To the Editor:
General Manager Katie Bartlett of Milo's Hamburgers, along with the staff, would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Cullman for taking time out of their busy schedule this week. They removed and replaced the massive, 20x30-foot flag that we were so proud of;…
I would love to add some kind words about the nurses that care for the clients of Cullman Area Mental Health Authority. This is especially important as this is also Mental Health Awareness month.
The Republican nominee for president will be chosen by Republican Primary voters. I believe it is safe to say that most of us favor securing our southern border as soon as possible. Further, one candidate has mentioned deporting some 11-20 million illegal immigrants in the U.S. (of all nationalities, including border crossers and those who have overstayed their visas). This has been met with an uproar, and quite a few who say it would be too difficult to find them, too costly to deport them and too inhumane to separate families. This candidate responds by saying it is all about using common sense.
This Thanksgiving Day, as we gather with family and friends to count our blessings, let's give thanks for the bounty we enjoy not just on this holiday, but every day. The safe, plentiful food that is available to us, and the products used to produce the clothing, housing, medicines, fuel and…
A word of thanks to the Cullman VFW for their wonderful veterans program at Sportsman Lake Park; the volunteers who place the American flags along our roadways; Denney’s for the free breakfast for veterans; Applebee’s for the free dinner for veterans; the school children of Cullman County fo…
Fairview High School has a large problem with their stadium. People come in to enjoy football, track and field, and the band. It is a real asset to the community. The school is such a beautiful campus, we would hate to have a portion of the school unusable. I think we owe the school and the …
I have a leadership development ministry. We believe and teach the principle that good decisions are based on dissenting opinions. That is true and applies only when those opinions are based upon facts, real reality, truth.
This Week's Circulars
- 2 Cullman men charged with selling meth
- Former Vinemont Mayor Melba Patton's death announced
- Arrests, incidents reports for Nov. 9-13, 2018
- Search warrant leads to 2 arrests for drugs
- Longtime businessman Charles Waldrop passes away
- PREP FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: No. 9 Good Hope rolls past No. 2 Jacksonville 27-12 to advance to quarterfinals for 1st time since 1997
- Arrests, incidents reports for Nov. 16-18, 2018
- Hannah Bates Memorial Scholarship event announced
- Arrests, incidents reports for Nov. 15, 2018
- PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Saints down Vinemont 45-43; Lady Eagles ease past St. Bernard 48-28