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Sunday, November 27, 2022

    News from the Pond: DAR Good Citizens

    These are the winners in the Good Citizen /Essay contest held by the Dripping Springs Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. They were announced at the January meeting. From Left are: Mrs. Julia Floyd, Regent; Catherine Hoffpauir, West Point High School; Madalyn Olivia Williams,...

    Community with Carol: Jamie Brown of the Senior Outreach Organization

    Left to right: Jamie Brown, Carol Berry and Barbara Whitehead (Brittany Howell for The Cullman Tribune) Jamie Brown is my guest this week on Community with Carol.  Jamie founded the Senior Outreach Organization back in April of 2018.  I have personally attended the Outreach and...

    Community with Carol: Linda Bailey with the Committee on Church Cooperation

    Carol Berry with Linda Bailey (Brittany Howell for The Cullman Tribune) My guest this week on Community with Carol is Linda Bailey with the  Committee on Church Cooperation (CCC). This local nonprofit, located in the Cullman County Department of Human Resources (DHR) building on St....

    Community with Carol: Angie Young of Hope for the Homeless

    Carol Berry with Angie Young (Brittany Howell for The Cullman Tribune) For the Christmas edition of Community with Carol,  I wanted to showcase Hope for the Homeless,  a division of Cullman’s Little Pantry.  The Little Pantry was installed in April 2017, but this division is...

    Community with Carol: Candace Lingo of Cullman County CASA

    Carol Berry, left, with Candace Lingo, right Every story I have done for Community with Carol has been a joy.  My guest this week is no different, Candace Lingo, with Cullman County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), shared so much wonderful information. I was so...

    Farm Bill passage provides certainty for farmers

    MONTGOMERY - Final passage of a five-year farm bill by Congress today (Dec. 12, 2018) was welcome news for Alabama farmers eager to prepare for the 2019 crop year. The House of Representatives approved the bipartisan legislation by a 369-47 vote, following Senate passage on...

    Community with Carol: Victim Services of Cullman, Inc.

    Carol Berry, left, with Jamie Sims, right, of Victim Services of Cullman, Inc. (contributed) I am excited to partner with the Cullman Tribune to write this weekly series, “Community with Carol.” This series is focused on community awareness. As a lifelong Cullman resident, I love my...

    My granddaddy, my coach: Longtime Cold Springs coach Clay Campbell to be inducted into the AHSAA Sports Hall of Fame

    Longtime Cold Springs track and cross country coach Clay Campbell will be inducted into the AHSAA Sports Hall of Fame in March 2019. (Photo by Destiny Campbell) Coach John Wooden once said, “Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep...

    Community with Carol: Josh Swindall of Cullman Christian School

    Josh Swindall with his wife and children (contributed) I was impressed with my guest this week on “Community with Carol,” Josh Swindall, the new principal at Cullman Christian School.  Cullman Christian School began as a nonprofit protestant school in 2007 and accommodates children of all...

    OPINION: Think before you give, or receive, a pet for Christmas

    The holidays season is here, and people are searching for the perfect gifts for friends and family. We have all seen beautiful images of cute puppies and kittens adorned with bows and the reactions of joy on the faces of the new owners. What...