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    VINEMONT, Ala. - Multiple agencies including fire departments from Vinemont-Providence, West Point, Falkville, Battleground, Cullman and Gold Ridge responded early Friday evening to a structure fire off U.S. Highway 31 just south of Hurricane Creek Park. The structure involved was a a large metal building once a large mulching business, now holding old wooden pallets, plastic bags and mulch. The...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) on Friday announced it has suspended search efforts to locate Kelsey Starling, missing on Smith Lake since an accident July 4.  Sgt. Chad Pate reported,“The search on Smith Lake has been suspended indefinitely.  There are some search operations planned for the future, but we...
    JASPER, Ala. - On Friday, the Sipsey Heritage Commission and Chandler Holdings, along with 40 individual property owners along the Mulberry and Sipsey Forks of the Black Warrior River, filed suit against Tyson Farms, Inc., River Valley Ingredients LLC, RVI Hanceville plant manager Jason Spann, American Proteins, Inc. and Hydraservice, Inc. The lawsuit stems from the Thursday, June 6, 2019...
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH) is expanding its Stepping Up Initiative, which establishes effective partnerships with law enforcement, local governmental entities, elected officials, mental health and health care providers, social service providers, courts and other partners, to meet the goal of decreasing the number of persons with mental illness and substance abuse in jails...
    CULLMAN, Ala. – Below are the arrests and incidents reported July 19, 2019. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear   Cullman County Sheriff’s Office No incidents or arrests reported.   Cullman Police DepartmentIncidentsJuly 18 fourth-degree theft of property; Wal-Mart; Hwy. 157; vacuum cleaner; $299   ArrestsJuly 18Walker, Jr. Jackie L., 23 FTA- fourth-degree receiving stolen property Neely, Zachary G., 38 fourth-degree...
    Updated 7-18-19 at 4 p.m.   CULLMAN, Ala. - Newk's Eatery is coming to Cullman. The restaurant will be opening in the former Dairy Queen building at 410 Second Ave. (U.S. Highway 31 North)   Susan Eller, with the Cullman Economic Development Agency, said, "Renovations on the building began this week and plans are to be open fall 2019."   Britt and Larry Smallwood, owners...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman County Animal Shelter volunteer Donna Ruttkay shared some great news: all of the dogs taken to last week’s 2nd Fridays downtown celebration were adopted!  Now, she shares a new canine friend with us as The Cullman Tribune Pet of the Week: Miss Bea is a beagle/bulldog mix who’s a little over a year old.  She’s a...
    CULLMAN, Ala. – Below are the arrests and incidents reported July 18, 2019. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear   Cullman County Sheriff’s OfficeIncidentsJuly 15 possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a controlled substance; CR 818 domestic violence; CR 1742 unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle; CR 728 violation of a protection order;...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) annual Sheriff’s Youth Leadership Academy (SYLA) is underway this week, and The Tribune talked with the CCSO and participants about what’s going on this time around. Lt. Rex Sorrow, who heads up SYLA, said, “We’ve got a really good class.  We’ve got 34 students, and everything’s been going really, really good. ...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - Not wanting to stay cooped up in their homes, chicken enthusiasts from around Cullman this week flocked to the North Alabama Agriplex for one of its Living Landscapes lectures, which focused on best practices for raising chickens, both casually and commercially. Rachel Dawsey, Agriplex director, and Landon Marks, regional extension agent for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, worked...

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