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    CULLMAN – Today, most people's lives are quite busy. Their minds and hands are constantly doing something, which is generally a good thing, except when they are driving. Driving requires a foot, two hands and a clear mind. For some it can be incredibly hard to not talk on their cell phone or reply to a text, disregarding the...
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    For couples who are struggling with why God would not let them have children, we think the better question to ask is what children has God already prepared for you to have? Be open to what God wants to do in your life and trust in Him and His provision for those who love Him.” Josh Pendergrass   DODGE CITY - Pastor...
    Updated 6-12-19 6:52 p.m. CULLMAN, Ala. - Hanceville area resident Glen Leon Yarbrough, 78, on Wednesday was found guilty of one count of sexual abuse of a child less than 12 years old. The conviction stems from accusations brought forth in 2018 for incidents that occurred during the victim's childhood in the 1980s.  Alabama has no statute of limitations for...
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    For a ticket price of $10, guests received hot, homemade chili, a grilled cheese sandwich and a drink, along with a handmade pottery bowl to take home. (Christy Perry for The Cullman Tribune) CULLMAN, Ala. -  First United Methodist Church Cullman was overflowing Monday night at the 16th annual Empty Bowls of Cullman County Chili Dinner event. More than 1,000...
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    Updated 7:30 p.m.: According to Cullman County Schools Transportation/Safety Director Jeffrey D. Harper, one of the two people taken to CRMC this morning was a student. The student was released immediately from CRMC. At the time of the incident, there were four students and one aide on the school bus, along with the bus driver. The identity of the other...
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    COLD SPRINGS- For everything there is a beginning and The Cullman Tribune was on hand to witness what may be the beginning of a great relationship with Olympic gold medalist Willie Smith and the Cold Springs Youth Football Association as Smith held his speed and agility camp on the campus of Cold Springs High School. “We should have done this...
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    Alabama Highway 157’s “bridges to nowhere” could soon have somewhere to go; road construction is slated to begin in November 2019. (Maggie Darnell for The Cullman Tribune) MONTGOMERY - The Alabama Department of Transportation’s (ALDOT) five-year plan for the period from Oct. 1, 2018 through Sept. 30, 2023 includes 15 projects at nine locations in Cullman County; most notably, for...
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    CULLMAN – Chief Edward Reinhardt at the Cullman City Fire Department has requested to purchase new fire rescue equipment from the HGAC bid list. The Cullman City Council voted on this request last night at the City Hall meeting and granted approval. One request was to purchase, on the HGAC bid list, a 2014 Medical Rescue Unit from Sunbelt Fire...
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    More than 1,000 square feet of Goat Island Brewing’s floor had to be taken up to put in a new reinforced floor with drainage for the new equipment.  (Photo courtesy Mike Mullaney) CULLMAN - Goat Island Brewing, Cullman’s hometown brewery, known for its revival of an original 19th century Richter’s Saloon recipe, among other popular flavors, is currently undergoing a...
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    CULLMAN – Starting around 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, people participating in Serra Visser Nissan’s Easter Extravaganza will receive Facebook messages giving them their first hint on where their first destination is. This will start the competitors off on a trip around the city of Cullman, throughout which will involve numerous local businesses.  Keith Rudder, a sales professional at...