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Violent Crime:63
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:3
Aggravated Assault:53
Property Crime:676
Larceny Theft:460
Motor Vehicle Theft:51
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Total population of residents8,050
White resident population recorded7,775
Black or African American resident population recorded8
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded50
Asian resident population recorded59
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded6
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded136
Resident population of some other race recorded60
Resident population of two or more races recorded92
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13-04270-7 Frances Marable
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Reynolds, Thomas E [Fact Summary for Motion for Relief from Stay] (<a href=''>57</a>)
Happening April 09 2014 - Source:

Facebook Buys Virtual Game Maker
Intel is making a move into wearable technology. Facebook is buying a virtual reality game maker called Oculus VR. And, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates for Windows XP beginning April 8th.
Happening March 27 2014 - Source:

Falkville Lady Devils upset No.1 Covenant Christian
By:&nbsp;Johnny ThorntonHANCEVILLE – Falkville is getting plenty of exposure for an accomplishment for the first time in history of the Lady Blue Devils' basketball program. History was set Friday afternoon in the 1A Northwest Regional championship with Falkville upsetting No. 1 Covenant Christian 52-43 at Tom Drake Coliseum on the Wallace State campus. Now 21-7, the Lady Devils are Birmingham bound with a semifinal game in the state tournament on Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center. What keyed the Lady Devils to the upset was accuracy at the foul line in the fourth period. Going 14 of 18, the Lady Devils were able to break a 30-30 tie with a 22-point fourth period and end a 17-game winning by the No. 1 team in this classification. "This has to be the worst free throw team I've ever coached," Falkville coach Jeff Andrews said after the game. "It's been a long road to get here. We've had some tough years. My record is 101-141 in 10 seasons. We're getting over the hump." Facing a team that featured one of the top three-point shooters in Anna Claire Noblit, the Lady Devils were able to slow down the signee to a scholarship with the University of Chattanooga, allowing her only made shots in 23 tries and only four of 15 from long range. "We talked about flattening her out," Andrews added. "We were concerned about her shooting off the screen." This game was toe to toe. The Lady Devils broke the tie right as the clock expired in the first period when Bailey Anders nailed a trey from the right baseline. That gave Falkville a 16-13 lead. It was 23-20 Falkville at halftime with Anders and sophomore teammate Autumn Eddy combining for seven in the half and getting support by McKensie Newman off the bench with two field goals. Covenant Christian came back and moved ahead late in the third on a field goal by Rachel Farris off an assist from center Bailey Hill and was up 30-27. Then with 39 seconds left in the quarter, Anders nailed a trey and the game went to the final period tied at 30-30. Senior Patricia Kilgore gave Falkville a 41-36 lead with 2:31 to go. Then it was time for the free throw attack to come to life and put the game out of reach. Eddy tossed in two from the line with 32 seconds left that made it 50-43 and 14 seconds later, McKenzie Smith sealed the greatest win in Lady Devil history with two from the stripe. Eddy collected 13 points on three field goals but was seven of seven from the line and had seven rebounds to go with four assists. Anders netted 12 and was named the regional MVP. She was joined on the All-Tournament team by Eddy. Newman scored nine for the Devils, Kilgore seven, Smith three, Emily Mickelson six and Kaitlyn Boyer two. Covenant Christian finishes at 29-2. The Lady Eagles were led by senior center Bailey Hill with 20 on seven of 18 shooting, six of six from the line and seven rebounds. Noblit added 15 while Farris and Elizabeth Mitchell scored four. This is great for Falkville because of the exposure they are receiving. When asked about the attention they have received, Eddy replied by saying, they ask where Falkville is located and she said, "they know we are somewhere between Hartselle and Cullman. Now we are on the map with this win." Falkville is the second team from Morgan County in girls basketball to appear in this year's Final Four. Brewer won the 5A Northeast Regional Friday afternoon in Jacksonville in the final seconds by the score of 50-49 over rival Arab. Priceville is trying to make it three teams from Morgan County to go to the BJCC if the No. 5 Lady Bulldogs can upset No. 1 Oneonta in the 4A regional championship at Wallace State Saturday at 3:40 p.m.   Rate this article:&nbsp; Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening February 22 2014 - Source:

