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    CULLMAN - Below are the arrests reported for June 14. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear Cullman County Sheriff’s Office Burgett, Christopher Allen, 35 probation violation- second-degree assault Childers, Joseph Matthew, 34 probation violation- obstruction- using a false ID Davenport, Luther Lee, 31 judge’s order- writ of arrest- child support George, William Brian, 36 FTA- first-degree theft of property Gilland,...
    BREMEN, Ala. -- Cold Springs hosted Aliceville on Friday night in a big region game, looking for its first win of the season but despite fighting hard for four quarters, the Eagles were unable to get on the board and the Yellow Jackets left with a 37-0 win. The combination of Hank Harrison and Joshua Winfrey helped Cold Springs get a first...
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    HANCEVILLE - A recent graduate of the Patient Care Specialist (PCS) program at Wallace State Community College is pleased with the training she received and how quickly she was able to find a job in the healthcare field.  Tiffany Brooks, of Hanceville, graduated from the Patient Care Specialist program at Wallace State in the spring of this year after starting...
    CULLMAN - The Chamber of Commerce’s 72nd Annual Meeting & Gala is scheduled for Thurs, Feb. 19, 2015. The theme of this year’s gala is the "Magic of Success" as the featured speaker for the night will be Atlanta magician, mentalist and speaker Joe Turner. The event will also celebrate the past year's accomplishments under Jason Grimmett's leadership as the Chairman of the Cullman Area...
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    CULLMAN - Back in June, Gov. Robert Bentley signed a bill abolishing common law marriage in the state of Alabama. That law went into effect on Jan. 1, 2017. Cullman County Probate Judge Tammy Brown issued the following statement (presented in-full) regarding the matter on Thursday: All couples who met the requirements of common law marriage prior to Jan. 1 will...
    CULLMAN, Ala. - After last year’s quarantined Easter, this year’s festivities should be a welcome return to many of the Easter traditions we hold so dear. Celebrate by grabbing your Easter baskets and joining one of the many fun Easter egg hunts planned in Cullman County and surrounding areas this weekend.    Glow Arab- Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt When:...
    This month, our nation will observe Memorial Day. This is the one day each year that we pause to mourn those Americans who have given their lives for our country; except, most of us don’t! Most of us don’t pause to mourn. Most of us go to the beach, cook out and celebrate the beginning of summer. Many of...
    BOAZ, Ala. – The Alabama Recreation & Parks Association’s swimming season is in full swing and one local team put on a show at this weekend’s District 2 Championship in Boaz. The Cullman Swim Team put together great performances individually and as a team to rack up 694 total points and earn a second-place finish. Now, they’ll begin to...
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    CULLMAN - The Festhalle and Warehouse District were hopping Friday night, as the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce and Cullman Parks and Recreation held this year’s first 2nd Friday event downtown. The events will take place, you guessed it, on the second Friday of each month through September. Director of Member Services for the chamber, Magan Bartlett, says 2nd Fridays...
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    Former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Sue Bell Cobb, addresses the Cullman County Democrats CULLMAN - Former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Sue Bell Cobb, says she’s not ready to give up on Alabama. In fact, she hinted strongly at the possibility of making a run for the governor’s office next year. Cobb joined the Cullman...