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Saturday, January 16, 2021

    AdvancED recommends Continued Accreditation following review of CCS

    CULLMAN – The AdvancED external review team, under the direction of Dr. James Brown, reported to the Cullman City Board of Education they would be recommending Cullman City Schools for continued accreditation after their recent review of all schools in the system.    AdvancEd is the...

    West Elementary opening new Outdoor Classroom

    Photo: The group on Sunday, Sept. 11 who broke ground on the new Outdoor Classroom CULLMAN - Were you that child who learned tactically? You might have wanted to feel the texture of tree bark, or the smoothness of a stone, or maybe you loved...

    Saint Bernard students take college tour

    SBP students tour Emory University: seated, (left to right): Alex Lewis, Kathleen George, Olivia Brown and Jackelyn Arteaga. Standing: Ian Sidley, Jimmy Schomburg, Dee Gann, Nicolas Borths, John David Grey, TJ Uhler, Caleb Norman, Conor Berry, Druss Hays and Claudia Fallin CULLMAN - Early in...

    Wallace State students win two SkillsUSA gold medals and six medals overall at national competition

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State Community College students Jacob Humphrey, Chase Blakey and Benjamin Brownlee each earned gold medals at the 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Ky., over the weekend, collecting the first gold medals for the college ...

    Mayor Makes “Teacher Appreciation Week” Proclamation; Dr. Susan Patterson Awards Teachers of the Year

    Sharon Schuler Kreps
    Education makes dreams come true and we appreciate our teachers for the efforts they make to ensure each child reaches their full potential when it comes to education.” Mayor Townson   CULLMAN – To celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Day, Cullman Mayor Max Townson issued a “Teacher Appreciation...

    2 local students earn degrees from Ole Miss

    OXFORD, Miss. - The following local students were among more than 5,500 University of Mississippi graduates who received their academic degrees May 11, 2019 at the university's 166th Commencement: Sydney Whittle, of Cullman, earned a Doctor of Pharmacy Sarah Brickell, of Cullman, earned a...

    Wallace State’s Workforce Training Solutions hosting upcoming classes this summer

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State’s Workforce Training Solutions has announced several classes available this summer:    Intro to Graphics Learn how to create eye-catching graphics by mastering the editing software that is the industry for professionals and amateurs alike. The fee is $75 for this class,...

    Cullman City/County Schools close Thursday, among other agencies

    CS file photo 2014
    CULLMAN – Both Cullman City and County Schools will be closed on Thursday due to the immense amount of snowfall. Both Dr. Doreen Griffeth (City School superintendent) and Dr. Craig Ross (County School superintendent) said no classes will be held Thursday, Feb. 26. Warming Shelter:...

    Teachers, administrators getting ready for school

    CULLMAN, Ala. - It won’t be long until kids- and the grownups charged with riding herd over them- head back to school. The Tribune is asking teachers, administrators and staff two questions:  What have you been doing to get ready for the new school year? What...

    In the round: St. Bernard Theatre gets face-to-face with audience; shows Friday and Saturday

    With its “theater in the round” staging, the cast of St. Bernard’s “The Wizard of Oz” gets up close with the audience. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune) CULLMAN, Ala.  - Theatrical innovation is becoming the norm in the Cullman area: Cullman High School flying...