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Trussville realtor a finalist for Realtor Magazine top 30 under 30

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A Trussville realtor is a 2014 finalist for Realtor Magazine’s top 30 under 30 award. Bo Draughon is the broker at Keller Williams Realty in Trussville. [caption id="attachment_12624" align="alignleft" width="119"] Bo Draughonphoto courtesy of Keller Williams Realty[/caption] “With great challenges come amazing opportunities. Because I learned the benefit of networking early on, ...

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Chamber scholarship deadline next Friday

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The application deadline for the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce scholarship program is next Friday. The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce provides scholarships for area high school and home-school seniors each year. Applications are available at www.trussvillechamber.com under the “Chamber Information” tab. Contact Gary Lloyd at news@trussvilletribune.com and follow him on ...

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Express Oil donating portion of April sales to Children’s of Alabama

By Gary Lloyd BIRMINGHAM -- Visit one of the 42 Birmingham area Express Oil Change & Tire Engineers locations during the month of April and $1 from every car serviced will be donated to Children’s of Alabama as part of the Change-A-Life campaign. The Trussville location on Main Street will be donating $2 for every car serviced April 1. Funds raised will go toward the Hope and Cope program at the Alabama ...

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Business briefs: Ta Tumble U merges with ACE

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville’s Ta Tumble U has merged with ACE Cheer Company to form ACE of Trussville, located on Camp Coleman Road. The business will offer cheerleading, gymnastics and tumbling classes. The new business will have an open house and ribbon cutting March 31 at 4 p.m. “I am extremely excited about our growth and becoming ACE of Trussville,” said Gym Director Tiffanie Reed. “God has ...

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HTHS senior named Rotary Student of the Month

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club last week announced its recipient of the Don Haisten Student of the Month Award for March. The month’s recipient was Sikander Raza, a senior from Hewitt-Trussville High School.  Raza received a gift card donated by Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q. [caption id="attachment_12494" align="alignleft" width="300"] From left are Rotary member Ty Williams, Sikan ...

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Clay receives favorable audit

By Lee Weyhrich CLAY -- The city of Clay received a favorable audit from the accounting firm of A.J. Young, Cork Hill and Co. at Monday’s Clay City Council meeting. City audits are split into two different accounting methods: entity wide and funds based. The entity-based audit treats the city as if it were a corporation, while the funds audit treats the city as if it were an individual. These two methods to ...

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Funeral home likely to be built on Deerfoot Parkway

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A funeral home will likely be constructed on Deerfoot Parkway, Trussville City Councilman Alan Taylor said Monday. Taylor said the area where the funeral home will likely be located is on the left side of Deerfoot Parkway, close to U.S. Highway 11. Trussville City Clerk Lynn Porter said that the property owner said the land was under contract a few months ago. No other informatio ...

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Complete Cleaners adds delivery service

By Erik Harris For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Several days a week Alex Yearout rises early to leave his home in Hoover. He makes the 30-minute commute, leaving his wife and two small children behind at 5:30 a.m. in order to fire up the equipment needed to operate a 12-hour day of dry cleaning. Yearout is a manager at Complete Cleaners in Trussville. From unlocking the doors to heating up the machinery, Yearo ...

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Business briefs: New fitness center opens in Trussville on Wednesday

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- 24e Fitness opens for business in Trussville on Wednesday. The fitness center opens on Main Street, next to Fresh Value Marketplace. In October, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of Anytime Fitness owner Rick Plourde and Trussville resident George Glenn, alleging that the Trussville City Council and Downtown Redevelopment Authority “acted in violation of applicable law in regards to ...

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Governor’s Trade Excellence Award has Trussville connection

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Gov. Robert Bentley last week presented the Governor’s Trade Excellence Awards to eight Alabama companies that are excelling in international trade, and one of them has a Trussville connection. Hornsby Steel Inc., located in Cleveland, won one of the awards and is owned by Trussville resident Bobby Hornsby and his brother David Hornsby, formerly of Trussville.  The company specia ...

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