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    Rumors Deli opens dining room, challenging ‘Safer at Home Order’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - After a month and a half of business limited to a drive-through window, and thinking of fellow restaurateurs who do not even have that, Annette Harris opened the dining room at Rumors Deli Wednesday, knowing that doing so would put her...

    Going farm to table: Dreher’s serving up natural goodness

    Correction: The Tribune originally stated the cattle are "grain-fed." They are "grass-fed." CULLMAN, Ala. - Fresh local veggies have arrived at Dreher’s, where Head Chef Braxton Taylor is making the idea of “farm to table” a reality in his kitchen. He sat down with...

    Bringing out the Best: Local company cleaning playgrounds for free

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Hygenix CSR in Cullman has been giving back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering free playground sanitation to municipalities, schools and churches. Owner Kenny Fisher and employee Isaac Holmes were hard at work Friday morning cleaning the playgrounds...

    Inland Building Systems, HomTex donate thousands of masks

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Area nursing homes, Cullman City Schools and local food banks are receiving new protective DreamFit masks thanks to a generous donation from Inland Building Systems, part of Schulte Building Systems, Inc. and local textile manufacturer HomTex. Inland purchased $10,000 worth of the...

    Cullman Savings Bank supports, highlights local businesses with new program

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The COVID-19 shutdown has adversely affected businesses across the country, and Cullman is certainly no exception. From outright closures to social distancing cutbacks, many local businesses have felt the impact. Cullman Savings Bank (CSB) hopes to “flatten the curve” of economic...

    ‘We are going to make it!’ Retail stores set to open back up Thursday at 5 p.m.

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Local retailers were given the green light Tuesday morning by Governor Kay Ivey to reopen their doors beginning Thursday, April 30 at 5 p.m. Under the State’s new Safer at Home Order, retailers can open, but must follow the following rules: Emergency maximum...

    Mustard Seed Nursery hopes to be in new building June 1

    CULLMAN, Ala. – Mustard Seed Nursery excitedly announced April 22, 2020 its new building is moving closer to completion. The Tribune spoke with owner Sandy Walker to learn more on the move and how the business has fared recently. “We had an electrical fire in the...

    For Goodness Cakes: New bakery opens in SW Cullman

    CULLMAN, Ala. - April 1 was supposed to be the ribbon cutting and grand opening at For Goodness Cakes in Cullman. Jazz Johnson is the owner and baker of the new custom cake shop, and COVID-19 put her entrepreneurial skills to the test. With...

    Bringing out the Best: Generous donation helps Rumors Deli share meals across community

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Dr. Ginger Holt, a surgeon in Nashville, often visits her hometown of Cullman and makes regular stops to treat herself at Rumors Deli. On a recent visit, though, she was the one doing the treating, presenting owner Annette Harris with a...

    Busy Bee Cafe reopens for takeout orders with limited menu

    CULLMAN, Ala. - After closing March 21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Busy Bee Cafe has announced that as of April 20, it is now open for takeout orders. Until full business hours are reinstated, the cafe will be open from 10 a.m.-2...

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