Knight-Free Insurance Agency

Knight-Free Insurance has been serving the people of Cullman County since 1943 by providing excellent customer service and great rates on home, auto, business and life insurance. Contact Knight-Free today to discover the hometown difference!

Cullman Chamber

Congratulations to new owners Dyron Powell and Zac Wood on today’s official re-grand opening and ribbon cutting of a Cullman staple, All Steak Restaurant! For 85 years, Cullmanites and visitors alike have created memories, celebrated milestones and started new traditions at this area landmark!

We’re excited to also welcome new Executive Chef, Anthony Barnes, who is focused on supporting our local farmers by incorporating local produce into the new enhanced menu!

Hours: Monday - Saturday Lunch 11 AM - 2 PM Dinner 4:30 PM - 9 PM
Closed Sunday

The ZAC Foundation

Drowning is preventable, yet, more than 1,000 children still die each year from accidental drownings. Most drownings among kids ages 1 to 4 happen in home swimming pools, but studies show that half of these tragedies can be avoided by installing a fence. If you have a backyard pool, be sure to surround it with a barrier at least 4 feet tall with a gate that automatically closes and locks.
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Congratulations to our own Cullman County Sports Hall of Fame’s newest member, Marty Hardman! Angie Hardman

Cullman Rotary Club

Congratulations to our Cullman Rotary Club Grill Team. Strawberry Festival Grill Master competition CHAMPIONS two years in a row!

E&M Fencing does great work!

Cullman Chamber

We all remember where we were on April 27, 2011 — and we never want to go through a similar experience again.

While we can't control Mother Nature, we can control how we prepare for potential disasters. That's why we have WBRC FOX6 News Meteorologist Matt Daniel WBRC set to join us at Friday's Chick-fil-A at Cullman State of Our Communities Community Session to talk about "Weather Preparedness."

This session is completely FREE to attend, and there will be a giveaway for a weather radio. Please note that you must be present to win! All State of Our Communities events will take place at the Cullman Civic Center.

Thanks to our Community Session Sponsor, Cullman Health & Rehab Center, and to our Corporate Sponsors, CPI Technologies and Cullman-Jefferson Counties Gas District.

A hopping good time | The Cullman Tribune CULLMAN, Ala. – Two over-sized bunnies competed in a “bunny hop” race Thursday morning at West Elementary School (WES). East Elementary School (EES) Principal David Wiggins and WES Principal Dr. Jay Page raced for carrots as second and third graders from both schools celebrated their first Spr...


Some good advice for tonight!

Russell Jones WBRC

Students and teachers from Cullman Area Technical Academy are heading to Lee County to help after last month’s deadly tornadoes. They will also deliver $7,000 in gift cards and 500 book bags.

Here is our April Newsletter for your enjoyment!
By the way, is your roof over 15 years old? Check inside for some good info!

Cullman County EMA

Strong to severe storms will be possible late Saturday night overnight into Sunday. All modes of severe weather are possible, including damaging wind gusts, hail and tornadoes. This event will unfold during the night, so HAVE MULTIPLE WAYS TO RECEIVE WARNINGS WHILE YOU'RE SLEEPING!!!
The broken line of storms will continue to push across the area early Sunday morning and through the early afternoon. Scattered to numerous severe thunderstorms are possible during this time. All modes of severe weather are possible, including damaging wind gusts, hail and tornadoes. Additional development is possible later in the day Sunday along the cold front itself, but this is much more uncertain at this time.

Handmade: A guide to St. Bernard’s 35th annual Bloomin’ Festival | The Cullman Tribune CULLMAN, Ala. – St. Bernard is preparing to host its 35th annual Bloomin’ Festival Arts and Crafts Fair April 6-7. The juried event, which requires each potential vendor to be evaluated before admission, draws a variety of talent a step above the average community craft show, making the festiv....

The Cincinnati Insurance Company

📵🚘When your eyes are off the road for just 5 seconds, your car could travel the length of a football field! #justdrive #distracteddrivingawarenessmonth

The orange rolls are safe! All Steak under new ownership, temporarily closed for renovation | The Cullman Tribune CULLMAN, Ala. – When folks around Cullman heard that local landmark, The All Steak Restaurant, is under new ownership, one of the first questions asked was, “What about the orange rolls?”  New proprietors, Cullman natives Zac Wood and Dyron Powell (owner of the acclaimed Dyron’s Lowcountry ...

