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Former Trussville principal to run for mayor

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – There’s a new runner in the Generic viagra sale race to become Trussville’s next Mayor, and he took a quick first step at his announcement on Monday morning at Veterans Memorial in Civitan Park in Trussville. With dozens of local leaders, friends and buy xenical online family looking on, Anthony Montalto, a Trussville resident for 28 years, outlined his vision for the city he knows so well. If elected, Montalto wo ...

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Four Cougars update recruitment

By Erik Harris CLAY – It’s been a busy Monday for the Clay-Chalkville football program. The Cougars have started the week with three seniors making college commitments while another received his first offer. [caption id="attachment_28106" align="alignleft" width="300"] Clay-Chalkville running back Brandon Berry pulls in a pass from Ty Pigrome last summer. Photo by Erik Harris[/caption] Offensive tackle Cole ...

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Trussville man granted bond in murder case, victim’s family outraged

From staff reports Trussville resident Jonathan Burns, who has been charged with capital murder in the slaying of Kenneth Erwin Scott, has been granted a $50,000 bond while his case is pending, and Scott’s family is not happy about it. [caption id="attachment_27364" align="alignleft" width="239"] Jonathan Burns Photo courtesy of Jefferson County Jail[/caption] According to AL.com, Scott’s family stormed out ...

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Montalto to run for Mayor of Trussville

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – There’s a new runner in the race to become Trussville’s next Mayor, and he took a quick first step at his announcement on Monday morning at Veterans Memorial in Civitan Park in Trussville. [caption id="attachment_28099" align="alignleft" width="200"] Anthony Montalto announcing his plans to run for Mayor in 2016. submitted photo[/caption] With dozens of local leaders, friends ...

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Huskies stung by Area 6

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – On the final day of Class 7A, Area 6 competition, Hewitt-Trussville fell at the hands of Mountain Brook in boys and girls action on Saturday in Bryant Bank Arena. [caption id="attachment_27688" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussville coach Marcus Thomas during the Huskies Class 7A, Area 6 opener. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Mountain Brook claimed the girls’ game b ...

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Jaison Williams commits

By Erik Harris TRUSSVILLE – Hewitt-Trussville’s senior defensive end, Jaison Williams, has now made a verbal commitment to play college football. The relentless pass rusher made public his decision on Friday night, via Twitter. [caption id="attachment_24837" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussville’s Jaison Williams (8) and Bailey McElwain (7) before the Gardendale game. Photo by Kristi Slawson.[/ca ...

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Bowling: Three area teams qualify for State Championships

From staff reports TUSCALOOSA – The inaugural Alabama High School Athletics Association State Bowling Championships are officially set, and three local teams have qualified for the 16-team field scheduled to do battle next week in Pelham. Both the buy levitra online Hewitt-Trussville boys and girls teams punched their ticket to the upcoming dance with strong performances at the North Regional Bowling Championships on Thursday ...

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Hewitt-Trussville sophomore chooses Auburn

By Erik Harris TRUSSVILLE – He’s only a sophomore in high school, but Hewitt-Trussville pitcher Carson Skipper is already making big plans for his future. [caption id="attachment_28059" align="alignleft" width="200"] Carson Skipper (center) has verbally committed to play Baseball at Auburn University. Submitted photo[/caption] Hewitt-Trussville head coach Jeff Mauldin looks for Skipper to log some big innin ...

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Pinson sidewalk project completed, city assumes ownership

By Lee Weyhrich Staff writer PINSON -- The sidewalk project at Innsbrooke, near the Pinson Valley High School, has been completed and the Pinson City Council accepted ownership Thursday. The project was funded by the Alabama Department of No prescription cialis Transportation's ‘Safe Routes to School’ grant, but ownership, and maintenance of the sidewalk had to be transferred to the city. The project was 100 percent grant funded, ...

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Hewitt basketball games postponed

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Friday night’s Class 7A, Area 6 basketball games between Hewitt-Trussville and Mountain Brook have been pushed back to Saturday, due to the possibility of weather issues. Both the varsity and junior varsity girls will now battle the Spartans at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Ninth-grade and junior varsity boys are scheduled to play at 2 p.m. Varsity boys will take the Cialis from india floor at 3:30 ...

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