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Trussville ‘looking at’ participating in program to enhance school culture

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A new program to enhance school culture by noting and rewarding positive behavior of students is being initiated by the Alabama State Department. The new program, using the Learning Earnings tool, aims to improve behavior school-wide through the combination of new administrative tools, professional development and ongoing analysis and monitoring of student performance. [caption i ...

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Red Cross blood donation set for Sunday in Trussville

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The American Red Cross continues to have an urgent need for blood donors of all blood types to give before the Labor Day holiday, even after many more donors stepped up to give following an urgent call issued in late July. Donors with types O negative, B negative and A negative blood are especially needed. On Sunday, Aug. 17, a blood donation center will be set up at NorthPa ...

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Pinson OKs city park contract

By Lee Weyhrich PINSON -- The Pinson City Council last week approved of entering into a contract for the construction of the new city park. Clements Dean Construction will build the park for $1.57 million. J.A. Dawson will be paid $277,850 for equipment. The total includes all alternates for the park project. The contract process was the final step before work can begin on the project. [caption id="attachme ...

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2 cyclists critically injured near Morris

From staff reports MORRIS -- At about 6:30 a.m. Saturday, deputies were called to investigate a traffic accident on Highway 31 near Morris Majestic Road, according to Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Randy Christian.  Christian said the accident involved two bicyclists.  "Deputies arrived to find the two riders critically injured," Christian said. "The pair, a 55-year-old man and a 48-year-old ...

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Clay names new city councilman

By Lee Weyhrich CLAY -- The Clay City Council has its newest member. Bo Johnson was nominated to replace the council seat vacated by former Councilman Mark Halstead at this week’s meeting. Halstead left the city council due to a relocation. Johnson was chosen out of seven candidates, and took over annexations and new business. [caption id="attachment_15206" align="alignleft" width="300"] Bo Johnson, left, w ...

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Pinson nearing garbage pickup service

By Lee Weyhrich PINSON -- Residents new and old to Pinson may soon be seeing a change in garbage pickup. The Pinson City Council could approve a new garbage pickup plan as soon as the next meeting, assuming the council doesn’t wish to make further changes, Councilman Joe Cochran said. The city council next meets Thursday, Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Pinson City Hall. [caption id="attachment_7731" align="alignle ...

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One year later, classmates, teammates honor Brock Bowman

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — At his memorial service almost a year ago, Brock Bowman was remembered for his smile, for his cheerful heart. Today, he’s remembered the exact same way. It’s been a year since Bowman, then a junior at Hewitt-Trussville High School, drowned in the Cahaba River while inner tubing with friends. Bowman would have been a senior this year, and the Class of 2015 is honoring his memory. [ ...

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Education department offers bus safety tips

From staff reports MONTGOMERY -- With the 2014-2015 school year under way, motorists are cautioned to be careful as they travel along Alabama’s streets and roads as school buses are again on the road loading and unloading students. According to the Alabama State Department of Education Pupil Transportation Section, the most dangerous part of a school bus ride is when the bus stops to load or unload students ...

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60 work days likely to complete first Civitan Park phase

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- It will likely take 60 work days to complete the first phase of the Civitan Park greenway project in Trussville, according to officials. A pre-construction meeting was held Wednesday at Trussville City Hall, in which Alabama Department of Transportation officials and KBR -- the group supervising the project -- met with officials from Walker Patton Contracting, the company that wi ...

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Democratic candidate drops from 6th Congressional District race

By Gary Lloyd JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Avery Vise, the Democratic candidate for the Alabama 6th Congressional District, has chosen to withdraw from the race. Vise submitted a letter detailing his withdrawal to Alabama Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Worley on Thursday. Vise’s withdrawal means Republican Gary Palmer currently has no opposition in the Alabama 6th Congressional District race to be decided Nov. 4. ...

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