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Divorces for the week of June 20, 2021

The following individuals were issued divorces in Shelby County from May 19-June 9:

-Robert Dale Wakefield, of Calera, and Teresa Mae Wakefield, of Calera.

-Mehgen Lucas, of Calera, and Kevin Hicks, of Calera.

-Rachael Elliott Glausier, of Chelsea, and Luke Guthrie Glausier, of Chelsea.

-Steven Adam Harris, of Shelby, and Chasity Hope Howell, of Rockland.

-Candace Shena Brown, of Pelham, and Timothy Vincent Brown, Jr., of Calera.

-Sidney Brunson Grinolds, of Alabaster, and Nicholas Austin Grinolds, of Alabaster.

-Lori Ellyn Steber, of Trussville, and Richard Gregory Steber, of Alabaster.

-Debbie Ann Moore, of Hoover, and Virgil Thomas Moore, Jr., of Alabaster.

-Pamela Jean Godwin, of Pelham, and Richard Todd Godwin, of Pelham.

-Ashley Jacquese James, of Calera, and Cardell Marquce Abbitt, of Calera.

-Stephanie Nicole Gurrola, of Helena, and Jeffrey Lisboa Pires, of Helena.

-Tammy Sanford Mayfield, of Helena, and Victor W. Mayfield, III, of Dothan.

-Jackelin Paola Torres Barrientos, of Helena, and Martin Enrique De La, of Homewood.

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Plans for proposed subdivisions near Chelsea, Columbiana approved

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Beulah Mae’s opens restaurant in Alabaster

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Secretary of State holding free voter ID event in Alabaster

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Regions Tradition Birdies for Charity raises $1 million

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Shelby Humane hosting “Clear the Shelter” adoption event

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Children discover ‘God’s Great Light’ at Camp Branch VBS

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Alabaster City Schools invests $5 million in school improvements

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Columbiana to host job fair in August


Kids enjoy Rock and Roll Playground at Old Town Live

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Asbury’s Summer Institute to explore Eastern Orthodox Christianity


Friday Nights at the Cove to wrap up with Red Hot Rodeo

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God Did It Ministries motorcycle ride raises money for community efforts


Inaugural Calera Cruise-In logs miles of fun

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‘Something different:’ Greek Street serves up Athens-inspired fare


Irvin shadows Main Street programs, businesses to benefit students through Career Corps

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New Alabaster Water facility holds ribbon cutting


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SafeHouse of Shelby County moving to new location

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Young Impressions Child Care expands to five Pre-K Programs


Local butchers competing for $20,000 in meat-cutting challenge