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    Members of the local Sons of the American Revolution chapter provided a very traditional color guard at Saturday’s Cullman County Memorial Day observance. (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - On Saturday morning, Cullman area veterans and family members gathered in the pavilion at Veterans’ Memorial Park at Sportsman Lake for an early Memorial Day observance. The local posts of...
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    L-R: R.E. Garrison Trucking Co. President Donovan Lovell, S.F. Lovell, Cullman Area Mental Health Foundation President Rita Nicholas, Wiles Griffith, WellStone Behavioral Health COO and Foundation Treasurer Chris Van Dyke (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) CULLMAN - On July 17, 2017, Cullman Attorney Stephen K. Griffith lost his life to a man suffering from severe mental illness.  On Wednesday, Griffith’s...
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    Activity, excitement, heat and anxiety all cause big changes in the body’s blood sugar, which are things that happen to a 5-year-old all the time so he has to be constantly monitored.” Charity Taylor, Lucas’ Mother CULLMAN – Meet the adorable 5-year-old Lucas Hembree. He may look like a typical little brown-eyed boy, but there is something very, very different about...
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    CULLMAN - The Cullman County Commission came together on Tuesday morning for a regularly-scheduled meeting. First up was a public hearing for resident Edith Bullard Thompson and resolution 2016-25 – Vacation of a portion of County Road 97 in which the commission considered a request from Thompson for the vacating of a portion of County Road 97. County Engineer John...
    LATEST: https://www.cullmantribune.com/2019/05/26/update-troopers-release-name-of-12-year-old-victim-in-smith-lake-boating-accident/ Updated 5-25-19 10:16 p.m. CULLMAN, Ala. - A 12-year-old boy was killed in a boating accident on Smith Lake early Saturday evening. The incident happened near Goat Island. Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatick confirmed the fatality. The Alabama Marine Patrol (AMP) Division of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is expected to release more information regarding the tragic incident Sunday. Late...
    Updated 2-25-21 7:54 a.m. CULLMAN, Ala. – One person was killed and four injured in a three-vehicle crash at U.S. Highway 278 and Alabama Highway 69 in east Cullman County Wednesday afternoon. The wreck happened at approximately 2:45 p.m. Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick on Thursday morning identified the victim as Tracey Mabrey, 54, of Holly Pond. Cullman Police Traffic...
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    Photo: Fairview School students filled this pickup truck with more than 1,470 pounds of food for Cullman Caring for Kids as part of the National Ag Day celebration March 15   CULLMAN - The Cullman Farm City committee worked in tandem with the Cullman County Commission and Cullman County Schools Child Nutrition Program (CNP) recently to organize events to celebrate National...
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    This photo posted on Facebook appears to show a juvenile American alligator. SMITH LAKE - Residents and sport fishers around Smith Lake appear to be coming into increasing contact with alligators in the lake.  This could create problems for those folks, and not just from gator bites.  They could be breaking the law. On April 16, fishing guide Rex Chambers posted...
    Updated 10-5-19 at 11:48 p.m. Statement from ALEA Marine Patrol Division/Northern District: The body of Kelsey Starling, the missing passenger from a two-vessel crash July 4 at Smith Lake, was recovered today, Oct.5. Search efforts had resumed on Thursday, Oct. 3. Divers from Houston County Rescue Squad located what they believed to be Ms. Starling today in approximately 140 feet of water....
    CULLMAN, Ala. - With many public services being limited or closed down due to COVID-19 concerns, many people may worry about what they should do if their driver's licenses or car tags expire while the Cullman County Courthouse is closed or they are otherwise unable to renew them in person. To learn more about how people can take care...