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PVHS Career Tech students sign on for jobs

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports PINSON — Pinson Valley High School Career Tech students experienced how hard work pays off after they were given the opportunity to advance their careers right out of high school. The students took their learned trades and skills before industry professionals and some students were able to sign on for jobs. According to Industrial Maintenance instructor Lensey King, ...

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Ribbon cutting ceremony at Taco Bell in Center Point

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTER POINT — The new Taco Bell in Center Point is open. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Monday, May 20, 2019. The location on 20th Avenue Northeast is one of the new style Taco Bells with take-out and in-house dining. The design is similar to the new Taco Bell in Clay. The restaurant will employ 30-40 people. The Center Point City Council was on hand for the ...

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Obituary: Clyde Reid Todd

TODD, CLYDE REID, age 88 of Trussville, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Friday, May 17, 2019. He is survived by his wife of 68 years, Martha Jean Tompkins Todd; son, Tony C. R. Todd; daughters, Reida Todd Cox, Cathy Todd Watson, and Randi Todd Campbell (Robert); brother, Ray Todd; sisters, Peggy Sittre and Runetta Cobb; grandchildren, Tracey Harrell (Bert), Jonathan Cox (Jessica), ...

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Pinson working on fix for Splash Pad

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports PINSON — The Pinson City Council met on Thursday, May 16, 2019, and discussed several items including Movies in May and issues at the city's splash pad. Mayor Hoyt Sanders said the timer on the controller on the feature pump at the splash pad is malfunctioning. The mayor has installed a bypass switch as a quick-fix and to get chemicals to the water, but he's working ...

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Trussville homeschool group publishes book for Alabama’s bicentennial birthday

By Crystal McGough, copy editor TRUSSVILLE — In December 2017, Governor Kay Ivey launched the Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative in honor of the state of Alabama’s 200th birthday, selecting 200 Alabama schools to receive $2,000 grants for a yearlong project celebrating the state’s history and achievements throughout the 2018-2019 school year. Among the schools chosen were five homeschool groups. One of ...

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Pinson Valley loses to Homewood 5-3

By Shaun Szkolnik, sports editor Pinson Valley lost to Homewood by a score of 5-3 Friday afternoon. The Indians outhit Homewood six to four but just were not able to translate enough of the hits into run. The Indians had an early lead in the second inning, but Homewood took the lead for good with two runs in the third inning. Ka’Mya Hampton had the loss for the Indians. She gave up four runs on three hits a ...

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Teachers & Students of the Year named during Pinson Education Foundation Banquet

By Erica Thomas, Managing Editor PINSON — The Pinson Education Foundation held its 11th Annual Awards Banquet on Monday, May 7, 2019, at Palmerdale United Methodist Church. Several teachers, support staff and outstanding students were recognized for their efforts and character. Pinson Valley High School’s Culinary Arts class prepared the food for the evening’s event. Ginny Jett, the Culinary Arts, Hospitali ...

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Mythic Cards & Games thriving in its new location

By Crystal McGough, copy editor CLAY -- Even a dreary, rainy day didn’t stop people from coming out to enjoy a night of gaming at Mythic Cards & Games Saturday night. Cars packed the parking lot and gamers filled the tables for multiple events at the popular game shop in Clay. Mythic, which originally opened in Clay in 2016, recently moved from its former strip mall storefront location at 6401 Old Sprin ...

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