“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.
The week after the Fourth of July is a busy one for the Cullman County Animal Shelter.
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.
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.
Grant applicants double check their grant application number prior to the CCCDC meeting Monday night