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    Vinemont Farmers and Makers Market coming May 11

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    VINEMONT, Ala- The Town of South Vinemont has been busy in the past weeks preparing for its inaugural Farmers and Makers Market, to be...

    SBP Drama puts on ‘Wonderland!’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - On April 27 and 28, Saint Bernard Prep’s Drama Department put on “Wonderland!,” an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in...

    ‘It’s a community garden in every sense’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The southwest side of Cullman is a bustling, densely populated residential area. One lot on the corner of Logan Street Southwest...

    FAITH: Elements Health & Wellness Spa dedicates business to Christ

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    The owner of Elements Health & Wellness Spa said she felt a calling to publicly dedicate her business to Jesus Christ – so she...

    Files from yesteryear: 1905, 1935

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    From the files of 1905 The Ladies Symphony and a number of friends met at the M.L. Robertson home on the 27th. Presenting the program...

    Dodge City MX Park hosting ‘Biggest Allstar Showdown in the South’ April 27-28

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    BREMEN, Ala. - Dodge City Motocross is gearing up for the "Biggest Allstar Showdown in the South," an AMA-sanctioned motocross event set to take...

    FAITH: Temple Baptist Church hosting ‘Ring of Fire Around You’ Women’s Conference April 27

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    Temple Baptist Church is set to host the “Ring of Fire Around You” Women's Conference on Saturday, April 27, from 8:30 a.m.-noon. Organized by...

    WSCC: ‘Spring Under the Stars’ concert set for April 25

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Wallace State Community College’s Fine and Performing Arts Programs will host the fourth annual Spring Under the Stars concert on Thursday,...

    Files from yesteryear: 1918, 1938

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    From the files of 1918 Mrs. John Lewis and children, of Birmingham, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Linton. Colonel and Mrs....

    Sacred Heart of Jesus Church celebrating 150 years in Cullman

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – On April 9, 2024, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church will celebrate 150 years of ministry to Cullman and its surrounding...

    Files from yesteryear: 1936, 1950

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    From the files of 1936 The Cullman County High School was closed on April 1, 1936, due to lack of funds. Mrs. Oldacre spoke to...

    40th annual Bloomin’ Festival coming April 20-21

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    CULLMAN, Ala. -  The 40th annual Bloomin’ Festival will take place April 20-21, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day on the grounds of St....

    Files from yesteryear: 1951

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    From the files of 1951 North Walter News Mr. and Mrs. Leak Hosey, of Akron, Ohio, were the Wednesday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs....

    TheraPlay hosting sensory-friendly Easter event

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - TheraPlay Pediatric Sensory Gym is hosting a unique Easter celebration tailored to meet the needs of individuals with varying abilities and...

    Op-Ed: Bones and Barrels is a vibe – you should run this race

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    Bones and Barrels is one of the most underrated trail races you will find. Zombie Trail Races, a local running company, hosts seven of these...

    Files from yesteryear: 1951

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    From the files of 1951 New Harmony News Charley Benefield was buried at New Home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carmon Maze spent last week with relatives...

    Get your honky-tonk on at The Saw Mill

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - What started out as a one-man woodworking shop nestled in Cullman’s Jerry Parker’s backyard is now known across the county and...

    Op-Ed: ‘Are we as women safe to run alone? Are we safe alone, period?’

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    Over the last two years, there has been a heightened number of attacks on female runners, which begs the question — are we safe...

    Files from yesteryear: 1937

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    From the files of 1937 Marriages: August 26, S.S. Abbott, 59, to Mollie Murray, 50. August 27, Otice L. Jones, 20, to Sarah Tankersley, 21. August 28, Meredith...

    Hope Horses celebrates 10 years

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Local nonprofit Hope Horses, Inc. celebrated 10 years of serving the community this week, welcoming the community to a ribbon cutting...

    Files from yesteryear: 1937

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    From the files of 1937 The State of Alabama owns 4,221 buildings. The appraised value of these buildings, including  contents, is $36,079,850. This property is...

    WSCC: Broadway Night set for Feb. 15

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Students in Wallace State Community College's Fine and Performing Arts programs are gearing up for the annual Broadway Night, scheduled on...

