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The Courtesy Buick GMC Deal of The Week: Pre-owned 2017 Honda Odyssey (Ex-L)

Sponsored Content Pre-owned 2017 Honda Odyssey (Ex-L) Price: $27,00 Miles: 36,401 Fuel Economy: 19 City/27 Highway Engine: 3.5 L Vehicle Description CarFax 1-Owner, Value Priced below the market average! -Backup Camera -Leather -Bluetooth -Auto Climate Control -Power Lift Gate -3rd Row Seating Vehicle Detailed -Aux. Audio Input ABS Brakes -Power Seat -Automatic Headlights -Heated Front Seats -AM/FM Radio an ...

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Guess what kids? College isn’t for everyone

By Elise Kidd BIRMINGHAM — As high school students prepare to apply for college, many of them may struggle with the stress and pressure that comes with applying to the institution that will factor into their future. Within the structure of the United State’s school system, there is a push for students to attend college; but for some students, college has never been a goal, or the idea of college is practica ...

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Leeds City Council grants $2,000 to Women’s Literary Club, gives update on Buc-ee’s

By Nathan Prewett, contributing writer LEEDS — During a meeting of the Leeds City Council on Monday, Dec. 2, Mayor David Miller gave a brief update on the upcoming Buc-ee's location that was announced earlier this year. In his comments, Miller said that Buc-ee's is expected to open in 11 to 12 months. He said that there will be around 112-120 gas pumps, as well as a 55-thousand square feet retail store. The ...

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New Dollar General now open in Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The new Dollar General in downtown Trussville is now open. The store is at 419 Main St. The location is a couple of blocks down the street from the former store, which will be renovated and turned into Half Shell Oyster House. SEE RELATED STORY: FIRST LOOK: Half Shell Oyster House The official grand opening for the new Dollar General will be held on Sat ...

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Trussville City Council approves agreement for centerpiece of downtown design

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville City Council approved an agreement between the mayor and the Rotary Club, concerning the Rotary Club's donation of a clock for the redeveloped downtown area, during its regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 26. The clock will be installed by the city and all maintenance will be the city's responsibility, according to the agreement. The total c ...

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The Pink CBD Store & Pink Suites opening Sunday in Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Two businesses in one are opening on Sunday, Dec. 1, in the heart of downtown Trussville The Pink CBD Store and Pink Suites are celebrating a grand opening and will be offering specials on CBD oil products. The owners, Mike and Dee Edwards, are optimistic about the future of their community-based business. "I am excited because we are going to have sale ...

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AG Marshall to be featured speaker at Trussville Area Chamber luncheon

From The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce TRUSSVILLE — Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall will be the featured speaker at the Dec. 19 luncheon of the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce. A graduate with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Alabama School of Law, Marshall served as Marshall County District Attorney for 16 years. As DA, he founded the Marsh ...

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Trussville City Council approves change of speed limit on Valley Road, firefighters promoted

By Erica Thomas, managing editor TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville City Council approved a measure to change the speed limit on the new Valley Road extension to 40 mph. Along the road, there are speed limit changes ranging from 30 mph to 40 mph. The new ordinance will change the speed limit from Chalkville Road to Roosevelt Boulevard to 40 mph. The measure was approved during the council's regular meeting on Tues ...

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FINANCE: End-of-the-year financial planning considerations

By David Guttery, Keystone Financial Group Let me preface my comments by saying that the following information is sourced from the 2019 Tax Code.  Everyone reading this should consult a tax professional for individual guidance before following the ideas discussed in this article. Required Minimum Distributions.  As we close the year, there are many items about which people should be mindful, but if you’re o ...

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R & R Burgers in Springville closing, but new restaurant coming soon

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports SPRINGVILLE — R & R Burgers in Springville is closing for good on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019. In a Facebook post, the restaurant said the location will be turned into a new location in January. "We appreciate all the support that we received and the awards won for best burgers and couldn’t have done it without the customers' help," the post stated. "This Facebook pa ...

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