By Gary Lloyd I don’t have the answers. I’m not a doctor. I’m not an epidemiologist. I’m also not a pontificator. Does anyone right now know, unequivocally, that we should … Continue reading To Play Or Not To Play?
Trussville Trivia Tour
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Paws and Claws or Pause and Clause?
Former student-athletes weigh in on Hewitt, Clay rivalry I saw a post on Twitter last week that said, “Give me a horror story from your specialty in five words or … Continue reading Paws and Claws or Pause and Clause?
Dobbs retires as Hewitt-Trussville track and field coach
By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — Hewitt-Trussville coach David Dobbs is retiring as head varsity track and field coach after 30 years with the program. Dobbs will remain with the program as … Continue reading Dobbs retires as Hewitt-Trussville track and field coach
Spring sports canceled: What could have been
By Gary Lloyd Like a walk-off home run in the final inning, the game is over. Except the game never made it to the decisive seventh inning. On Thursday, Alabama … Continue reading Spring sports canceled: What could have been
More Trussville stories
By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — I’ve had a few more stories published in the Cahaba Sun, a great monthly newspaper that covers the city of Trussville. Here’s a story on … Continue reading More Trussville stories
By Gary Lloyd If you follow me on Twitter for high school football updates, you may notice a weekly trend. I often capture a fuzzy iPhone photo before, during, or … Continue reading Sports
By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE — It is nice to type that ten-letter dateline again. I covered the city of Trussville, my hometown, full time for a handful of years before … Continue reading Trussville Tales
Scenes from three weeks of high school football
By Gary Lloyd This Friday, I’m taking a night off from the high school sidelines. I’m going to the Trussville Public Library to hear Sean Dietrich, an author and storyteller … Continue reading Scenes from three weeks of high school football
In Trussville, downtown will change city’s footprint ‘forever’
‘It’s really going to happen,’ mayor says By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE – Trussville City Councilman Zack Steele said that the downtown entertainment district project that began recently should be complete … Continue reading In Trussville, downtown will change city’s footprint ‘forever’