    The Crossing hosting ‘Raise a Hallelujah’ benefit singing 

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    FAIRVIEW, Ala. - On Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024, The Crossing will holding its  Raise a Hallelujah” benefit singing at Fairview Methodist Church.   The Crossing is...

    Unsheltered International 1 step closer to completing ‘The Village’ 

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    JONES CHAPEL, Ala. - With the property graded and staked, Unsheltered International is one step closer to opening its tiny home housing project, “The...

    Vinemont Bunny Trail coming this Easter 

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    VINEMONT, Ala. - The Town of South Vinemont unveiled a new addition to its Christmas celebrations in 2023: a tinsel trail around the perimeter...

    Files from yesteryear: 1950

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    From the files of 1950 Arthur Jack Hyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Hyatt of Cullman graduated with honors from Florence State Teachers College. Mrs....

    United Way hosting 2nd annual ‘Spread the Love’ communitywide food drive, requesting drop-off locations 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – With dwindling stocks at local food banks, the United Way of Cullman County has stepped in for its second annual “Spread...

    ‘It was a door that needed to be opened’ 

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    Cullman Lions Club has first female member   CULLMAN, Ala. – Some residents may only know the Cullman Lions Club as the “people at the fair,”...

    ‘Don’t worry, Pour Happy’: Mobile bartending service on the move in Cullman 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Mixologists Christine Chamblee and Broc Malcom are no strangers to curating craft cocktails. As favorites behind local bars 412 Public House...

    3rd annual Christian Hart Memorial Cornhole Tournament set for Feb. 3  

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    VINEMONT, Ala. - Christian Hart will always be remembered as a sports-loving, funny, vivacious 12-year-old Vinemont student. The third annual Christian Hart Memorial Cornhole...

    Half Shell Oyster House to open in Cotton Creek Warehouse 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – One of the top seafood restaurants in the Southeast is coming to Cullman. Half Shell Oyster House, “where Southern cuisine meets...

    Introducing ‘Cullman Today’ weekday news broadcast 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman Today, originally a popular Facebook page, has been relaunched as a news broadcast of the same name that will run...

    United Way hosts largest Business Alliance Breakfast to date 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The scene was buzzing on Thursday morning at East Side Baptist Church as people poured into the fellowship hall for the...

    Files from yesteryear: 1933, 1952

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    From the files of 1933 Mrs. J.E. Pierce and son, Leroy of Cullman, spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Nesmith at...

    Relay For Life kicking off Jan. 18 to gear up for April events 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. –  Relay For Life of Cullman County, known for hosting an annual event dedicated to raising funds and awareness for cancer research,...

    United Way hosting Business Alliance Breakfast Jan. 11 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The United Way of Cullman County is set to host its annual Business Alliance Breakfast at East Side Baptist Church on...

    Rushforth Family Care: New practice bringing holistic medical care to whole family

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Dr. Tyler Rushforth said he and his team of health care providers at Rushforth Family Care are committed to following a...

    Realistic resolutions: Goal setting with Linda Stone 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – In the digital age there is no shortage of “new year, new me” posts circulating in the days following Jan. 1....

    Local business spotlight: Cullman Marble & Granite

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    “Memorials of Quality since 1910” is the motto emblazoned in stone on the front of Josh Eddleman’s business, one of Cullman’s oldest – rivaled...

    SPOTLIGHT: Food trucks of Cullman

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    The Street Kitchen Hannah Chambers is no stranger to working in a fast-paced kitchen. After working as a short-order cook at her aunt’s cafe for...

    Local stylist holding ‘Vitals for Victims’ hygiene drive  

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The National Domestic Violence Hotline reports that over one in three women and one in four men in the U.S. have...

    A life filled with service is a life filled with love 

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    “Hurt people, hurt people” is a motto that Lisa Holmes has lived by her entire life. Holmes knew from a young age that she...

    Author spotlight: Caris Snider  

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    Speaker and author Caris Snider’s ability to paint pictures out of words woven together and deliver comfort to those who are struggling is truly...