Prep Basketball takes a night off due to Inclement Winter Weather
By:&nbsp;Johnny ThorntonCULLMAN – Tuesday's inclement weather caused an evening of high school basketball to not be played. Six regular season assignments were on tap with no one keeping the games on schedule for the safety of the players and fans. One assignment will not be made up. West Point was to play at Vinemont Tuesday with Vinemont Principal Brandon Payne reporting the games will not be rescheduled with the regular season down to three days. Walker at Cold Springs will be played Thursday after it was postponed Tuesday. The Eagles will be playing for the first time after winning the Cullman County championship last Saturday at Wallace State. Madison Academy comes to Holly Pond on Friday with a matchup of highly ranked teams. Madison Academy was No. 2 going into this week's 3A rankings with Holly Pond No. 3. The girls battle is Madison Academy at No. 2 and Holly Pond No. 4. The girls will play at 5:30 while the Broncos and Mustangs take to the floor at Felton Easterwood Gym at 7 p.m. The Priceville at Good Hope games will be Saturday for senior night. This will be the final regular season game for the Lady Raiders and Raiders at D.E. Ryan Gymnasium. The games will be at 5 &amp; 6:30 p.m. There's no word if Corner and Hanceville will be replayed. These games were called off Tuesday at Lane Horton Gymnasium. As of Wednesday, Cullman was to play at Gardendale in an attempt to make up its games after not able to get to the gymnasium Tuesday night. Games that were regularly scheduled Thursday and Friday will continue to be played. On Thursday, Good Hope goes to Holly Pond, Arab comes to Cullman, Fairview is at West Point and Curry is on the road to meet Vinemont. Now on Friday, Vinemont has an assignment at Cold Springs with Hanceville heading to Joe Shults Gym to meet Fairview. The Madison Academy-Holly Pond game has been added, giving a total of five local teams playing for the final Friday of January. Regular season play ends on Monday with Holly Pond playing at Cullman, Good Hope traveling to Hayden, Cold Springs at West Point and Fairview at Vinemont.  Area tournaments will begin next weekend with girls area tournament play at Cold Springs and Holly Pond. Local boys area tournaments will be hosted by Hanceville and Holly Pond.   Rate this article:&nbsp; Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening January 29 2014 - Source:

14-30230 Charles William Marable, Sr.
Type: bk Office: 2 Chapter: 13 [Declaration re: Electronic Filing] (<a href=''>6</a>)
Happening January 28 2014 - Source:

