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    Cullman County Board of Education reveals $102M proposed FY2020 budget

    CULLMAN, Ala. - On Tuesday evening, Cullman County Board of Education (CCBOE) Chief School Financial Officer (CSFO) Ed Roberson unveiled a proposed $102,608,994.74 budget for the 2020 fiscal year, with total expected expenditures of $100,061,037.03. The total represents a roughly $1 million increase over...

    State report card: Cullman City Schools receive A; Cullman County Schools receive B

    Cullman County Schools received a B and Cullman City Schools received an A for the 2017-2018 school year, according to the preliminary report card released by the Alabama State Department of Education on Friday. (Cullman Tribune file photos) MONTGOMERY - On Friday morning, the Alabama...

    Wallace State Human Services student invited to speak at conference in New Zealand

    HANCEVILLE - A Wallace State student has been invited to share her story of recovery during the Indigenous People Must Survive conference Feb. 18 - March 5 in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The conference is an invitation-only event presented by Two Feathers International Consultancy, a...

    Second Opportunity option at Wallace State Community College gives student a chance to apply to health science program

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Jamesha Reese was happy for the opportunity to learn more about health science programs at Wallace State Community College with openings for the fall 2021 semester.   “I wanted to explore my options,” Reese said.    Reese missed out on one of the limited openings...

    Vinemont’s Courtney Monroe earns degree from Valdosta State University

    VALDOSTA, Ga. - Courtney Monroe, of Vinemont, has earned the Bachelor of Arts in English from Valdosta State University. Monroe was among more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students who completed the requirements for their respective degrees during the Spring 2019 semester. "Graduation is a defining...

    St. Bernard’s Griffin, Sweeney named National Merit finalists

    Saint Bernard seniors Gigi Griffin, of Birmingham and Andrew Sweeney, of Madison CULLMAN - Two Saint Bernard Preparatory School seniors have advanced as finalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Gigi Griffin and Andrew Sweeney are now in contention for some of the nation’s...

    CULLMAN COUNTY YOUTH BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: Championship Saturday recap; 8 teams capture county crowns

    Cold Springs celebrates after securing this year's fourth-grade girls' county championship (Martha Needham for The Cullman Tribune) GOOD HOPE – Cullman County Youth Basketball Tournament action tipped off early Saturday morning with eight county championships on the line, starting with the third-grade girls. West Point 8...

    Three area middle schools qualify for state scholar’s bowl tournament

    CULLMAN COUNTY - Cullman County will be well represented in upcoming scholastic competitions.  Two area high schools, Holly Pond and Good Hope, qualified for the Alabama Scholastic Competition Association's (ASCA) Scholar's Bowl state championship tournament for small high schools on Feb. 25. Joining them are...

    Senior Dedication held at Saint Bernard Prep

    Joyce Nix
    Pictured: First row, (left to right): Lene Li, Anna Preusentanz, Katelyn Cowie, Morgan Matz, Isabella Cline, Anna Myers, Abbot Cletus Meagher, Christian Garcia, Sarah Anna McCarthy, Caitlyn Norman, Casey Guthery and Jalen Lee. Second row: Headmaster, Daniel Baillargeon, Sherry Wu, Hyeri Lee, Edson Silva,...

    Welti’s Preston Cook receives $500 scholarship in NASP National Virtual Archery Tournament

      WELTI, Ala. - Welti Elementary School’s Preston Cook was selected to receive a $500 scholarship this week following his participation in the National Archery in Schools Program National Virtual Archery Tournament. Of 15,683 archers who participated in the virtual shoot, 100 were randomly...