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TWIN TOWER 66's ALLOW BRANDON LACASSE TO RUN AWAY With CULLMAN COUNTY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
TWIN TOWER 66's ALLOW BRANDON LACASSE TO RUN AWAY With CULLMAN COUNTY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
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  • Date of photography: 2017-08-27 15:23:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'25"N - 86°49'50"W
  • Brandon Lacasse documented that his 1st round 66 was no fluke on Sunday. He posted his second straight 66 against a strong field in the 21st annual Cullman County Golf Championship played at Cross Creek Golf Course. That put Lacasse an astonishing 12 under par over the two rounds of competitive play. Defending champion Luke Wilson closed like a freight train on Sunday with a five under 67. That finish made him runner-up in the Championship flight. For the full story on this championship including full scoring, photographs, and interviews with the key participants, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/28/brandon-lacasse-runs-away-wit...
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TWIN TOWER 66's ALLOW BRANDON LACASSE TO RUN AWAY With CULLMAN COUNTY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
TWIN TOWER 66's ALLOW BRANDON LACASSE TO RUN AWAY With CULLMAN COUNTY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
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  • Date of photography: 2017-08-27 15:28:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'25"N - 86°49'50"W
  • Brandon Lacasse documented that his 1st round 66 was no fluke on Sunday. He posted his second straight 66 against a strong field in the 21st annual Cullman County Golf Championship played at Cross Creek Golf Course. That put Lacasse an astonishing 12 under par over the two rounds of competitive play. Defending champion Luke Wilson closed like a freight train on Sunday with a five under 67. That finish made him runner-up in the Championship flight. For the full story on this championship including full scoring, photographs, and interviews with the key participants, please see: cullmantoday.com/2017/08/28/brandon-lacasse-runs-away-wit...
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INTERVIEW Good Hope Mayor Jerry Bartlett Christmas 2016
INTERVIEW Good Hope Mayor Jerry Bartlett Christmas 2016
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-10 14:51:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'27"N - 86°52'9"W
  • GOOD HOPE CHRISTMAS PARADE & CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK In this interview with City of Good Hope Mayor Jerry Bartlett, we break down this year’s outstanding Good Hope Christmas Parade that has just concluded. In addition, the Mayor explains the public festivities going on until dark at the Good Hope Municipal Park including face, painting, hay rides, train rides, pictures with Santa. Free food is being passed out like confetti as well. This video segment wraps up with the Good Hope High School Marching Band belting out a full version of ‘Frosty The Snowman’ as they move northward along the County Road 437 parade procession route: cullmantoday.com/2016/12/12/interview-good-hope-mayor-jer...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:34:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'40"N - 86°49'54"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:34:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'40"N - 86°49'53"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:35:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'41"N - 86°49'53"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:38:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'42"N - 86°49'53"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:41:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'43"N - 86°49'53"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
Power Pole Impact Triggers One Car Rollover
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-09 09:52:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'41"N - 86°49'53"W
  • A single car rollover occurred along the 1500 block of County Road 490 just north of Cross Creek Golf Course on Monday morning. Traffic was blocked in both directions of the roadway as emergency responders work to aid the victim and clear the debris field. Traffic was stopped for over 30 minutes. It appears the driver of the white Chevrolet Caprice Classic impacted an electric power pole next to the northbound lane of CR 490. The vehicle became unstable, flipping onto its roof approximately 150 feet north of the impact area. The operator of the car was somehow able to extricate himself through the driver’s window of the flattened car. Medical technicians from Regional Paramedical Services treated the man at the scene. He was transported to Cullman Regional Medical Center. The extent and severity of his injuries are unknown but appear to non-life threatening. A full presence of emergency agencies worked the accident location: Good Hope Fire & Rescue, Cullman Fire Rescue, Johnsons Crossing Fire & EMS, Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, and Cullman Police Department. A Trooper from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency arrived and conducted a complete investigation. Crews from Cullman Electric Cooperative and the telephone company were notified. Repairs to utilities at this location were expected to create at least some traffic flow issues later in the day. Mullins Body Shop provided towing services to remove the totaled Caprice. Traffic returned to normal flow once that task was accomplished. cullmantoday.com/2017/01/09/power-pole-impact-triggers-on...
