Hanceville Middle holds a 'Walk for the Champion' Tuesday morning. On Saturday, Stephen Briscoe won the Alabama Spelling Bee. He's only the second Cullman County student to win state in 96 years.
West Elementary Special Education teacher Hali Marquette opens the safe room during a demonstration Monday morning.
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Empty Bowls, a signature annual fundraiser for the Cullman Caring for Kids Food Bank, returned Monday evening, after a two-year hiatus, to its customary home at the First United Methodist Church. Suspended last year and in 2021 due to logistical challenges wrought by COVID-19, this year’s in…
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- ALL-STATE BASKETBALL: Cold Springs’ Dickerson, Good Hope’s Maddox earn 1st-team honors; Local standouts recognized by ASWA
- 'We are honestly bumfuzzled': Baileyton leaders, senior group spar over use of meeting space
- George Will: Expensively credentialed, negligibly educated Stanford brats threw a tantrum
- Hanceville's Stephen Briscoe wins Alabama Spelling Bee, advances to national competition
- Law targeting cell phones at jails, prisons nears passage amid contraband debate
- I-65 lane blockages near Cullman
- PREP TRACK & FIELD: Local athletes shine at Cullman Classic
- PREP ROUNDUP: Cullman takes down Decatur 6-3
- One last high five
Lexie Smith warming up The Master Switch Wednesday afternoon in Baileyton.
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