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Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard indicted on 23 charges

By Scott Buttram MONTGOMERY --A Lee County grand jury has indicted house speaker Mike Hubbard (R) on 23 charges of public corruption, according to the Opelika-Auburn News. Hubbard had been the subject of the grand jury hearing for months and word of the pending indictments began circulating on Friday. According to the newspaper, Hubbard is accused of violating the following ethics laws: • Four counts of usi ...

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Turn Trussville Pink: Trunk or Treat on Sunday, dunking booth on Wednesday

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Turn Trussville Pink activities crank up this week beginning with a Trunk or Treat planned by ACE Cheerleading on Sunday. The fun starts at 3 p.m. and will continue until 5:30 p.m. at its location on Camp Coleman Road. Chick-fil-A in Trussville will host a dunking booth Wednesday. Check out the schedule below. 11 a.m. Trussville City Council representative 11:30 a.m. Shay Shel ...

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Aerial photos of the new Hewitt-Trussville Stadium

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Using a Dji Phantom drone, Trussville's Jason Reed captured these photos of the new Hewitt-Trussville football stadium. The stadium is scheduled to open Oct. 24 for the HTHS game versus Hoover. [box type="info"] Aerial photos I took today from above the new stadium in Trussville. It’s looking really good. @TrussTribune @spann pic.twitter.com/SfWg9Wgolx — Jason Reed (@jreed013) ...

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New stadium, Husky Parkway extension opening dates confirmed

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville City Schools officials announced the opening dates for the new Hewitt-Trussville football stadium and Husky Parkway extension on Wednesday. [caption id="attachment_7193" align="alignleft" width="300"] A rendering of Hewitt-Trussville Stadiumphoto courtesy of Trussville City Schools[/caption] According to Trussville City Schools Superintendent Pattie Neill, the bridg ...

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Missing Trussville teen back home

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Lisa Ledbetter, who reported her daughter Savannah missing over the weekend, said she was found Sunday and is now back home. "She is at home safe and sound and she seems to be OK," Ledbetter said. "I want to thank all of you and your readers for all of the help you have given me and my family." Savannah had not been heard from since Thursday night. [caption id="attachment_1696 ...

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Trussville family seeks info on missing girl

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Lisa Ledbetter of Trussville posted to The Trussville Tribune Facebook page seeking information on the whereabouts of her daughter, Savannah, on Saturday. According to Ledbetter, her daughter has been missing since Thursday night. Anyone with information is asked to contact Lisa Ledbetter or the Trussville Police Department at 205-661-4000. ...

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Crash victim north of Clay had been pursued by Springville police earlier

By Scott Buttram CLAY –Springville police chief Bill Lyle confirmed that police in his city had pursued Frankie Lane Fenley, 42, of Springville who was identified by media sources as the victim in a fatal crash early Wednesday morning north of Clay. Lyle said his officers answered a call from a female seeking assistance and Fenley was identified as a person of interest. During the call, Fenley passed the of ...

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Deputies investigate traffic fatality north of Clay

By Scott Buttram CLAY --According to a statement from the Jefferson County sheriff's office, speed was a contributing factor in a traffic accident that cost a man his life early Wednesday morning just north of Clay. "At about 4:30 this morning deputies were called to investigate a traffic accident on Zuber Road at Clayton Road north of Clay," Chief Deputy Randy Christian said in the statement. "A passerby h ...

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Christopher M. Jackson

Chris Jackson, 41, passed away after a bout with cancer at his home in Trussville comforted by a loving and grateful family on October 6, 2014. A native of Jonesboro, Georgia Chris had lived with his wife, Tracey, and two sons, Peyton and Carson, in Trussville since 2006. Chris' life was characterized by two strong passions. One was a lifelong love of competition and sport. He was fully engaged in his sons' ...

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