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    Always remembered, never forgotten

    VINEMONT, Ala. -- A very special event for a very special person took place in Vinemont Saturday. The Vinemont Eagles Youth Football Association retired Christian Harts' no. 5 jersey before Saturday’s youth games in front of an emotional home crowd. The association decided to hold...

    Meet Oktoberfest 2019 Burgermeister Steve Moore

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Being Burgermeister of Cullman’s Oktoberfest celebration can be a hectic duty during the event, but Steve Moore, the city’s 2019 selection, may actually have to slow down a little to take on the task.  Moore, an Arkadelphia native and 1979 graduate of...

    In memory of Laura: Pre-sales needed for new GYN cancer awareness car tag in Alabama

    Laura Crandall Brown was just 25 years old when she passed away from ovarian cancer. Now, the foundation she helped start with her father, Jim Crandall, is trying to raise awareness and funds for those battling gynecological (GYN) cancers.  A new Accelerate the Fight Alabama...

    Never forget: 9/11 and the aftermath, by the numbers

    Eighteen years ago today, the United States came under direct attack by a foreign enemy in an attack some have called the Pearl Harbor of our generation. American Airlines Flight 11, carrying 76 passengers and a crew of 11, after being hijacked by members of...

    ‘I love Cullman. I love Oktoberfest. I give this my whole heart and soul.’

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Each year as fall approaches, Cullman residents look forward to seeing the colorful mums that provide beautiful and bold colors around town. It was the hope and passion of resident Pat Clemmons to bring festive color and charm to Cullman, especially...

    City of Cullman encourages participation in 2020 Census; door-to-door surveyors already at work

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The 2020 Census is still officially almost seven months away, but such a big undertaking cannot happen instantly. In preparation for the big push next March and April, census workers have already begun going door to door performing “address canvassing.” The U.S....

    Did ADEM withhold information on river contamination levels after June 6 Tyson/River Valley Ingredients spill?

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Black Warrior Riverkeeper (BWR), a north Alabama environmental organization on Wednesday posted to its Facebook page a large multi-page document found in an e-file on the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) website, containing detailed information about the June 6, 2019...

    Troop banners keep memories alive in Addison

    ADDISON, Ala. - Reminders of those who have sacrificed for our freedoms are currently on display throughout the Town of Addison. Images of area veterans are displayed on beautiful banners along the streets to honor those men and women who...

    Community rallying around friend, co-worker and animal rescuer

    Updated 7-10-19 12:40 p.m. CULLMAN, Ala. – It was Saturday morning June 29 when Chris Torrisi told his mother Nancy Thomas that he would be back in 30 minutes before he left their home in the Walter community to...

    Out on bond: What has ‘free bail’ meant for Cullman County?

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Since the institution of a federal judge’s injunction against Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry last fall, an injunction which requires him to “release all bail-eligible defendants on unsecured (non-monetary) appearance bonds,” the rate of suspects failing to show up for court...

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