Congregants throughout the history of Liberty United Methodist Church have shared their love of their faith and ministry with each other and the community. For more than 175 years they have dedicated themselves to those in need and to spreading the gospel of Christ.
Residents living in and around Pulaski can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening.
Elkton Elementary PreK-fourth grade Teacher of the Year Kim McAlister has demonstrated a love for educating those in her charge for more than a decade.
This installment of Giles Paths takes a look at the life of James R. Puryear through a letter I submitted, as chairman of the Wales Boat Ramp Committee, to State Rep. Clay Doggett.
JoJo’s Sports Cards & Memorabilia celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles Chamber. Cutting the ribbon are (from left) Coty Moore, Joshua Grider, Skyy Grider, Heather Ayres, David Hamilton, Trinity Grider, Jennifer Collins, Andy Harvey, Derek Hag…
Colton Bass is just the type of citizen whose contributions have made a difference and stand out in the community in which he lives.
The fourth annual Pulaski Touch a Truck will be bigger than ever and registration is currently open.
Sweet Tees celebrates its Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles Chamber. Cutting the ribbon are (from left) Hagan Lamar, Amanda Sisk, Caitlin Harris, Heather Ayres, Megan Rogers, Krissy Hagen and Hayley Holt. Sweet Tees is located at 421 W. College St. in Pulask…
Cody and Jennifer Spurlin of Pulaski announce the birth
Spc. Preston Wells, a financial management specialist with the 1128th Financial Management Support Detachment, has supported Tennessee’s efforts against COVID-19 since the outbreak in 2020.
Citizen and Teacher of the Year honoree Calista Pope has taught math to fifth and sixth graders at Minor Hill School for the past 15 years. She believes every student is special in their own way and that an encouraging environment is key to a student’s success.
Markets on the Farm celebrates a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles Chamber June 4. Cutting the ribbon are Brittany Trevarthan, Jonathan Howes, Kenslee Howes, Abi-Jade Howes, Heather Howes, Heather Ayres, John Luke Howes, Katelyn Smith, Dainty T-Flatt, Hayven T-Flatt, Jessica Wor…
The Giles County Agri Park was home to Pulaski’s first-ever Pride festival June 27. The event was coordinated by Layla and Ericka Quiñones, owners of Pulaski’s Soulwaves Sanctuary.
In the time before time became a counted eternity, the people of the hills traveled what they called “The Road,” trading with other people who lived at the great salty water. Sometimes they lingered in smaller groups, sometimes they moved on quickly through the forest with its gloamings.
Of the many holiday parties we throw, Americans are partial to a good July 4th party.
There isn’t a summer gathering anywhere that doesn’t include the king of summer fruit — watermelon.
The Pulaski Garden Club’s June Pick of the Month is downtown Pulaski resident Gail Luna. PGC member Lauri Adams (right) presents Luna the award for her 225 W. Madison St. home and yard which explodes with color in a variety of beautiful plants and blooms, both in-ground and in whimsical plan…
The annual Pulaski Independence Day Concert and Fireworks at Sharewood Park is set for Thursday, July 1, from 5-10 p.m.
Southern Tennessee Primary Care’s Ginger Hamilton, FNP-C, cuts the ribbon to officially open the health care provider with numerous hospital staff, Giles Chamber Diplomats and community members in attendance. Located in Medical Office Building #1 on the STRHS Pulaski campus, Southern Tenness…
Margaret E. Lamon of Pulaski is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Have you been looking for a way to really help people in your community? We might have just the opportunity for you.
Someone whose past brings them honor and praise in the present is a Citizen worthy of recognition. 92-year-old Waylon Denton is just that kind of man.
STRHS Pulaski is 5-star rated for COPD outcomes according to new research released by Healthgrades, the leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and health systems.
Gardens are exploding with every kind of vegetable and fruit known to mankind, and that means it’s time to start planning for a way to preserve all that yummy goodness. Pressure canning is one of the most popular ways of doing this.
The Ardmore Public Library welcomes a visit from the restored vintage Greyhound bus that is part of the Freedom Rides Museum in Montgomery, Ala. The visit was part of a year-long commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of the Freedom Rides, “Retracing the Journey. Passing the Torch.” The visi…
Father’s Day is a day set aside to honor paternal bonds and fatherhood, to honor those who influence us and society as a whole. Just like Mother’s Day, the date may change but it is always celebrated on the third Sunday in June. This year, Father’s Day is Sunday, June 20, which just happens …
Elkton School Bookkeeper Carrie Hood has expanded her duties to include an entirely new meaning of her title and responsibilities.