Cullman Sheriff


The Cullman County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) has gotten several calls that scammers are calling from a "319 area code" claiming to be with the Social Security Administration and are targeting senior citizens.

The scammer will claim the potential victim owes back pay on their social security and needs to refund the money or the scammer will shut off the victims social security.

"We just want to try and get the word out to citizens, mainly our seniors who are targets of this crime, that the U.S. Government nor the State of Alabama will ever call you to solicit money over the phone. That’s not how it works," said Sheriff Matt Gentry.

Please warn any of your family members who are senior citizens and are a target of these type of scams!!!

Cullman Caring for Kids

This is the kind blessing you love to receive! Students from West Elementary brought 6,472 cans of food to the Cullman Caring for Kids/United Way Food Bank this morning. The kids helped unload the food and then had a chance to tour the food bank. THANK YOU WEST ELEMENTARY 😄😄😄

Absolutely Alabama: Busy Bee Cafe For a hundred years travelers and locals have been welcome to come in for a sit-down and meal. Today the Busy Bee is as busy as ever and still Absolutely Alabam

Cullman Fire Rescue

Dash is ready to take your calls this morning! Give us a call, we just might save you some $ too!

Daylight saving is coming! How to help kids 'spring forward' with ease From blackout curtains to wearing them out, parents and sleep experts share how they adjust kids to the time change.

Brad Travis WAFF 48 Meteorologist

Daylight Saving time begins this weekend. Spring forward! Sunset 6:49pm Sunday.

[02/27/19]   Please join us in wishing a very Happy Birthday to Wescoat today! 🎉

James Spann

A vigorous storm system will lift out of the western U.S. today; this is the one that brought snow to places like Los Angeles and Las Vegas in recent days. A deepening surface low will move across the Great Plains, pushing a surface cold front into Alabama tonight, slicing into a warm, unstable airmass. With strong wind fields, unstable air, steep lapse rates, and significant directional and speed shear, the stage is set for severe thunderstorms across parts of the southern U.S.

PLACEMENT: SPC has issued a "moderate risk" (level 4/5) of severe thunderstorms for North Mississippi, and adjacent parts of southern Tennessee and Northwest Alabama. The moderate risk includes cities like Muscle Shoals, Florence, Russellville, and Hamilton. An "enhanced risk" (level 3/5) extends as far east as Huntsville, Jasper, Tuscaloosa, and Livingston. The standard "slight risk" (level 2/5) runs down to Ranburne, Rockford, and Sweetwater. And, the "marginal risk" extends south to Lafayette, Montgomery, and Mobile.

TIMING: The window for severe storms will open across Northwest Alabama at 5:00 this afternoon, with the threat spreading south and east during the night. Storms will weaken after midnight as the upper support lifts away from the state.

THREATS: The highest tornado threat is in the "moderate" and "enhanced" risk areas, although we sure can't rule out one or two down into the "slight" risk. Storms will also be capable of producing damaging straight line winds and some hail. Strong tornadoes (EF-2 or higher) will be possible given the sheared environment.

GRADIENT WIND: Strong south winds will develop today as the pressure gradient tightens across the Deep South. These winds (not related to thunderstorms) will average 12-25 mph, with higher gusts. With the saturated soil conditions, some trees could easily come down as a result today and tonight. Winds will shift around to the west/northwest after the cold front passes through tonight.

FLOODING: A Flash Flood Warning reminds in effect for Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale Counties until 12:30p CT as rain continues to fall over the Tennessee Valley this morning. To the south, a decent part of the day will be dry with warm and windy conditions, but flooding will continue along streams, creeks, and rivers. You can check river levels and forecasts anytime here.

Thankfully the storms tonight will be moving quickly, and after tonight we will enjoy three days of rain-free weather.

CALL TO ACTION: Be sure you can hear severe weather warnings. This is the tax-free weekend in Alabama, today is a great opportunity to get a new NOAA Weather Radio for your home with battery backup. And, be sure you can receive warnings on your phone; have WEA (Wireless Emergency Alerts) enabled, and get a good app designed for warnings like this one.

