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Paine Intermediate teacher receives surprise donation

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Paine Intermediate School Resource Officer Chuck Bradford recently surprised special education teacher Auburn Lyle with a donation of $450. The donation was given on behalf of the Hewitt-Trussville High School Class of 1984, which celebrated its 30-year reunion in August. Bradford is a member of the 1984 Hewitt-Trussville High School class. [caption id="attachment_17473" ali ...

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When watching football at home with the spouse becomes dangerous game

By June Mathews I’m almost afraid to ask this question because somebody in the TV industry is liable to take it as a challenge and run with it. But I’m going to ask it anyway: Could the airwaves possibly be any more jammed with college football coverage these days? If you’ve somehow missed the wide selection of games available for viewing on any given fall weekend (and sometimes during the week), well, you ...

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Montgomery political soap opera makes me appreciate our representation

By Zack Steele If you’ve been reading my columns for a while, you know I like to step away from the world of health care from time to time and venture into other subjects. The indictment of Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard was a black mark on us as Alabamians. I have no idea if the speaker did what he’s accused of doing. I have no idea if this is some political witch hunt to sully his name. The courts will ...

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Paine Intermediate calling for photos for Wall of Honor

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Paine Intermediate School is asking parents to send in pictures of veterans in their families for a Wall of Honor. The Wall of Honor will be in the school as part of Veteran’s Day remembrance. [caption id="attachment_17431" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Wall of Honor at Paine Intermediate Schoolsubmitted photo[/caption] Parents should include with submitted photos the v ...

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200 participate in Maple Leaf Run

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- About 200 runners participated in the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce Maple Leaf Run on Oct. 25, presented by The Trak Shak. A portion of the proceeds will go to the chamber’s scholarship fund and $500 also went to Turn Trussville Pink, a community project in support of breast cancer research. Prizes were awarded in each age group as well as overall in the 5K. The top bo ...

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Blow Away 5K planned for Nov. 15 in Trussville

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Blow Away 5K and one-mile fun run benefiting the Alabama Friends of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 15 in Trussville. The races will begin at The Mall in downtown Trussville. The 5K run/walk will begin at 8 a.m. and the one-mile fun run begins at 9 a.m. Registration is $30 for the individual 5K and $10 for the one-mile fun run. Online registrati ...

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Pinson Elementary announces September perfect attendance

From staff reports PINSON -- Pinson Elementary School has announced the students who earned perfect attendance for the month of September. From kindergarten are Dyonte Allen, Alexander Almanza, Jissel Almanza-Santoyo, Aubrie Almendarez, Alexis Alvis, Jordan Bailey, Keosha Bennett, Justyce Beverly, Faith Bonner, Dilland Brown, Kyler Carreker, Jasmine Carter, Yandel Cendejas Cardona, Adrian Chavez, Ethan Chil ...

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Author, TV personality coming to Trussville library Sunday

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Author and TV personality Jon McClure will be at the Trussville Public Library on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 1:30 p.m. He will present a discussion of his new book, “Alabama's Best Restaurants Cookbook,” following a brief demonstration on proper knife sharpening and care. Books will also be available for sale (cash or check). [caption id="attachment_17299" align="alignright" width="215"] ...

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TMCA provides perpetual care for local historic cemeteries

By June Mathews For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- As the spirit world gears up for Halloween, the residents of Trussville’s two historic downtown cemeteries seem content to rest in peace. Rarely a peep, much less a hair-raising shriek is heard in their quiet quarters. And that’s probably in large part due to the care and maintenance their resting places receive from the Trussville Memorial Cemetery Association. ...

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Living small in your home is no small task

By Dave Parrish Our rightsizing adventures continue. Closets fully behind us and now inspired, we moved to the attic: home of Christmas ornaments and things long forgotten. Do I still really need those tax returns from 1962? Not all things can be given or thrown away. Shredding and burning are extremely time consuming but sometimes necessary. But you do learn how to be selective. Not every page contains sen ...

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