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Pinson native wins prestigious scholarship

By Edwin Smith Special to The Tribune OXFORD, Miss. – A Pinson native and no prescription viagra  University of buy cialis Mississippi student majoring in Arabic is the recipient of a prestigious Boren Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. [caption id="attachment_24277" align="alignleft" width="200"] Fuller won the prestigious Boren Scholarship and will study Arabic in Jordan next year.[/caption] Corey Fuller will study the languag ...

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Parrish: McMansion vs. Tiny House

By Dave Parrish For The Trussville Tribune While for decades the thought "bigger is better" has ruled, it looks like the tide may well be turning in the Discount pill viagra real estate industry. This change in trend is being brought about by two very different groups: Baby Boomers and Millennials. The Tiny House Movement has caught the imagination of these two outwardly dissimilar groups due to many shared realities as well as ...

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Sources: Joe Hudson pulls out of Pinson deal

From staff reports PINSON -- An ongoing feud involving whether or not to allow Joe Hudson's Collision Center to build on a vacant city lot is likely over. According to sources close to the situation, the business has pulled out of the deal, likely due to negative publicity. At the last council meeting, the council voted to table a vote on incentives for the business to build on the property, but that vote w ...

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Palmer: Middle East nuclear arms race on horizon

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- U.S. Representative Gary Palmer (R - Hoover) spoke at the monthly Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday. Palmer recently returned from Israel, where he and other American leaders met with region leaders to get a better understanding on the Iran nuclear weapons deal. [caption id="attachment_24244" align="alignleft" width="167"] Rep. Gary Palmer[/caption] P ...

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Impact Team hackers release Ashley Madison list

From staff reports In July, the Trussville Tribune reported a story from Avid Life Media, the parent company of ashleymadison.com, stating Trussville had the Viagra from canada most residents in the metro Birmingham area signed up on their website. [caption id="attachment_23473" align="alignleft" width="300"] AshleyMadison.com, a website for married cheaters, has been hacked.Photo from ashleymadison.com website[/caption] A ha ...

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Grayson Valley robbery suspect arrested

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The second suspect identified in the CVS robbery in Grayson Valley has been arrested by the Birmingham Police Department. The Birmingham Police Department reports on Aug. 18 the Crime Reduction Team (C.R.T.) arrested Devontay Stanley Jones, 26. He was taken into custody without incident. Jones was wanted for outstanding felony warrants for the robberies at a Chevron gas stat ...

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TACC Bridal Show a success

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce presented its annual bridal show on Sunday, August 16, at the Trussville Civic Center. An estimated 50 brides and another 80-90 guests attended the 4th annual event. A fashion show was the highlight of the event.  Mr. Burch Formal Wear and Southern Bridesmaids sponsored the fashion show.  These two formal wear companies, along with Div ...

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Missing child now reported a runaway

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- A teen who was reported missing on July 13 has now been reported by the Birmingham Police Department as a runaway. The girl, 16-year-old Alexandria Alexis Lopez is believed to be with 31-year-old Jacinto Lopez, 31, of Hoover. The BPD said in a release the girl is known to be safe, and her general whereabouts are known, but she has not been returned to her family due to exten ...

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Pinson Little Caesar’s burglarized

From staff reports PINSON -- The Jefferson Count Sheriff's Department said an unknown burglar entered Little Caesar's Pizza located at 6662 Hwy 75, Pinson, last Friday around 2 a.m. and took an unspecified amount of cash. The suspect was wearing all black clothing as well as gloves and a mask. [caption id="attachment_24172" align="alignleft" width="225"] Photo by Mark Buzbee[/caption] ...

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Legal concerns leads Clay council to rescind vote to remove tax earmarks

By Lee Weyhrich Staff writer CLAY -- When Clay City Council voted in their last meeting to take the earmarks off a five-mill property tax, the vote was not done legally, according to state law. [caption id="attachment_20822" align="alignleft" width="300"] The sign outside Clay City Hallfile photo[/caption] Councilman Ricky Baker cited Alabama Code 11-45-2(b) which states "No ordinance or resolution intended ...

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