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Grant money helps Landmark Park with three projects

A membership to Landmark Park opens the door to a wealth of educational and entertaining opportunities. For more information, contact the park office, 334-794-3452.CONTRIBUTED LOGO William Holman glances through the window of Landmark Park's Interpretive Center at a recently repaired courtyard. Holm

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2017-11-24 23:28:00

Accident reminds hunter of his Thanksgiving blessings

Shane Odom has plenty of reasons to say thanks today, Thanksgiving Day. He knows he's fortunate to be alive after a recent deer-hunting accident. Odom, of Danville, fell about 20 feet while hunting in Tanner on Nov. 11 after the strap on the ladder to his deer stand broke as he tried to climb down.


Man indicted on rape, domestic violence charges

FLORENCE - A Lauderdale County man has been indicted on a variety of charges after law enforcement said he attacked his live-in girlfriend. Reports indicate Trinity James O"Neal (Trent) Beadle, 24, 16 Lauderdale 576, Rogersville, was indicted on charges of first-degree rape, domestic violence strang


Hanceville Police Respond To Senior Center Noise Complaint

The Hanceville Police Department received multiple noise complaints this morning around 10:30 am. Neighbors reported high volume sounds emanating from the Hanceville Senior Center. The location of this facility is along the 1500 block of Spruce Street SE in the city's far east side. Chief of Police


Submit your child's letter to Santa

The Cullman Tribune will be publishing Letters to Santa this year beginning in December through the Christmas holidays. Each letter will be published, some in hard copy* and some online. Letters should contain a salutation, an introduction of the child, the child's list and any wishes for others, e

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-11-24 19:31:15

'I can't wait for the whole town, the whole area, to see it!'

CULLMAN - Christmas came early for more than 200 north Alabama shooting sports enthusiasts on Wednesday, when Cullman Shooting Sports hosted a pre-grand opening sneak-peek day for its founding members. Cullman Shooting Sports boasts the nation's longest, above ground, public indoor gun range. It is


Surging patient volume, revenues net Cullman Regional BBB- credit rating

Things are looking up at Cullman Regional. With surging patient volume and revenue, Fitch Ratings has upgraded the hospital's outlook from stable to positive while affirming its BBB- rating through the Health Care Authority of Cullman County on $59.1 million in bonds. The stellar financial report is


Stoney Lonesome, Duck River Reservoir awarded $743K in state trail grants

Upgrades are coming to Stoney Lonesome OHV Park and the trails at Duck River Reservoir with the help of two grants totaling more than $743,000. Gov. Kay Ivey announced a total of $3.3 million in grants Tuesday, with the Cullman County Commission receiving $550,473 and Cullman City Utilities Board $1

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-11-25 11:00:00

Beloved bartender in Pueblo taken off life support

PUEBLO, Colo. - Family and friends of Stacy Richardson-Cooper are in mourning after she was taken off life support on Thursday. Stacy was involved in an accident near the intersection of West 13th and Elizabeth in Pueblo on November 11. Our partners at The Pueblo Chieftain reported that witnesses

KRDO - 2017-11-24 23:57:10

Northbound I-25 shutdown north of Pueblo due to small brush fires

PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - Northbound I-25 was shut down due to multiple brush fires along the highway Thanksgiving night. The fires were sparked just after 6 p.m. Northbound I-25 was shut down about 15 miles north of Pueblo at about 6:15. This is a developing story and as more information becom

KKTV - 2017-11-24 02:32:00

Truck dragging muffler ignites small fires along I-25 between Pueblo & Fountain

PUEBLO COUNTY/ EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. - A truck dragging a muffler ignited several small fires along Interstate 25 on Thursday night. Crews are working to extinguish the flames between exit 108 in Pueblo and exit 117, which is just a couple of exits before Fountain. It is unknown whether the driver

KRDO - 2017-11-24 01:22:19

Black Friday: Consistent flow of shoppers at Pueblo stores

After the feasting usually comes the shopping. In what is traditionally the busiest, and in times past tumultuous, day of the holiday shopping season, Black Friday in Pueblo, was, for the most part, sure, steady but not particularly hectic. With big box retailers like Walmart and other outlets kicki

PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - 2017-11-24 22:56:03

Pueblo City Council has challenging year ahead

The next 11 months for City Council are going to be full of challenges because Pueblo voters have put the city on an entirely new course. Overshadowing everything else is the fact that a new strong mayor will be elected next November -- a single leader to set an agenda and gets things done. At least

PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - 2017-11-24 21:24:04

Pueblo teen thrives on the stage and on the football field

In one instant, Jesse Anzar is decked in white, flitting through the air then landing quite gracefully on his toes. In another moment, he's wearing a tuxedo vest, bow-tie and black slacks, dancing with a cast member. Later that evening, the South High School senior is on the gridiron catching passes

PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - 2017-11-24 06:30:06

Two hospitalized after stabbing in Pueblo

Pueblo police investigating a stabbing off Union on November 22, 2017 PUEBLO, Colo. - An argument between a man and a woman in Pueblo escalated into a stabbing on Wednesday. The incident unfolded right in front of the Daily Grind coffee shop off Union. Witnesses told Pueblo investigators that the


Underage prostitute arrested in Pueblo

The Pueblo Police Department PUEBLO, Colo. - A girl was arrested in Pueblo for underage prostitution last week. The Pueblo Police Department got an anonymous tip about the girl on November 14. When detectives reached out to the juvenile, she offered sexual services in exchange for money. A meetin


Body found in Hickory County is Urbana woman

On Nov.19, 2017, the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) responded to a residence near Urbana and recovered the body of a white female, positively identified by the MSHP as Ronda K. Farley, 50, from Urbana. The Patrol's Division of Drug and Crime Control continues to investigate. According to the p


County and city offices to be closed Dec. 25 and 26

Local county and city officials want to remind residents who might have business that needs to be addressed during the month of December, that their offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 25 and 26, for the Christmas holiday. State offices will be closed Dec. 25, but they will be open on De

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-24 08:30:00

Dallas County Health Department Shape Up results for week four

The Dallas County Health Department reported Shape Up results for week four. The person with the most weight loss was Renee B. with 2.77 percent. The activity challenge was to log at least 10,000 steps per day or 45 minutes of activity for a minimum of four days during the week. The nutrition challe


Hannah Myers to spend Thanksgiving in Bolivia

Urbana's Hannah Myers, a Skyline High School graduate, is leading a group of students from the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla in a trip to Bolivia during the Thanksgiving break. The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders will travel to Puerto Pando, Bolivia, to continue