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Open Position: Multi-Media Account Executive / Marketing Consultant

Job Description: The Trussville Tribune is seeking a results-driven, dynamic Multi-Media Account Executive /Marketing Consultant with strong communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills.  The primary responsibilities of the Multi-Media Account Executive Consultant/Marketing Consultant are to increase the Trussville Tribune’s advertising market share by targeting new businesses within the Trussville, Cla ...

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Cougar tennis wins county tournament

From staff reports GARDENDALE -- The Clay-Chalkville girls tennis team put together a strong day of tennis on April 20, winning the Jefferson County Tournament in a close battle with reigning champion Gardendale. The tournament was essentially a home match for Gardendale, as it was played at Noble Park, but the Cougars put together a team effort to pull the upset. [caption id="attachment_30793" align="align ...

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Moody Civic Center to open an onsite sales office. Pre-opening memberships available now

From Staff Reports MOODY – The City of Moody Civic Center, has opened an onsite sales office at 200 Civic Center Drive, and is selling pre-opening Memberships. Pre-opening membership prices will be valid through July 6 only and beginning, July 7, 2016, rates will be regular published rates. [caption id="attachment_30150" align="alignleft" width="300"] Rendering of Moody Civic Center, scheduled to open in Au ...

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Chief Donnie West to speak at Chamber luncheon

From Staff Reports The next Center Point Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon will take place on Tuesday, April 12 at Center Point City Hall.  The cost of the luncheon is $15 and it begins at 11:30 a.m.   [caption id="attachment_30144" align="alignleft" width="200"] Center Point Fire Chief Donnie West (Photo via centerpointfire.com)[/caption] Featured speaker for the luncheon will be Center Point Fire Chief Do ...

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Alabama’s NaturePlex complex provides state-of-the-art indoor connection to state’s outdoor experience

By DAVID RAINER Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources   From its grand entranceway and majestic main hall to the Discovery Hall’s beehive and bat cave, the Alabama Wildlife Federation’s NaturePlex complex opens our connection to Alabama’s phenomenal outdoors experience. [caption id="attachment_30138" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Discovery Hall gives visitors all sorts of hands-on ac ...

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Major lane closures expected on I-65 South at I-59/20 Interchange

From Staff Reports JEFFERSON COUNTY – Weather permitting, on Friday, April 8 at 7 p.m., the Alabama Department of Transportation will close the left two southbound lanes on I-65 in order to finalize work associated with the raising of the bridges over I-65 North. Afterwards, the right two southbound lanes will be closed. The lane closures are expected to continue through the weekend, with normal traffic flo ...

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Judging for annual beautification contest set for May 17

From Staff Reports The Trussville Beautification Board is now accepting entries for its annual beautification contest.  Yards will be judged on Tuesday, May 17, and winners and awards will be announced at the Freedom Fest held on July 4th. [caption id="attachment_5634" align="alignleft" width="259"] Previous category winner of a Trussville Beautification Award (file photo)submitted photo[/caption] The categ ...

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Walk down memory lane at Trussville History Fair

Submitted by the Trussville Historical Society Have you ever wondered what Main Street looked like 50 years ago? What if you had an opportunity to look at an aerial photo taken of downtown Trussville from that time period, or of the Cahaba Project as it was being built in the 1930’s. Now is your chance. The Trussville Historical Society will be hosting their fourth “I Love Trussville History Fair” this Satu ...

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We are all part of Birmingham, whether we want to be or not

By Dale Jones Editor What is going on in Birmingham?  Yes, I am aware that this publication is the Trussville Tribune, but as a lifelong resident of Jefferson County, I recognize that what happens in Birmingham does have ramifications to the surrounding municipalities.  When news events happen here in Trussville, or in Hoover, or in Graysville, people from out of state recognize it as having happened in “Bi ...

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The Fresh Market brings their unique shopping experience to Trussville

By Dale Jones Editor One of the country’s fastest growing grocery store chains is about to open another location in the Birmingham area, this time calling Trussville home. [caption id="attachment_30084" align="alignleft" width="244"] The Trussville Fresh Market will be their third location in Birmingham, with others on Highway 280 and this store, located at Brookwood Village. (Photo by Dale Jones)[/caption] ...

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