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Heritage Hills Farmstead’s Karl and Karli Amonite began growing their own meat and eggs on Karli’s family farm years ago as a way of providing their small family with better quality food. Then their organically-grown produce operation began to grow, well, organically.

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Middle and high school students in the Cullman County School system will be going to a hybrid schedule beginning Nov. 2, according to a memo from School Superintendent Shane Barnette parents and teachers Wednesday.

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Cullman County’s hospitalization rate due to COVID-19 has been on the rise, but there is one less patient being treated at Cullman Regional.

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Area residents will have the opportunity to recognize the service of local veterans on Nov. 7 at the Cullman Elks Lodge’s annual Cullman County Veterans Day Celebration at Cullman Regional Airport. 

Here is a look at the arrests that were reported by the Cullman Police Department for Friday, Saturday and Sunday:

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GOOD HOPE — The city of Good Hope has canceled its annual Halloween Costume Contest and Thanksgiving lunch, and is waiting to make the final decision on its Christmas Parade & Christmas in the Park.

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BAILEYTON — The town of Baileyton’s new town hall is officially open, and the town hosted an open house Sunday afternoon to let its residents get a look at the new municipal building.

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Just in time for cooler weather, the Alabama Historical Commission has debuted a new interactive map of historical sites around the state and in Cullman County, giving locals and visitors a guide for walking tours of the city or for drives into the outer edges of the county. 

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Despite concerns at the outset of major societal changes in March that have redefined daily life for a lot of people, local crime — at least the kind that purloins property — hasn’t seen a notable bump as the COVID-19 pandemic alters people’s behavior.

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Voters likely have a clear idea of which candidates they want to cast their ballots for, but deciding to voting “yay” or “nay” on the six constitutional amendments on the ballot may be a bit more difficult.

Here is a look at the arrests that were reported by the Cullman Police Department for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday:

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GARDEN CITY — Garden City Town Councilman Doug Pender attended his last meeting of the Garden City Town Council and in his parting remarks noted the progress of the town’s fire department and his appreciation for the chief and firefighters.

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Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce members got an inside look at the upcoming general election and the happenings in Washington from Rep. Robert Aderholt Friday afternoon.

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Cullman County has the lowest unemployment rate in the state at 3.8 percent for the month of September, according to the Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL). That number is up slightly from last month's rate of 3.5 percent. Last year, Cullman's September unemployment rate was 2.2 percent.

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To help students who may be struggling in virtual or traditional school, the Cullman County School Board voted Thursday to use federal funding to pay teachers who have signed on to tutor after their usual hours. 

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — With a possible vaccine for COVID-19 still more than two months away, Alabama health officials said Thursday that they already are working to combat the reluctance among some to accept an immunization that's become politically divisive.

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St. Bernard wasn’t able to host its annual Bloomin’ Festival this year, thanks to timing that put it in the crosshairs of the COVID-19 pandemic. But thankfully, the show is still on for the Bernard Blues & BBQ festival, which for 2020 gets an extra dose of sugar by doubling as a Hallowee…

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As one administration winds down and another prepares to take over, the Colony Town Council on Tuesday discussed action taken in a past administration, the current state of some of the town’s roads and how the change in leadership could affect operations.

Here is a look at the arrests that were reported by the Cullman Police Department for Tuesday:

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Cullman’s 2021 budget includes capital projects and purchases for each of the city’s departments, including the automated garbage trucks that are set to enter service next month.

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