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Multiple drug-related arrests and Grand Jury indictments over last weekend

CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. – The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office managed multiple drug-related arrests, including drug trafficking, and several Grand Jury indictments over the weekend.  On Friday, May 20, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office deputies, along with state probation officers, attempted to serve a probation violation on an individual in the Good Hope area. While on scene, deputies identified Carolyn Ferguson, 54, of Cullman (pictured above).  Narcotics were found on her person. She was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine The same day, CCSO deputies arrested William Kyle, 35, of Tanner for multiple Grand Jury Indictments. He was charged with sex offense/sexual abuse (GJ) and...
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Obituary: Kenneth Richard Pace

Kenneth Richard Pace, age 53, of Hanceville, Alabama passed away on Thursday, May 26, 2022. Kenneth was born May 4, 1969, in Cullman, Alabama to Geneva Grimmett Pace and James Alan Pace. Kenneth is survived by his wife: Rachael Bice Pace; his daughter: Kenzie Pace; his sons: Kenny Dale Pace,...
HANCEVILLE, AL
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Tornado touches down in north Alabama during Thursday’s storms

Thursday’s round of storms produced a tornado in north Alabama. The National Weather Service in Huntsville said a preliminary damage survey found an EF-1 tornado touched down east of Falkville in Morgan County on Thursday afternoon. The weather service hasn’t released its full report on the storm yet but...
FALKVILLE, AL
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Arrests and incidents reported May 27, 2022

CULLMAN, Ala. – Below are the arrests and incidents reported May 27, 2022. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear Cullman County Sheriff’s Office No incidents or arrests reported. Cullman Police Department Incidents May 26 theft of property – 4th degree; person; Hwy 157; cashIdentity theft; person Arrests May 26 Loggins, Ashley N; 36 FTA – unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia Nolasco-Medel, Michele D; 50 FTA – driving while suspendedFTA – driving on wrong side of road Hanceville Police Department Incidents and arrests reported by CCSO. Find arrest reports online Monday-Friday at www.CullmanTribune.com.
CULLMAN, AL
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Snead State Community College’s

Snead State Community College’s Registered Apprenticeship Program continues to grow. The College recognized several students recently for signing apprenticeship agreements with local industries. Snead State’s Registered Apprenticeship Program is business driven, combining on-the-job learning with related technical instruction through the classes offered at the College. The program also includes...
BOAZ, AL
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Falkville residents impacted by storm damage

MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - Homeowners in Morgan County had their lives changed in the blink of an eye on Thursday afternoon. A possible tornado swept through Wilson Mountain Road in Falkville around 2 p.m. “The winds picked up and kept picking up and the next thing I know, the...

Falkville to welcome new bakery Homemade by LaLa in June

FALKVILLE, Ala. – A new business is coming to Falkville soon! Homemade by LaLa is set to open in Falkville in June. Owner Lela Weeks currently operates under Cottage Food Laws out of her house but is soon to get her own storefront to continue selling her baked goods. Weeks has been baking since 2006 after doing some baking for a job in a coffee shop, then teaching herself more complicated baking and decorating. She worked as a cook at Disney World for 10 years from 2011-2021 working her way up to pastry chef assistant. During the pandemic, she was furloughed...
FALKVILLE, AL
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Arrests and incidents reported May 25, 2022

CULLMAN, Ala. – Below are the arrests and incidents reported May 25, 2022. All persons are innocent until proven guilty. GJ = grand jury; FTA = failure to appear Cullman County Sheriff’s Office No incidents or arrests reported. Cullman Police Department Incidents May 20 unlawful breaking entering motor vehicle; Pilot Light Inc; 4th St. SE; catalytic converter; $300 May 22 theft of property – 4th degree, criminal trespass; Wal-Mart; Olive St. SW; general merchandise; $357 Arrests May 24 Gardner, Ryan D; 29 resisting arrestattempt to elude police officertheft of property – 4th degreeunlawful possession of marijuana – 2nd degreereckless endangerment Martin, Kasey K; 51 FTA – theft of property – 4th degree Scott, Jeffery L; 42 burglary – 3rd degreeUsing false identity to avoid prosecution Hanceville Police Department Incidents and arrests reported by CCSO. Find arrest reports online Monday-Friday at www.CullmanTribune.com.
CULLMAN, AL

PREP BASKETBALL: Jonathan Hayes returns to lead CHS varsity girls basketball

CULLMAN, Ala. — Cullman High School is turning to a proven commodity with the hire for the new varsity girls basketball coach.Former coach Jonathan Hayes will be stepping back in as Cullman High’s new varsity girls basketball coach, aiming to pick up where he left off after leading the team to more than 100 wins and some deep playoff runs in 2009-2015.Hayes will take over for Josh Hembree, who has coached the Lady Beacrats from 2016-2022.Hayes’ original six year tenure with the lady Bearcats saw his teams total 108 wins, and his teams reached the sub-state round of the playoffs...
CULLMAN, AL
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Snead State Community College Honors Alumni

The words were spoken as a challenge to those attending a day of celebration on Monday, May 16, at Snead State Community College. Though they were inspiration to the friends, family, community supporters, and college employees in attendance, they were also the motive behind the generosity of Snead State alumni Dr. Joe and Susan Nolen Story of Florida.
BOAZ, AL
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Twins John Wesson and James Ed Johnson headed to service academies

Arab has never seen a duo quite this unique. And it may be some time if this city sees anything like them again. Twins James Ed and John Wesson Johnson culminated their high school athletic careers last Friday morning with a joint signing ceremony at the Arab School Library. There was an overflow crowd as teammates, family, coaches, fellow students and school administrators poured into the library to watch the multi-sport athletes take the next step in their careers.
ARAB, AL

Victoria’s Hope – On the move again

CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman’s Victoria’s Hope Thrift and Treasures is transitioning from its former location on Hwy 31 N to its new address 230 Hwy 278W, just west of the interstate and Dollar General, in the building previously occupied by Charlie’s Leather. The nonprofit will be open in early June at their new location. Owner April German shared, “I am super excited about this new location! There is going to be so much more room. We will have enough space to hold appliances, which has been a huge need that we haven’t been able to fill because we simply didn’t have the...
CULLMAN, AL

Join Cullman veterans at Sportsman Lake this Saturday

CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2214 will host this year’s county observance of Memorial Day this Saturday, May 28 at 10:00 a.m. in Veterans Park at Sportsman’s Lake. Guest speakers include State Senator Garlan Gudger and Chairman Jeff Clemons. The Holly Pond Lions Club will dedicate a new stone marker and rose garden in honor of the unknown soldier.  The public is encouraged to take time out to come and honor our fallen and bring their kids and grandkids for a lesson on the cost of freedom. 
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Rep. Mike Rogers Announces Grant to Fix Ragland Railroad Crossing

(Oxford, AL) – U.S. Representative Mike Rogers announced on Thursday a $4,962,110.00 grant from the Department of Transportation to make safety improvements to the Alabama Tennessee River Railway (ATN) between Birmingham and Guntersville, AL. Rep. Rogers previously called on the Department of Transportation to approve this grant. “The students...
RAGLAND, AL
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