Cullman Daily News

It’s A Family Seafood Affair

Claude Vaughn, an owner of Captain Claude’s Kitchen, is a professional fishing Captain in the Gulf of Mexico. While being gone for work took up much of his time, he was looking at a way to put his love for seafood to use and be able to spend more time with his family.
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Bearcat Student Becomes Musical Genius

Yukino Shichinohe, a Cullman High School Music Genius, has spent the last six years perfecting the Alto Saxophone for the Bearcats Marching Band. As an upcoming senior, she can now say she is one of the best musicians in the state. As a Junior, Yukino was not only an all-district...

Cullman’s Ian Willoughby Ready To Tee Off At State

Cullman High School has a plethora of athletes year in and year out that achieve high goals in the state. For example, the boy’s basketball team is coming off a 6A state championship, baseball is consistently one of the top programs in the state, the band sends several musicians to D1 schools, and Ian Willoughby, which is one of the top golfers in the state.

Andrew Sorrell Shatters Fundraising Record for State Auditor

(Muscle Shoals, AL) Today, Representative Andrew Sorrell announced he has more than doubled the previous fundraising record for State Auditor. “The response to my campaign has been overwhelming. We were humbled to receive almost 40% of the vote in the Republican Primary on May 24 th , and we look forward to a successful completion of this race tomorrow in the Runoff elections. Now, I am pleased to announce we have more than doubled the previous fundraising record for State Auditor by receiving $282,000 in contributions since we launched this campaign a year ago. The previous record was $133,000. Over 95% of the money has come from individuals and businesses, not Montgomery special interest groups and PACs.”

Rutger Hyche: Why I’m Voting for Tom Fredricks

Winston County Commissioner Rutger Hyche published the following endorsement for Tom Fredricks on Sunday. Fredricks is currently running for Alabama House District 14 against incumbent Tim Wadsworth:. I have been approached by many constituents saying they deserve an explanation as to why I support Tom Fredricks. As an elected official...

Hanceville Bull Bash Draws Huge Crowd

The City of Hanceville hosted its inaugural Bull Bash Saturday night at C.W. Day Park. The City of Hanceville has done several summer events in the previous years and has never seen a crowd like bull riding brought in, bringing over one thousand people together to watch one goal, to see which rider can last eight seconds.

Cullman’s Superstar Golfer Named to North All-Star Team

Mary Charles Davis, a Junior at Cullman High School, was named to the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s North All-Star team earlier last week. The young lady Bearcat was excited for the opportunity to be able to represent Cullman High School in July, saying, “I am so thankful for all the opportunities and experiences I have had to get me to where I am. “

Courtney’s Dance Academy to Host 2022 Showcase Sunday

Courtney’s Dance Academy, a local dance instruction studio, is hosting a dance showcase Sunday to show off the moves, which its dancers learned over the previous year. Classes which these dancers take are designed to stimulate the enjoyment of dance while laying an important foundation for further training. As the dancer advances, the variety and intensity of the class work increases.

Long Time Doctor Robert Chadband Passes away

It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of Robert Chadband, MD. He was a beloved member of CPC Multi-Specialty Group. Dr. Chadband was dedicated to improving the health and wellness of his patients and our community. He tirelessly served his patients for over 45 years. On...

Montgomery Retires, Nassetta Named New Assistant Police Chief

After over 29 years with the Cullman Police Department, Assistant Police Cheif Craig Montgomery, retires. The police department held a retirement luncheon today to honor Montgomery and recognize him for his work with the department. Montgomery expressed his gratitude to current and past officers, investigators, sergeants, lieutenants, and Cheif Culpepper for assisting him along the way.