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    Wallace State alum crunched numbers to provide clearer picture of COVID

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. –  As an astrophysicist, Lucas Johnson, Ph.D., has always relied on facts and figures, but more so during the outbreak of COVID-19 which, during its early days, created confusing and sometimes competing messages from a wide range of sources.     Johnson, a 2010 graduate...

    East Elementary fifth grade classes use Easter egg hunt to reinforce language lesson

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - An East Elementary School fifth grade class headed outside Monday for a post-spring break Easter egg hunt while practicing their English language lesson.  Fifth grade teacher Nina Jones said she used the egg hunt with school back in session the day after...

    Judson College board of trustees vote to move forward

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    Marion, Ala. –  Since 1838, Judson College has equipped young women for life and leadership for the good of others and to the glory of God. The 183-year-old institution has been dedicated to providing an excellent education and transformational leadership opportunities in a Christ-centered...

    Area graduates receive WoodmenLife scholarships

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    OMAHA, Neb. – A number of local high school graduates were recently awarded WoodmenLife Focus Forward Scholarships®. The students, who are all WoodmenLife members, submitted applications highlighting their high school grades, activities and volunteerism, as well as an essay on patriotism. This year’s $500 scholarship...

    Wallace State Dance presenting ‘Futures’ April 7

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Community College’s Allegro Dance Theatre will present its spring showcase “Futures” Wednesday, April 7 at 6 p.m. in the Betty Leeth Haynes Theatre. The Betty Leeth Haynes Theatre is located in the Garlan E. Gudger, Sr. Student Center on...

    CCBOE: Bus drivers cannot access some flooded roads

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman County Board of Education (CCBOE) announced late this week that it had to relocate Wi-Fi-equipped buses from Smith Lake Park due to concerns over water levels, and that buses would not travel certain roads to pick up students due to...

    The family that studies together stays together

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. — As spring unwinds and summer nears, high school graduates from all across the Southeast will soon be poised to begin their college and career journeys at Wallace State. While students take these first exciting and sometimes nervous steps toward independence, they...

    Wallace State’s Small Farmer Training spring/summer courses begin next week

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State Community College’s Small Farmer Training program is offering an exciting variety of courses beginning in April and into the fall semester. Offerings include online courses, one-day classes and specialized summer camps. A spring plant sale will also be conducted between...

    PREP CROSS COUNTRY: St. Bernard cross country standout Eli Loyd accepts scholarship to Jacksonville State

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Eli Loyd (PS '21) recently accepted an academic scholarship to Jacksonville State University as well as an invitation to walk on to the Gamecock’s cross country team. Athletic Director William Calvert commented, “Eli has accomplished a lot in his abbreviated two-year career...

    St. Paul’s Lutheran School opens enrollment

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - St. Paul’s Lutheran School has entered its open enrollment period. The school’s mission is “to provide a Christ-centered, Scripture-based education that equips our students with the tools for academic, personal and social achievement in order to share the Gospel effectively with the...