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On Friday, May 27, Commission on Aging had the honor and privilege of treating these heroes to a pizza and cupcake appreciation party. These loving volunteers from the Margaret Jean Jones Center helps the Cullman Senior Center deliver meals to the homebound seniors every week. They were so v…

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Somewhere not far from the western edge of Cullman there’s a little country store where longtime locals know to go when they want fresh meat that’s a cut above. 

Katie Mason of Cullman will join high school students from across the nation this summer to take part in a unique academic and career-oriented development experience, National Youth Leadership Forum: Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga.

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West Elementary School sixth graders recently visited the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, as part of an annual field trip that was added back to the calendar following a hiatus due to the pandemic the past two years.

Students of Sacred Heart School in Cullman participated in a memorial service recently commemorating the loss of one of their school’s staff, Mrs. Marie Cumbie. Wearing purple (her favorite color) shirts and sending purple balloons skyward. Students and staff gathered in the morning as Fr. P…

Sacred Heart School in Cullman recently received the National Beta Club Award joining only three thousand educational facilities in the country who accomplished the goals of the National organization for 2021-22.

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As the Wallace State Singers at Wallace State Community College prepare for their last performance of the Spring 2022 semester on May 12, they will be holding auditions for any current or incoming student who may want to join the ensemble.

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Don Winslow may not have written “City on Fire” in Homeric Greek, but that’s where the differences end between this tour-de-force of the criminal underground and “The Iliad.” Drawing on the epic Greek tragedy for the literary take of his new novel — the first of a trilogy — Winslow cuts deep…

The recent introduction of new diseases and lack of cold hardiness can make citrus a challenging fruit to grow in some parts of Alabama. 

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A small backyard garden can be many things: a food source for your family, a new hobby to occupy one’s time or a means to brag at your next cookout as guests compliment the quality of produce used.

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Arts and crafts will be on display this weekend when the St. Bernard Abbey and Prep School hosts the 38th annual Bloomin’ Festival. Set for Saturday, April 23-Sunday, April 24, the outdoor event features the works of talented artists and craftsmen, music and festival food and is expected to …

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On Tuesday, April 12 Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs attended the monthly meeting of The Coterie and presented a Certificate of Recognition in honor of the club's 100th anniversary.

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Melanie Patterson’s career and educational pathways have followed a winding road that has led to journalism, anthropology and finally welding.

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Depending on what’s involved, taking on cancer treatment can put an immense logistical strain on what’s already a stressful situation for patients and their families. 

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Wallace State Community College President Dr. Vicki Karolewics was recognized as the recipient of the 2022-2023 Emma Marie Eddleman Citizen of the Year by the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented at the Chamber’s annual gala held recently at Stone Bridge Farms.

Parishioners of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church gathered at church doors as Pastor Fr. Patrick Egan, OSB, blessed palm branches prior to Mass.

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Bridge builders from Franklin and St. Clair counties took top honors at the Alabama Farm-City Awards Program and Luncheon April 7 in Birmingham for their work to cultivate understanding between farmers and their urban neighbors.

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It might be pushing 85 years old, but J.R.R Tolkien’s classic novel The Hobbit is still finding new fans — and just found plenty more at Cullman Middle School.

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Kash Hembree, Falkville, and William Troutman, Cullman, were each awarded a scholarship by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (PBCI) for their participation in Alabama’s livestock industry Saturday, March 19 at a luncheon held in coordination with the Southeastern Livestock Exposition (SLE) Ro…

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Wallace State Community College is celebrating Community College Month during the month of April by sharing the outstanding stories of WSCC alumni and hosting events for current and future students and the community.

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Students who are hungry for a career as a chef or nutritionist in Cullman City Schools have a full menu of study options.

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Sacred Heart School students celebrated ‘Mardi Gras’ aka ‘Fat Tuesday’ with their homemade signature masks and party beads.

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The Good Hope High school Miss Heritage Princess, Miss. Heritage, and Fair Representative Pageants will be held on Saturday, March 19th. The Fair Representative pageant will begin at 4 p.m. The Heritage Princess and Heritage will follow at 5 p.m. Cost will be $11 through GoFan. People’s Choi…