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Thursday, October 29, 2020
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    CULLMAN - It is a great time to turn a profit for businesses during the holidays. Black Friday is very lucrative for most businesses, especially big box stores like Target and Walmart. This year, remember the little guy and shop local this Saturday to show your support for the local residents who make their living from their small businesses. There...
    CULLMAN - Deputies with the Cullman County Sheriff's Office, along with officers with the Cullman Police Department, worked jointly in an effort to track down a suspect who led officers on a car chase from near West Point to the front doors of the market area at the Cullman Walmart. According to a deputy on the scene, Walmart was locked...
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    CULLMAN - If you have some old prescription drugs stored away at home, be sure to take advantage of the drug drop off box at the Cullman Police Department to dispose of unneeded, unused or outdated medications. Sergeant David Nassetta said that the way the box originated was through a grant. “We obtained it through a grant done by CVS...
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    CULLMAN - If you are looking for one of a kind items and antiques, then look no further than Littleville Blue. Their work and eye for seeing the hidden potential in old items is truly something you need to see for yourself. They recently made their new home in the beautiful Warehouse District here in Cullman. “We just moved a block...
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    CULLMAN - It’s that time of year again, time to drag out the coats and sweaters and hunker down in a nice warm place. Hot chocolate sales are through the roof and children are wearing all sorts of toboggans, gloves and scarves. Most of us know how to take care of ourselves in the cold weather, but how many...
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    CULLMAN - ‘Food for Fines’ is back at the Cullman County Public Library. This Monday, the library began taking donations of canned food items in place of library fines and the drive will continue until this Friday, November 22. The library will forgive $1.00 in overdue fines for every non-perishable food item donated (canned or boxed). All food items...
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    CULLMAN – The Cullman Applebee’s Restaurant loves our veterans. Last Tuesday on Veterans Day, not only did they feed our veterans for free all day, but they also allowed the American Legion and the ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary to perform a POW MIA Remembrance Ceremony before opening their doors for business. “I came out today to set up...
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    CULLMAN - On a cold and windy Thursday morning, activists, senators, city officials and others gathered in front of City Hall to talk about the importance of coal. Speeches by Mayor Max Townson, Senator Paul Bussman (R) and Commissioner Jerry Oden spoke of jobs lost due to regulations set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency. At 8 a.m., the Coal...
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    CULLMAN - A new shop has opened its doors to the public recently, and the smell wafting in the air around it is absolutely heavenly. Raymond Earley and his wife opened their doors two weeks ago, and began distributing amazing fresh baked donuts and hot coffee to the masses. The shop is offering every kind of donut you can...
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    CULLMAN - The American Red Cross is offering free classes and demonstrations in preparing emergency disaster-ready kits for the public. Local churches, companies and organizations are welcome to contact the local Red Cross office to set up a demonstration by calling 256-734-0921. Disaster Mental Health/Community Educator for the Cullman area, Denise McClendon, said, “We have community education programs for all ages....