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McCool is Mrs. USA Petite 2015

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville resident Candice McCool took home the national crown as Mrs. USA Petite on Monday. She also was awarded Mrs. Photogenic, the National Costume Award and people’s choice social media award. [caption id="attachment_25810" align="alignleft" width="198"] Candice McCool crowned Mrs. USA Petite 2015. Submitted photo[/caption] The moment she was named Mrs. USA Petite was ...

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Restaurant ratings Oct. 5 – Oct. 16

Smoke Free Name Type Address Score Date Yes ACADEMY SHELL Limited Food Service 736 ACADEMY DRIVE BESSEMER AL 35022 100 10/16/2015 Yes TARGET PIZZA EXPRESS / STARBUCKS 2355 Food Service Establishment 3489 LOWERY PARKWAY FULTONDALE AL 35068 99 10/16/2015 Yes Ross Bridge Exxon Limited Food Service 2270 JOHN HAWKINS PARKWAY HOOVER AL 35244 96 10/16/2015 Yes JASPER HOUSE Charitable Non-Permitted Food Establishme ...

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Pizza and a movie at Trussville library

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Public Library is hosting a movie night Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the library beginning at 6 p.m. The movie to be shown is Hocus Pocus, starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy. The movie is rated PG. To register or for more information, call the library at 655-0222. ...

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North Clay Baptist and the Halloween that changed the world

By Chris Yow Editor CLAY -- When Josh McDaniel came to North Clay Baptist Church in 2008, one of the things he wanted to improve upon were community missions. The annual festival held by the church was similar to others in the area, but McDaniel wanted to know what the goal was for the festival and whether or not the church was succeeding in that goal. [caption id="attachment_25668" align="alignleft" width= ...

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Faith: Sharing a Covenant Prayer

By Kevin Payne Palmerdale UMC So often we forget we have a genuine relationship with God through Jesus Christ.  Many times we only think of salvation in terms of heaven and an escape from hell, and forget that what Jesus died to bring us was a restoration to a right relationship with God.  When we live in relationship with God, things of eternity will take care of themselves. But genuine relationships take ...

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Fears of recession and bear market are overblown

By David Guttery Stock market corrections -- defined as 10 percent pullbacks -- are hard to understand. Often they happen in the midst of long-term bull markets. One thing we do know is almost every time they happen, pessimists come out of the woodwork saying a bear market has begun. Over the past seven years, this occurred a number of times, and each time the market bounced back to new highs. Think about 2 ...

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My dad, the superhero

By Chris Yow Editor My dad is my superhero. [caption id="attachment_25488" align="alignleft" width="199"] My dad, Chuck, was the 25-second clock operator for the AHSAA Super 6. Photo courtesy AHSAA[/caption] Sure, most say the same thing about their fathers, but mine really does have a superpower. Since birth, my dad Chuck, has suffered from cerebral palsy. Since today, Oct. 7, is World CP Day, I thought I ...

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