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Local neurosurgeon named Community All Star for snowstorm efforts

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- Zenko Hrynkiw, MD, is a 2014 Healthcare Community All Star, an annual award given by Safety National, a provider of excess workers’ compensation coverage to self-insured employers and self-insured groups nationwide. Each year, Safety National names three Community All Stars who have done something extraordinary in terms of philanthropy or acts of kindness – beyond their norm ...

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Anthony-Harrelson Wedding Announcement

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- Grace Louise Anthony and Keith Wallace Harrelson were married Nov. 22 at First Baptist Church of Birmingham. The Rev. Scott Bowen of Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church officiated the ceremony. A reception followed in the Grand Ballroom of The Club of Birmingham. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lee Anthony of Vestavia Hills. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ja ...

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Paine Primary names September, October respectful bus riders

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Paine Primary School has announced its respectful bus riders for the months of September and October. [caption id="attachment_18675" align="alignleft" width="300"] Paine Primary School’s September respectful bus riderssubmitted photo[/caption] The respectful bus riders from September are Anna Morris, Aidan Pichron, Elliana Davis, Henry Amberson, Jordan Sauve, Nathan Mullinax ...

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Visually impaired, blind students recognized at art contest

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The Liz Moore Low Vision Center at St. Vincent’s East highlighted the talents of students who are vision impaired or blind at its annual holiday art contest on Tuesday, Dec. 16. The event took place in the First Floor Atrium at St. Vincent’s East, which is located at 50 Medical Park East Drive. Students across Alabama were asked to illustrate this year’s theme, “O Christmas ...

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CCHS grad running for Alzheimer’s awareness in January

From staff reports PENSACOLA, Fla. -- A 2006 Clay-Chalkville High School graduate will be running for Alzheimer’s awareness in January. Kimberly Crawford, who now lives in Pensacola, Fla., recently visited with friends and family in Alabama to share about her goal to raise money for Alzheimer’s Association of America. During the visit she shared her passion for helping raise funds for Alz.org. Her story is ...

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10 things that get people to the eye doctor

By Zack Steele I hope all of you had a very Merry Christmas and have a very happy and prosperous New Year. I thought I would end the year with the top 10 things that get people into eye doctor offices in a hurry. [caption id="attachment_3817" align="alignleft" width="300"] Zack Steele[/caption] Pink eye: Health care professionals call it conjunctivitis. Usually it's caused by a virus or bacteria, but someti ...

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Recalling Y2K, computer-based catastrophe that never occurred

By June Mathews Good grief, has it really been 15 years since Y2K? An entire decade-and-a-half since we huddled ‘round the TV watching the crystal ball drop on Times Square, wondering if we were about to experience a global calamity that would plunge us into darkness and chaos for days, perhaps weeks to come? For months on end, we’d been warned about the possibilities. Since computers manufactured well befo ...

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Enjoy the Christmas lights of Birmingham from a drone’s view

By Scott Buttram BIRMINGHAM --Kevin Henderson of Skycam.com has posted a unique view of Birmingham's Christmas lights from downtown to Trussville on Youtube. The video, which begins in the Birmingham city center, is from a drone camera and concludes with Donnie Jones' house in Trussville. [box type="info"][/box] [caption id="attachment_18591" align="alignleft" width="300"] Donnie Jones home in Peppertree.Ph ...

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Trussville ALC students spread holiday cheer

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Students at the Trussville City Schools Alternative Learning Center last week spent an afternoon with the residents at Peachtree Assisted Living in Trussville. The students brought them cards that they made and presented each one with a small poinsettia for their room. [caption id="attachment_5894" align="alignleft" width="225"] The Trussville City Schools Alternative Learni ...

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Clay student wins Spirit of Liz Moore Award

From staff reports CLAY -- A Clay-Chalkville High School sophomore vision student recently won the Spirit of Liz Moore Award. Frankayla Brazzill won the award after being nominated by her teacher, Kathryn Manley. Brazzill joined Manley’s self-contained class in October. She has Type I diabetes and a significant visual impairment. [caption id="attachment_18549" align="alignleft" width="300"] From left are Li ...

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