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WP_20150426_14_42_43_Pro
WP_20150426_14_42_43_Pro
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  • Date of photography: 2015-04-26 14:42:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'59"N - 86°51'48"W
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2016-11-08 10.38.31
2016-11-08 10.38.31
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-11-08 10:38:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'31"N - 86°52'2"W
  • Heavy Early Voter Turnout Across Cullman County Today is Election Day across Cullman County and the United States. Here in Cullman County voter turnout is extremely heavy at many precincts this morning. As examples example: Baldwin Community Center (Precinct 33) - Over 40 voters before 8 am Cullman Courthouse (Precinct 1.6) - Voter lines up to 30 people deep Cullman Civic Center (Precinct 1.1) - Parking lot full of cars before 8 am Crane Hill Fire Department (Precinct 12) - Over 100 voters before 8 am Good Hope City Hall (Precinct 2.1) - Averaging 100 voters per hour Hanceville City Hall (Precinct 3.1) - Over 450 voters before 8 am Similar reports are coming in from other polling locations around the county. It seems entirely possible that by this evening, a record number of voters will have gone to their elections precincts and cast ballots today. Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry (one of three top election officials in the county along with Circuit Court Clerk Lisa McSwain and Judge of Probate Tammy Brown) have the responsibility of ensuring fair, open and accurate voting and elections results. In this interview, Sheriff Gentry discusses his Office's role in the election process AND turns his attention to this election's pivotal role in determining the conservative future of the nation: cullmantoday.com/2016/11/08/heavy-early-voter-turnout-acr...
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2016-11-08 10.42.22
2016-11-08 10.42.22
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-11-08 10:42:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'32"N - 86°52'3"W
  • Heavy Early Voter Turnout Across Cullman County Today is Election Day across Cullman County and the United States. Here in Cullman County voter turnout is extremely heavy at many precincts this morning. As examples example: Baldwin Community Center (Precinct 33) - Over 40 voters before 8 am Cullman Courthouse (Precinct 1.6) - Voter lines up to 30 people deep Cullman Civic Center (Precinct 1.1) - Parking lot full of cars before 8 am Crane Hill Fire Department (Precinct 12) - Over 100 voters before 8 am Good Hope City Hall (Precinct 2.1) - Averaging 100 voters per hour Hanceville City Hall (Precinct 3.1) - Over 450 voters before 8 am Similar reports are coming in from other polling locations around the county. It seems entirely possible that by this evening, a record number of voters will have gone to their elections precincts and cast ballots today. Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry (one of three top election officials in the county along with Circuit Court Clerk Lisa McSwain and Judge of Probate Tammy Brown) have the responsibility of ensuring fair, open and accurate voting and elections results. In this interview, Sheriff Gentry discusses his Office's role in the election process AND turns his attention to this election's pivotal role in determining the conservative future of the nation: cullmantoday.com/2016/11/08/heavy-early-voter-turnout-acr...
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2016-11-08 10.50.30
2016-11-08 10.50.30
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-11-08 10:50:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'31"N - 86°52'4"W
  • Heavy Early Voter Turnout Across Cullman County Today is Election Day across Cullman County and the United States. Here in Cullman County voter turnout is extremely heavy at many precincts this morning. As examples example: Baldwin Community Center (Precinct 33) - Over 40 voters before 8 am Cullman Courthouse (Precinct 1.6) - Voter lines up to 30 people deep Cullman Civic Center (Precinct 1.1) - Parking lot full of cars before 8 am Crane Hill Fire Department (Precinct 12) - Over 100 voters before 8 am Good Hope City Hall (Precinct 2.1) - Averaging 100 voters per hour Hanceville City Hall (Precinct 3.1) - Over 450 voters before 8 am Similar reports are coming in from other polling locations around the county. It seems entirely possible that by this evening, a record number of voters will have gone to their elections precincts and cast ballots today. Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry (one of three top election officials in the county along with Circuit Court Clerk Lisa McSwain and Judge of Probate Tammy Brown) have the responsibility of ensuring fair, open and accurate voting and elections results. In this interview, Sheriff Gentry discusses his Office's role in the election process AND turns his attention to this election's pivotal role in determining the conservative future of the nation: cullmantoday.com/2016/11/08/heavy-early-voter-turnout-acr...
