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    Art Park eyeing amphitheater following Dinner on First

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – It was a perfect evening for a pretty party at the fourth annual Dinner of First Friday night in Cullman’s Warehouse District. This year’s dinner, hosted by Cullman Parks, Recreation and Sports Tourism raised money to revitalize and enhance Cullman’s Art...

    Locals fill Addison for annual 4th of July Celebration

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    ADDISON, Ala. – After Thursday morning’s parade and a chance to cool off, locals and visitors sat down in the cool shade at Alexander park to enjoy an afternoon of music, snow-cones, and candy eating from all the candy thrown out during the annual...

    Thousands flock to Smith Lake for food, fun, and fireworks

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    SMITH LAKE - Despite the heat and humidity, Smith Lake Park once again saw a crowd of thousands throughout its annual Fireworks and Music Festival. The festival featured all-day live entertainment from artists Donny James, Trey Lewis, Ben Myrick, Matt Bennet, Justin Holt, and Christian Gann, as well...

    Freedom Celebration lights up the night in Fairview

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    FAIRVIEW, Ala. - During the evening of Independence Day, crowds filled Randall Shedd Fairview Town Park as the town’s First Baptist Church hosted its 18th annual Freedom Celebration. Dr. David Chambers, Pastor of Fairview First Baptist Church, told The Tribune, “First Baptist Church of Fairview...

    Food that touches the soul

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala.- “Food that touches the soul.” That’s how the owner of Merriweather’s Soul Food describes what you can expect at their new restaurant located inside the Joann Walls Center on Bangor Street in Hanceville. The meat and three style eatery has generated quite...

    A morning with Ophelia and James Fields

    Ophelia Fields and her son, James, pose for a photo at the Colony Senior Center. (Christy Perry for The Cullman Tribune)
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    COLONY, Ala. – On most mornings, Ophelia Fields, 86, can be found at the Colony Senior Center playing dominoes with her many dear friends. They enjoy their morning coffee while keeping up with each other’s families and friends. On a recent morning, she was...

    2nd Fridays returns to downtown Cullman

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    Cullman High School’s Lindsey Lowery won a free 2nd Fridays booth for her business “Pixie Fudge” in a competition sponsored by the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Entrepreneurs’ Academy (YEA!). (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - On Friday evening, as the work week...

    CP&R Announces Community Wellness Day

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    CULLMAN – To kick off the community’s health and wellness goals for 2016, Cullman Parks and Recreation (CP&R) will host Community Wellness Day, a completely free event, on Jan. 2 at the Cullman Wellness & Aquatic Center. On Community Wellness Day, admission to the Wellness...

    Peer mentoring program seeing success in area schools

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    CULLMAN - Life that Counts, a local nonprofit agency, provides peer-to-peer mentoring for many of our county’s high school and middle school students. The organization aims to help students make intentional, positive decisions in their day-to-day lives which will encourage them on a path...

    Goat Island Brewing Co. benefit for Haleigh Moore and her fight against cancer

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    CULLMAN — A fundraiser was held over the weekend at Goat Island Brewing Co. to benefit Haleigh Moore and her fight against cancer. Moore has been battling a rare form of cancer known as MPNST (malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor), and treatments have been...