Wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, colleague, Pulaski native, community leader and Giles County Chamber CEO are just a few titles that can be used to describe influential and motivational Citizen Jessie Robertson Parker.
Martin Methodist College’s Songwriter’s Dream series is set to return April 8 to the Campus Green, after a long hiatus due to Covid-19. The first show back has an awesome round of three creative artists, including Country artist and former NBC’s “The Voice” contestant Kirk Jay.
Someone who knows and loves the community in which they live, the town in which they took their first breath, may have an ability and the desire to excite others about the history and day-to-day life of the place they call home.
The 12th Annual Pulaski Lions Club Southern Lawn, Garden and Home Show will be just as exciting and informative as shows in the past, but with a twist. The event will be virtual due to COVID-19.
A favorite local live performance staple, Martin Methodist College’s Songwriter’s Dream series will be back on the scene April 8 along the campus green, after a long hiatus due to Covid-19. The first show back has an all-star bill with three awesome artists, including a genuine Country music…
The road to a fifth state tournament appearance for the Richland High School boys’ basketball team was paved with hard work as individual paths converged to lead Richland to 26 wins and a trip to Murfreesboro.
While Covid-19 robbed the world of much of the live musical performances in 2020, hope is on the horizon as live concerts are gearing up in 2021. A favorite local live performance staple, Martin Methodist College’s Songwriter’s Dream series is getting ready to roll out April 8 along the camp…
Life has not been without its struggles for young Citizen Jack Speegle. Despite this, Speegle has faced each challenge with courage and dignity.
STRHS Pulaski officials have announced the addition of Dr. William (Bill) See to the hospital medical staff. Dr. See specializes in pediatrics and will see patients at First Choice Health in Pulaski.
Giles Psychiatric Associates celebrates its Grand Opening March 2 with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles County Chamber. Owner Laine Brindley Murray cuts the ribbon, officially opening the practice, while being cheered on by Becky Parsons, Sherry Hill, Jeff Brindley, Robert Mu…
Small kindnesses from a neighbor are always welcome. When the neighbor is a 12-year-old boy like Citizen Graham Hoover, they are that much more special.
The Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) program in Giles County is celebrating March as UT-TSU Extension month with the announcement of two new FCS programs.
Senior Master Sergeant Kyle H. Fox retired from the United States Air Force Feb. 28, 2021, after 26 years, 13 days of dedicated service.
What better time of year to recognize the Girl Scouts of America than during March — Women’s History Month. Girl Scouts has a long history of empowering young women to be Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and Leaders — GIRLs — who contribute to making the world a better place.
The accolades that Citizen David Crane has been receiving lately might be considered by some and even by Crane himself, as an embarrassment of riches, were it not that he is deserving of each and every one. Crane is a man who works hard for his community and expects nothing in return.
According to the United States Census Bureau, about 32 million Americans claim full or part Irish ancestry. Whether you are one of those or not, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations take place all across the U.S. and around the world for the patron saint of Ireland.
When it comes to staying on top of your health, it is crucial to meet regularly with your primary care provider so you can manage, identify and/or prevent underlying health conditions.
Each year March is designated as Extension Month across the state of Tennessee.
Citizen Jennifer Patterson has found great satisfaction in contributing to her community. As a stay-at-home mom to a busy family with husband Roger of 23 years and their three children, Ryan, Tyler and Deidei, she still finds time to give back.
Originally aspiring to reach the goal of $40,000, by the end of the third day of the annual radio auction the total raised was $69,677, with $27,168 from the last day alone to benefit the Bodenham Community Club.
A community that contributes together stays together. And wow, what incredible success the WKSR Radio Auction is having this year to benefit the Bodenham Community Club!
February is the month to start planning your spring garden in earnest. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, some planning will make your garden and your harvest more successful, providing wholesome, in-season, fresh fruit and vegetables for your family while paying off at the cash register.
Giles County native Janice Duncan is a fixture in the community. As a real estate agent, she knows Giles County and its citizens like the back of her hand. One community holds a special place in her heart — Bodenham.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, scientists began researching outpatient treatment options to combat the virus in its early stages. The goal of these studies is to reduce hospitalizations and improve patient outcomes.
