico is going to be realized any time soon, it’s apparently not going to be through the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council. The Gulf Council met recently in Orange Beach, Ala., and Amendment 39, which has to do with regional management, was tabled after it lost s ...

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Huskies lose offensive coordinator Austin Tucker to Auburn

By David Knox Austin Tucker, who has served as Hewitt-Trussville High’s offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, is leaving to become a graduate assistant at Auburn University. [caption id="attachment_3382" align="alignleft" width="227"] Hewitt-Trussville offensive coordinator Austin Tucker headed to Auburn Universtiy[/caption] HTHS head football coach Josh Floyd announced the news via his Twitter ac ...

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Hewitt’s season ends in area tournament 

By Kyle Parmley/Cahaba Sun HOOVER -- Spain Park put four players in double figures, as the Jags knocked off Hewitt-Trussville, 73-47, in the first round of the Class 7A, Area 6 Tournament on Thursday night. [caption id="attachment_28647" align="alignleft" width="200"] Josh Monski in Bryant Bank Arena. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The top-seeded Jags are the host of the tournament, and took hold of a 13-po ...

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Valentine’s Day still stresses me out

by Dale Jones Editor Even as I type this, there are men all over Trussville, Clay and Pinson frantically trying to figure out one of life’s more difficult questions – “What should I get my significant other for Valentine’s Day?” Yes, the day is upon us once again, and men everywhere are struggling to be creative. Long gone are the days where guys like me could go with the standard flowers and candy and get ...

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Guidelines in place for downtown Trussville business district

by Dale Jones  Editor Trussville City Council members voted unanimously on Tuesday in favor of a downtown overlay zoning ordinance that will help guide the buy levitra online direction of development in the downtown business district. Visions for the direction of the downtown redevelopment effort began several years ago in a meeting at the Trussville Civic Center where hundreds of citizens met to discuss developing a master p ...

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Reflections on 50 years of Southern Living – Trussville’s John Floyd embodies the qualities his magazine represented

by Kris Robinette For The Tribune [caption id="attachment_28627" align="alignleft" width="300"] “A lot of people don’t’ realize that the South has really (gone from) in 1966 being a sort of an impoverished part of the country to being the number one economic driver in the country. And really in a matter of thirty years. And that’s an amazing thing that happened." -photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Picking up a ...

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Hewitt-Trussville girls come back to upset Spain Park

By Kyle Parmley/Cahaba Sun Hewitt-Trussville's girls basketball team pulled off an upset of Spain Park in the Class 7A, Area 6 Tournament on Tuesday night. The second-seeded Jags fell victim to a 12-3 burst from the Huskies in the fourth quarter, as Hewitt-Trussville took the lead for good early in the final period. [caption id="attachment_28570" align="alignleft" width="200"] Hewitt-Trussville's Gabby Hill ...

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Jett Pep gets raided by masked villains

From staff reports According to Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama, a Jett Pep gas station on Old Springville Road was raided over the Cialis from india weekend. [caption id="attachment_28560" align="alignleft" width="200"] Image via Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama[/caption] On Saturday, video surveillance at the Jett Pep store showed unknown suspects making forced entry into the business by busting out a portion of the block w ...

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Birmingham police officer charged with domestic violence in Trussville

From Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE - Over the weekend, a Birmingham police officer, who resides in Trussville, was charged with third-degree domestic violence at a residence on the 400 block of Linden Street. [caption id="attachment_28552" align="alignleft" width="300"] Adam Voss photo via Trussville Police[/caption] Trussville Police Captain Jeff Bridges said Officer Adam Voss, 36, was arrested around 2 a.m. Sa ...

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Go Fund Me account set up for 9-year-old victim’s family

From Staff Reports Family members and friends are mourning the loss of 9-year-old Kimberly “Kimi” Reylander of Irondale who was shot Saturday afternoon. [caption id="attachment_28548" align="alignleft" width="212"] Kimberly "Kimi" Reylander[/caption] According to Irondale police, Kimberly was accidentally shot in the head by her 3-year-old brother inside their home on Monroe Drive. She was transported to Ch ...

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