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School board members and concerned citizens look over a table of maps Thursday night, at an open meeting of the Cullman County Board of Education’s Section 16 Land Steering Committee.
Forever Wild an option for county schools’ Section 16 land
Cullman County school officials would consider the state’s Forever Wild program as a selling option for some valuable land on Smith Lake, though the board is still eyeing a variety of avenues to leverage the asset.
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LOCAL GOLF: Lindsey takes 3-shot lead into final day of Cullman Golf Course Spring Invitational
Todd Lindsey went low with a 5-under 67 on Saturday to head into the final day of the Cullman Golf Course Spring Invitational with a three-shot lead over Jake Tucker and Josh Roberson.
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When President Obama used the term "Jedi mind meld" during a March press conference — accidentally mashing up the Vulcan mind meld of "Star Trek" lore with the manipulative Jedi mind trick of "Star Wars" fame — he committed what some considered to be an unforgivable sci-fi faux pas.
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Fond memories of school
My parents graduated from Holly Pond in 1961. I graduated 20 years later from the same school. All of my dad's siblings graduated from Holly Pond, and many of my first cousins did, too.
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This amounts to spying on an American news organization -- common practice in dictatorships but scary conduct in a democratic system that prizes the public value of an independent watchdog press.
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