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

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Gov. Kay Ivey announced Monday that nearly $49 million in federal virus response aid will pay to boost internet access for students, offer digital textbooks and help with other education budget needs.

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Fireworks lit up the skies over Heritage Park in Cullman Saturday night. The show was sponsored by Cullman Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism.

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“Disruption” may end up being the word of the year for 2020. It’s certainly the word of the moment as we head into the 2020 elections and see the two big issues - the novel coronavirus and racial injustice - disrupting our economy and communities.

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State Troopers, local police, sheriff’s deputies, and marine enforcement all are reminding celebrants through the long July 4th weekend to comply with state and local laws relating to alcohol, traffic, boating, and fireworks safety in order to have a peaceful and incident-free holiday.

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With many of Alabama’s biggest fireworks shows canceled to enact social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic, Good Hope residents won’t have to leave town — or their cars — to catch a July 4th fireworks show when night falls Saturday.

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Per the Cullman County Sheriff's Office, I-65 Southbound at mile marker 309 is closed due to an accident. Drivers are advised to find an alternate route.

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Beginning July 1, eagle-eyed sleuths could claim a Brag Tag by finding one the many decorated rocks hidden away in a park or outside a business in Cullman. The Friends of the Public Libraries of Cullman County are holding a rock hunt, with more than 60 decorated rocks hiding in plain sight in safe to reach areas. 

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There was an air of anticipation and preparation as representatives of local non-profits and government entities waited for the quarterly meeting of the Cullman County Community Development Commission (CCCDC) to be gaveled to order.

Alabama State Troopers are investigating a 3-vehicle traffic accident that killed a Cullman woman Monday. 

Cullman County Coroner Jeremy Kilpatrick has identified the victim as Melanie Parker, 51.

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Tornado warning sirens were hard to escape across Cullman County early Saturday evening, but despite anecdotal reports that a tornado had been spotted on the ground, weather watchers believe all four of the alerts issued Saturday were attributable only to funnel clouds that never made landfall.

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Friends and family of John Hunt gathered Sunday to celebrate the life of the man credited with building Cullman’s Parks and Recreation Department. Hunt died on March 16, but a public memorial was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A fatality has been reported in a three-vehicle accident on HWY 69 N// CR 1504 this morning. Cullman County Sheriff's Office says Hwy 69 will be closed until further notice.

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

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Retail Specialists will be breaking ground on a new residential development, Kingfisher, in Cullman County. A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for June 30th.

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

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A section of Olive Street from the Marketplatz Shopping Center to U.S. 31, which has been closed for road work, will continue to be closed for an additional three weeks, the city of Cullman said Wednesday.

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The coronavirus pandemic put a momentary hold on the popular firearms safety courses offered to the public by the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office. But starting in July, the classes are coming back.

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In 2020, there may not be a Miss America, a Miss Universe, or a Ms. Senior America but Ms. Senior Alabama, Inc., is determined that there will be a Ms. Senior Alabama 2020-21. 

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The number of confirmed COVID-19 deaths in Cullman County rose from one to three this week. The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) COVID-19 dashboard on Tuesday morning had added two confirmed deaths for Cullman County.

Jesus Cortes Sandoval, 63, of Good Hope has been charged with two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12 according to a press release from the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office.

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

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As public health officials roll out COVID-19 contact tracing programs to help slow the spread of the disease, scammers are finding nefarious ways to use these efforts for their personal gain.

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GOOD HOPE — A new fair is coming to Good Hope in July, and the event’s organizers have provided a list of safety precautions that will be in place to try to keep attendees safe from COVID-19.

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Obituaries

Moss Service Funeral Home is saddened by the death of Delores Williams Hudson, age 74, of Cullman. Arrangements will be announced later. To leave condolences for the family visit mossservicefh.com Moss Service Funeral Home directing.

Moss Service Funeral Home is saddened by the death of Joy Lou Murphree, age 73, of Vinemont. Arrangements will be announced later. To leave condolences for the family visit mossservicefh.com Moss Service Funeral Home directing.

Moss Service Funeral Home is saddened by the death of Jackie Euell Harris, age 78, of Hartselle. Arrangements will be announced later. To leave condolences for the family visit mossservicefh.com Moss Service Funeral Home directing.