    Files from yesteryear: 1951

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    From the files of 1951 Oak Level News Reverend J.S. Shults filled his appointment here on Sunday and Sunday night. Mrs. Loy Hinkle, Freida and Frances, attended...

    Celebrate the New Year locally 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – With so many fantastic restaurants and bars in Cullman, there’s plenty of opportunity to ring in 2024 while supporting local businesses....

    Polar bears taking plunge in the New Year for Meals on Wheels & More  

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    DECATUR, Ala. - The 2024 New Year’s Day Polar Bear Plunge is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 1, 2024, at noon. The annual event will...

    Tour European wines with Gervais & Lulu

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - A new experience for choosing wine is available to the residents of Cullman County. Gervais & Lulu started with a dream...

    Local business spotlight: Pierce & Petal  

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    Ever a familiar face when stopping into Southern Accents and Architectural Antiques, Heather Gudger is a woman with an eye for detail. When the...

    Volunteer spotlight: Waid Harbison 

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    When Waid Harbison took the position as executive director of the United Way of Cullman County, he had one goal: to give back and...

    ‘Spreading Christmas cheer, 365 days a year!’ 

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    Alabama author hosts storytime at Hanceville Public Library  HANCEVILLE, Ala. – The Hanceville Public Library’s children's area was packed Wednesday morning for a few reasons:...

    Music City Strings comes to Christkindlmarkt 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The young violinists of semi-professional Music City Strings donned their best period yuletide apparel and braved the chilly winds to deliver...

    ‘The officers are just as excited as the kids’ 

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    Shop with a Cop 2023  CULLMAN, Ala. – There seemed to be a uniformed officer down nearly every aisle on Saturday morning at Cullman’s south...

    TheraPlay hosting sensory-friendly Santa event this Saturday 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Photos with Santa are a trademark of the Holiday season, with bustling malls with bright fluorescent lighting, excited chatter and laughter...

    Senior spotlight: Remembering ‘Rowdy’ Ruby Elsberry 

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Hanceville Senior Center is a bit less rowdy these days as the “rowdiest of the bunch,” Ruby Elsberry, passed away...

    Have a holly jolly Christmas with Snead’s Farmhouse Dec. 9 

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    VINEMONT, Ala. - If they’re not out already, break out the boots, jackets and gloves, because it’s almost time for Christmas on the Farm...

    ‘I have always had a passion for the people, their stories and their timepieces’ 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – With decades in the business and hundreds of restored timepieces under his belt, Michael Taylor is beyond a tinkerer, and no...

    How to ‘sleigh’ your holiday card

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    AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. — The holiday-card season is here. Soon, mailboxes will be filled with greetings and warm wishes. When it comes to making...

    Christmases past: Basch family tree lives on   

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – For 44 years, the sight of a giant, spinning tree glowing in a window greeted motorists as they entered Cullman from...

    Veteran spotlight: William Carter 

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    In celebration of Veterans Day, Tribune reporter Cayla Grace Murphy sat down with veterans at Cullman’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2214 for rapid-fire...

    Cullman Ballet Theatre School to perform ‘The Nutcracker’ Dec. 2-3

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman Ballet Theatre School is gearing up for its third annual “Nutcracker” performance Dec. 2-3 at Hartsell High School. Owner and Instructor...

    Karma’s Express opens on Main Ave.

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Karma’s Coffee House has officially thrown its hat in the ring of food trucks serving the Cullman area with its newest...

    Sportsman Lake Winter Wonderland officially open for season  

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The 21st annual Sportsman Lake Winter Wonderland is officially open for the holiday season (see days and hours below). The ribbon...

    Gamer Geeks hosting free community Thanksgiving meal 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Thanksgiving is a season of gratitude, family and feasting, but while many are slicing sweet potato pies and arguing with family...

    2023 Festival of Trees begins Dec. 3

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – It’s fall and the trees have our full attention! Phyllis Hain, volunteer consultant for the Cullman Tree Commission, stated, “As my...