Winning streaks continues for the Cullman basketball teams
By:&nbsp;Johnny ThorntonWEST POINT – When the Cullman Bearcats score a lot of points in a basketball game, their chances of winning are very good. Friday night at Jim Boyd Gymnasium, the Bearcats topped West Point 88-62 to extend their current winning streak to four games, improve to 13-6 overall and go 4-1 in 5A, Area 15 action. Cullman is now 8-2 with eight straight victories when the Bearcats score 75 points or better in a game. In a seven-day period, coach Bobby Meyer's team has produced 79 against Muscle Shoals, 104 vs. Hartselle and the 88 in sweeping the season series from West Point. It was a very tight first period with West Point having good results early. Getting the ball inside to Ryder Jones was valuable with the Warriors getting a 12-5 lead before the Bearcat offense started to find their rhythm. Lawson Schaffer picked up the slack for his team with a 9-point first period and had baskets from five teammates that allowed the Bearcats to take a 21-18 lead into the second stanza, ending the opening frame on a 16-6 run. Three minutes into the second period, the game was broke wide open by Cullman. Fifteen consecutive points with Lane Donaldson leading the way gave the visitors a 36-18 lead. As the half came to a close, the Bearcats were up 54-32, completing a 33-point second period as Schaffer, Seth Swalve and Donaldson combined for 33 points. Cullman had hit nine treys in the first half and had as many points by intermission as they did three days earlier with Hartselle. Cullman continued to shoot well and score. The Bearcats went up by 30 in the third period, but couldn't keep the Warriors from playing hard and trying to cut into the deficit. It was 77-54 going into the fourth but Randy Jones' Warriors could only manage eight points in the final period. They kept the Cullman offense in check, yielding only 11 points, four field goals after they had been on fire prior to the last eight minutes, Schaffer ended the game with 28 points and now has 1,040 in his career. Chase Slocomb picked up the pace with a 12-point performance while Swalve scored 11, Donaldson and Auston Neal nine, Lee Mattox seven, Austin Beck five, Keaton Dean four and Jason McAffee three. Cullman converted 14 baskets from three-point range and accounted for 31 field goals on the night. Jones had 13 for the Warriors, now 10-9 and 0-5 in the area. Will Wrenn and Tanner Rusk hit nine, Jordan McKenzie eight, Eric Voce and Tristan Dubberly six, Levi Laney and Bryant Farley five and Zack Tilley two. Cullman will host East Limestone next Friday needing a victory to force a tie for the lead in the Area 15 standings. Before the Bearcats face the Indians, they travel to Arab Monday and entertain Dora on Tuesday. West Point will look to bounce back with a Tuesday night game at Good Hope and welcome Hartselle to town next Friday to close out the area regular season slate. Cullman Lady Bearcats 60, West Point 45 Winners of three straight, the Lady Bearcats moved to 4-1 in area play and 10-6 for the season, breaking open a close game after they led at halftime 25-21. Point guard Baylee Johnson and forward Christina Skinner developed into a tandem in the second half scoring for coach Jonathan Hayes. Skinner caught fire with a nine point third period, hitting three close range jumpers and going three for three at the line. The 16-9 run by Cullman gave them a 41-30 lead at the end of the third. Johnson finished off the scoring chores by hitting for 13 in the final period and ended the night with a game high 29 points. Six shots were made by Johnson in the fourth as she and Skinner combined to knock down 11 field goals in the final half as West Point had a hard time slowing down the pair. Skinner contributed 13 points and was very aggressive on the boards with better than 10 rebounds, several from the defensive side. Oakleigh White had eight, Hayden Short scored six and Carrie Evans flipped in two. Mallory Walker was a bright spot for West Point. After getting into foul trouble and scoring only two points in a 40-20 loss to Fairview three days before the Cullman game, Walker was hot in the setback with 27 points. She delivered 15 in the second half, with 11 coming during the final period.  Walker wound up with eight field goals and five of six in free throw opportunities. Jamie Beasley scored seven, Alexis Bell and Jeri Beasley had five and Lexi Burdette finished with one. Other Scoring Action from Cullman County teams Girls Danville 59 vs Hanceville 32 Cold Springs 66 vs Lamar County 13 Fairview 41 vs Locust Fork 59 Good Hope 52 vs Vinemont 13 Holly Pond 73 vs New Hope 28 Boys Hanceville 47 vs Danville 43 Cold Springs 83 vs Lamar County 54 Fairview 59 vs Locust Fork 51 Vinemont 64 vs Good Hope 61 Holly Pond 91 vs New Hope 61     Rate this article:&nbsp; Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening January 12 2014 - Source:

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Police arrest 13 people at post-prom open house party
About a dozen people faced charges following a post-prom party. Arab police busted them at a home on Shady Lane Northeast.
April 17 2014 - Source:

Two die several hurt in bus collision near Taif
(MENAFN - Arab News) Two people were killed and several were injured when a bus traveling from jeddah to riyadh with 47 passengers on board collided head-on with a truck loaded wit...
April 09 2014 - Source:

'Kelley's Law' awaits Governor's signature
The law would make the murder of a person who had a protective order a capital offense.
April 03 2014 - Source:

Soldier's journal to be returned thanks to social media search
SFC Bailey will soon be reunited with a long-lost journal, and meet the woman who found it and worked hard to find its rightful owner.
April 01 2014 - Source:

Naked man tells officers he's making tree his home
Michael Howard Long was found nude, 40 feet up a tree outside his residence over the weekend.
March 25 2014 - Source:

Intruder stabs woman, threatens return
An Arab woman arrived home Thursday morning to find a camouflaged man rummaging through her kitchen, who then picked up a knife and stabbed her in the wrist.
March 13 2014 - Source:

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