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    Plenty to do on Saturday

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    CULLMAN - If you are looking for something to do in and around Cullman on Saturday, there are plenty of options from which to choose. Things are happening in many different municipalities, starting early and going into the night. We've listed the events we know...

    Holly Pond celebrates Christmas with community parade, annual Christmas Cards in the Park

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    HOLLY POND - On a chilly Saturday afternoon, the Holly Pond Civitan Club put on its Christmas parade with the help of local officials and churches, the Holly Pond and Berlin fire departments, local businesses and organizations and the Holly Pond High School band. ...

    Downtown Hanceville sees new life

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    HANCEVILLE - As the sun beamed down on a new day in Hanceville on Thursday, city leaders and members of the community came together to celebrate the ribbon cuttings and grand openings of businesses in the historic Romine building. The C Street Café, Marcela’s Salon...

    Crowd of Zombies Gather for a Good Cause

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    CULLMAN - The 2nd Annual Zombie Crawl was just the right event if you are a Walking Dead fan, but it also raised much needed funds for two worthy causes, Mental Healthcare of Cullman and Victim Services of Cullman. The Zombie Crawl offered a...

    Full slate of community events this weekend

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    CULLMAN - This weekend is packed with activities on both Saturday and Sunday. See some of the highlights below. See full details on all events online at www.CullmanTribune.com/Calendar. Know of an event not listed? Click the calendar and hit the 'Submit Event' button.   Cullman Pilot...

    Young Stars Burn Bright at For Kids’ Sake Variety Show

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    HANCEVILLE – For more than 20 years, the For Kids’ Sake Variety Show has brought a wonderful opportunity for youth in the Cullman area to showcase their talents. Children and teens from every corner of Cullman took the stage at the Betty Leeth Haynes...

    Staycation: Muscle Shoals

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    MUSCLE SHOALS - At just around an hour drive away is one of America’s best kept secrets: Muscle Shoals. It has been the subject of documentaries, it’s the Motown and Sound City of the south, the birthplace of American legend Hellen Keller (okay, that’s technically...

    2 fundraisers set for Hanceville teen fighting cancer

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    I know what it's like to be a cancer mom, and I know they'll appreciate the help and support.” Karen Cook   HANCEVILLE - In Oct. 2015 Hanceville’s Alexis “Lexie” York was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer, Rhabdomyosarcoma. It is a type of sarcoma,...

    Art in the Park this weekend at City Park; future plans to be unveiled

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    CULLMAN - Cullman City Parks and Recreation (CP&R) will host the annual Art in the Park event this Saturday, April 15 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. In the past, Art in the Park has taken place at Heritage Park; however, this year the event will...

    Richter’s celebrates 70th anniversary

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    Old family photos can be found throughout the Richter’s store. CULLMAN - In 1947, the first O.F. Richter & Sons opened for business in Cullman. That location, 219 Second Avenue NE, was home to Richter’s until the business moved to its present location, 308 First...