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Longtime Cullman Co. airport manager being forced out by board
Cullman Regional Airport Manager Bob Burns has been forced out of his position, after being served with a confidential separation agreement and general release at a specially-called airport board meeting on Wednesday.
(UPDATED 2) One killed when 18-wheeler, car collide at entrance to CRMC
One person was killed and another critically injured when an 18-wheeler collided with a car at the entrance to Cullman Regional Medical Center before 9 a.m. Wednesday morning on Alabama Highway 157.
‘The present and the future’: REHAU opens expansion, breaks ground on research center
It seems one huge announcement just wasn’t enough for REHAU on Monday.
Candidates revealed for county schools’ superintendent
The five candidates up to become the next superintendent of the Cullman County Board of Education have been revealed, and the list includes a few familiar names.
Bomb scare evacuates Warehouse Discount grocery store
Warehouse Discount Grocery in Town Square Shopping Center was evacuated for a brief period of time Wednesday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. after an employee found a note claiming a bomb was in the store.
Mother charged with child abuse in connection with infant son’s death
A Cullman mother has been charged in connection with her one-year-old child’s death. The infant victim’s body was sent for an autopsy and the official cause of death has not yet been determined.
(UPDATED) One-year-old dies on birthday, mother’s boyfriend arrested
A Cullman man has been charged with aggravated child abuse in connection with the death of his girlfriend’s 1-year-old son.
Sheriff's office excavating for evidence in 2009 Tabitha Franklin missing woman case
The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office is currently excavating at a Cullman County home in search of evidence related to the 2009 disappearance of 29-year-old Tabitha Franklin of Cullman.
UPDATED: Man captured after fatal shooting of Berlin woman
A suspect was taken into custody at gunpoint after fatally shooting a 32-year-old Cullman County woman in her residence in the Berlin community around 1 p.m. Sunday.
Cullman County could see severe weather this evening
A line of potentially severe storms are expected to hit Cullman County within the hour and could last until midnight, Emergency Management Agency officials said.
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