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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

    PREP FOOTBALL: Cold Springs blasts Sumiton Christian on the road, 50-12

    SUMITON, Ala. – After edging Southeastern 34-33 a week ago to collect a big region win, the Cold Springs Eagles hit the road Friday night to face another region foe. This week, it was the Eagles of Sumiton Christian and Cold Springs had no...

    West Point Veterans Day Program held with a packed gym in attendance

    WEST POINT, Ala. - West Points’ Jim Boyd Gym was packed Wednesday morning with students excited to showcase their prepared songs and readings for the veterans in attendance for their Veterans Day program, which was predominantly student lead. Student council president Isaac Hoffpauir gave...

    Bringing out the best: Hanceville FUMC and other county churches going digital during social distancing

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – As churches around Cullman feel the strain of social distancing on their worship services, many are utilizing different livestreaming services to continue bringing worship and sermons to their home-bound congregations - some uploading services to YouTube or their church's website, others...

    CCBOE commissions new mural

    CULLMAN, Ala. - A new mural now graces the entrance to the Cullman County Board of Education building. The inspirational piece was painted by local artist Laura Walker and depicts students of all grades during their educational journey.   The CCBOE reached out to Walker in...

    Mythology comes alive at East Elementary School’s ‘Gallery Walk’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - A recent art project reached across history — and grade levels — at East Elementary School, as sixth graders brought their study of The Odyssey to life with a “Gallery Walk” which fourth graders were able to explore. Sixth grade teacher Laura...

    Arrests and incidents reported September 15, 2021

    CULLMAN, Ala. – Below are the arrests and incidents reported September 15, 2021. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear Cullman County Sheriff’s Office No incidents or arrests reported. Cullman Police Department Incidents September 13 identity theft; personfourth-degree theft of property; Wal-Mart; Olive...

    STATE TRACK MEETS: Saints, Lady Saints finish as 1A runners-up, state track & field wrap-up

    CULLMAN, Ala. – They had to work through a quick schedule to dodge the rain but when this year’s 1A-3A State track meet was over, St. Bernard’s boys and girls were both holding red maps. The Lady Saints finished behind Falkville after scoring 74 points and the boys...

    PREP FOOTBALL: Cold Springs falls to Tarrant late, 24-20

    BREMEN, Ala. - Cold Springs took on Tarrant on senior night Friday, and it was a crucial region game for the Eagles if they had any hopes of hosting a playoff game. Unfortunately, though, turnovers hurt them, and the Wildcats came back late to...

    PREP FOOTBALL: Joles’ overtime touchdown lifts Hanceville over Sumiton Christian

    SUMITON, Ala. -- The Hanceville Bulldogs traveled to Sumiton to take on the Sumiton Christian Eagles to kick off the 2019 season Friday night. A tale of two halves was the story in this game, but Hanceville wound up taking the game in overtime 32-26. The first quarter...

    Cullman City Council passes $182 million 2022 budget

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman City Council on Monday evening approved its fiscal year 2022 budget totalling $182,221,169 in projected expenses with equivalent revenues. The grand total almost doubled last year’s grand total of $93,833,075. The largest single operating fund, the General Fund, totaled...