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Thursday, August 18, 2022

    Veterans Day Celebration wows crowds at Sportsman Lake Park and Cullman Regional Airport

    W.C. Mann
     B-17 bomber Aluminum Overcast taxis in after a flight. CULLMAN - Cullman’s Veterans Day Celebration kicked off bright and early this morning at Sportsman Lake Park, with the opening ceremony including special guests Alabama Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey, Cullman Mayor Max A. Townson and Cullman...

    Bulldog Band’s ‘Show of Wheels’ this Saturday

    The Hanceville High School band is raising money to buy new uniforms. / Hanceville High School Band on Facebook   HANCEVILLE - The Hanceville High School Bulldog marching band is holding its inaugural auto show, the Show of Wheels, this weekend. The fundraiser will be Saturday,...

    Plant it: Black-eyed Susan vine

    Black-eyed Susan blooms are typically warm orange or lemon yellow, and sometimes a darker, more mustard-colored bloom with a characteristic dark spot in the center, although different varieties can be red, orange, red-orange, white, pale yellow or bright yellow, with or without the characteristic...

    Bonsai for beginners: Dr. Bob Wendorf to teach class Jan. 18

    CULLMAN - Maybe you really should put more thought into the gifts you give. You never can tell when a gift will turn into a hobby that leads to a fascination for that gift which broadens the mind and enriches the life of the...

    67-County Alabama Garden Party: Washington County

    The Cullman Tribune is celebrating the Alabama Bicentennial (1819-2019) with statewide field reporting by Alabama Master Gardener/Botanical Artist Ben Johnson South. This year-long feature, "The 67-County Alabama Garden Party," will spotlight different counties each week. Each county will get its own "quilt block," along...

    Take a class at the Agriplex this month

    North Alabama Agriplex
    CULLMAN - The North Alabama Agriplex is offering a variety of programs for the month of January. Register online at www.agriplex.org. The facility has a new pre-pay incentive for children's programs; if pre-paid, registration is $2 off. All programs are at the North Alabama...

    Peer mentoring program seeing success in area schools

    John Williams
    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...

    Behind the scenes: Share Club of Cullman

    Loretta Gillespie
    Beautiful Christmas décor on this year’s Christmas Tour of Homes CULLMAN - This time of year, there is a lot of hustle and bustle, the weather turns sharply colder and people are often preoccupied with their Christmas shopping, parties and trips out of town. But...

    Couponing Classes Offered to the Masses: Fancher Tutoring Service Helps Make Saving Money Easy

    Sharon Schuler Kreps/CullmanSense
    I’ve spent more than 30 hours collecting all you need to know to begin your coupon journey in a convenient kit that will not only teach you how to coupon, but will keep you organized so that you can continue to save money month...

    Tips for your leftover Thanksgiving feast

    Jessica Curtis
    All the work and preparation that goes into shopping, baking, roasting and cleaning up after your Thanksgiving meal results in leftovers. What to do with them? First, if you have a foodbank or a church or local mission that feeds needy families in your area,...