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Trussville Cigar Company to honor veterans on Sunday and Monday

By Shaun Szkolnik For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Tomorrow an important centenary will be upon us.  On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, of 1918, World War I was brought to a close.  The events that led to that great conflict may have been an accident, but the symbolism associated with the armistice that ended it was not. For the generation that participated in the first war November ...

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Springville among growing number of communities to offer pickleball

By Tommi O. Peters For The Tribune SPRINGVILLE - Two men attempting to remedy summertime boredom for their families went about the business of erecting a badminton set. Undeterred when they couldn’t locate all necessary play equipment, they instead employed ping pong paddles and a wiffle ball. After dropping the net height and slightly modifying badminton rules, the families’ malady was cured. Over 50 years ...

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UK Company offers “nosewarmers”, a novel way to keep your nose warm this winter

From the Trussville Tribune staff reporters WORLD - With chillier weather finally upon us now is the perfect time to prepare all the garments that will keep a body warm when the really cold temperatures get here.  Hats for the head, muffs for the ears, scarves for the neck and now, thanks to an innovative company out of the United Kingdom, warmers for the nose. The Nose Warmer can be placed over the often-o ...

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Now on Netflix: Peter Rabbit

By Shaun Szkolnik for the Tribune Peter Rabbit Year released: 2018 Directed by: Will Gluck Written by: Rob Leiber, Will Gluck with source material from Beatrix Potter Starring: James Corden, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleason Classification: PG Runtime: 95 minutes Rating: B In a world where on-demand options have given rise to an endless stream of kid’s entertainment Peter Rabbit stands head and shoulders, and ea ...

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Meet Leighia and Penelope: The Dog Stop pets of the month

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE - Leighia and Penelope, also known as The Girls, are regulars at The Dog Stop. [caption id="attachment_64008" align="alignleft" width="294"] Photo courtesy of The Dog Stop[/caption] You can usually find these beautiful Basset Hounds sunbathing or, nose to the ground in the lobby, hunting for any leftover treat morsels that may have been dropped. This pair ...

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Thai restaurant opens in Trussville

By Shaun Szkolnik for the Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Local lovers of Thai food are in for a treat.  Thai Basil and Sushi have recently opened their doors in Trussville, and they are prepared to pamper some palates with an array of appetizers, soups, salads, entrees and chef specials. Thai Basil and Sushi’s menu is extensive and some offerings that are sure to please are the Thai Noodle, Spicy Beef Noodle, Thai BB ...

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Local restaurant provides FIT option to healthy living

By Tanna M. Friday Editor TRUSSVILLE – Busy lifestyles can often produce conflict with healthy aspirations. With Americans spending half of their food budgets on restaurant food, home-cooked meals are becoming more often nostalgic than realistic. The good news is that amid the sea of highly processed foods that saturate the menus of restaurants and grocery stores, a healthy and busy lifestyle can still be a ...

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Trussville Chamber announces date for Fall Carnival

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -  The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) announced the dates for its fall carnival, sponsored by Amari & Gray Legal Consulting, for Thursday, November 1, through Sunday, November 4. The fall carnival will be held in the grassy area next to Holy Cross Episcopal Church across from the Trussville City Hall. “The community loves the carnival, and ...

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Trussville Rotary announces students, teachers of the month

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE - The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club named its students of the month for October from Hewitt-Trussville High School and Clay-Chalkville High School. The Don Haisten Student of the Month from HTHS is senior Ashlynn Cartee. Ashlynn is involved in Key Club where she serves as president, Girls Service Association, Yearbook, Peer Partners, National Honor Soci ...

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The Dog Stop pet of the week

Meet Bolt.  Bolt is a 5-6-year-old Bully mix male who loves meaningful conversation, walks in the woods and is in search of his forever family. Bolt is crate trained, neutered and is current on all vaccines and veterinary care. Bolt is a laid-back guy who would love nothing more than to have someone to go on the occasional walk with, but his favorite thing is cuddling on the couch. If you’re interested in m ...

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