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Five arrested after allegedly posing as relief workers
City and county law enforcement
officials report that following
the countywide devastation
last week, there has been no discernible
increase in criminal
activity, despite widespread
How will Duck River affect water rates?
As with most things, progress comes at a cost. For area water customers, it will likely take an increase of about $5 per month to fund the construction of a new secondary water source in the Duck River watershed.
Legal sales tops story of 2010
For legalized alcohol sales in Cullman County, the third time was the charm in 2010.
After the cities of Hanceville and Good Hope voted down wet/dry alcohol referendums, voters in the City of Cullman approved legal sales on Nov. 2.
Dillashaw new Dem party leader
The Cullman Democratic Party will enter 2011 with new leadership for all of its key elected positions, starting at the top with a new party chairman.
Annual fair parade today
A parade will kick off events for the 56th annual Cullman County Fair at 2 p.m. today.
Fugitive last seen in Good Hope arrested in Kentucky
The search for a wanted man that began in Good Hope last month recently came to an end two states away.
Beaming Obama signs historic $938 billion overhaul
WASHINGTON — A beaming President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a historic $938 billion health care overhaul that guarantees coverage for 32 million uninsured Americans and will touch nearly every citizen’s life, presiding over the biggest shift in U.S. domestic policy since the 1960s and capping a divisive, yearlong debate that could define the November elections.
- Employee raises approved Commissioners approved a $44 million 2008 budget for the Cullman County Commission at its meeting on Monday. A highlight of the budget is a 4 percent cost of living increase for all county employees.
No-burn order reinstated
Fire spread over 10 acres of land in Cold Springs Thursday, erupting only hours after Gov. Bob Riley signed into effect a no burn order for most of the state.
A new playbook: Sports camp leads players to baptism
VINEMONT — When it comes to high school athletics, leadership is very important to a team’s success.
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