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Local groups get $38,500 in grants
The Cullman County Community Development Commission (CCCDC) awarded two local fire departments $10,000 each at its monthly meeting last week.
Spay-neuter clinics lose bid to gain legitimacy
Alabama Sen. Paul Bussman received more than $14,000 from veterinarians across the state — including $10,000 from the Political Animal political action committee — prior to filibustering a bill to allow nonprofit spay-neuter clinics to continue operating in the state.
Accomplished vocalists to perform Tuesday at WSCC
Two amazing vocalists will perform on Tuesday, April 22 at Wallace State Community College as part of the college’s annual Arts in April celebration.
Relay For Life Survivors' breakfast
The committee planning the annual Relay For Life of Cullman County event will once again host the Survivors’ Breakfast to honor both cancer survivors and caregivers. The breakfast will be held at 7 a.m., Wednesday, April 30, at Cullman Church of Christ. The church is located at the corner of Highway 157 and Childhaven Road.
'VeggieTales' award-winning musical composer Kurt Heinecke at WSCC Monday
Kurt Heinecke always knew he wanted to follow his passion for music and carve a career out of it. Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are glad he did.
The Times' Morning Update for Friday, April 18, 2014
Good morning, readers, take a look at what’s going on today:
Reward offered in theft case
The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office is offering a reward for the arrest of those involved with multiple thefts of outdoor tools, utility vehicles and recreational equipment around the community.
Poll closed, city schools’ drug testing policy to move ahead
City school officials plan to move forward soon with a proposed student drug testing policy, after spending the past two weeks soliciting feedback via an online poll.
Cullman man accused of child abuse has previous bond reinstated
The man accused of aggravated child abuse in connection to the death of a 1-year-old had his original bond reinstated after a judge ruled the defendant is a potential flight risk.
Child abuse prevention memorial (Photo)
On Wednesday, dozens came out to the Cullman County Courthouse steps for a memorial ceremony for 32 children who died from child abuse and neglect in Alabama last year.
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