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Seven Alabama women created the Original Girls of Alabama Club; the Children's Museum of the Shoals has reopened and is going strong; 21 visually and hearing impaired students arrived at Ivy Green for the fifth annual Camp Courage: A Helen Keller Experience. Giving girls LaSawn Tuttle is someone who

TIMES DAILY - 2017-09-19 05:10:00

Tonight: Caring for Cullman concert at CHS

If you love Southern Gospel music, tonight's your night: the third annual Caring for Cullman concert to benefit the Good Samaritan health clinic will kick off at 7 p.m. at the Cullman High School auditorium. Big names with local ties headline the benefit, which helps to fund Good Samaritan, the Cull

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-18 19:09:00

West Nile Virus case confirmed in Cullman County

CULLMAN - A person in Cullman has tested positive for the West Nile Virus, according to a statement from Cullman Regional. The hospital said the patient presented with a severe headache and fever. He or she has been treated and since released. The diagnosis was made within the last seven days. Accor

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-19 19:37:48

1 week later: how Cullman area residents answered the call at the Gov. Guy Hunt Rest Area

DODGE CITY - It all began late in the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 9, with a single social media post asking for a little help. Rhonda Hagemore of the Dodge City Volunteer Fire Department wrote: "We have had a request from the Rest Area on I-65 between Exit 299 & 304 that there are Evacuees there th

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-17 02:51:41

Jacobs proclaims Sept. 17-23 'Constitution Week' in Cullman

CULLMAN - Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs has officially proclaimed the week of Sept. 17-23, 2017, "Constitution Week" in the city of Cullman. On Sept. 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met to sign the U.S. Constitution. Sept.17, 2017, marks the 230th anniversary of this historic e

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-17 03:03:02

Cullman County Fair Parade marches on

The annual Cullman County Fair Parade made its way up 2nd Ave. Saturday afternoon. The fair opens Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Cullman County Fairgrounds. The dogs may have had as much fun as the people Saturday at the Cullman County Fair Parade. Bullard Benjamin Asia Cousins, left, tries to give Jordi

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-17 00:33:00

Fr. Martin declares Bernard Blues and BBQ a success

CULLMAN - The first ever Bernard Blues and BBQ Festival is now in the books. Saint Bernard Prep School President Father Joel Martin declared the brand-new festival of Sept. 9 and 10 a success, and said the school plans to make the venture a tradition by continuing next September, the weekend after L

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-19 15:52:23

CELEBRATE health fair Wednesday at Wallace State

HANCEVILLE - Wallace State Community College will host its third CELEBRATE Adult Health and Wellness Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 8 a.m. to noon, in the Conference Center of the School of Nursing and Center for Science on the Hanceville campus. "We are excited to once again offer this free even

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-19 17:10:02

Hanceville Nursing and Rehab Center supports of nursing program

Hanceville Nursing and Rehab Center continued its tradition of supporting Wallace State Community College by presenting a check to the Wallace State Future Foundation to be establish the Jim D. and Mattie Moody Endowed Scholarship for nursing students. Michael Vickers, administrator at Hanceville Nu

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-19 15:37:00

Fired Morgan County Jail warden arrested for tampering with government records

The fired Morgan County Jail warden who is accused of leaking information to a blogger now faces a misdemeanor charge of tampering with governmental records. Leon Bradley (Morgan County Jail mugshot)Ashley Remkus | aremkus@al.com Leon Bradley has been under investigation for about a year in connecti

AL.COM - 2017-09-19 20:02:27

(Our view) Mental health needs at critical level

Alabama's limited financial capacity is threatening to push the state in reverse in many key areas of life, including mental healthcare. With an antiquated budget structure, lawmakers some years ago shut down state facilities for mental healthcare and moved the responsibility to community-based prog

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-17 10:00:00

BOOK REVIEW: Rollicking study of beer brewing history

"North Alabama Beer" by Sarah Belanger and Kamara Bowling Davis; American Palate, Charleston, South Carolina; $21.99, paperback Delight. You will utterly enjoy this rollicking study of north Alabama's beer brewing history. Including our Tennessee Valley, "North Alabama Beer" is not only an incredibl

DECATUR DAILY - 2017-09-17 05:00:00

Files from Yesteryear: 1933 and 1952

Doctor Dodson and daughter, Jane and Doctor J.C. Martin and daughters, Eunice and Grace left, on Wednesday, for a visit to the World's Fair, in Chicago. Maurice Norwood spent Monday afternoon, in Birmingham. Henry Wilhite and son, Verbon spent the past week, in New Orleans. Mrs. G.W. Thom and daught

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2017-09-17 03:12:23

Poultry & Egg association recognizes Danny Farr; donates to local schools, charities

Danny Farr has been named the 2017 Cullman County Poultry Hall of Fame recipient Saturday evening at the Cullman County Poultry & Egg Association banquet. The association also awarded $500 to every Cullman County high school agricultural department and nine local charities. Julie Barck | Special to

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-18 20:48:00

Marriage licenses and divorces for Aug. 22-Sept. 20, 2017

Here is a look at people who applied for marriage licenses in the Cullman County Probate Office from Aug. 22-Sept. 20: Gary Brandon Smith and Vanessa Lynn Unterseher, both of Holly Pond. Noel Matthew Armstrong and Lara Elaine Barnett Wadsworth, both of Moulton. Andrew Jamison Buff of Cullman and Jul

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-17 10:00:00

Hanceville student attends Camp Courage for visually and hearing impaired

Experiencing the life of Helen Keller is something Karson Buckelew can check off his things to do list. Buckelew, 10, a fifth grader at Hanceville Elementary, is among a group of students spending the weekend at Camp Courage, a Helen Keller Experience in Tuscumbia. The intensive camp for children wh

CULLMAN TIMES - 2017-09-18 17:05:00

UN chief: Nuclear threat at highest level since Cold War

UNITED NATIONS (AP) - U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned the world's leaders Tuesday that the threat of a nuclear attack is at its highest level since the end of the Cold War and "fiery talk can lead to fatal misunderstandings." In his first state-of-the-world report since taking the rei

TIMES DAILY - 2017-09-19 14:05:25

How to Pick the Perfect Engagement Ring

(StatePoint) An engagement ring is at once a symbol of love and commitment and also a reflection of a woman's personal style. For the engaged-to-be who hasn't quite determined the perfect sparkler for herself, articulating an engagement ring style can seem challenging. That's where a trusted jeweler

THEARABTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-09-19 05:00:00

DAVID MURDOCK: On the 'yoostabees'

While gassing up the car yesterday on Cleveland Avenue in Attalla, I glanced at the building across the street. The property is shuttered now and up for sale, but the building is still painted in the bright red and white livery of a Krystal restaurant, which is what is was when it closed a few years

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-09-17 06:01:00

Hartselle man pleads guilty to manslaughter in elderly pastor's death

A Hartselle man was sentenced to a minimum of three years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the death of an 85-year-old church pastor. Justin Lee Moore, 36, of 2609 Celestial Drive, was indicted last year by a Morgan County grand jury. The indictment stemmed from a two-vehicle crash

DECATUR DAILY - 2017-09-18 19:59:00