Jefferson County Health Officer Mark Wilson said in a press conference on Tuesday afternoon that he had drafted a more restrictive health order after seeing many residents conducting nonessential business over the weekend. Ultimately, Wilson decided not to issue the more stringent order, but…
It’s an honor presented to senior athletes around the state who display perseverance while overcoming difficulties, and one of the 104 student-athletes awarded this year comes from Corner High School.
Steve Savarese, Executive Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association, posted a video on Wednesday, urging everyone to adhere to public health orders in the midst of this coronavirus outbreak.
The Caring Center, located in Gardendale, is still serving clients in need, despite the scary circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic facing the nation.
It’s no way to end a season and certainly no way to finish a career, but Corner head baseball coach Josh Hoyle is preaching positivity to his departing senior class.
People are staying home to avoid the novel coronavirus, but it may linger on commonly used surfaces for longer than you think. A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine examined how long the novel coronavirus can live in the air and on certain surfaces. A virologist and an infectiou…
Fredrick Logan with Republic Services donated a few N95 masks to the Fultondale Police Department last week so they can continue to serve the community safely.
Kam Woods is a four-time Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) All-State selection and a three-time finalist for Mr. Basketball—an annual award presented to the state’s top high school player. As the 2020 NJN Basketball Player of the Year, Woods is a repeat winner.
The Jefferson County Commission held an emergency meeting today to approve two measures related to the current COVID-19 situation.
For many of them, it was the first encounter with a teacher in more than two weeks. And although the brush was small and brief, it left a lasting impression.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) on Friday morning provided an update on the ongoing coronavirus situation, which has now closed Alabama public schools and stopped extracurricular activities.
This Week's Circulars
- Duchess Bakery reopens under new ownership
- Dabbs Diner opens for 24-hour service in Hanceville
- Cullman man killed in motorcycle accident
- Electric Co-op members get the scoop on Sprout
- ASWA RANKINGS: Addison, Fairview debut in respective preseason polls; Good Hope garners votes
- License to drive: Foreign exchange student returns to Cullman to get driver’s license
- PREP FOOTBALL: Good Hope hopes to keep momentum rolling in 2020
- Ag Commissioner tests unsolicited seeds from China
- Braving the depths: Smith Lake divers face unique underwater challenges
- State grants funds to Cullman for intersection improvements
Funeral services for Helen Cook Sizemore will be Friday, August 7, 2020 at 11 a.m. at Moss Funeral Home Chapel with interment in Cullman City Cemetery. Visitation is Friday from 9 -11 a.m. Moss Funeral Home directing.
Mrs. Dorothy Bates Hancock, age 87, of Vinemont, Alabama passed away on Monday, August 3, 2020. Mrs. Hancock was born June 22, 1933 in Cullman, Alabama to Robert Lem and Mamie Trimble Bates. Mrs. Hancock is survived by daughter, Brenda (Marlin) Jennings; sons, Ronnie (Mary) Hancock and Mike …