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    ‘It’s for the kids’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman County Child Development Center (CDC) students had the chance to get up close and personal with local first responders Friday afternoon at the fourth annual Restore Love event, hosted by Cook Ministries. “It’s for the kids; it’s really just a matter...

    (Updated) Father Marcus Voss elected 10th abbot of Saint Bernard Abbey

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Tuesday morning, July 24, on the second day of the abbatial election at St. Bernard Abbey, the bells of the abbey pealed, breaking the silent anticipation of a campus awaiting news of a new abbot.  As the monastic chapter- composed of...

    Branded by Christ Cowboy Church holds Faith, Family, & Fireworks Extravaganza in Good Hope

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    GOOD HOPE, Ala. – To kick off the week leading up to Independence Day, Branded by Christ Cowboy Church held its first-ever Faith, Family, & Fireworks Extravaganza Sunday night. Led by pastor Scott Guthery, the celebration featured bounce houses, games like corn hole and...

    Hanceville Knapsacks for Kids going strong in 4th year

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - For some people, hunger is an open-ended question: not so much “What’s for dinner?” as it is “when” or “if.” A recent report by Alabama Possible showed that one in five Cullman County children suffer from food insecurity. The county’s multiple...

    Beloved meteorologist calls for prayers for wife

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    HOOVER, Ala. – Lacey Simpson, wife of Holly Pond native and WVTM-13 meteorologist Jason Simpson, suffered a traumatic medical emergency last week while shopping at the family’s local Publix at Valleydale Village in Hoover. Lacey Simpson collapsed, hit her head and was unresponsive.   Jason Simpson...

    Young members of No Fences Cowboy Church with servants’ hearts host outreach

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    FALKVILLE, Ala. - No Fences Cowboy Church in Falkville is on a mission to teach an invaluable lesson to its young parishioners—the positive impact and vital Christian lesson on giving back and providing outreach to people in their community. The small but powerful children’s group...

    East Point Cumberland Presbyterian Church to celebrate 100 years 

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    Photo with cars is the current church building, one without cars is the original before the renovations over the years.CULLMAN, Ala. - On Sunday, May 23, East Point Cumberland Presbyterian Church (EPC) will be celebrating 100 years of "worshipping, serving and loving the Lord."...

    Desperation Church holds first Sunday service in new building

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The parking lot of Desperation Church’s new building was completely full for the opening Sunday. There were even attendants directing cars for parking along the street and surrounding lots. During the 9:30 a.m. service, Pastor Andy Heis spoke about when he lost...

    COVID-19 – Then and now

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    With so many COVID-19 restrictions being lifted and more and more people being vaccinated, folks are finally able to return to their normal activities. The Tribune stopped by the Farmer’s Market Thursday morning to chat with people about what they thought the hardest thing...

    West Cullman Baptist Assoc. kicks off Christmas in August ministry

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - As part of its Christmas backpack ministry, the West Cullman Baptist Association (WCBA) kicked off its Christmas in August drive at Northside Baptist Church Wednesday night. The drive starts in August and ends Oct. 28, ensuring there is plenty of time to...