Trussville City Schools receives $3,000 donation during TACC legislative breakfast

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From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a legislative breakfast on Thursday at the Trussville Civic Center. Four area elected officials presented updates to chamber members and guests in attendance. State Sen. Shay Shelnutt speaks with Trussville City Schools Superintendent Pattie Neill during Thursday’s legislative breakfast held at t Read More

Canada Sweeps Saint Lucia At NORCECA Men’s Champs

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Share This CANADA got off to a strong start at the NORCECA Men’s Continental Championship with a 25-9, 25-13, 25-8 win over Saint Lucia on Wednesday. Saint Lucia completed pool play with a 0-2 record while Canada opened at 1-0. Men’s team – It was tough going for Saint Lucia’s senior men’s volleyball team in Read More

‘Run for Jesus’ On Monday

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Share This WITHOUT a doubt, it is a cause worth running for as the fourth annual La Feuille Pentecostal Church’s “Run for Jesus” road race takes place next Monday (October 2) under the theme “Promoting Healthy Lifestyle”. The 4-kilometre race is scheduled to start from 7:00 a.m. at the La Feuille Pentecostal Church, through to Read More

Venezuela, Trinidad & Tobago talk ‘peace in the region’ amid US, Canada sanctions

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Saturday, September 30 2017 @ 11:14 AM AST Contributed by: AleemKhan Views: 23 * The two met at the UNGA Friday in New York http://www.presidencia.gob.ve/Site/We…vento=7093 * July 31, 2017, U.S. Department of Treasury: As a result of today’s actions, all assets of Nicolas Maduro subject to U.S. jurisdiction are frozen, and U.S. persons are prohibited Read More

A Grandmother’s Wisdom Shared

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Words of Reflection and Guidance of a 101-year old Woman Don’t you wish you didn’t have to learn life’s lessons the hard way? ” — Gary Springer NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 30, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wisdom of a Life Well-Livedby Ethel Pearson LevineA “must read” for seniorsContact: Gary Springer100 High Read More

Filaria battle

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Filaria battle – Stabroek News Log into your account Log in for full access to stabroeknews.com. You can also post comments, and manage your email subscription. The Ministry of Education today formalized its support to eradicate Filaria in Guyana. This was done at the Lymphatic Filariasis Mass Drug Administration (MDA) Launch and Prize Giving Ceremony Read More

40 Days for Life: A Light in the Darkness

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Gail Finke 2017-09-30 Participants at the 40 Days for Life Cincinnati Kickoff Rally Sept. 27. CT PHOTO/GAIL FINKE by Gail Finke When the streetlight went dark before the end of the one-hour rally marking the opening of 40 Days for Life Cincinnati fall campaign, organizers passed out a few candles and continued in the darkness. Read More

The Cruelest Storm: 200+ Academics Speak Out for Puerto Rico

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The destruction brought by Hurricane Maria has exposed the profound colonial condition of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico—(ENEWSPF)—September 30, 2017 By: Aurea María Sotomayor, Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Sheila Vélez Martínez, Myrna García-Calderón, Lourdes Dávila, Nemir Matos Cintrón, Adriana Garriga-López, Luis Othoniel Rosa, César A. Salgado “This is not the time to invoke the false rights inherent Read More

Guyana trains first female ship captains in inaugural Marine Cadet programme

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GUYANA’S FIRST FEMALE SHIP CAPTAINS: Sabita Sukhdeo, Sherlyn Wilson, , Vanessa Merchant, Abiola Hinckson Guyana for the first time has female ship captains who are responsible for all operational aspects of ships at sea or in port, as the country seeks to address an “acute shortage” of qualified persons to man vessels. They were among Read More

Suspect in shooting of GRA enforcement officer killed

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Ariel Benjamin A man,who was wanted in connection with several crimes including the recent shooting of a Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), was shot dead early Saturday morning. Police said the body of Colin Daley also known as  ‘Floggy and Frog Eye’ 24 years, unemployed of East La-Penitence, whose body was found in a pool of Read More