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    More than 400 law enforcement officers injured in riots across U.S., 2 dead

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    UNITED STATES - The riots that have followed many peaceful protests across the country over the last several days have resulted in millions of dollars in damage and more than 9,000 arrests. They have also led to the deaths of at least two law...

    Business Note: Chamber seminar to shine light on workplace harassment

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    There’s hardly been a more relevant time to discuss workplace harassment, and the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce wants to help you be more informed on the topic. HR managers and employees alike will be able to do just that at a seminar on...

    ‘Voice of Hope’ Roy Nagle speaks at Relay For Life kick-off meeting

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – Relay For Life of Cullman County had its 2020 kick-off meeting Thursday. welcoming participants and guests to First Baptist Church in Cullman. Publicity Chair Gail Crutchfield shared, “We always have our kick-off meeting in January to kick off our fundraising for Relay...

    ‘Tell your story:’ Cullman Memorial Day observance encourages veterans to speak, others to listen

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    Members of the local Sons of the American Revolution chapter provided a very traditional color guard at Saturday’s Cullman County Memorial Day observance. (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - On Saturday morning, Cullman area veterans and family members gathered in the pavilion at Veterans’...

    Health care providers asked to report pulmonary illnesses that may be associated with vaping

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is joining other state health departments in requesting health care providers report any cases of suspected serious respiratory illness they treat among patients who use electronic cigarettes or other vaping devices. The Centers for Disease...

    Family establishes mental health fund in memory of Stephen Griffith

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    L-R: R.E. Garrison Trucking Co. President Donovan Lovell, S.F. Lovell, Cullman Area Mental Health Foundation President Rita Nicholas, Wiles Griffith, WellStone Behavioral Health COO and Foundation Treasurer Chris Van Dyke (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - On July 17, 2017, Cullman Attorney Stephen K....

    Local 5-Year-Old Raising Money for Diabetic Alert Dog

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    Activity, excitement, heat and anxiety all cause big changes in the body’s blood sugar, which are things that happen to a 5-year-old all the time so he has to be constantly monitored.” Charity Taylor, Lucas’ Mother CULLMAN – Meet the adorable 5-year-old Lucas Hembree. He may...

    (Update) 2 children, ages 9 and 3, found murdered near Baileyton; mother arrested

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    Updated 10-12-19 at 6:30 p.m. BAILEYTON, Ala. - Two children were found murdered at a residence along the 4000 block of County Road 1718 near Baileyton Saturday afternoon. Authorities say the children's mother has been arrested. A visibly distraught Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry addressed the...

    Four Cullman residents arrested for public intoxication

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - During the early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 18, four Cullman residents on a golf cart were pulled over by a Cullman County Sheriff’s deputy travelling down CR 1435, though they were originally spotted traveling down Eva Road in Cullman. The CCSO...

    Latest County Commission meeting a busy one

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    CULLMAN - The Cullman County Commission came together on Tuesday morning for a regularly-scheduled meeting. First up was a public hearing for resident Edith Bullard Thompson and resolution 2016-25 – Vacation of a portion of County Road 97 in which the commission considered a request...