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    Cullman City Schools waiting until Wednesday morning to announce possible early dismissals

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    Cullman City Schools Superintendent Dr. Susan Patterson addressed Cullman City Schools dismissing early Wednesday due to threat of inclement weather: "We are waiting to see the latest briefing in the morning. The county was already releasing early for PD."

    Cullman County Spelling Bee rescheduled to Feb. 13

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    Some of this year's participants CULLMAN - The Cullman County Spelling Bee, that was scheduled to take place on Feb. 27, has been moved up to Monday, Feb 13.  The event will take place at Temple Baptist Church, 30 County Road 1184 off Highway 157, starting...

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

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    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...

    CHS’ annual Big Band Dance coming to Civic Center this Friday; dance to raise funds for new band uniforms

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    CULLMAN - This Friday, Feb. 3, Cullman High School (CHS) will host its 21st annual Big Band Dance at Cullman Civic Center from 7-9 p.m. (come 30 minutes early for dance instruction).  Live music will be provided by the CHS Jazz Band under CHS...

    Local champs prepare for Cullman County Spelling Bee

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    UPDATE: The Cullman County Spelling Bee has been rescheduled to Monday, Feb. 13. West Point Elementary winner Hunter Graves and runner-up Charlie Ashley. Hunter will represent West Point Elementary at the Cullman County Spelling Bee on Feb. 27. CULLMAN - The Cullman County Board of Education...

    AG Strange invites schools to submit applications for Alabama Safe Schools Initiative Awards of Excellence

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    MONTGOMERY - Attorney Gen. Luther Strange is inviting public and private schools throughout the state to submit applications for the 2016 school year Alabama Safe Schools Initiative Awards of Excellence. The program was reinstituted by Strange in 2013 with a new emphasis on encouraging...

    State releases “A-F Report Card” for 2015-2016; wide range of results throughout Cullman County

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    CULLMAN - The Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE)-established system to monitor the academic achievement of all of Alabama's public schools is called the Alabama Accountability System (AAS). The AAS recently released the long-awaited and controversial 2015-2016 ALSDE “A-F Report Card,” albeit without letter...

    School board recognizes top performers

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    Cullman City Schools’ nurses CULLMAN - It was a night of recognizing outstanding achievements when the Cullman City School Board met Tuesday evening. First up was the Cullman High School competition cheerleading team, who recently won the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Class 6A championship...

    Cullman Theatre competes at State Trumbauer; Drew Fillinger named to all-star cast

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    CULLMAN - In the first week of December, the Cullman High School (CHS) theater department, Cullman Theatre, participated in the State Trumbauer Theatre Festival.  After winning best-in-show at district with their one-act production “Godspell,” the group went on to state competition on the campus...

    Cullman guitarist headed from Wallace State to Belmont

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    Case Graham having fun at Guitars and More, where he works as an instructor. CULLMAN - Belmont University in Nashville is a pretty high goal for a teenage amateur guitar picker.  Its music program is considered the best in the South, and in various polls...