    HAY Mamas hosting Christmas Bazaar this Saturday at Agriplex 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – In the hustle and bustle of holiday season and in a culture seemingly focused on instant gratification, a group called HAY...

    Behind the Rack Consignment sale coming to Cullman Nov. 16-18 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Heather Stewart and her consignment sale, Behind the Rack Consignment, had been offering deep discounts on high-quality secondhand children’s items in...

    ‘They pay it back tenfold’ 

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    Find your next best friend at the animal shelter  CULLMAN, Ala. - The Tribune has run its Pet of the Week feature with the Cullman...

    Designer Bag Bingo brings in more than $30K for United Way 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Laughter hung in the air as hundreds of women filled into The Venue at Cotton Creek on Thursday evening, Nov. 9,...

    ‘The Nutcracker’ to be performed at Wallace State Nov. 17-19

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Wallace State Community College's Allegro Dance Theatre will partner with Ballet South and the Cullman Community Young Singers to present the...

    Files from yesteryear: 1936, 1950

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    From the files of 1936 Joe C. Sapp spent Monday in Birmingham. Coroner J. Grady Moss has a sprained ankle. Professor and Mrs. Joe Ray, of Hanceville,...

    Cullman’s 33rd annual Christmas Open House Nov. 10-12

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - When the Hay People disappear and the Cullman County Veterans Day Celebration is over, Cullman locals know that can only mean...

    ‘We just wanted to honor our veterans past and present’ 

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    West Elementary fifth-grade class entertains veterans at Active Adult Center   CULLMAN, Ala. – A hundred or more lined into the Donald E. Green Active Adult...

    The Link recognizes volunteers, kicks off giving season 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. –  Guests were greeted by a visual display of statistics celebrating The Link of Cullman County’s achievements as its annual gala kicked...

    Locals embark on Farm-City Bus Tour  

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Local participants had the chance to get up close and personal with   some of Cullman’s agritourism farms on Wednesday, Nov. 1, as...

    Files from yesteryear: 1954

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    From the files of 1954 Mrs. Cecil Looney, of Geraldine, was the guest last week of Mrs. Lois Weeks. Mrs. Weeks returned home with her...

    Caring for Cullman Concert: ‘This is a huge event for us’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Hundreds walked through the doorways of Northbrook Baptist Church on Tuesday evening, Oct. 24, for Good Samaritan Health Clinic’s (GSHC’s) signature...

    WSCC Alumni accepting reservations for “To Kill a Mockingbird” performance

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Alumni Association is accepting reservations for a planned trip to Huntsville to see Harper Lee’s “To...

    Victim Services raises over $30K at Masquerade Ball

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The lights of Loft 212 twinkled and reflected off countless beaded gowns and feathered masks Thursday evening, Oct. 19, as Victim...

    Files from yesteryear: 1904, 1954

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    From the files of 1904 Miss Annie McConnell has returned to her studies in Tuscaloosa. Mrs. Joseph Rudder returned Wednesday from an extended visit in Knoxville. Captain...

    Best in show

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    Local teen shines at 17th Annual Mr. Painterman ‘Rhythms of Color’ Art Fest & Student Art Competition  CULLMAN, Ala. – Hundreds poured into The Harbert...

    Nightmares on the streets of Cullman

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Halloween- a day of the year when candy is handed out freely, knocking on a stranger's door is encouraged and nobody...

    Dodge City Tattoo Company sees hundreds at Halloween and Horror Art Market

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    DODGE CITY, Ala. – While many local tattoo shops boast Friday the 13th specials for flash art and piercings, Dodge City Tattoo Company has...

    ‘Murder on the Silver Screen’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. –  Hundreds poured into Stone Bridge Farms’ Browne Stone Centre dressed to the nines in three-piece suits and perfectly bedazzled gowns on...

    Local business spotlight: Infusion Wellness & SPA

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Infusion Wellness & SPA’s new brick-and-mortar location is open, and  although some offerings are familiar favorites, many are unique.  Owner/Operator Whitney Cheatham...

    ‘It ain’t your grandma’s Halloween market!‘

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    Dodge City Tattoo Company hosting 2nd annual Halloween & Horror Art Market  CULLMAN, Ala. – In the midst of trunk-or-treats and pumpkin patches, genuine Halloween...

