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Sheriff’s Office diving team to have training session
The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office diving team will have a diving session to recover an allegedly stolen vehicle Tuesday at Smith Lake Park, and will be introducing a sixth member to the diving team.
Arrests, incidents reports for June 14-16, 2013
Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman City Police Department for Friday, Saturday and Sunday:
Strong thunderstorms moving into area
A strong thunderstorm is on the move just south of Addison and moving into Cullman County, according to the National Weather Service.
Head Start scaling back due to federal sequestration
Head Start programs across Cullman county and city are grappling with a round of federal funding cuts that will reduce the amount of classrooms available in the 2013-2014 school year.
The Times' Morning Update for Monday, June 17, 2013
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Better than the old mule by a country mile
Being glad to come home didn’t necessarily mean he was ready to get behind that mule again, though.
McGriff's foundation set at early age
Bert McGriff was one of five children born to Lonnie and Bell McGriff on a tenant farm in the Kelly Community between Cullman and Eva. All they ever knew was hard work.
They planted sweet potatoes and cotton in the sweltering southern sun.
County tops city in annual blood drive
Taking time out of his lunch hour Friday, Vinemont Elementary principal Tony Johnson rested his arm on a chair inside the American Red Cross mobile blood donor center located at the Cullman County Courthouse.
NARCOG close to naming new director
The North-central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG) is expected to name a new executive director within the next several days.
Friday morning wreck leaves one injured
One person was injured following a two-vehicle crash Friday morning.
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