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8th Annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament
8th Annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament
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  • Date of photography: 2016-10-08 11:37:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'23"N - 86°49'52"W
  • The 8th annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament was played Saturday at the Cross Creek Golf Course. With an 8:00 am a shotgun start, around 70 golfers teed off to raise money for the Cullman County Fire Association’s annual Christmas Charity. The proceeds generated from this golfing extravaganza will be going to children in need during the Christmas season representing each school district in the Cullman County School system. According to Good Hope Fire Chief David Scott: “Last year we sponsored 3o children in Cullman County. This year we are on track to ensure that many kids or more have a very memorable Christmas. The Fire Association is truly grateful to everyone who provided our door prizes, all the organizations who sponsored each hole throughout the golf course and to each and every vendor and person who provided their support to make this event a success.” Logan Fire Chief Toby Bates estimates the Cullman County Fire Association’s fundraising efforts will provide around $200 per child at Christmas time: “We leave the ultimate decision as to which child in each school district is the most in need of this support to the school administrators. Basically, we raise the money through this golf tournament and allow the top people in each school to make sure it gets into the lives of the children who circumstances dictate they need it most.” Beyond the charity aspect of this tournament, the field for this event was a Who’s Who of Cullman County firefighters, emergency responders, political figures and others invested in the core spirit of community volunteerism represented by the Cullman County Fire Association. Among the many three-man teams on the course, there was a broad spectrum range of golfing skills on display. From big-hitting, low handicap players like Ben Willingham to youngsters from the middle school level. While the competition was first and foremost about fun and camaraderie, there was still some very serious golfing happening at Cullman Golf Course on Saturday. The winning team was made up of: Kevin Crawford Brandon Brown Casey Manns Second Place went to: Turkey Kent Mike Eddy Rene Williams The ‘Closest To The Pin’ sharp shooter was: Turkey Kent The ‘Longest Drive’ contest was taken by: Ben Willingham If you would like to assist the Cullman County Fire Association’s efforts in uplifting the lives of children this Christmas, you can drop by any of Cullman County Volunteer Fire Departments and hand off your charitable contribution to each station house’s fire chief: Cullman County Fire Departments Arkadelphia Leon Smith Baileyton Zack McGee Battleground Ryan Woods Berlin Ralph Laney Bethsadia Buddy Carden Bremen Donald Stricklin, Sr. Cold Springs Bobby Garmon Colony Wyman Boyd Crane Hill Robert Abbott Dodge City Matt Weaver Fairview Doug Williams Garden City Steve Ohls Gold Ridge Jerad Guthrie Good Hope David Scott Hanceville Rodger Green Holly Pond Zack Nail Johnsons Crossing Mark Reeves Jones Chapel Buddy Fowler Joppa Donnie Hadley Logan Toby Bates Loretto Tony Barnett Sardis Brett Rodgers Trimble Jerome Speegle Vinemont Mike Graves Walter Randall Henderson West Point Tim Martin For the full story including image gallery and videos, please see: cullmantoday.com/2016/10/10/8th-annual-cullman-county-fir...
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8th Annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament
8th Annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament
  • Author: cullmantoday Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-08 08:58:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°6'23"N - 86°49'52"W
  • The 8th annual Cullman County Fire Association Golf Tournament was played Saturday at the Cross Creek Golf Course. With an 8:00 am a shotgun start, around 70 golfers teed off to raise money for the Cullman County Fire Association’s annual Christmas Charity. The proceeds generated from this golfing extravaganza will be going to children in need during the Christmas season representing each school district in the Cullman County School system. According to Good Hope Fire Chief David Scott: “Last year we sponsored 3o children in Cullman County. This year we are on track to ensure that many kids or more have a very memorable Christmas. The Fire Association is truly grateful to everyone who provided our door prizes, all the organizations who sponsored each hole throughout the golf course and to each and every vendor and person who provided their support to make this event a success.” Logan Fire Chief Toby Bates estimates the Cullman County Fire Association’s fundraising efforts will provide around $200 per child at Christmas time: “We leave the ultimate decision as to which child in each school district is the most in need of this support to the school administrators. Basically, we raise the money through this golf tournament and allow the top people in each school to make sure it gets into the lives of the children who circumstances dictate they need it most.” Beyond the charity aspect of this tournament, the field for this event was a Who’s Who of Cullman County firefighters, emergency responders, political figures and others invested in the core spirit of community volunteerism represented by the Cullman County Fire Association. Among the many three-man teams on the course, there was a broad spectrum range of golfing skills on display. From big-hitting, low handicap players like Ben Willingham to youngsters from the middle school level. While the competition was first and foremost about fun and camaraderie, there was still some very serious golfing happening at Cullman Golf Course on Saturday. The winning team was made up of: Kevin Crawford Brandon Brown Casey Manns Second Place went to: Turkey Kent Mike Eddy Rene Williams The ‘Closest To The Pin’ sharp shooter was: Turkey Kent The ‘Longest Drive’ contest was taken by: Ben Willingham If you would like to assist the Cullman County Fire Association’s efforts in uplifting the lives of children this Christmas, you can drop by any of Cullman County Volunteer Fire Departments and hand off your charitable contribution to each station house’s fire chief: Cullman County Fire Departments Arkadelphia Leon Smith Baileyton Zack McGee Battleground Ryan Woods Berlin Ralph Laney Bethsadia Buddy Carden Bremen Donald Stricklin, Sr. Cold Springs Bobby Garmon Colony Wyman Boyd Crane Hill Robert Abbott Dodge City Matt Weaver Fairview Doug Williams Garden City Steve Ohls Gold Ridge Jerad Guthrie Good Hope David Scott Hanceville Rodger Green Holly Pond Zack Nail Johnsons Crossing Mark Reeves Jones Chapel Buddy Fowler Joppa Donnie Hadley Logan Toby Bates Loretto Tony Barnett Sardis Brett Rodgers Trimble Jerome Speegle Vinemont Mike Graves Walter Randall Henderson West Point Tim Martin For the full story including image gallery and videos, please see: cullmantoday.com/2016/10/10/8th-annual-cullman-county-fir...
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