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Loss Of A Legend: Weather forecaster, Trussville resident J.B. Elliott has died

Special to The Trussville Tribune By James Spann Publisher's note --Longtime weather forecaster and Levitra without prescription Trussville resident J.B. Elliott died on Monday at the age of 82. The following appears in The Trussville Tribune with permission from James Spann and Alabamawx.com When J.B.’s son Steve broke the news to me this afternoon, it almost took my breath away. Yes, we all know J.B.’s heath was failing, but I don’t ...

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Charles T. Howard

Charles T. Howard, “Charlie”, age 82 of Trussville, AL passed away on May 9, 2015. He attended Faith Community Church. He was a veteran of the Discount prescription viagra U.S. Army. He owned and retired from Birmingham’s Vermeer Equipment Dealership after 35 years of service, where he received the top dealership award for 1992 and he also owned Howard Rental, LLC. He was an avid Alabama Fan and was very proud of his Bama Room and he a ...

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Gunman in devil mask sentenced to 25 years for crime spree in Clay, Grayson Valley

By Scott Buttram BIRMINGHAM -- Jamey Lee Matthews, 41, of Remlap was sentenced to 25 years in prison after terrorizing northeast Jefferson County, including Clay and Grayson Valley, in a series of armed robberies in October 2012. Matthews wore a devil mask and brandished a gun when he robbed Tyner's Pharmacy in Grayson Valley and Discount viagra sale Winn Dixie and Rogers in Clay in October of 2012. The two Clay businesses were ...

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Garrett introduces bill to halt political contributions from gambling interests

Special to The Tribune MONTGOMERY --Representative Danny Garrett (R-Trussville) today introduced a bill to the Alabama House of Representatives that would make it illegal for a gambling interest, or a person or agent acting on behalf of a gambling interest, to make contributions to a political candidate’s campaign or to a Political Action Committee.  Such contributions are permitted under current Alabama la ...

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North Chalkville wreck sends 1 to hospital

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE --A two vehicle crash on North Chalkville Road during rush hour sent one man to the hospital Tuesday morning. [caption id="attachment_21593" align="alignleft" width="300"] Wreck on North Chalkville injures one man on Tuesday morning.Photo by Scott Buttram[/caption] Assistant fire chief Tim Shotts said a pickup truck and motorcycle collided near the entrance to the Kmart shopping ...

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Trussville ends contract with probation service, replaces motorcycles

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE --The Trussville city council approved several purchases last week including $23,798 for two Harley Davidson motorcycles to replace the current bikes used by the traffic division of the police department. One had been damaged in a wreck and the other had reached the cheapest viagra online end of service. The motorcycle that is still operational will be declared as surplus and sold. [caption id="attachm ...

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Missing 75-year-old man found safe in Mississippi

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM --The Jefferson County sheriff's office is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of 75-year-old Timothy Eugene Rich who was last seen visiting friends in Pinson on Sunday evening.   The friends said Rich was with them at their home on Chestnut Lane near Pinson until about 8:15 p.m.when he left for his home in Pell City. He never made it back to his home, according ...

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WIAT: Trussville man charged with criminal use of pepper spray

From staff reports Megan Miller of WIAT reported that a Trussville man had been booked at the Shelby County jail on Thursday following an April 22 incident at a Hoover doctor's office. According to the television station, Charles Sherron Liles, 57, demanded to see a doctor without an appointment. Liles allegedly became belligerent and sprayed a person in the face with pepper spray. He continued to spray the ...

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UAB treating man for flesh-eating bacteria

By Scott Buttram and Gary Lloyd BIRMINGHAM -- A man is being treated at UAB after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria following a baseball game in Trussville, according to a report from al.com. Necrotizing fasciitis is a serious bacterial skin infection that spreads quickly and No prescription levitra kills the body's soft tissue, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Accurate diagnosis, prompt treatment wit ...

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Winn-Dixie in Trussville hosting job fair Thursday

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Winn-Dixie in Trussville, located at 465 Main St., is looking to fill all store positions. This Thursday, April 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the store will hold a job fair to accept applications and conduct on-site interviews. Winn-Dixie is recruiting for all positions including cashiers, baggers, deli, bakery, grocery, dairy, meat and seafood departments. The grocer hopes to ...

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