The Giles Chamber is at it again with an event that is sure to go down in history.
Maury Regional Medical Center (MRMC) was awarded an ‘A’ in the spring 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing MRMC’s achievements in providing safer health care. This is the 15th consecutive reporting period in which MRMC earned an ‘A’ rating.
As gardens start to yield, we look for ways to preserve all that wonderful goodness to use later in the year. There are many methods for preserving vegetables, fruits and even meats. One that has become and remains popular is canning.
The Giles County Veterans Alliance presents a plaque to Jimmy Hosay and the McKay Service Center staff in grateful appreciation for Hosay’s generosity in supporting GCVA over the years by servicing whatever needs the GCVA vans may have, many times at no cost. Thanking Hosay (center with plaq…
The Campbellsville Area Association will hold an Ice Cream Churn Off Saturday, June 12, at 7 p.m.
STAAR Theatre at Antoinette Hall will host an open house tomorrow (Thursday) from 6-8 p.m.
What could be more important than exposing youngsters to the world of language and reading? Citizen Candace Garland has done just this on a daily basis for the past four years at Southside Elementary and has won recognition as the school’s Teacher of the Year for grades PreK-Four. She was al…
A surprise celebration is held to honor Giles County native Margaret Birdsong on her 100th birthday. The event was hosted by daughter Beverly and members of her current church home, Pennington United Methodist Church, May 26. Family members enjoying the occasion were daughter Beverly Birdson…
Wise Ant General Store & Bakery hosts a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles Chamber May 5. Celebrating are Waylon Denton, Duane Cox, Cheyenne Webb, Joni Ward, Heather Ayres, Casey Cardin, Lauren Cox, Tom Guthrie, Doug Newberry, Candace Bennett, Keith Bennett, Jack Bennett, Apr…
American Legion Post 60 in Pulaski hosts “Veterans Wednesdays” each week from 7-11 a.m.
Looking for fun activities for the kids this summer with an added bonus of keeping those learning skills sharp? The Giles County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is just what you’ve been looking for.
The Giles County Humane Association will host a fish fry fund-raiser with all the trimmings Thursday, June 17, from 4:30-7 p.m. at First Baptist Church, Pulaski.
The Giles County Trail of Tears Interpretive Center hosted its first Spring Festival May 29, which is intended to be an annual event. During the event, a new public art exhibit, installed in the viaduct on the Pleasant Run Eco Trail, was dedicated, with artist Bernice Davidson and many town …
Not all happenings within a community come to be by the snap of a finger; in fact, some things take a great deal of effort from everyday citizens like Bill Young, a Giles County native and Beech Hill High School class of 1960 graduate, who has been trying to assist in the development of Exit 14.
Memorial Day is the traditional start of grilling season and, for many, summer itself.
Citizen Faye Appleton utilizes her creativity and work ethic in every task she takes on, both at her job and when serving her community as a member of the Pulaski Lions Club. Submitted
Continuing with information from Paul F. Allen’s “A History of Martin College, The First One Hundred Years.”
Bodenham Community Club President Ruth Owens presents a check for 10 percent of the proceeds from this year’s radio auction to Anna Claire Casey for the George Martin Scholarship Fund. Casey thanked all those in attendance for the contribution to the fund, which honors her late father who de…
Historic Downtown Pulaski would like to invite you to the Breakout Block Party on the Square Saturday, May 22, at 5:30 p.m.
American Health Partners has announced that 28 of its American Health Communities (AHC) skilled nursing facilities have received accreditation and earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission by meeting its rigorous performance standards for excellence in health care.
Teachers are charged with the extraordinary task of instilling the fundamentals in the lives of the children in their care. For Citizen Belinda Fuller — Minor Hill School’s 2021 Teacher of the Year for grades PreK-four — it starts with lots of hands-on activity and love.
Thinking back to your teenage years, what do you remember most? Is it the extracurriculars, sports, socialization and a more carefree life style? Or is it the stress, constant comparison and mean names you were called?
The first A, B, C’s of Medicare in-person class for 2021 will be held Wednesday, May 19, from 9 a.m.-noon at the South Central Tennessee Development District Building, 101 Sam Watkins Blvd., Mt. Pleasant.
The Giles County Trail of Tears Memorial Committee, headed by Peggy Tatum, is soliciting recipes for a Second Edition cookbook to benefit the memorial.
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