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Trussville 10-year-old’s Pony Club wins quiz competition in Georgia

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Ten year old Preston Healy, a native of Trussville, expresses his love of horses by taking part in the Cahaba Pony Club. Healy and his teammates recently won 5th place in the Junior D division of the United States Pony Club South Region’s 2017 Quiz Rally, which was held at Coweta County Fair Grounds in Newnan, Georgia. Healy’s team won with a total of e ...

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Shine, Trussville, Shine!

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The Trussville Civic Center was awash with glitz and glam Friday night as the venue played host to Night to Shine, a celebration for people with special needs. The event, which was held in cities all across the country, was sponsored by the Time Tebow Foundation and locally by CrossPoint Church. In addition to dancing to a live band and enjoying great f ...

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Signature Homes celebrates new model homes at Stockton community in Trussville

By Nathan Prewett For The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Nestled in the landscape of Trussville is a community of houses built by Signature Homes called Stockton. On Saturday morning the sky was gray but spirits were bright as representatives from Signature Homes and Wells Fargo invited the public to celebrate the completion of two model homes. Agents Victoria Burns and Teresa Aldrich were eager to talk ab ...

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Trussville Leadership Conference set for March

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports The 6th Annual Trussville Leadership Conference is slated to kick off on March 9 at the Trussville Civic Center, presented by the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce. The event takes place at 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. [caption id="attachment_38394" align="alignleft" width="300"] Last year's Trussville Leadership Conference. Photo provided by the Trussville Area Chamber of Co ...

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Pinson Valley High students take part in Industrial Motor Control Competition

By Nathan Prewett For the Trussville Tribune PINSON – Communication is important for students getting out of high school and into the larger world, said Linsey King Jr., who is an instructor of industrial maintenance at Pinson Valley High School. This is a part of the school’s annual Industrial Motor Control Competition “One of the biggest issues that industry is seeing from students leaving high school and ...

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VIDEO: Key element of Trussville Greenway is now in place

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Construction continues on the seemingly never-ending saga of Civitan Park and the Trussville Greenway project, but Friday brought a key development. The massive footbridge which crosses the Cahaba River connecting the trail behind the library to the trail beside the Senior Center was put into place. The trail north of the river reaches from the Senior C ...

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Person of Interest suspected in Birmingham arsons released

From Trussville Tribune Staff Reports BIRMINGHAM - A person of interest suspected in several arson in Birmingham has been released, according to a report by WBRC. Several fires were started on Cotton Avenue on Thursday morning, as well as on Steiner Avenue, McMillon Avenue and on Pearson Avenue. The person of interest was taken in after the Birmingham Fire and Rescue’s arson dog, Alma, smelled accelerant on ...

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Center Point City Council meeting discusses businesses, roads, other issues

CENTER POINT – As the Center Point City Council meeting began its session on Thursday night, Council President Roger Barlow called for a calm discussion, citing comments made on the social media sites Twitter and Facebook. “I don’t agree with you and I’m not going to respond to those comments put out there,” he addressed the people in attendance. “But when we come in here we’re going to do it with dignity, ...

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Jon Clements joins Clay-Chalkville staff; Chris Mills moves to assistant principal post

By David Knox Sports Editor CLAY – Former Pinson Valley offensive coordinator Jon Clements has been approved by the Jefferson County Board of Education to move to Clay-Chalkville. Clements will coach receivers. He replaces Chris Mills on the staff. Mills has accepted the position of assistant principal at Clay-Chalkville. “He’s a fantastic young coach,” Cougars head coach Jerry Hood said. “The thing you do ...

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Hewitt lacrosse ready for another season

By David Knox, Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE – This sports program has the third largest number of participants at Hewitt-Trussville, and it’s only in its fourth year. There are 42 boys and 22 girls ninth through 12th-grade playing lacrosse at Hewitt-Trussville this season for the Huskies club team. Lacrosse isn’t a sport yet sanctioned by the Alabama High School Athletic Association, but that hasn’t stopped the ...

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