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    State’s Oct. unemployment rate record low 3.6%; Cullman Co. at 3%

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    MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey’s office Friday morning released the state’s latest unemployment numbers. According to the Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL), Alabama’s preliminary,...

    Developer, Marine veteran Roy Drinkard receives key to the city

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    Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry, Roy Drinkard and Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs at Friday evening’s event where Drinkard received a key to the city...

    OP-ED: In Alabama, we have our veterans’ backs

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    Dedication. Honor. Commitment. Sacrifice. Those are the traits that come to mind when I think about our nation’s veterans. I saw these qualities lived out...

    Gov. Ivey promotes Veterans Day through proclamation and executive order

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    Gov. Kay Ivey signs Executive Order 712; pictured to the far left is Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Clyde Marsh and to the...

    Ivey awards $3.8M to aid abuse victims statewide; almost $27K to...

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    MONTGOMERY - Gov. Kay Ivey this week awarded $3.8 million to 49 nonprofits statewide which offer a variety of assistance at no cost to...

    Ivey awards $1.3M for new state drug task force; Cullman 1...

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    MONTGOMERY - Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $1.3 million to establish a new drug task force that will operate throughout the state...

    AL unemployment rate at historic low 3.8%; Cullman County second lowest...

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    MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted September unemployment rate is 3.8 percent, down from August’s rate of 4.2...

    ADECA head in Cullman: stresses importance of broadband, upcoming census

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    ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell, left, shares a laugh with Wallace State Vice President Dr. Tomesa Smith, center, and Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail, right, on...

    Gov. Ivey: Alabama to join FirstNet First Responder Network

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    MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday announced her decision to accept the FirstNet and AT&T plan to deliver a wireless broadband network to...

    Ivey: Alabama first state to roll out nationally-recognized manufacturing credentials at...

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    BIRMINGHAM – Gov. Kay Ivey, while speaking at the Southern Automotive Conference Friday, announced that the Alabama Community College System (ACCS), through a partnership...