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Trussville OKs bid to move Jack Wood Stadium lighting

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Council on Tuesday approved a low bidder to move the lighting from Jack Wood Stadium to the fields behind Hewitt-Trussville Middle School. Stone & Sons Electrical was the low bidder at $61,285. Titan Electric came in with a bid of $75,000 and Petty Line Construction bid $120,341. [caption id="attachment_19278" align="alignright" width="300"] Jack Wood Stad ...

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Remembering Jack Wood Stadium

Nearly 66 years old, Trussville landmark set to be demolished By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Flecks of red and gray paint have been chipping away for several years. The reserved seats, mostly the ones not shielded by the overhang of the press box, have faded from deep red to an almost pink tint. A gaping hole in a corner of the stands greets you if you enter Jack Wood Stadium on the side nearest to Parkway Dri ...

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Trussville native begins Web.com Tour play this week

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Former UAB golfer and Trussville native Sam Love begins his play on the Web.com Tour this week. Love will tee it up at the Panama Claro Championship on Thursday in Panama City, Panama. The tournament runs through Sunday. The purse is $625,000, and the winner takes home $112,500. The Web.com Tour is the developmental tour for the PGA Tour. [caption id="attachment_8536" align="alig ...

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2 Pinson Valley DBs pick Lindsey Wilson College

By Erik Harris PINSON -- A coach from Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky came to visit Pinson Valley head football coach Matt Glover a couple weeks ago and landed two commitments out of the trip. Seniors Juray Smith and D’Andre Hart, both defensive backs for the Indians, made the coach’s 315-mile trek worth it when they pledged with the Blue Raiders last weekend. “The good thing about both of them is not on ...

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Trophy presentation at Cougar Stadium Friday

By Kyle Parmley CLAY -- The Clay-Chalkville football team will be honored for its place as one of the top football teams in America on Friday. VIDEO: Watch season highlights of the Clay-Chalkville football team. The Cougars, fresh off the Class 6A state championship, will host the Alabama High School Athletic Association trophy presentation along with a presentation from MaxPreps for finishing as one of the ...

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Rotary hears about Jeremiah’s Hope

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Jessica Estrada, director of community outreach and mission integration for Jeremiah’s Hope, presented information to the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club last Wednesday. Jeremiah's Hope, based on Jeremiah 29:11, is a licensed, post-secondary private school that is part of the St. Vincent's Health System. It was started 11 years ago as a way to give poverty-level mothers a ch ...

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‘Substantial completion walkthrough’ at Cahaba River project

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Engineers were set to complete a “substantial completion walkthrough” last week at the Cahaba River enhancement project site in Trussville, according to LBYD’s Curtis Eatman. Eatman wasn’t sure of the exact date, but he said he believed planting will take place in the first week of February. In December, construction was “essentially finished,” said Greg Jennings, a specialist in ...

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‘I just knew I had to help’

Woman who drove 104 home in snowstorm 1 year ago recalls day By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Beverly Elders Cross looked out her living room windows, and she could see the snow falling. She was doing laundry when she thought she better go to the grocery store to stock up on necessities, just in case the snow continued to fall. It was Jan. 28, 2014. While driving, Cross realized the snow was already sticking to ...

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Getting organized: Is it really necessary or more trouble than it’s worth?

By June Mathews Since I began writing for publication nearly 16 years ago, I’ve interviewed people in many different of lines of work, including doctors, lawyers, preachers, teachers, homemakers, librarians, salespeople, business owners, stockbrokers, military personnel, policemen, firemen…. Well, you get the picture. But I had never interviewed a professional organizer until last week, and I actually inter ...

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A few facts about glaucoma

By Zack Steele I often get questions about glaucoma from patients. It’s one of the well known eye diseases that many people have heard about, but may not be sure what the disease is and how it affects vision. Since January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, I thought I’d tell you more about it. Glaucoma is often a tough disease to diagnose, but eye care professionals have improved their ability to diagnose the di ...

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