    3Sixty Jeep Club offering ‘paw up’ this Halloween

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – As the community prepares for countless Halloween parties, trunk-or-treats and traditional trick-or-treating, one nonprofit is standing above the rest by not...

    J. Calvert Farms: Sunflower central

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    DODGE CITY, Ala. - Tucked into the small backroads of Dodge City, J. Calvert Farms is a small family owned farm that has been...

    Little blessings, big impact 

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    GOOD HOPE, Ala. — When you become a parent, countless decisions fall onto your plate. Which car   seat should you pick? Breastfeed or formula feed? Cloth diapers or disposables? As the adage says,   "You can do everything 'right' and they'll still eat the french fry off the minivan floor." Some choices   are fleeting, soon forgotten. Others, however, are momentous and merit thorough consideration.   Childcare stands out as a paramount decision. Who will watch your child while you work? Can they   offer the same tender care and affection you provide? For those fortunate to have Ashlee Wright and   Little Blessings Preschool as an option, the answer is a resounding "yes."   Founded in 2014, Little Blessings Preschool emerged from a mother's concerns. Wright said she sought   more than the status quo for her son's preschool experience. She envisioned an environment in which  her child wasn't just a statistic but could learn at his unique pace, free from the confines of   standardized education. Not finding a suitable establishment in her vicinity, Wright embarked on her   own journey, transforming her maternal aspirations into a thriving preschool.   Little Blessings, she explained, champions the Montessori philosophy, catering to infants and children   from 6 weeks to kindergarten. Wright and her team incorporate a Montessori-inspired curriculum,   emphasizing individual-paced learning.    "I don’t believe in standardized testing. I believe education should be fun. Education should not be just books and tablets....

    Local business spotlight: By Grace Beauty and Wellness

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – When Kayra Everett and Jen Woodard started the joint venture of opening an aesthetic and wellness salon, they were bound and...

    Haynes Farms brings services, sunshine to Cullman County

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    FAIRVIEW, Ala. - Whitney Haynes is a Fairview High School teacher, mother of six, cross-country coach and local business owner. She and her husband...

    Gotta catch ’em all: Gamer Geeks brings Pokémon tournaments to Cullman

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The air was rife with competitive edge as players of all ages settled in for a long night at Gamer Geeks...

    Oktoberfest in Cullman: Bridging Bavarian roots and Alabama traditions

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    CULLMAN, Ala. — As autumn leaves transition to golden hues, Cullman takes on a distinctly Bavarian atmosphere, embracing its roots in Oktoberfest, a renowned...

    Senior spotlight: Meet Angie Carter

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Meet local pageant queen, senior citizen advocate and community member Angie Carter. The Cullman Tribune recently sat down for a Q&A...

    ‘Mayberry Goes to Hee Haw’ again Oct. 26

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Hundreds of fans of classic family friendly comedy piled into the Betty Leeth Haynes Theatre at Wallace State Community College on...

    Cullman’s Little Free Pantry needs your help

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Even with the recent 1% drop in grocery tax, area food banks and free pantries are struggling to keep up with...

    Monograms Plus hosting ‘Girls Day Out’ this Saturday

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Monograms Plus, a cornerstone in Cullman for gift giving and treating yourself, is celebrating its 24th year of business by hosting...

    ‘We want people to leave here feeling positive about themselves!’

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    Golden Hour Studio opens   CULLMAN, Ala. – A trio of women has teamed up to empower others and make them comfortable in their own skin....

    Victoria’s Hope celebrates grand opening after 5 years

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - When Victoria’s Hope Thrift and Treasures was founded in 2018, founder April German was bound and determined to create a silver...

    Sweet Tater Festival returns to Smith Lake Park this weekend

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman’s signature agricultural Labor Day event, the Sweet Tater Festival, will take place this Labor Day weekend. The two-day event, scheduled...

    West Elementary community block party Aug. 31

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The West Elementary Parent Teacher Association is closing out the dog days of summer with a ton of fun in the...
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