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The Jones home in Peppertree is always a Christmas show-stopper

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --If it's Christmas time, the home of Susan and Very cheap viagra Donnie Jones in Peppertree is extravagantly lit with an amazing seasonal light display. If you are one of the few who haven't seen the light show, just follow the parade of vehicles through the neighborhood off of Highway 11. [caption id="attachment_27444" align="alignleft" width="300"] Donnie Jones home in Pepp ...

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Cosby is a special asset to Trussville Taziki’s

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Sometimes the simplest of jobs can be important to someone else. That sentiment is certainly the case for 15 employees who have jobs at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe across the Online purchase viagra state of Alabama. The Birmingham-based company was established in 1998 and now has nearly 50 locations in 13 states. But the size of the company doesn’t mean they aren’t looking for way to help each co ...

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Salvation Army to feed homeless on Christmas

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM –The Birmingham Salvation Army will provide a Christmas meal for the homeless this Friday, Dec. 25 from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in the Social Services Dining Room located at 2130 11th Ave. North. The non-profit will serve a traditional Christmas lunch, complete with ham, dressing, macaroni and cheese and a variety of desserts. "Christmas day is special and we are thankful f ...

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T’was the week before Christmas…

By Dave Parrish Here we are the week of Christmas, like me you may be nowhere near what you deem ready for a day full of anticipation and expectation. As that clock ticks frantically down, I invite you take a moment away from the rush -- a moment to reflect -- a moment to center your thoughts. A moment to make Christmas happen within you first. [caption id="attachment_4176" align="alignleft" width="100"] Da ...

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Faith: Nativity ornament unharmed in weekend fire

By Chris Yow Editor CLAY -- When Eddie Dawson opened Wing-A-Fish in Clay, the restaurateur knew the first few months might be tough on him. What he didn’t expect, however, was a fire destroying his home during that same time span. Saturday night, however, that became the Price viagra reality. [caption id="attachment_27403" align="alignleft" width="300"] A nativity scene lawn ornament was untouched by the fire that destr ...

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Restaurant Ratings Dec. 16-18

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Area residents earn college honors

From staff reports The following area residents have been announced by his or her respective university as an honoree. Whether graduating or making an academic achievement list, the below students have been recognized. James Adam Russell of Trussville, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Auburn Montgomery’s College of Public Policy and Justice. Madison Snow of Trussville, ...

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Trussville native Jordan Fisher set for Fox’s ‘Grease: Live’

By Alec Harvey, Alabama NewsCenter Jordan Fisher can trace his casting in Fox’s upcoming “Grease: Live” directly back to his years at Birmingham’s Red Mountain Theatre Company (RMTC). “It started with Ron Kellum,” a good friend of RMTC Executive Director Keith Cromwell, Fisher says. “I met him years ago at Red Mountain. “A couple of years ago, I did ‘Aladdin’ with Ben Vereen, Richard Karn and Bruce Vilanch, ...

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Spann speaks to Chamber, float winners awarded

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – ABC 33/40 Chief Meteorologist James Spann was the featured speaker at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) monthly luncheon on Dec. 17. Santa was also a welcome guest at the luncheon, along with Trussville Fire Department personnel who were on-hand to pick up toys donated for the annual toy drive. Spann spoke briefly on the weather, calling this winter an "El Nino" ...

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Paine student has true giving spirit

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Paine student Malloy McDonald truly understands that giving is better than receiving. She proved also that actions speak louder than words. Over the weekend, the 11-year-old held a warm clothes drive at her home in order to find a way to help others this holiday season. [caption id="attachment_27264" align="alignleft" width="300"] Mallory stands with the clothes she collect ...

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