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TrussvilleTribune.com set to broadcast new high school football shows

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Beginning Aug. 19, The Trussville Tribune will present a new high school sports show called “Legacy Credit Union Tribune Sports Live driven by Serra Mazda,”  Tribune publisher Scott Buttram announced on Wednesday. The weekly online TV show features in-depth analysis of high school football at Hewitt-Trussville, Clay-Chalkville and Pinson Valley. “There will be two shows,” But ...

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Papa Sal’s advances to top 8 in steak competition

By Scott Buttram CLAY -- Papa Sal's Italian Restaurant in Clay is one step closer to claiming the title of Alabama best steak after dispatching PJ’s Restaurant of Jasper in the round of 16. The title is currently held by the Bright Star in Bessemer, the 2013 winner. [caption id="attachment_15303" align="alignleft" width="300"] Papa Sal's in Clay is among the eight finalists for Alabama's best steak.Photo by ...

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2 cyclists critically injured near Morris

From staff reports MORRIS -- At about 6:30 a.m. Saturday, deputies were called to investigate a traffic accident on Highway 31 near Morris Majestic Road, according to Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Randy Christian.  Christian said the accident involved two bicyclists.  "Deputies arrived to find the two riders critically injured," Christian said. "The pair, a 55-year-old man and a 48-year-old ...

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Is Alabama’s best steak in Clay?

By Scott Buttram CLAY -- It's understandable if you didn't expect to find one of Alabama's best steaks at Papa Sal's Italian Restaurant in Clay. But consider yourself informed. The family-owned restaurant is one of four finalists in the central region, and one of the top 16 in the state when it comes to serving up steaks. Known for its mouth-watering Italian dishes for 29 years, Papa Sal's has been named to ...

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Husky Parkway extension to open Sept. 15, school announces traffic plan

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Steven Blalock of Blalock Building Company said the Husky Parkway bridge and extension to Trussville-Clay Road is expected to open Sept. 15, barring any weather delays. The road will connect Trussville-Clay Road to Deerfoot Parkway. Traffic signals located at the intersection of Trussville-Clay Road and Husky Parkway have been installed and began flashing Monday morning. Truss ...

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Dead body found aboard missing Dreamcakes food truck

By Scott Buttram BIRMINGHAM – According to ABC 33/40 the missing Dreamcake food truck was found after a social media plea on Sunday with a dead body inside. The deceased has been identified as Shane Landrip Caldwell, 40, an employee of the bakery, according to the television station. [caption id="attachment_14856" align="alignnone" width="300"] The Dreamcakes food truck outside of a Birmingham business near ...

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Heat is the focus of Sunday’s weather forecast

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE --Hot will be the word of the day in Sunday's weather forecast from the National Weather Service in Birmingham. While heat advisories don't include Jefferson County, neighboring counties are covered and the temps will feel like 100 degrees or more, locally. Sunday -Mostly sunny, with a high near 98. Light southwest wind becoming west 5 to 10 mph in the morning. Sunday Night -A 20 ...

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Police bust gaming operation in Trussville

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- Police officers responding to a robbery call at 108 Morrow Ave. in Trussville on Friday uncovered a gaming operation, Trussville Police Department Lt. Jeff Bridges said. "Our officers were answering a robbery call at the location," Bridges said. "At first, they couldn't get anyone to answer the door, but after a while an individual opened the door and was behaving suspiciously ...

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Win a free lunch for your office at Trio’s

Want to win a free lunch at Trio's for yourself and three co-workers?  The lucky winners will receive their choice of the All You Can Eat Pizza, Pasta and Salad or the Meat & Two lunch specials on Thursday, July 24. Just email your name and your company name to contest@trussvilletribune.com and we'll pick a winner at 11 a.m.   ...

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Two arrested after theft caught on camera

By Gary Lloyd Two people who allegedly stole lawn equipment and other items from a home in Center Point have been arrested and charged. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reports that Beth Ann Chasteen, 34, and Christian Eric Gamache, 41, are both charged with second-degree theft of property. Their arrest warrants were obtained Monday, July 21. Detectives contacted Odenville police and the suspects were ...

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