57.3 F
Cullman
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
More

    COVID-19 case, vaccine update: Feb. 4

    0
    Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021 COVID-19 update from the Alabama Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Dashboard Hub Case details Total confirmed cases in AL: 367,773 (+1,955 since yesterday) Probable cases in AL: 100,050 (+812 since yesterday)   Total confirmed deaths in AL: 6,642 (+113 since yesterday)        Probable deaths...

    PREP BASKETBALL: Addison collects Saturday night sweep of Meek

    0
    ADDISON, Ala. -- Addison hosted its neighbors to the south, Meek High School, Saturday night for a pair of games that mean a lot towards the road to the Winston County championship. The Lady Bulldogs won the first game 45-36 to avenge an earlier loss...

    PREP BASKETBALL: Addison splits Tuesday night contests with Clements

    0
    ADDISON, Ala. -- The Addison Bulldogs split a pair of games with the 3A Clement Colts on a chilly night in Allen Stephenson Gym. The ladies dropped a closer than the score indicated 69-58 game, while the boys took the nightcap in a rout...

    Special Little Free Library installed in west Cullman

    0
    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Friends of the Public Libraries of Cullman County on Tuesday morning celebrated with a ribbon cutting the recently installed Little Free Library located at the corner of Rosemont Avenue and Second Street Southwest, the site of the Cullman Police Department’s...

    PREP FOOTBALL: Several local teams locked in heated region battles

    0
    CULLMAN, Ala. -- Several local teams are in the middle of some heated region battles and with only four weeks remaining in the regular season, every region game is huge. Whether they’re playing to earn home field advantage or fighting to make it to...

    Mr. Big still the big man at Oktoberfest wiener dog races

    0
    CULLMAN, Ala. - In the highly competitive tradition of Cullman wiener dog racing, one name stands out in history, and this year’s contest offered no exception. For the fourth year in a row, Mr. Big, a 5-year-old miniature wirehaired dachshund, took the top honors...

    ‘It’s working’: CHS sticking with hybrid schedule, CMS adjusting traditional schedule

    0
    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman High School will remain on a hybrid learning schedule moving forward to ensure the safety of students and faculty, after shifting to the mixed online and in-person approach in early September. The initial hybrid schedule announcement was set to expire...

    Nov. 3 General Election sample ballot for Cullman County voters

    0
    Below is a sample of the ballot that Cullman County voters will see in the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election. There will be six statewide amendments on the ballot. Explanations of those amendments are included here.  Statewide Amendment 1 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of...

    Drive-thru Oktoberfest dinner at St. John’s Sept. 28

    0
    CULLMAN, Ala. - St. John's Evangelical Protestant Church will host its annual Oktoberfest German Dinner Monday, Sept. 28 from 5-7 p.m. This year's dinner will be drive-thru-style. Dinners can be picked up at the covered drive-thru on the north side of the building and will...

    ‘Show us what ya got!’: First Source for Women seeks local talent for fundraising telethon

    0
    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - Hanceville-based pregnancy services organization First Source for Women (FSW) is getting creative and hosting a live telethon fundraising event Oct. 29, 2020 from 5-9 p.m., and the group is seeking local talent to take part. According to FSW, “Singers, bands and other...