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December 10, 2012


CULLMAN — Look for a day-long pattern of showers and thunderstorms, followed by frequent showers and falling temperatures during the afternoon and evening.

Motorists may find water standing in low areas of roadways and should travel with caution throughout the day and night.

The National Weather Service reports that temperatures could plunge from a high of 56 to 30 degrees overnight.

In the newsroom, look for stories today on a weekend accident that left one person dead on Smith Lake.

News is continuing to develop concerning the open seat for the state House of Representatives, District 11. The governor has set a special election to replace Jeremy Oden, who last week accepted a seat on the Alabama Public Service Commission.

Around the community

The Cullman Times is now accepting letters to Santa from students (through sixth grade) in the Cullman County School System. Letters should be submitted, no later than Dec. 16, by teachers by email to or dropped off by teachers at The Times’ office at 300 4th Ave. SE, Cullman 35055. Teachers: Please include your first and last name as well as name of school, when submitting. Many letters will be selected to print in the paper. Letters cannot be returned since all letters will be forwarded to the North Pole through Holiday Express mail.


The Cullman Community Concert Association’s subscriptions for the 2012-2013 season is ongoing, and can be purchased anytime thereafter throughout the year.

The 2012-2013 roster of artists features a diversity of styles, including pop, classical, Motown, comedy and a cappella.

All performances are held at the Betty Leeth Haynes Auditorium on the campus of Wallace State Community College.

For more information, visit or contact Kathy and Steve Scruggs at 256-339-4447.


Empty bowls needs volunteers

Potters are needed for the Feb. 18, 2013, Empty Bowls fundraiser. No experience is required. Potters will need to travel to Arley on Mondays and Fridays. They meet to carpool about 8 a.m. and drive to Meek High School, which takes about 50 minutes. Potters will then work until 11:30 to noon and break for lunch, then work until 3 p.m., returning to Cullman about 4 p.m.

To volunteer, or for more information, contact Lynn Jetton at 256-796-5006 or 256-620-3120 or at

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