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    Byrne makes last stop in Cullman before March 3 primary

    CULLMAN, Ala. - U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Alabama on Thursday stopped by The Red Door Cafe for what was his last campaign stop in Cullman County before the Tuesday, March 3 primary election. Byrne is seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat...

    Bussman to Nail: Resign immediately

    The picture that started the controversy / Facebook UPDATE: Gov. Ivey responds. CULLMAN - Alabama Sen. Paul Bussman, R-Cullman on Friday called on Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail to resign over the "inappropriate and disrespectful" comments Nail allegedly made about Gov. Kay Ivey on Facebook. Bussman said in...

    Roy Moore releases new statement; refuses to concede election to Jones

    MONTGOMERY - Former Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore on Wednesday released a video statement. In it, Moore again declines to concede the election to Democratic Senator-elect Doug Jones. Below is the content of Moore's message: "Tomorrow, my wife and I will celebrate our 32nd wedding anniversary. I...

    Cullman County Sheriff opposes elements of new pistol permit law, calls for local constitutional amendment

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Recently-passed Alabama House Bill 308 (HB308), the Alabama Uniform Concealed Carry Permit Act, makes changes to the way pistol permits are issued in the state of Alabama, including the creation of a lifetime permit and the allocation of a portion of...

    Shedd weighs in on Ivey apology

    FAIRVIEW, Ala. - Rep. Randall Shedd, R-Fairview weighed in Friday morning about the apology Gov. Kay Ivey's issued Thursday. Ivey's apology referenced a racist skit she took part in in 1967 while a student at Auburn University. According to The Tribune’s media partner, WVTM-13 in Birmingham,...

    Strange visits with Cullman leaders ahead of Sept. 26 runoff

    CULLMAN - Local mayors, members of the Cullman County Commission, and representatives of numerous city and county agencies and boards gathered at the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce this week to hear from U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, R-Alabama about happenings in Washington. Strange began, addressing...

    Ahead of special election, Cullman GOP chair weighs in on Roy Moore; Cullman Democrats issue statement

    Democrat Doug Jones, left, and Republican Roy Moore, right, are running for the U.S. Senate seat once held by Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions. / Photos courtesy of Doug Jones for Senate, Judge Roy Moore for Senate, respectively. CULLMAN - With the special U.S. Senate election...

    Leaders respond to Roy Moore allegations

    Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks to guests at a Republican dinner in Cullman on July 28, 2017. / Tribune file photo ALABAMA -  Political leaders from around the state are responding this afternoon to the allegations that...

    Candid discussion: state and local officials take part in lively town hall forum

    W.C. Mann
    L to R: County Commissioner Kerry Watson, Alabama House Majority Leader Nathaniel Ledbetter, Sheriff Matt Gentry, Rep. Randall Shedd, Rep. Corey Harbison, Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail, County Schools Superintendent Shane Barnette, County Commissioner Garry Marchman HANCEVILLE - On a very busy day in Alabama politics,...

    CAMPAIGN 2018: James Fields hosts community outreach event in Hanceville

    Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Fields, second from left, speaks with supporters at an event in Hanceville on Saturday, May 19, 2018. (W.C. Mann for The Tribune) HANCEVILLE - On Saturday afternoon, Cullman County’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Fields stopped by Veterans’ Park in Hanceville for...