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Crowler contest underway for new Trussville brewery

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE —Ferus Artisan Ales is hosting a Crowler Contest to pick out the design for the 32-ounce crowler they will be offering. A crowler is similar to a growler, but it's in a can. The can is used to package craft beers and allow people to transport them home. Local artists have submitted entries for the contest and you can vote now. Click here to pick out which ...

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Local grads receive scholarships from Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club announced its scholarship recipients for 2019. At the June 12 Rotary meeting, Rotarians honored recipients, Matthew Wilson and Sydney Stohr. Matthew is a 2019 graduate from Restoration Academy and will major in graphic design. Sydney is a 2019 graduate from Hewitt-Trussville High School and will major in nursing. The ...

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FAITH: I have Been Reading the Bible Wrong

By Richard Harp, Deerfoot church of Christ I have been reading the Bible wrong for a very long time. This discovery has been both eye-opening and freeing at the same time. What I found may help you in your walk with God and in your personal Bible reading practices. You may be just as surprised as I was to discover you have possibly been reading the Bible wrong as well. These discoveries have also led me to ...

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Local travel agent ‘overloaded’ after Dominican Republic deaths

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CLAY — A travel agency in Clay has been inundated with calls of concern after the deaths of several Americans in the Dominican Republic. At least four Americans have died during their stay in the Caribbean nation this year. Robert Bell Wallace died at a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, in April, after becoming ill. About a month later, three American tour ...

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REFLECTIONS: Living Responsibly In The Kingdom Of God

By Michael J. Brooks I taught recently in our church about the concept of Christian liberty vs. Christian responsibility. The Apostle Paul introduced the idea in 1 Corinthians when he wrote about meat having been offered to idols. After its use in pagan worship, the meat was discounted and sold in the marketplace. Some early Christians purchased and consumed it while others believed the practice respected p ...

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It’s Healthy and Safe Swimming Week in Alabama: Avoid chemical injuries

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY — Before diving into summer, the Alabama Department of Public Health wants people to be aware of some dangers that could be lurking in the water. May 20-26, 2019, is Healthy and Safe Swimming Week. The purpose of the initiative by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is to emphasize the importance of taking simple steps to prevent pool chemical ...

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Fill your picnic basket with food safety to avoid getting sick this Memorial Day

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — Memorial Day kicks off the official start of summer. The U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to remind you to prevent foodborne illness before you light up that grill and pack up the cooler. Hot and humid weather combined with outdoor activities provide the perfect environment for harmful bacteria to multiply on food and make people sick. Fill yo ...

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month #CareToShare

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY — Governor Kay Ivey has declared the month of May as Mental Health Awareness Month in Alabama. The Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA), ACA's State Branch in the state of Alabama, petitioned the Governor's office to make the proclamation. The nationwide designation is sponsored by the American Counseling Association (ACA). The purpose is to promote awar ...

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FAITH: Reflections on regrets

By Michael Brooks A mentor when I was younger insisted Monday was a good day for pastors since the pressure of the upcoming Sunday hadn’t yet settled in. He was in the minority because many pastors joke about Mondays being “resignation day.” They feel badly about the day before and drag in on Monday with discouragement. Another pastor I knew did reverse psychology. He had staff meetings at 8 a.m. on Monday ...

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Kids talk about God: Can I trust the Lord to supply my needs?

By Carey Kinsolving and Friends Psalm 23 is one of the most beloved Scriptures in the entire Bible. Its simple, yet profound truths have provided comfort to millions for three millennia. My friends have plenty of ideas about what King David meant when he wrote, "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want." "Every time you go to the store, you don't have to ask for everything," says Meredith, 6. Or as Haleigh ...

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