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Knox, Igbinoghene lead Huskies to No. 3 finish

By Erik Harris BIRMINGHAM – Head coach David Dobbs and buy xenical online the Hewitt-Trussville track and field team put an end to the indoor season with a strong performance at the AHSAA Indoor State Championships on Saturday. His boys finished the meet at No. 3 behind No. 2 Hoover and No. 1 Auburn. In girls competition, the Huskies came through at No. 11 with Hoover claiming the top prize. [caption id="attachment_28543" ali ...

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School board requests money from Education Trust Fund for construction project

by Dale Jones Editor [caption id="attachment_28536" align="alignleft" width="206"] Trussville City Schools[/caption] The Trussville City Schools Board of Education held a called meeting on Monday to request $695,000 from the Cialis from india Education Trust Fund. The funds will be used for a portion of Magnolia Elementary School construction project not covered in the base bid. According to the agreement between the school ...

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Summer looking brighter and safer in Pinson

By Lee Weyhrich Staff Writer [caption id="attachment_28532" align="alignleft" width="145"] Summer concert series will brighten the days of Pinson residents in 2016[/caption] Pinson City Council unanimously accepted a proposal to offer free summer concerts this season. Councilwoman Joy McCain made the motion to schedule two or three bands to play at the new park this coming summer. The total cost to the city ...

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Clay-Chalkville slips on senior night

From staff reports CLAY -- Clay-Chalkville came up a little short on senior night, falling to Oak Mountain by a count of 52-45. Seniors Tyler Pride, Ahkari Thompson, Eddie Cole and Josh Moore were all honored on Friday night. [caption id="attachment_28117" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville's Jalen Jordan in transition. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The Eagles took a 43-41 lead with six minutes ...

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Girls hoops: Cougars wrap up regular season with easy win

From staff reports CLAY – Clay-Chalkville girl’s basketball team ran out to a big lead and never looked back, knocking off Oak Mountain, 46-24, on Senior Night on Friday.   [caption id="attachment_27716" align="alignleft" width="200"] Clay-Chalkville guard Summer Pettway. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] The Lady Cougars scored the first six points of the game and led 19-4 after the No prescription cialis first quarter, thanks ...

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Clay freshman win final game of season

From staff reports CLAY – The Clay-Chalkville freshman boys basketball team picked up a 53-38 win over Oak Mountain on Friday night, in the team’s final contest of the season.   Chance Armstrong stole the show, scoring a team-high 20 points in the game.   The Cougars surged ahead with a 14-2 run to bridge the first and Generic viagra sale second quarters and held onto the lead for the rest of the contest.   Devi ...

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Pinson Valley releases 2016 football schedule

By Erik Harris PINSON – With a new region to navigate, the Pinson Valley football team has revealed its 2016 schedule. For the next two seasons head coach Matt Glover and his Indians will compete in Class 6A, Region 6: Clay-Chalkville, Minor, Walker, Center Point, Gardendale and Carver (Birmingham). [caption id="attachment_24269" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pinson Valley running back Torrey Hendrix. Phot ...

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Clay-Chalkville releases 2016 football schedule

By Erik Harris CLAY – The Clay-Chalkville football team has released its 2016 football schedule. After reaching its second consecutive Class 6A state championship game last season, Clay-Chalkville will attempt to keep a 15-game home winning streak alive in the season opener against Florence on Aug. 19. The Cougars will finish August with a road test at Bessemer City on the 26th. [caption id="attachment_2512 ...

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Six suspects caught following robbery at Clay supermarket

From Staff Reports Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together to capture six suspects following a robbery in the parking lot of Publix on Old Springville Road in Clay last night. Around 9:15, an adult female walking to her car was robbed at gunpoint by two females who took the victim’s purse, fleeing in a gold Ford [caption id="attachment_2408" align="alignleft" width="300"] All suspects caught follo ...

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New rules and buy levitra online rates established for Pinson parks

by Lee Weyhrich Staff Writer With input from Pinson Parks director Mike Sullivan, the Pinson City Council has passed a resolution establishing rates and rules for Bicentennial Park, the community center and the party room at the park. Rules and rates for the splash pad have been tabled for a future meeting. [caption id="attachment_27228" align="alignleft" width="248"] New rules and rates have been establish ...

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