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ACTA announces 2 Christmas plays

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- ACTA Theater in Trussville will present two short Christmas plays Dec. 5-7 and Dec. 12-14. “The Rented Christmas” and “The Reform of Benjamin Scrimp” will be presented one after the other on those dates. “The Rented Christmas” will be shown first, then “The Reform of Benjamin Scrimp” after intermission. Both directed by Chanel Wood, weeknight and Saturday shows are at 7 p.m. ...

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Clay student accepted to UA Early College

From staff reports TUSCALOOSA -- The University of Alabama UA Early College program recently accepted Alison Riggins from Clay-Chalkville High School. [caption id="attachment_13129" align="alignleft" width="300"] Clay-Chalkville High Schoolphoto courtesy of Jefferson County Schools[/caption] UA Early College students are high school students from across the United States who earn college credit online, and ...

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Traveling Trashed

Clay-Chalkville students experience driving under influence, learn dangers By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Thirty Clay-Chalkville High School students last week got the chance to feel what it’s like to drive under the influence of alcohol and drive distracted. Over the past 10 years, Clay-Chalkville High School health education teacher Marsha Hancock has taken her sophomore students to the Trussville Play Stati ...

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TASTE set for Thursday at Trussville Civic Center

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce will present the sixth annual Trussville Art Show and Tasting Event on Thursday, Nov. 20 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Trussville Civic Center. TASTE features food samples from area restaurants and bakeries, a live art show with art available for purchase, live entertainment, and a cash bar. [caption id="attachment_17809" align="a ...

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In season of thanksgiving, even fallen tree can be something to be thankful for

By June Mathews There’s nothing quite so lovely as a majestic oak tree in all its autumn glory. The vibrant intermingling of reds and yellows with fading greens and encroaching browns makes for a palette only Mother Nature could apply with such flair. But when that same oak monstrosity lies sprawled across your driveway, well, that’s a different story... A few minutes after 6 a.m. this past Monday, Jimmie h ...

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St. Vincent’s East now offering drug coated ballon treatment

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- St. Vincent’s East is the first in the Birmingham area and one of the first in the state to offer the LUTONIX ® .035 Drug Coated Balloon PTA Catheter (DCB) to patients. The Drug Coated Balloon uses cutting-edge technology to open blockages in the legs, which helps maintain circulation for peripheral artery disease patients. The new device is similar to balloons currently bei ...

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Clay Elementary donates food to Clay UMC

From staff reports CLAY -- Clay Elementary School has donated items collected during its food drive to Clay United Methodist Church. Earlier this month, the school held its annual food drive for a week. [caption id="attachment_17777" align="alignleft" width="300"] From left are Andrea Butterfield, fourth-grader Callen Matthews, Daphnea Doaty, fourth-grader Norah Blalock and fourth-grader Hannah Gibson. subm ...

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Pinson Elementary collects donations during Red Ribbon Week

From staff reports PINSON -- Pinson Elementary School celebrated Red Ribbon Week the last week of October. On Monday the school had Wacky Tacky Day; on Tuesday it had Pajama Day; Wednesday was a salute to all who serve or have served our country; Thursday was the 60th day of school so students dressed like it was the 1960s; and Friday was the day students wore their favorite team shirts, cheerleader or spor ...

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Market Noel holiday market Nov. 20-22

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The Junior League of Birmingham’s annual holiday market, Market Noel, will be Nov. 20-22 at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center on U.S. Highway 280. The event features more than 100 vendors. Lifelong Trussville resident and Junior League member Jennifer Browne will be serving on the Merchant Hospitality Committee this year. The Gingerbread Lady is coming to Market Noel for he ...

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‘We will beat the disease,’ medical officer tells Trussville Rotary of Ebola

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Rotarians with the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club heard a presentation on Ebola from a local expert this week. Frank Malensek, chief medical officer at St. Vincent’s East since July 2012, presented facts about the disease. The first Ebola virus, he said, was recognized in 1966. This latest outbreak of the disease, he said, has been worse than previous ones and is facilitate ...

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