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    An expansive history: a guide to Downtown Cullman’s most historic buildings

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The National Register of Historic Places criteria for evaluation allow for prioritization of the preservation of historical sites based on their quality of significance in American history, including places that are associated with events that contributed to the broad patterns of...

    Cullman County Sheriff’s Office details traffic management at Smith Lake Park for 4th of July festival

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) will be responsible for traffic control following the fireworks show at Smith Lake Park today, July 4, 2022.  “After the fireworks display has ended, traffic will be one way for outgoing traffic out of the park...

    ‘You’re never too young to be a leader’: Kennedy Twilley discusses her time at Holly Pond

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    HOLLY POND, Ala. –  In this interview, I talked to Holly Pond volleyball and basketball standout Kennedy Twilley. Twilley made a lot of great memories during her years as a Bronco both on and off the court. "My favorite volleyball memory was when we played...

    Two homes in Cullman receive makeovers from Community Action Partnership of North Alabama

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    CULLMAN, Ala. Community Action Partnership of North Alabama (CAPNA) implemented their NeighborWorks program at two homes in Cullman this week. Candy Ayers, CAPNA’s director of Homeownership Services, said, “We serve five counties now including Cullman, Lawrence, Morgan, and we just picked up Winston and Marion...

    Smith Lake Park Fourth of July Fireworks Festival celebrating 50th anniversary

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    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. - Cullman County Parks and Recreation’s Smith Lake Park 4th of July Fireworks Festival is celebrating its 50th anniversary this Monday. To celebrate, admission to the event will be free for everyone. Free to join activities, games, and contests will be...

    52 ODES TO JOY: FUN FREEDOMS

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    Remember when America was all about freedom-loving fun and people fought for “The Right to Party?” Even in 1773 (evening of December 16), our royal-bashing, founding parents were dressing up like their Native American neighbors on a warpath; whoopin’, hollerin’ and tossin’ boxes of...

    Files from yesteryear: from the files of 1954 and 1937

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    From the files of 1954: Births for July: Eighty-three babies were born in Cullman County during July. Boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sinyard, J.E. Weissend, Carl Teichmiller, Spencer Howard, M.C. Cleghorn,, C.L. Jerrolds, Alton F. Ray, T.R. Segroves, O.J. Latham, J.H. Fitzgerald,...

    ‘I’m glad we live in America’: Lynn hosts annual Fourth of July celebration

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    LYNN, Ala. – The Town of Lynn hosted its annual Fourth of July event Friday night at Lynn City Park, and there was plenty for everyone to enjoy. A trio of waterslides delighted children, and a crowd enjoyed the fireworks display later that night. It was the...

    Hanceville Pool closed over weekend for repairs

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Locals all over Cullman County will be hitting the water this Fourth of July weekend but unfortunately, they’ll have to wait a few days before they can return to the pool at C.W. Day Park in Hanceville. Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail reported...

    Mopars by the Lake car show raises funds for Secret Meals for Hungry Children

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Many children in Cullman rely heavily on free and reduced breakfasts and lunches five days a week; however, the weekend creates a nutritional gap leaving many children hungry when they return to school on Monday. Nonprofit Secret Meals for Hungry Children fills the...