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Thursday, December 8, 2022

    A link to the ‘Old Country’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - New owners of A Touch of German, Judith and John Caples, say the store is a link to the ‘Old Country.’ “My heart was calling me to be here,” said Judith Caples, who was born in Germany and raised by her German...

    Cullman’s Keith Twitty earns CLCP designation

    AREA safety manager Michael Kelley, left, and AREA president and CEO Fred Braswell, right, congratulate Keith Twitty, center, on his recent Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP) designation. MONTGOMERY - Keith Twitty of Cullman, who works as a safety specialist with the Alabama Rural Electric Association...

    South Plaza site plans approved by Cullman City Planning Commission

    CULLMAN - On Monday evening the Cullman City Planning Commission met before a larger than normal crowd to consider eight subdivision measures and three site plans.  The largest item on the agenda was the site plan for the new South Plaza shopping center, to...

    ADOL issues reminders regarding teen employment

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – As summer approaches, the Alabama Department of Labor is reminding employers of the regulations associated with employing teen workers. As many businesses struggle to find a sufficient number of employees, some may turn to teen workers to help fill the gap....

    Back in Business: Retail Revival in Downtown Hanceville

    W.C. Mann
    HANCEVILLE - When talking about what downtown Hanceville was like just a few years ago, a remarkable number of people have applied the same adjective: “dead.” There certainly were businesses around, and some doing well, but place after place in the business district sat...

    Real food. Real fast. Southern Eats.

    CULLMAN - Life in the 21st century is hectic. 40-plus-hour work weeks followed up by chauffeuring kids to ball practice and the daily homework battle leave parents exhausted, frazzled and willing to make fast food dinner choices for their families even though Mom and...

    Strike! Cullman Bowling Center open again

    CULLMAN, Ala. – Entertainment venues (e.g. arcades, theaters, bowling alleys) in Alabama were given the green light to re-open May 22 by Gov. Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris, subject to social-distancing and sanitation rules such as making sure patrons stay...

    Citizens Charity Classic raises $175K in 5 years for FCA

    GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. - Citizens Bank & Trust hosted its fifth annual Citizens Charity Classic Golf Tournament on Monday, May 6, 2019. Held at Gunter’s Landing Golf Club, the tournament again benefited Northeast Alabama Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), its beneficiary since the tournament’s inception....

    Harrison Outdoors debuts new name, location

    Harrison Outdoors employees Ricky Cone, customer service representative; Gaynell Partain, customer service representative; Patrick Stark, parts manager; Ross Harrison, owner; Chris Edmondson, service manager/technician and Alex Parker, technician, pose for a photo on Friday at the store’s new location. / Nick Griffin CULLMAN - Friday morning...

    North Cullman Jack’s redesigned to allow for better entry and exit

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The recently renovated Jack’s restaurant on Hwy 157 was rebuilt due to a scheduled review of each of the Jack’s Family Restaurant properties. The old building was an earlier prototype and project manager Dale Bright with St. John’s and Associates said...