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ACE of Trussville Mustangs win national title

From staff reports ORLANDO, Fla. -- ACE of Trussville's Mustangs recently competed in the Small Senior 2 Division at the UCA International All-Star National Championship in Orlando, Fla., at the ESPN World Wide Center. The girls competed against teams from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, California, Canada and Iowa. [caption id="attachment_20873" align="alignleft" width="300"] The ACE of Trussville Mustangssub ...

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Warranties: What should I know about them?

By Chesley Payne We’ve all signed those enormous agreements when we’re downloading software or buying an item at a store. Often you see language in all caps and in bold type stating something such as: NO OTHER WARRANTY TO CUSTOMER FROM SELLER IS EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. SELLER SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES … ARE GIV ...

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43 participate in Pinson Elementary second grade science fair

From staff reports PINSON -- Forty-three second-grade students participated in a recent science fair at Pinson Elementary School. The participants were Cristopher Aguilera, Jackson Becker, Skylar Boyd, Charlotte Burroughs, Ta’Nya Carter, Jazmin Castaneda, Leah Chapman, LaTonya Christian, Jonas Crisson, Austin Davis, Bethzeny Galeas, Andy Garcia, Erin Gary, Joselin Gonzalez, Grace Hamilton, Joshua Hammond, D ...

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Pinson teen to compete in state pageant

From staff reports PINSON -- A Pinson teenager will be competing in the National American Miss Alabama Pageant in June. Justine Loomis, 16, was chosen as a state finalist for the pageant, which will be held June 15 at the Sheraton Birmingham. [caption id="attachment_12725" align="alignleft" width="214"] A Pinson historical marker outside Pinson City Hallfile photo by Gary Lloyd[/caption] The National Americ ...

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Pinson library wins grant for 3D printer

By Gary Lloyd PINSON -- The Pinson Public Library has won a grant that will give it a 3D printer valued at $1,299. Library Director April Wallace didn’t know a timeline for when the printer will be available, but when it is the library give a demonstration at an open house event. Wallace said the grant also provides training on how to set the machine up and use it. [caption id="attachment_19110" align="alig ...

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Helicopter egg drop in Clay Saturday

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- The helicopter Easter egg drop is scheduled for Saturday at the Clay Youth Sports Complex. The event, put on by Clearview Baptist Church, is free to the public. The complex is located at 7257 Old Springville Road. [caption id="attachment_13030" align="alignleft" width="200"] A helicopter drops Easter eggs in Clay last year.file photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] There will be an egg hunt f ...

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Miss Clay Days winners named

From staff reports CLAY -- Winners have been announced in the 2015 Miss Clay Days Pageant. The pageant was held at Clay-Chalkville High School on March 21. Ivy Haynes was named Miss Baby Clay Days. The first alternate was Harper Cain, followed by Charley Crow as second alternate. Photogenic went to Haynes. Miss Tiny Clay Days (2-year-olds) was won by Brooklynn Lee Miller, with first alternate being Riley An ...

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Turbo-charged tips for living healthy, Part 2

By Channing King A lot of people don’t understand the importance of good  posture and that it’s a window into your health. We know that if we can adjust your spine into a healthy posture, and teach you how to keep it there, you will be healthy. Good posture helps your body improve its oxygen flow. Cancer, viruses and bacteria don’t thrive in an oxygen environment. Just try slouching and taking a deep breath ...

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Clay Days set for April 1-4

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- The 2015 Clay Days Festival is set for April 1-4 at the city’s baseball fields at 7257 Old Springville Road. The carnival is open 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. April 1-2, 6 p.m. to midnight April 3 and 10 a.m .to 10 p.m. April 4. The event features carnival rides, food, crafts and more. Friday, April 3 is The City of Clay Night at the carnival. Saturday, April 4 is The Clay-Pinson Chamber of Comme ...

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Remembering Erika: Local woman seeks to make difference in fight against cancer in memory of sister

By June Mathews For The Tribune CLAY -- Elizabeth Pridgen will never forget the week of Jan. 19, 2009, though the Clay resident spent much of those few days in a haze of shock and grief. That Monday, her sister, Erika, was in the hospital, dealing with complications following a bone marrow transplant, when word came that Erika’s husband had died unexpectedly. “She called me at work screaming and crying,” Pr ...

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