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    Moving forward

    Moving forward... CullmanSense was launched on Dec. 31, 2010 as a daily e-publication and quickly grew into Cullman's only Monday print publication in less than one year. On April 1, 2016, CullmanSense acquired The Cullman Tribune, Alabama’s oldest continuously published weekly newspaper. For the last year, CullmanSense...

    EDITORIAL: ATRIP2 and how it will affect Cullman County

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    The following editorial was submitted by Association of County Commissions of Alabama Executive Director, Sonny Brasfield: Tomorrow morning millions of folks in Alabama will turn the switch, throw the car in reverse and head out for the daily responsibilities.  Before leaving they'll give a great...

    On the topic of headlines…

    Last night we posted a news story about the grand opening of the new Cullman County Democratic headquarters in Cullman. The headline of that story, "Cullman's with Her! Democratic HQ opens in Cullman," has been met with fury and vitriol the likes of which...

    OPINION: First Source for Women

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    Photo: Members of First Baptist Church of Cullman giving a check to First Source with funds they raised through our Baby Bottle Boomerang program. Have you ever felt challenged by parenting? Have you ever felt overwhelmed by pregnancy? Any parent can honestly say that parenting...

    Letter to the Editor: true meaning of Memorial Day

    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...

    The Force is Strong in Cullman

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    CULLMAN – Ten years waiting for the announcement that there would be another movie. Waiting a month and a half after purchasing tickets for the day to arrive. Three hours waiting in line to grab a seat. Waiting through thirty minutes of previews. But...

    Opinion: Go Green Regardless of Your Stance

    Climate change has become a phrase that can spark a debate in no time at all. The debate of whether or not mankind is speeding up the process of global warming has become not a question of science any more, but a political statement....

    Why You Should Care About Net Neutrality

    You have probably heard the term before, and chances are the term slipped by you. It’s easy enough to understand, but it is has been buried beneath a swarm of technical terms and lingo, mostly to keep you bored and ignorant. The term is...

    OPINION: No(ah)-It All: Mystery leak at crypt not so mysterious

    Following wild reports of a mystery fluid leaking from crypts at Cullman Memory Gardens, I decided to go out to investigate this peculiar claim.   Upon arriving, Ron Foust, owner of Stone Bridge Farms, was speaking with a local police officer and a former employee of...

    Cinderella Leaves a Lasting Impression at St. Bernard Prep School

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    CULLMAN - St. Bernard Preparatory School’s production of “Cinderella” was held recently and their talented students and staff presented the story like no other. “Cinderella”, a Rodgers & Hammerstein Production, is a timeless classic enjoyed by many for generations. The junior version of the...

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