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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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The inaugural Evergreen Expedition at the Giles County Agri Park featured more than 20 Christmas trees and multiple displays along a drive-thru trail.

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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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A teacher, an instructor, an educator… those are the more common titles to be used when referencing the common schoolteacher, but many leave an impression so great they are anything but common.

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American Legion Post 60 Big Brothers food box program representatives make a $1,000 donation to Community Rural Food Delivery. On hand for the presentation are (from left) Carol Wade, Community RFD representative Roger Fuller, Linda Holt, Bob Walls and Carl Glossup.   Mark Mize / Pulaski Citizen

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County has announced that it is changing the name of the organization to more accurately reflect its entire geographic service area of Maury and Giles Counties, and to position the Club for additional growth opportunities in the future. Boys & Girls Clubs …

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If you’ve ever experienced a urinary tract infection, or UTI, then you’re familiar with the miserable pain that often accompanies them. But a UTI isn’t just an uncomfortable annoyance. If left untreated, a UTI can lead to serious health complications, such as kidney infections or sepsis.

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Agri-tourism grows in Giles County with the grand opening of Flowers Creamery. Celebrating with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Giles County Chamber are (from left) Chamber Office Manager Ann Basinger, South Central TN Tourism Director Ryan French, family members, Jerry Flowers, D…

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Following in his family’s footsteps, 91-year-old Citizen Kenneth (Ken) Edmundson is a fourth-generation Mason and has served as Worshipful Master at Bethel’s Masonic Lodge, F. & A.M. 194.

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Join the Giles County Public Library and The Snail on the Wall Bookstore as they co-host a Virtual Book Talk with Robert Bailey Monday, Dec. 7, at 6 p.m.

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The Literary Club of Pulaski celebrates more than 100 years of sharing their deep love for reading with the dedication of a “Little Free Library” Nov. 14.  The newly erected “Little Free Library” is located at the Pulaski Recreation Center and is available for the public to take a book and l…

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Hallmark will be pea green with envy when Historic Downtown Pulaski’s Eighth Annual Mingle Jingle gets underway this Thursday, Dec. 3!

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What better way to celebrate the upcoming holiday season than with parades of floats, lights and Christmas cheer! Best of all, social distancing and hygienic decorum can be practiced at these events.

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As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have increased, Maury Regional Health (MRH) will no longer permit hospital visitors effective Monday, Nov. 30, in an effort to protect patients, staff and physicians from exposure to the virus.

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Ingram Angus of Pulaski ranked as second largest in registering the most Angus beef cattle in Tennessee with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2020, which ended Sept. 30, according to AAA CEO Mark McCully.

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The holiday shopping season is just around the corner, and the right gifts for family and friends await at your local small businesses. Dedicated to supporting small businesses and communities across the country, Small Business Saturday is Nov. 28.

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While some careers may be chosen for the incentives they will bring the employee over their lifetime, others are sought for the lifelong contributions they can have on others.

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Nov. 14, 1809, Giles County was established by an act of the legislature. Since that day, 211 years ago, we in this county of Giles have celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), small gatherings are currently playing a significant role in spreading COVID-19. This holiday season, it remains vital that we continue to do our part to slow the spread of illness — particularly as cases of COVID-19 continue…

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Fall is the time when apples, cranberries, pears and pumpkins are at their peak. It’s also time to start considering recipes for those holiday treats. If you’ve never made one, you will find there is no easier or tastier dessert than a dump cake. Here are just a few to help you herald in the…

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Citizen Zachary Hughey has a passion for flight and for helping others. As a scout, he has served as the Senior Patrol Leader, a troop’s youth leader, and was elected Chief of the Chewalee Chapter of the Order of the Arrow, a service-based honor society.   

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If you do, then consider making a difference in the life of a senior citizen or person with a disability by contributing to the Area Agency on Aging & Disability’s “Santa for a Senior or Person With a Disability Program.”

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If you’ve ever experienced a urinary tract infection, or UTI, then you’re familiar with the miserable pain that often accompanies them. But a UTI isn’t just an uncomfortable annoyance. If left untreated, a UTI can lead to serious health complications, such as kidney infections or sepsis.

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A global pandemic has done little to slow down the tireless work of Operation Christmas Child (OCC) volunteers as the project once again seeks to provide both gift-filled shoeboxes and hope to children in need around the world.

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Honoring the veterans of Giles County each year is a priority in the community. This year’s event, as in years past, will take place Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m.

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Martin Methodist College (MMC) and the Giles County Public Library are excited to co-host a virtual author event with Homer Hickam, best-selling author of "Rocket Boys."

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Maury Regional Health has partnered with the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) to offer a free virtual seminar about how Medicare participants can evaluate plan changes for the coming year. The pre-recorded presentation is now available at MauryRegional.com/Medicare.

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To say that Citizen Verlin Collins has devoted her career to the education, enlightenment and consideration of and to the community of Ardmore would be an understatement. As the director of the Ardmore Public Library for 25 years, she was instrumental in its physical growth and in the growth…

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Fall, for cooks, is a great time to bring out the slow cooker. It seems that time becomes limited with the whole family busy. And with the first nip in the air, everyone is in need of comfort food. What better than a nourishing, homemade bowl of soup, and what could make it easier than makin…