An aerial view of the rear of Cullman Memory Gardens. (Photo taken May 25, 2014)
Friday, September 19, 2014
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CULLMAN – Paul Bussman, State Senator District 4, announced the latest round of results from testing at Cullman Memory Gardens, concerning a leakage at the mausoleum. “Today I received word from the Dept. of Public Health regarding the issues at Memory Gardens. They have a reasonable... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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CULLMAN – The City of Cullman Sanitation Department received a new recycle truck funded by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) through a grant from the Alabama Recycling Fund. The truck, a 2014 Freightliner Mini Max, cost $135,000 and was 100% funded by the grant. A container... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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HOLLY POND – Good Hope is the reigning Cullman County Middle School football champion. Defeat has not been a part of the Raider program for the past two plus seasons. The winning streak for the Raiders grew to 17 games Monday night as they ran past Holly Pond 38-12 at Thomas-Michelfelder Field.... + continue reading
Sunday, September 14, 2014
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VINEMONT – Mandy Redding, technology teacher at Vinemont Middle School, has much more equipment at her disposal this school year thanks to purchases made by the VMS administration. The technology department at VMS is becoming highly equipped to handle the pressure of teaching technology to tech-... + continue reading
Sunday, September 14, 2014
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BREMEN – Local residents of Cullman County recently met at the Brushy Pond Community Center to discuss an ongoing legal battle that is affecting many in the area. Cullman County Associate Commissioner Stanley Yarbrough met with local concerned citizens along with Cullman County attorney Heath... + continue reading
An aerial view of the rear of Cullman Memory Gardens. (Photo taken May 25, 2014)

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An aerial view of the rear of Cullman Memory Gardens. (Photo taken May 25, 2014)
Friday, 19/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
CULLMAN – Paul Bussman, State Senator District 4, announced the latest round of results from testing at Cullman Memory Gardens, concerning a leakage at the mausoleum. “Today I received word from the Dept. of Public Health regarding the issues at Memory Gardens. They have a reasonable suspicion that the fluid leaking from the vault is from... + continue reading
Tuesday, 16/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
CULLMAN – The City of Cullman Sanitation Department received a new recycle truck funded by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) through a grant from the Alabama Recycling Fund. The truck, a 2014 Freightliner Mini Max, cost $135,000 and was 100% funded by the grant. A container fork truck, at a cost of $59,887, was also... + continue reading

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MONTGOMERY— Gov. Robert Bentley has awarded $3.63 million in grants for programs that to make Alabama roads safer by preventing injuries and fatalities. The state’s nine regional traffic safety... + continue reading

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“Becoming Colonel Cullmann” Entertained and Enlightened Moviegoers BIRMINGHAM – On Sunday, August 24, 2014, “Becoming Colonel Cullmann”, a documentary by Cullman filmmakers, Laura Axelrod and Greg... + continue reading

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Hiking at Hurricane Creek Park VINEMONT – From stress relief and exercise to beauty, hiking offers a world of benefits. Cullman’s own Hurricane Creek Park offers a natural way to stay in shape and... + continue reading