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    ‘Everyone deserves a home. I just really believe that’

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Elizabeth Standifer, a 2021 graduate of Cullman High School, is hoping to shed some light on a subject near and dear...

    Editorial: The Parable of a Prodigal Nation

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    “But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his...

    Give your home the farmhouse look

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    Signs, both vintage and reproductions, are a hallmark of the farmhouse look. / Loretta Gillespie Gone are the days of country blue kitchen cabinets or...

    ‘Food talks to me’: Former presidential chef/valet, north AL native Quincy...

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    Mount Hope, Alabama native Quincy Jackson was in charge of the White House staff kitchen during the terms of three U.S. presidents- Bill Clinton,...

    Recipes and tips: Homemade ice cream

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    Vintage ice cream maker / Melinda Cox Hall on Pinterest It’s that time of the year again. No, not taxes or tags or even graduation,...

    Cradle of love

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    Last week I went down to Landersville, a wide spot in the road between Moulton and Russellville. There isn’t even a caution light there...

    Meet John Wesley, the Warehouse Barber

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    The Warehouse Barber in his natural habitat  CULLMAN - In the heart of the Warehouse District sits Bella Faire Day Spa and Salon, in the...

    Mother’s Day Profile: Mrs. Gracie Grissom

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    Mom's 100th birthday celebration with family last November It isn’t every day that you celebrate a century milestone. Most of us have never known anyone...

    Old school: Peinhardt Homesteaders

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    Marilyn Freeman demonstrates handsewing techniques. CULLMAN -  A growing number of people these days are taking an interest in traditional crafts, and not arts-and-crafts-show crafts. ...

    Cullman artist/writer salutes Alabama 200

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    CULLMAN - Alabama turns 200 years old in 2019 and the birthday celebration, dubbed Alabama 200, has begun. Cullman, Alabama- based artist, Ben Johnson...

    FFA Week with Ethan Lake

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    Freshmen FFA group after receiving their green hand degrees WEST POINT - At the ripe old age of 27, Ethan Lake has come full circle,...

    Leldon Maxcy: Making wood look good since 1997

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    For the Southern Makers debut, Leldon Maxcy designed and built a 12-foot-tall replica of the state of Alabama, with each of the 67 counties...

    New homesteaders group aims to ‘reconnect and reskill’

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    Lee McBride demonstrates how to tap a tree for its sugary sap, which is excellent for making syrup. Before modern methods made tapping trees...

    Artist profile: W.C. “Music” Man(n)

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    W.C. "Craig" Mann plays his dulcimer at the Cullman County Museum When you stop to consider that Craig Mann has performed on 38 musical instruments,...

    Vintage West owner pairs with HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines

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    HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines on either side of Vintage West owner, Teresa Daniel, who has incorporated the couple’s line, Magnolia Home, into...

    Tom Drake: Farm boy, wrestler, lawyer, politician and father- a pictorial...

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    Before he became a prominent political figure in Alabama, Tom Drake/ aka “The Cullman Comet,” was a headliner in the wrestling profession and is...

    Cullman Community Band’s senior member enjoys a life filled with music

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    Dr. Robert Orr, full-time musician, part-time retiree! GOOD HOPE - Robert Orr has been retired for 21 years, but you'd never know it by talking...

    Local farm preserves family heritage

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    Melanie Glasscock tends the cattle on the farm that has been in her family since the 1800s. HOLLY POND/BERLIN - Melanie Glasscock is a busy...

    Guardian of Cullman’s history, Elaine Fuller

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    “We were honored to induct Elaine into the Alabama Tourism Hall of Fame in August,” said state tourism director Lee Sentell.  “She has been...

    Options for women fighting to survive

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    Wendy Jones, left, and Chelsea Lanier both won makeovers from Options.   Judy Watts loves making people feel better. She is a proud cancer survivor...

    Popcorn and leather: Mary Ashley Rohrscheib, rodeo queen

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    Four years ago a friend approached 15-year-old Mary Ashley Rohrscheib with an idea that changed her life. The friend suggested that they sign up...

    Discussing a “Southern family saga”

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    Former Welti native, Charlotte Thomas March, will be one of 10 authors at this year's annual Moulton Reading in the Garden on Oct. 18. When...

    Cullman’s female Marine returns from boot camp

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    CULLMAN - Emma Goodwin graduated from Cullman High School in 2016 with her eyes set on serving the country that she loves by joining...

    Canning with Jan Gillespie

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    CULLMAN - Growing, harvesting and preserving your own food can be rewarding on many levels. For starters, it gives you more control over what...

    Coach Pat Dye: From the arena to the arboretum

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    NOTASULGA - You might remember Coach Pat Dye from his days as Auburn’s tough as nails head football coach, or you might know him...

    Farm to Fork: what it is and why you should be...

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    Photo: The Lake farm is a family business. Here the men look over their cattle operation with the upcoming generation of Lake farmers. The...

    Chef Randall Baldwin will headline this year’s Farm to Fork Dinner

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    Photo: Chef Randall Baldwin of Dyron's Lowcountry Restaurant in Mountain Brook offers his thoughts on the importance of eating fresh, whole foods. The Chef...

    Park-like setting on Smith Lake

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    SMITH LAKE - Ah! Summertime and the livin’ is easy, well, technically we’d probably all like to live that way, but for some, lazy...