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    CULLMAN, Ala. - “Feeding the Gulf Coast” (FGC) does not sound like an organization that would concern itself with north Alabama, but Outreach Senior Coordinator Carol Ann Hopper, who lives in the Cullman area and works at the agency’s Huntsville office, wants people to know the FGC’s services are available here and across the state.  Said Hopper, “We are...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - As the county takes precautions to protect residents and reduce the spread of COVID-19, many animal lovers are becoming concerned for the county's four-legged residents. Several areas across the country report that people are abandoning their pets or giving them up to shelters due to fears that they may be carriers for the disease, so The Tribune reached out to...
    HUNTSVILLE — The Alabama Department of Transportation advises motorists that contractor Wiregrass Construction will temporarily close the inside southbound lane of U.S. 31 north of Olive Street in Cullman for drainage work Monday, March 30, through Friday, April 10.   The drainage work is in preparation for nearly $1.3 million in improvements to the U.S. 31 and Olive Street...
    HANCEVILLE, Ala. – As churches around Cullman feel the strain of social distancing on their worship services, many are utilizing different livestreaming services to continue bringing worship and sermons to their home-bound congregations - some uploading services to YouTube or their church's website, others tuning in to their pastors' personal Facebook pages for sermons streamed live from their homes....
    CULLMAN, Ala. - As many healthcare workers across the nation struggle with shortages of sanitary face masks, some craft workers are using their skills to help combat the shortage and Cullman is no exception. Sharon Spiegle, a Cullman County resident, heard from workers at the Cullman Health Care Center that there was a shortage of masks, so she bought fabric, elastic cord, and...
    BAILEYTON, Ala. – Since June 2018, the Parkside Outreach Program (POP), a 501(c)3 organization, has been supporting Baileyton and surrounding communities with a food pantry funded purely from food donations and funds raised from the organization’s thrift store inside the A&D Motors Baileyton location. The Tribune spoke with POP Manager Debbie Humphries to learn more on the organization. “Our...
    CULLMAN, Ala.- Inside Lavish Boutique in Cullman’s Warehouse District, shoppers are sure to find beautiful clothes and accessories, sweet fragrances and perhaps some divine inspiration. Near the back of the boutique hangs a simple, yet heartwarming prayer wall where people can take or leave prayer requests. As the Covid-19 situation continues, the prayer wall is a great example of why Cullman is...
    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. -- Wednesday marks two weeks since the doors began closing to visitors at assisted living and nursing home facilities throughout Cullman County and the State of Alabama. Administrators and staff of facilities in Cullman have been working especially hard to help ease the minds of their residents by finding creative ways to keep them active and in communication with...
    HANCEVILLE, Ala.- It was a gorgeous afternoon for a city council meeting. The Hanceville City Council met Thursday for their regularly scheduled council meeting and in keeping with the guidelines set forth by Governor Kay Ivey, Mayor Kenneth Nail decided to hold the meeting outside with all in attendance carefully spaced six feet apart.  Friday morning at the Hanceville...
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. - On Thursday afternoon, Gov. Kay Ivey issued a supplemental State of Emergency notice as she and State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey announced that all schools will remain closed through the remainder of the school year. Mackey stated that online and take-home resources will be used to continue students’ education and that the school year has been extended...

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