In his victory speech after being declared the projected winner over Gov. Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama thanked his supporters and said we are "an American family, we rise and fall together as one nation, as one people."
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Power outage restored; affected 1,450 people
The massive power outage that darkened south Cullman has been repaired.
Large power outage affecting south Cullman
A massive power outage is affecting the south side of Cullman and has left many residents without electricity.
Fire heavily damages house; no injuries
Cullman Fire and Rescue responded to a house fire on 7th Street in Cullman at 10 p.m. Tuesday night and were able to contain it by 10:30 p.m.
Arrests, incidents reports for Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman City Police Department for Tuesday:
Authorities looking into ticket scalping complaint
Local authorities are investigating an alleged ticket scalping issue that is listing Rock the South VIP tickets for $600.
Chamber re-posts tourism director opening
The search for Cullman’s first tourism director has hit a slight delay, as the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce has opted to re-post the opening following an initial round of applications late last month.
Bringing jobs to county, city
By 1943, the first Cullman Chamber of Commerce had been formed. At that time there were few industries but people began to realize the need for a group, such as the Chamber, to centralize their efforts. Raymond Yost was the Chamber’s first president, and Emma Marie Edleman became the go-to person to get things done around Cullman.
Despite rain, fire training session completed
You might have rubbernecked Tuesday morning to catch Hanceville City Firefighters putting out a blazing home on the corner of Elm and Alabama streets.
The Times' Morning Update for Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Good morning, readers, this is what's happening in your county today:
Cullman City Schools’ superintendent search: 5 finalists announced
The five finalists for the Cullman City Schools’ superintendent position has been announced.
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