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    Baby boom! ‘Shot heard around Cullman’ revealed Jaxson and Lauren Earwood expecting baby boy

    The ‘shot heard around Cullman’ revealed that Jaxson and Lauren Earwood are expecting a baby boy, whom they have named Foster Kole CULLMAN, Ala. - It was a nice Sunday afternoon when the family of Jaxson and Lauren Earwood came out to celebrate with the...

    ‘I can’t say enough how it’s changed my life’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Saving Forgotten Warriors (SFW) announced last week its creation of the “800 Club,” a program to provide veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) an opportunity for a better life by giving them access to Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) shots, which...

    Human Trafficking: What is a Trafficking-Free Zone?

    Birmingham and Mountain Brook join Vestavia Hills in ‘Trafficking-Free Zone’ declarations  CULLMAN, Ala. - A day after the Cullman County Human Trafficking Task Force met with the Cullman City Council about a proclamation declaring the city a Trafficking-Free Zone, the cities of Birmingham and Mountain...

    Bicentennial blowout! Cullman celebrates 200 years of Alabama statehood

    CULLMAN, Ala. - On Saturday evening, Cullman joined communities across the state to celebrate 200 years of Alabama statehood. On Dec. 14, 1819, delegates in Huntsville signed the constitution to change Alabama from a territory to America’s 22nd state. Mrs. Mona Hopper served as Mistress...

    A shot at hope: Local businessman and philanthropist Apel donates $12K to launch PTSD program with Saving Forgotten Warriors

    “You know, $800 can change, and may even save, a veteran’s life.” Col. Ken Brown CULLMAN, Ala. – According to local Vietnam veteran and veterans advocate, retired Col. Ken Brown, each day 22 veterans commit suicide in the United States. A new treatment for post-traumatic...

    Mr. Harwood goes to Washington: ‘I really appreciated more than ever what it means to be an American’

    ARAB, Ala. - When we first met Arab resident Randy Harwood, he had just learned that one of his dreams would be coming true. He was one of the 100 volunteers in the country chosen to help decorate the White House for Christmas. He...

    ‘I have enjoyed my time here’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - On Wednesday, the City of Cullman said an official farewell to Rick Fulmer, its Building, Planning and Zoning director of the last 17 years. Friends and coworkers past and present gathered at city hall for a reception food, fellowship, a lot...

    Exclusive: Duck River Reservoir level to be lowered for inspection of dam

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman Power Board, which oversees the Duck River Reservoir, is preparing to lower the water level--which is already down slightly due to a recent lack of rain--to allow inspection of the face of the dam for leaking issues which began...

    Miracle at 30,000 feet: Vinemont veteran survives stroke on flight, promotes awareness and response

    VINEMONT, Ala. - Stroke is the fifth most common cause of death in the United States, and one Cullman County veteran who survived an incident with circumstances being called miraculous is spreading the word to help others know how to recognize and respond to...

    Paradise lost: 1989 Fairview graduate survives Hurricane Dorian, working to help other survivors, refugees

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Great Guana Cay, Bahamas is a narrow islet of the Abaco Islands and also where Cullman County native and 1989 Fairview graduate Dwight Aldridge has called home for the past 12 years. He and his neighbors knew Hurricane Dorian was headed...

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