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Parks board names Nathan Anderson new director
After taking the past few months to search for a replacement in the wake of John Hunt’s retirement, Nathan Anderson has been named director of the City of Cullman Parks and Recreation Department.
Nathan Anderson named new city parks dept. director
After taking the past few months to search for a replacement in the wake of John Hunt’s retirement, Nathan Anderson has been named the new director of the City of Cullman Parks and Recreation Department.
Precincts show wide support for Harbison in House race
Good Hope Mayor Corey Harbison won Tuesday night’s runoff for District 12 state representative with more votes than he could have hoped for.
Bring your own device program, online courses grow at VHS
They may not have a massive staff or cutting edge equipment, but Vinemont High School has become one of the most tech-savvy campuses in the region over the past few years.
Cullman tied for second in lowest unemployment rate statewide
The governor’s office released the June 2014 unemployment rate numbers Friday, showing that the statewide unemployment rate held steady at 6.8 percent.
Free Veterans Day event to bring in artifacts, music concerts
This Nov. 8, Sportsman Lake in Cullman will bring in a host of events for the Veterans Day celebration at Veterans Park. Included in the free all-day event will be live music, an air show, military artifacts and reenactments, and even a sky diving exhibition.
Payne finalist for Oneonta superintendent post
After coming close to being named Cullman County’s new school superintendent one month ago, former Vinemont High principal Brandon Payne has made the short list for Oneonta City Schools’ opening for the same position.
The Times' Morning Update for Friday, July 18, 2014
Good morning, let’s see what’s happening today and beyond:
Marchman takes majority of precincts in runoff
For Stanley Yarbrough on Tuesday, bad luck came in threes.
Gentry carries city, most of county; Rainey dominates Holly Pond in sheriff's race
Matt Gentry edged out incumbent Mike Rainey by 3 percent in Tuesday night’s runoff to determine the next sheriff of Cullman County, and did so by carrying both the City of Cullman and the majority of county ballot boxes.
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