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Trussville resident cooking her way to fulfilling her dream

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Childhood dreams can come true. That’s what one Trussville resident says she wants to teach her daughter. To do so, though, she needs a little help from her community. [caption id="attachment_25435" align="alignleft" width="203"] Karen Clark wants to fulfill her lifelong dream of cooking on national television. Submitted photo[/caption] Karen Clark, a Trussville resident, h ...

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Trussville native is Mrs. Alabama petite, will compete nationally

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville resident Candice McCool will compete for the title of Mrs. USA Petite 2015 on Oct. 19, in Clearwater, Florida at the Largo Cultural Arts Theater. McCool is the reigning Mrs. Alabama USA Petite and will share the stage with other married women from across the nation. [caption id="attachment_25422" align="alignleft" width="194"] Submitted photo[/caption] The women c ...

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One Hot Dish: Joel’s Grits and Greens

From THe Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Check out the latest digital media feature from Tribune Media, One Hot Dish.  We'll be bringing you some of the best dishes from area restaurants each month. Our first installment features the Grits and Greens from Joel's Restaurant in Trussville.  This authentic southern dish is a local favorite that will win you over at first bite. Check out the video ...

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Wedding announcement: Freeman-Shurtz

[caption id="attachment_25356" align="alignleft" width="276"] Submitted photo[/caption] Jef and Regina Freeman of Trussville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Marie Freeman to William Andrew Shurtz. Rebecca is a 2004 graduate of Hewitt Trussville High School, 2009 graduate of UAB with a B.S. in Finance concentrated in Institutions and Investments. She received a M.S. from the ...

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Women’s Connection East fundraiser set for Oct. 14

From staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY -- The Women's Connection East will hold an accessory sale for their annual fundraiser and brunch on Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. at the Grayson Valley County Club. Tickets for the event at $14. The group requests that reservations be made ahead of time by calling Cathryn at 640-6182 or by email sf.hardy@charter.net. Speaking at the event will be Phyllis Page. Doors for the event w ...

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Filmmaker hopes film continues legacy of love

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Christian Sutton thought it was a simple,  three minute promotional video, but fast forward three years and that promotional video has blossomed into a full-length documentary and a love for a little place in Leeds known as the Red Barn. [caption id="attachment_25279" align="alignleft" width="175"] The DVD cover for the documentary “The Red Barn: A Legacy of Love” Submitted ...

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Understanding Supply and Demand…

B y Dave Parrish Our youngest child is frustrated, exasperated and disappointed. In the past three weeks he has put offers in on five houses. Four of the five went highest and best, while another went under contract with no opportunity to re-bid. In the four cases that went highest and best, he did re-bid. His re-bid offers were 8 to 10 percent higher than the list price. He hasn’t been the highest or best ...

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Jackson Capps to perform at Rogue Tavern tonight

From Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM --Jackson Capps, a student at Hewitt-Trussville High School, will be on stage at Rogue Tavern in downtown Birmingham on Thursday evening. Capps will be performing his new 36 song set that includes five original songs he recently recorded on his new EP. Rogue is located at 2312 2nd Avenue North. In addition to the entertainment, the restaurant will be holding an Italian ...

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Hewitt student reunited with instrument

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Stewart Brockman, the Hewitt-Trussville senior whose trombone was stolen Aug. 27, has been reunited with his prized possession after the work of School Resource Officers and Trussville police helped locate the missing instrument. [caption id="attachment_24972" align="alignleft" width="225"] Stewart Brockman with his trombone after it was returned unharmed.Submitted photo[/c ...

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Preventing Cancer Naturally, Before It Begins

By Channing King Columnist Cancer is word most people do not want to talk about. The reality, though, is that approximately 1.2 million people are diagnosed each year with cancer, and it is a disease that needs to be addressed. Many families are devastated by this sickness. My next couple of articles, I want to go over some important information about cancer. I believe, if you can understand what cancer is, ...

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