Fourth Nine Weeks
• First Grade: Jackson Babb, Kyle Batemon, Devin Bates, Bradley Butts, Hannah Boynton, Preston Gay, Christian Hooper, Atticus Lindsey, Ashlee Maillard, Ashlyn McAbee, Brynlee Merriman, Sawyer Olinger, Savannah Phillips, Alexis Philyaw, Nathan West, Braxton Whitehead
• Second Grade: Peyton Black, Austin Cadiere, Brodie Fowler, Timothy Gill, Madison Ham, Skylar Harris, Dalton Johnson, Emma Kilgo, Gabe Massey, Jurnee Marotz, Aliyah Ryan, Vivian Wright
• Third Grade: Evan Richards
• Fourth Grade: Sydney Babb, Lydia Kelso
• Fifth Grade: James Casey, Mackenzie Jones, Nathan Nail, Tylor Trimble, Breanne West
• First Grade: Briley Casey, Jack Doss, Reagan Edwards, Alivia Hill, Conner Hogan, Katura Marino, Autum Mosley, David Orona, Peyton Murphree, Mason Putnam, Emmy Reynolds, Brayden Rouse, Elena Saldana, Josh Sloan, Tyler Tyree, Brenna White
• Second Grade: Easton Burgess, Elizabeth Cofield, Jayce Cofield, Samantha Cofield, Ella Crider, Logan Gatlin, Skyler Hawthorne, Skyler Lubert, Keegan Mitchell, Cooper Morgan, Erasmo Saldana, Tammy Turner
• Third Grade: Trinity Downing, Joe Hudspeth, Justin Marotz, Alyssa Murphree,
Ryleigh O’Ryan, Christopher Putman, Mason Richards, Kennedy Twilley, José Zatarain
• Fourth Grade: Parker Kelsoe, Jackelyn Arteaga
• Fifth Grade: Zoe Freeman, Dalton Sargent
Cullman student earns Martin Methodist College honors
A Cullman County resident received academic honors during the fall semester at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tenn.
Darcie Wilson of Cullman was named to the dean’s list with a semester grade point average between 3.5 and 3.9.
Homeschool series a hit at Wallace State
For the past three weeks, homeschool students in Cullman County and surrounding areas have learned the basics of drawing, computer graphics and painting as part of a series of classes held at Wallace State Community College.
North Alabama DEA Drug Task Force Lt. Matt Gentry shares information with students at WSCC
The Social Sciences (Psychology and Sociology) and Human Services departments at Wallace State Community College recently hosted Lieutenant Matt Gentry from the North Alabama DEA Drug Task Force. He informed the students about current illegal drug abuse trends and trafficking in our region.
Holly Pond Elementary's Spelling Bee
Holly Pond Elementary School recently held their school Spelling Bee. Winners are, from left, Casey Brown, fifth grade, first place; and runner up, Abigail Kusz, fourth grade. Casey will represent the school in the county-wide Spelling Bee at Fairview School.
West Point Middle School placed first at scholars' invitational
West Point Middle School Scholars' Bowl competed Jan. 18 in the 2014 Cullman Middle School Scholars’ Bowl Invitational. West Point finished first place. These four students received special recognition for their high scores: from left, Will Parker, Billy Ellis, Tom Parker and Bailee Drummond.
West Point Middle School's Scholar Bowl at county tourney
West Point Middle School Scholars' Bowl competed in the Cullman County Scholars' Bowl Tournament Dec. 13, 2013, at Wallace State Community College where they placed first in the county.
Cullman Community Lions Club makes a donation
At a recent meeting, Cullman Community Lions Club President Janice Osborne, left, presented a check for $500 to Vinemont High School Leo Club President Destiny Langford to help with a project the Leo Club is presently working on to benefit their school.
Kenya Relief seeking educators for July 3-15 trip
The July 3-15, 2014, Kenya Relief Teacher's Team is forming now. This team will provide professional development for local Kenyan teachers as well as visit local schools and hand out much needed school supplies.
Studies find Neanderthal genes in modern humans
Neanderthal genes lurk among us. Small traces of Neanderthal DNA have been confirmed in the areas of the genome that affect skin and hair of modern humans, according to two new studies that also give clues as to which Neanderthal traits may have been helpful - or harmful - to the survival of our species.
Archaeologists unearth the tomb of a previously unknown Egyptian pharaoh
Archaeologists from the University of Pennsylvania announced this month that they have unearthed the tomb of a previously unknown Egyptian pharaoh.
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