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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen decided to table the decision of an additional plaque being added to the door of the PA announcer booth in the George Martin Press Box at Sam Davis Park to collect more information.

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A request to add a name to the honorarium of the Sam Davis Park football announcer booth is scheduled to be among the items on the agenda for next week’s meeting of the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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Several alderman candidates met the necessary requirements just before the qualifying deadline for the Nov. 3 election in Pulaski and Ardmore, Tenn.

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Giles County’s “March for Equality” came and went with no violence as approximately 150 peaceful protesters marched from the Pulaski Square to Sam Davis Stadium and back.

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed raising the city’s parade permit bond during their work session Monday, after Alderman Randy Massey suggested the idea during last week’s city council meeting.

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Peaceful protesters are planning to take to the streets of Pulaski Saturday, Aug. 15, with the hopes of starting a conversation about the recent issues facing our nation and our community.

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Wright Paving Company out of Fayetteville performs paving and street work over the weekend on and around the Pulaski Square. This year’s list of potential street projects includes around two dozen streets which could be addressed out of the city’s $1.5 million budget. The company was hard at…

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The balancing act that is history and heritage was on full display last night (Monday) at Pulaski City Hall when the Board of Mayor and Aldermen met to discuss, among other things, the possibility of changing the name of Sam Davis Park.

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The announcer’s booth in the George Martin Press Box at Sam Davis Stadium will now be called the Bill Holt Announcer’s Booth.

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A town that has dealt with its share of racial strife in the past, mostly not of its own making, is starting to look inward at whether enough has been done to promote racial unity and exactly what enough is.

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With many cities across the country seeing non-violent protests turn violent after the death of George Floyd, the city of Pulaski discussed how residents can go about staging a peaceful protest lawfully.

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The Pulaski Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with the city of Pulaski, announced its plan to safely reopen all city parks as well as the recreation center as of June 1.

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The Pulaski Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with the city of Pulaski, has announced a plan to safely reopen all city parks as well as the recreation center June 1.

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A public hearing has been set for the proposed 2020-21 City of Pulaski budget as the Board of Mayor and Aldermen resumed their regular meeting schedule this week.

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Editor's Note: As of today, Wednesday, March 25, according to tn.gov/health, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Giles County. Four counties contiguous to Giles — Maury and Lincoln in Tennessee and Limestone and Lauderdale in Alabama — have confirmed cases.

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Editor's Note: As of today, Wednesday, March 25, according to tn.gov/health, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Giles County. Four counties contiguous to Giles — Maury and Lincoln in Tennessee and Limestone and Lauderdale in Alabama — have confirmed cases.

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Editor's Note: As of today, Wednesday, March 25, according to tn.gov/health, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Giles County. Four counties contiguous to Giles — Maury and Lincoln in Tennessee and Limestone and Lauderdale in Alabama — have confirmed cases.

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