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    Good Samaritan Health Clinic & Cullman Church of Christ offering free meal and health services Tuesday, March 21

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    CULLMAN - The Good Samaritan Health Clinic, in partnership with Cullman Church of Christ's monthly outreach program, Loaves and Fishes, will offer free lunch and health services tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in Cullman Church of Christ's Fellowship Hall, 4345 Alabama...

    Sharing the benefits of yoga: Sept. is National Yoga Month

    CULLMAN - September is National Yoga Month and Cullman yoga practitioners are gearing up for an awareness campaign emphasizing the national observance to educate the public about the health benefits of yoga and how it inspires a healthy lifestyle. “September was chosen because it seemed...

    Brody’s dad (Jason Simpson)

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    Photo: Today, people on the street are more apt to recognize Brody before they realize that his father, Jason Simpson, is the Chief Meteorologist at WHNT News 19.   “Hey,” said the lady, “It’s Brody!” The lady who spoke in a friendly voice to the adorable toddler...

    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...

    Fun, learning and support for diabetic kids at Hope Horses, Inc.

    Heather Mann
    Hope Horses, Inc. receives a donation from the Cullman Community Lions Club CULLMAN - For the past few years, Camp Seale Harris has partnered with the Cullman Community Lions Club to put on a Family Fun Day for children with diabetes and their families. The...

    Choosing life: First Source for Women offers help for women facing pregnancy

    Catherine Bethell
    First Source for Women Director Catherine Bethell HANCEVILLE - When a woman finds herself in the sometimes frightening circumstance of an unplanned pregnancy, she may feel backed up in a corner with few options.  First Source for Women (FSW), a faith-based pregnancy support service located...

    Annual Colors of Cancer Day this Saturday

    CULLMAN - For Cullman area residents battling cancer, the Cullman County Bosom Buddies Foundation (CCBBF) offers help through financial support for the expenses involved in treatment. Foundation board member Judy Grissom explained, “The mission of the CCBBF is to raise money through fundraisers and donations,...

    Remembering Nate: Parents of local suicide victim open up about the impact of loss

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    Nate Spicer was only 17 years old when he took his own life. Note: The Tribune does not and will not solicit stories from families in moments of such deep sorrow.  After our first article on the rash of 2017 suicides, the Spicer family contacted...

    Run, color, repeat

    Many EvaBank Midnight Run participants chose to be doused in colorful neon powder. / Nick Griffin CULLMAN - The 2017 EvaBank Midnight Run 5K has come and gone and hundreds of people from all over the area came out to show their support as either...

    Addiction: Meth, part 7

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    CULLMAN - Chronic drug abuse can lead to loss of employment, loss of family, homelessness and myriad health conditions leading to death. Methamphetamine use provides an accelerated path to addiction, and, as with all addictions, distances the addict from his or her feelings making...

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