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From Tribune Digital Media TRUSSVILLE --Couldn't score a ticket or make it to the Hewitt-Trussville graduation at Husky Stadium on Tuesday night? Or maybe you were there and want to watch it again. Either way, check the video below for the ceremony. Tribune Digital Media is powered by Trussville Gas and Water [box type="info"][/box] ...

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Pedestrian struck, killed on Pinson Valley Parkway

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY --Just after 4:30 a.m. on Monday, deputies were called to the 2800 block of Alabama Highway 79 north of Tarrant to investigate a report of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle. They arrived to find an adult female victim. She was pronounced dead on the scene. Sergeant Jack Self said information on the scene is that the woman and a man were walking in th ...

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2 shot in Birmingham park

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM --An 11-year-old boy and an adult man were shot in a Birmingham park on Sunday afternoon, police said. The adult victim was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital with a gunshot wound to the shoulder. Officers are investigating the shooting at Grayson Park where they say the shooter is still at large. [caption id="attachment_31514" align="alignleft" width="300"] ...

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Champs! Huskies blank Auburn for state baseball championship

By David Knox   MONTGOMERY -- No doubt about it -- Huskies rule! The Hewitt-Trussville Huskies rode their dominant pitching, daring baserunning, solid defense and clutch hitting to one final win -- a 2-0 victory over Auburn High Saturday at Riverwalk Stadium in the Class 7A baseball championship series. It is the Huskies' first state baseball championship. Cameron Furr picked up on the mound where seri ...

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Skipper pitches, Morrow hits Huskies to Game 1 win in state finals

By David Knox Sports Editor   MONTGOMERY -- Auburn High ace lefty Andrew Naismith hadn't allowed a hit through four innings against Hewitt-Trussville. But the Huskies had battled, working deep into counts, getting some walks -- but not breaking through for a hit or a run. But with the game tied 0-0 in the fifth, the Huskies scratched out an infield hit, worked a couple of walks and then Keegan Morrow d ...

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Train strands Trussville Springs residents, again

By Scott Buttram publisher TRUSSVILLE --The lack of a permanent entrance to the Trussville Springs neighborhood continues to plague residents. Friday morning, a train was blocking the only available entrance between the subdivision and U.S. Highway 11 at 5 a.m.  Residents remained stranded until a temporary entrance was opened by Trussville Fire and Rescue at 7 a.m. [caption id="attachment_26329" align="ali ...

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Miscues mar Huskies’ strong spring effort

By David Knox Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Hewitt-Trussville Huskies arguably won the line of scrimmage on offense and defense. They won the kicking game. And some newcomers, in the absence of several key players who are still in baseball uniforms, won a closer look for fall playing time. But if the scoreboard matters, Minor took home the victory over the homestanding Huskies, 26-20 in the spring football ...

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Gunshot victim transported from Pinson Valley Parkway

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM --A man who is believed to have been shot in the area of 41st Street North has been transported to UAB hospital, according to Birmingham police. The victim was transported from a Texaco service station on the Pinson Valley Parkway.  No arrest has been made at this time and police continue to search for the gunman. The shooting remains under investigation. ...

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Driver’s license renewals are back at county courthouse in Center Point

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTER POINT --Jefferson County Commissioner Joe Knight said driver's license renewals have resumed at the county courthouse in Center Point. "We've been working on this for a long time," Knight said. "Everything was tested last week and the equipment checked out fine, so we're ready to go." Jefferson County officials were forced to close the satellite offices in 20 ...

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