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    Snead’s Farmhouse hosting book tour event this weekend

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Judy Snead of Snead's Farmhouse and Deitra Deal will be doing a reading of their new children’s book, “It Takes Two to Make a Farm go Right” at Cullman Health and Rehab center on December 3 at 2:00 p.m. Deitra is...

    ‘Humbug! A Christmas Carol’ returns to The Princess Theatre!

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    DECATUR, Ala. - Bank Street Players have announced their return to the Princess Theatre Stage with latest production of, “Humbug! A Christmas Carol.” After a long 18-month absence during the pandemic, the lights will illuminate the stage once more as one of Decatur’s favorite...

    Local author, Natasha Noel, debuts children’s book: ‘The Booger Boy’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman resident Natasha Noel has recently published her first children’s book. She has signed with U.S.-based publisher, Words Matter Publishing, a small publisher who believes in working one-on-one with their authors, immediately saw potential and subsequently offered Noel a contract. From...

    5th Annual Bernard Blues and BBQ sees another successful year

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – The 5th Annual Bernard Blues and BBQ took place Sat-Sun, Oct. 30-31. Friends of Saint Bernard, along with faculty, staff and students, braved the cold rain on Saturday to support the works of talented artist and craftsmen from across the Southeastern...

    Cullman High School Theatre sweeps 2021 Trumbauer district competition

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman High School Theatre on Saturday swept the District 3 competition of the Alabama Conference of Theatre’s Walter Trumbauer High School Theatre Festival with its production of “Over the River and Through the Woods,” qualifying the team to compete for state...

    Cullman Community Theatre announces their 2022 production

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman Community Theatre (CCT) has made its first formal announcement of the 2022 season, stating, “We are so excited to announce our first show of the 2022 season and our 2nd Annual CCT Dinner Theatre, ‘Arsenic & Old Lace’!” Performances will...

    An in-depth guide to local fall fun

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    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. - Fall is finally here and with it are many fun seasonal events! From craft shows to fall festivals, there are a range of things going on around town, for families and friends of all ages. Nightmare in Vinemont - Oct. 22...

    Local author to debut second book at Hanceville festival

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    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Hanceville Public Library has announced local writer Greg Burden will feature his second book at the 30th Annual Mud Creek Marching Festival. The book is titled “Hanceville, The First 150 Years.” Also available will be Burden’s first book, “Blount Springs, Fountain of Youth”, which details the history of...

    Editorial: High School marching bands—Cullman’s pride and joy

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    Last weekend, the City of Cullman was bustling as Oktoberfest celebrations were happening in Depot Park and the Cullman County Fair Parade made its way through town. While both were beautifully organized and tons of fun, it was the annual event taking place Saturday...

    ‘The world needs more music’

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    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. - Several Cullman County band programs received a very pleasant surprise Thursday from State Representative Randall Shedd. The Vinemont, Holly Pond, Fairview and Hanceville bands each received $5000 for their programs.  The news came as a total surprise. According to Vinemont director...