Know where you are going in the event you are under a tornado warning polygon, and in that safe place have helmets (bicycle helmet, batting helmet, etc) for everyone. And, it is a good idea to have hard sole shoes and a portable air horn for everyone.

Storms will end after midnight, and tomorrow will be a sunny, pleasant day with a high in the 60s.

Keep an eye on the blog for forecast updates, and of course, we will be on ABC 33/40 live tonight if tornado warnings are issued.

The Cullman Tribune

Major League Fishing Coming to Cullman

Cullman, Smith Lake named as location for Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour Stage 5- The event will coincide with a festival at downtown Cullman's Depot Park and Festhalle.

Severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday happening this weekend Alabama’s eighth severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday begins on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, and ends at midnight, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, allowing Alabama shoppers to stock up tax free on common supplies costing less than $60 that every home and business needs to prepare for a natural disaster ...

The Cullman Tribune

The US National Weather Service Huntsville Alabama is now forecasting 10-12 inches of rain for Cullman over the next week. The Tribune will continue to bring you updates from NWS Huntsville and the Cullman County EMA through the week.

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City of Cullman Municipal Government

INTERSECTION CLOSING: Beginning Thursday, February 7, 2019, around 6:30 AM, the intersection of Main Avenue and Dripping Springs Road will be CLOSED for storm drain repairs. The intersection could remain closed for up to two days, until the necessary work is completed. Traffic will be detoured around the intersection. Please share with anyone who may be affected by this temporary intersection closing.

There's a new kid in town.... Check out our latest Newsletter to see who it is!

Life Happens

We like to call it "love insurance." #insureyourlove

Infant ibuprofen recall expands -

Alabama governor issues state of emegergency due to winter weather threat Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has issued a State of Emergency effective at 3 p.m. Monday for all counties in preparation for potential winter weather.

DASH is ready for the snow!

Did you know Knight-Free can insure your farm? Call 256-734-4060 and let’s talk about it!

Sweet Ruger came to see Dash today!

Please join us in welcoming Dawn N. Wright to the Knight-Free Insurance team. We invite all of Dawn's friends and family to give her a call at 256-734-4060 for all of your insurance needs!

Drive Safe Alabama

When you hear or see emergency vehicles, safely yield the right-of-way to that vehicle. What seems like an inconvenience for you is a lifesaver for someone else.

Rescue agencies call on kayakers to attach contact info to their vessels The Coast Guard, as well as state fish and wildlife agencies, is reporting an increasing problem with unmarked kayaks, canoes and other unpowered small boats adrift in waters in Alabama and across the nation.

Life Happens

If getting your finances in shape is one of your goals for 2019, remember that having life insurance is an essential component of financial wellness. Not sure if you have the right amount of coverage? Use our calculator to estimate what you need:

Life Happens

If you feel like you are taking a shot in the dark when deciding how much life insurance coverage to buy, our life insurance needs calculator can help!

We would like to thank all of our Knight-Free customers, friends and family for your prayers and support over the last year since Elliot died. Your words of encouragement, memories of Elliot, visits and kind words lifted our spirits and helped us press on as we know Elliot wanted us to do. In 2019 we continue to be thankful for and find refuge in God and his promises. We wish you all a blessed new year, and we are so very thankful for you.
William Elliot Free, III
June 10, 1942 - January 4, 2018

Knight-Free will be closed December 31 and January 1. We appreciate you and wish you all a blessed 2019!

Cullman Electric Cooperative

There will likely be several scattered power outages throughout our area over the next few days with all of this rain. Crews are already responding as of this evening. Please stay weather alert and report all outages and any downed lines to us by calling 256-737-3301. #StormyWeather #StaySafe

Knight-Free will be closed Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, December 25 as we celebrate Christmas with our families. We wish you all a Merry Christmas filled with love, peace and joy!


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410 1st Ave SE Ste 100
Cullman, AL

Opening Hours

Monday 13:00 - 17:00
Monday 07:30 - 12:00
Tuesday 13:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 12:00
Wednesday 13:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 12:00
Thursday 13:00 - 17:00
Thursday 07:30 - 12:00
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