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Trussville resident arrested after high speed chase in Iowa

The Messenger of Fort Dodge, Iowa is reporting that Camdan Cease, 24, of Trussville was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase throughout Webster County over the weekend. Cease is facing multiple charges, including two felonies, after police say he led officers on a 17-minute chase throughout the county that started in Fort Dodge., according to the article. The Messenger goes on to say that sho ...

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Clay Council honors local talent Skylar Wallace

By Crystal McGough The Clay City Council presented local musician Skylar Wallace with a Certificate of Excellence last night, honoring her for her “numerous artistic achievements in the area of music.” Wallace, 11, sings, plays guitar and writes her own music. She is going into the 6th grade at Briarwood Christian School and lives in Clay with her mother and grandparents. “We’re proud of her because she’s f ...

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Pee Wee’s Pawn looking to come to Clay

By Crystal McGough The Clay City Council unanimously passed a motion last night to hold a public hearing at the next city council meeting, Aug. 20. The hearing will be to discuss amending Business License Ordinance 2012-08 to remove the business license for pawn broker’s shops from Schedule H and put it into a new schedule, Schedule AD. “We have a big new business that’s wanting to come into the city of Cla ...

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Pesto Meat Sauce {Slow Cooker}

By Stephanie Parker from PlainChicken.com It's been so hot lately that I try to cook at least one meal a week in my slow cooker.  We made this pasta sauce last weekend and it was fantastic!  I love pesto, but I prefer it not to be the main ingredient of the recipe.  This pasta sauce has the pesto in the red sauce.  The pesto gives the sauce a wonderful flavor without being overwhelming. This recipe makes a ...

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Paine Primary teacher awarded the “Outstanding Regular Education Award” for 2012

Michelle Miskelley, first grade teacher at Paine Primary School in Trussville, was recently awarded the "Outstanding Regular Education Award" for 2012.  This award was presented by the executive board of the Alabama Council for Exceptional Children at the annual meeting at the Alabama State Department of Education's MEGA Conference in Mobile on Tuesday, July 17. Mrs. Miskelley was nominated by Dr. Amelia Sp ...

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Pinson Council names election officers

By Alex Headley The Pinson City Council passed resolutions Thursday night to name the election officers and set compensation for the 2012 municipal elections. Resolutions 12-32 and 12-33 passed unanimously to name Katherine Middleton the chief inspector, Marvelyn Deese the assistant inspector, Marilyn Glen the clerk, and Charles Glenn, Jane Wade, John Middleton, Rhonda Middleton, Billy Dussett, Tracy Dusset ...

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Gigi’s Cupcakes opens in Trussville (video)

Owener Pam Kaufman tells us why they chose Trussville to expand Gigi's Cupcakes footprint. We're glad they did! The wedding cake cupcakes were our favorite. What's yours? (Courtesy of FilmDog Media)   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UN1wwMXJLIw&feature=plcp   ...

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Unopposed municipal candidates elected to Pinson City Council

By Alex Headley The Pinson City Council passed resolutions Thursday night to elect Dawn Tanner, Joe Cochran, John Churchwell and Joy McCain to the city council. Each of the elected are current councilors running unopposed for their respective seats. The movements were unanimous for each council member. Resolution 12-28 states that Dawn Tanner will remain on Place 1 for the city council. Resolution 12-29 sta ...

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Pinson Council hires architect for park master plan

By Alex Headley The Pinson City Council voted 5-1 Thursday night in favor of a resolution to secure the services of an architect to help develop the master plan for the upcoming Pinson Recreational Park. Councilwoman Joy McCain offered the resolution to select Goodwyn Mills Cawood for the project. She said the firm could work with the project from beginning to end. Councilman Shane Shelnutt voted against th ...

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Chick-fil-A “Kiss In” a non-event locally

The Chick-fil-A "Kiss In," which was planned by gay and lesbian groups as a counter demonstration to Wednesday's "Appreciation Day," has been fairly uneventful locally, so far. While Wednesday's "Appreciation Day" produced cars backed up at every access point to the Trussville Chick-fil-A and lines of customers down the sidewalks, today's "Kiss In" has been more business as usual type crowds.  The only sign ...

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