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      Shoot for a Cure 9th Annual 3D Archery Shoot June 18-19 at Camp David in Cullman County, located south of Jones Chapel on County Road 940. Saturday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday starting at 8 a.m. with breakfast and devotion prior to the shoot. Door prizes and silent auction. Call 256-338-6652 or 256-338-6650 for more information. Sponsored by Circle of...
    HANCEVILLE - The Wallace State Community College Fine and Performing Arts department announces its new ArtsKids program for area students in grades 3-8. The first session, SingKids! will be held during Fall 2017 semester. “ArtsKids is a new outreach program offered through our Fine and Performing Arts programs to give area students an introduction to performance and studio arts,” said...
    At its meeting Tuesday evening, the Colony Town Council heard about plans for its second Summer Enrichment Program and took the next step toward securing a community storm shelter. (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) COLONY - At its meeting Tuesday evening, the Colony Town Council heard about plans for its second Summer Enrichment Program and took the next step toward...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman County Animal Shelter Volunteer Donna Ruttkay introduces The Cullman Tribune (Bonus) Pet of the Week: Lily is a 2-year-old boxer mix who was surrendered by her owner who can no longer care for her. She’s a lively medium- to high-energy pet who’s not fond of shelter life. She enjoys the shelter’s large yard and craves opportunities...
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    Cullman Tribune file photo HANCEVILLE - “I’m here to sound the alarm!” said Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail at Thursday night’s Hanceville City Council meeting. Hanceville Fire and Rescue battled two structure fires Wednesday and into the early morning hours of Thursday, and the mayor said there is a serious shortage of volunteer manpower. “This is a problem. The problem isn’t just...
    GOOD HOPE, Ala. -- After earning the opportunity to start under center for the Good Hope Raiders in 2019, Tanner Malin put up huge numbers through the air and on the ground as he helped lead the Raiders to an 8-2 record and another trip to the postseason. Because of that performance, Malin has now earned another opportunity. The local standout received...
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    Left to right: Hanceville Mayor Pro Tem Jimmy Sawyer, Councilman Charles Wilson, Councilwoman Kim Brown, Councilwoman Sharon Porter and Councilman Justin Pruett. Porter was presented a plaque for her service. The plaque read, "Presented to Councilor Sharon Porter. May your flame continue to burn bright wherever you are. Thank you for your dedicated service, given with optimism, ingenuity, and a...
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    A recent rehearsal for "Shrek: The Musical" CULLMAN - After last year’s “Beauty and the Beast,” Cullman High School Theatre (CHST) chose to stick with the animation adaptation idea, but has taken a decidedly different twist on the fairy tale genre with “Shrek: The Musical.”  The production will run Mar. 23-25 in the Cullman High School auditorium. “We have to choose...
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    CULLMAN - The group is still in its infancy, but the North-Central Alabama Young Democrats (NCAYD) are already making a name for themselves locally in Cullman, Walker and Blount counties, the three areas they represent, and statewide within the Alabama Young Democrats chapter. NCAYD hosted a Community Fun Day on Sunday at Sportsman Lake in Cullman, where they served up...
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    CULLMAN - Local educator Cherrelle Fancher’s business is expanding, both space- and service-wise. Fancher Education and Tutoring Services recently moved into a larger space that will function as a full-on educational center. This is in addition to the launch of Fancher’s new extended day program, E2, or (E)xtended (E)ducation in Cullman.           “This is the most perfect space I could have...