It was an exciting start to this year’s WKSR Radio Auction, benefiting the Bodenham Community Club, with $11,591 raised on the 240 items that were sold Feb. 14.
When normal business and school schedules impede upon each other, sometimes a hero steps up and volunteers to alleviate some of the stress. Citizen Cindy Hayes did just that.
Kelly Fisk Hamlin, executive director of Wolf Gap Education Outreach Inc., will explain how to research African-American military records during a virtual workshop Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 5:30 p.m. in honor of Black History Month.
What better way to distribute your love on Valentine’s Day than to participate in this year’s WKSR Radio Auction to benefit the Bodenham Community Club?
CBD is a new medicinal alternative with an unfair stigma attached. Easy Stop LLC is open in Pulaski and they aim to change your CBD perspective and try to make you feel better, whatever your ailment.
Life Choice Pregnancy Resource Center has served Giles Countians for 15 years and is dedicated to creating and maintaining healthy, new life for future generations. The vision of the center is to operate as a pregnancy resource center to target and improve quality of life that affects the in…
Chances are, if you have listened to a high school sporting event or a Martin Methodist College athletic broadcast over the past decade, you have heard the smooth baritone voice of Citizen Wade Neely.
Super Bowl gatherings may look a bit different and include less participants this year, but a dip is always a welcome guest at a Super Bowl party.
Boy Scouts of America (BSA) will be celebrating its 111th Anniversary Feb. 8 and also the first ever inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts Feb. 21.
A woman born into this world in 1931 and loved by so many will be celebrating her 90th birthday Feb. 12. That Citizen is Jeanene Bass Merrell.
The Giles County Honor Guard’s officers for 2021 are (from left) Public Relations Ken Webb, Captain Maxie Trotter, Treasurer Terry Rutherford, Commander Terry Willoughby, Vice-Commander Rick Prukop, Secretary Harold Glover and Judge Advocate Larry Dunnavant. Ken Webb / GC Honor Guard
The Woodmen of the World Chapter 943 of Pulaski presents checks to three local non-profit organizations the week before Christmas. Toys for Tots, The Pouring Spot and Giles Fraternal Order of Police each received a $500 check, while $300 also recently went to NHC, Pulaski for supplies in bat…
Giles County native Jesse Jennings is more than just a multi-sport athlete who has elevated Richland sports with her unique skillset over the past seven years.
Is eating more healthy a goal you dream of for yourself and your family? Studies show that a diet high in fiber and vegetables can do just that. A lot of people are trying a “meatless Monday” in which they substitute an all-vegetable meal and entrée for one with meat.
While many recognize and will not likely forget the toils 2020 plagued them with, how inspiring it is to learn of someone who chose to represent the good in humanity by dedicating her time and efforts to a greater cause.
The Tennessee Regional eBook and Audiobook Download System (R.E.A.D.S.) has announced that they achieved a record-breaking 4,957,038 digital e-book, audiobook, magazine and video checkouts in 2020.
After the events of 2020, many of us are still reeling. We’ve had to take a long, hard look at the way we live our daily lives and adopt new habits for our own health and the health of those we love.
With a keen understanding and implementation of one’s abilities, some achieve recognition and honor for their knowledge and capabilities within their field.
Maury Regional Medical Center (MRMC) was awarded an “A” in the fall 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing MRMC’s achievements in providing safer health care.
Due to the pandemic, there will be no Unity March in downtown Pulaski Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Day, according to the Giles County Branch of the NAACP.
Pulaski Citizen Nita Worsham marked her 100th birthday Jan. 5.
Maury Regional Medical Center (MRMC) has achieved recognition as one of only 89 hospitals nationwide to be recognized for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2019 by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP).
Are you making a New Year’s Resolution this year? Would you be willing to make a resolution to help those in your community? We might just have the opportunity for you.
When a skillset runs deep, one may possess an internal compass that helps navigate their career choice — an inspired path if you will.
The inaugural Evergreen Expedition at the Giles County Agri Park featured more than 20 Christmas trees and multiple displays along a drive-thru trail.
Inside this week's edition of the PULASKI CITIZEN are 16 pages of Christmas Greetings filled to bursting with parade winners, numerous submissions from local students, the Evergreen Expedition and greetings from local businesses. All have one thing in common — they have the Christmas Spirit!…
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