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Pinson moving forward with park project

By Lee Weyhrich PINSON -- Jane Ross of Goodwyn Mills Cawood, the architecture firm for the Pinson park project, was at Thursday’s Pinson City Council meeting to answer questions about the project. The questions on the agenda specifically involved the splash pads and the playgrounds. As it stands, the playgrounds are estimated to cost the city $80,000, with $60,000 of that going to equipment. While the playg ...

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CCMS band recognized by board of education

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- The Clay-Chalkville Middle School band earlier this week was honored by the Jefferson County Board of Education. The band on Dec. 6 participated as a feature ensemble at the Southeastern United States Concert Band Clinic. Band Director Chris Walker said the clinic went “very well.” “The students gave a great performance for hundreds of directors and students from all over the South,” W ...

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Cahaba Countdown set for New Year’s Eve

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Cahaba Countdown 2014, a New Year’s Eve party, will be Dec. 31 at the Trussville Civic Center. Doors open at 8 p.m. and photo identification is required to get in. Tickets are $50 for a single, $75 for a couple and $275 for a group of eight. There will be hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. The first two beverages are free. Performing will be the bands Sidecar and Chevy 6. They begin ...

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Trussville native performing on PBS Christmas concert Friday

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville native Savannah Hudson will appear on the nationally televised “Christmas at Belmont” concert airing this season on PBS. Hosted by internationally renowned mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves and taped at Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center, more than 800 student musicians joined the Belmont School of Music faculty and the Nashville Children's Choir for the taping of “Chr ...

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Frye-Crowe Wedding Announcement

For The Tribune Howard and Ann Frye of Trussville, AL are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Ashley Erin Frye to Mr. Bryan Edgar Crowe, son of Edgar and Jane Crowe of Cook Springs, AL. [caption id="attachment_10756" align="alignleft" width="300"] submitted photo[/caption] Ashley was a graduate of Hewitt-Trussville HIgh School, then later attended the University of Alabama at Birmin ...

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Winners from Trussville parade competitions announced

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Prizes and award winners have been announced from competitions at last week’s Trussville Christmas Parade. The first-place winner of the best float competition went to Sav-a-Life East, which was awarded $100. Supercuts won second place and $75, and ACTA Theatre took third place and won $50. Grand Marshals in this year’s parade were Gavin Slay, Connor Staggs, and Sean Williamson, ...

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Paine Intermediate students donate for toy program

For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Several classes from Paine Intermediate School earlier this month participated in a toy collection for Trussville. [caption id="attachment_10740" align="alignleft" width="300"] Students show off donations in front of a Trussville Fire & Rescue truck.submitted photo[/caption] The Trussville Volunteer Fire Department began its Christmas For Kids program in 1979. The program h ...

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Paine Primary announces October respectful bus riders

For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Paine Primary School has announced its respectful bus riders for the month of October. [caption id="attachment_10732" align="alignleft" width="300"] Paine Primary School’s October respectful bus riderssubmitted photo[/caption] The respectful bus riders are Taylor Allen, Delvecchio Alston, Gracie Vining, Madison McIllwain, Joshua Patterson, Joshua Starke, Navjot Multani, Antonio ...

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Generous or not, Santa misses the mark when it comes to hair

By June Mathews I think most of us would agree that Santa Claus is one of the good guys. He’s generous and giving; he’s always got a smile on his face; and the way he sits in all those shopping malls for hours on end, sopping tears from his red suit, enduring flash after flash of the camera and appropriately responding to every request imaginable, he’s obviously got the patience of a saint. But for all his ...

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Paine Primary Iron Bowl challenge raises more than $1,000

For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- To celebrate the Iron Bowl, Paine Primary School students participated in a friendly fundraising competition. Students brought in coins to place in a bucket for the team that they wanted to win this year’s Auburn vs. Alabama game. Each cent counted as one point for their team. [caption id="attachment_10680" align="alignleft" width="300"] Tailgate winners were Savanah Kennedy an ...

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