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Deputies catch man in ski mask breaking into vending machine

From Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY --When a Jefferson County sheriff's deputy spotted a suspicious vehicle at a car wash, he stopped to investigate. What he found led to the arrest of James Russell Moore, 25, of McCalla. Just before 3:30 a.m., the deputy notice a van parked at a self-service car wash in the 5000 block of McAdory School Road with no one around. Upon investigation, the dep ...

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Trussville Workers Deserve a Voice in the Upcoming Legislative Session

By Senator Slade Blackwell, Guest Opinion The Alabama Department of Labor’s recent job report showed an increase in our state’s employment rates. Trussville was recently recognized as one of Alabama’s most liveable areas, and its economy and Levitra without prescription job market reflect that. In terms of iron and steel production, Alabama was once a thriving region compared to our foreign competitors, and a large portion of the No prescription levitra Truss ...

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Deputies shutdown Jefferson County gambling operation

From Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY --Investigators for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office teamed with the district attorney and representatives from the state attorney general's office to execute a search warrant on a Forestdale business on Saturday morning. According to a statement released by JCSO, "Just after 11 am on Saturday, a search warrant was executed at an electronic bingo c ...

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Trussville woman on Jeffco sheriff’s ‘Most Wanted’ list

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --A Trussville area woman is on the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted list charged with two counts of distributing controlled substances. [caption id="attachment_28091" align="alignleft" width="225"] Christy Fair. Photo via the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office[/caption] Christy Fair, 38, of the 400 block of Madison Street, Trussville, is a white ...

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Authorities seek man with Trussville ties

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama have posted information seeking the whereabouts of James Matthews Vines, 36, who is suspected of theft and wanted for failure to appear on burglary charges. [caption id="attachment_28086" align="alignleft" width="225"] James Matthews Vines. Photo via Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama[/caption]   The suspect is described as ...

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Numbers, map, Huffman push Huskies north into new region

By The Trussville Tribune staff TRUSSVILLE -Every two years the Discount prescription viagra Alabama High School Athletic Association goes through the process of reclassification and region assignment. It is an exercise based entirely on two factors. Enrollment numbers and map location. Those were the sole factors that led the AHSAA  to assign Hewitt-Trussville High School to Region 4 where it will be one of only two teams not located ...

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High winds a take toll in Trussville, Pinson

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE The National Weather Service in Birmingham has placed Jefferson and St. Clair counties under a a wind advisory until noon on Saturday, and the high wind gusts were already causing damage in the local area by late Friday night. [caption id="attachment_28065" align="alignleft" width="300"] Vehicle damage in Trussville came when high winds blew down a tree limb. ...

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State troopers offer safety tips for driving in winter weather

Submitted content MONTGOMERY – Winter weather precipitation forecasted for portions of Alabama today, and throughout the weekend, may cause icy roads and Discount viagra sale hazardous driving conditions.  During this time, the public will see more Alabama State Troopers – including those assigned to the Marine Patrol Division – as well as Agents with the State Bureau of Investigation’s Agricultural and Rural Crimes Unit (ARCU) ...

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TCS superintendent addresses chamber

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE --Dr. Pattie Neill, Superintendent of Trussville City Schools, was the featured speaker at the cheapest viagra online Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) monthly luncheon on Thursday, sponsored by the Trussville City Schools Foundation. Dr. Neill shared information on the school system’s recent accreditation. The process, she said, focused on the impact of teaching and learning, ...

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Friday Weather Update: Here’s what to expect

From Trussville Tribune staff reports Friday morning starts with rain that will be heavy at times and you may hear some thunder.  Temperatures will start out in the high 40s or low 50s and fall throughout the day. At noon on Friday, Jefferson and St. Clair counties will be under a winter weather advisory along with most of north Alabama that will last until 6 a.m. on Saturday. This means 1/4 to 2 inches of ...

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