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The inaugural class of the Small Business Mentorship Program at the University of Tennessee Southern (UTS) was honored during a June ceremony that included a $1,000 grant for each of the five businesses.

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The Lynnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen announced Aug. 2 that the city will host a Truck Pull Oct. 29 to raise money for the town. Details to come. 

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The inaugural class of the Small Business Mentorship Program at the University of Tennessee Southern (UTS) was honored during a June ceremony that included a $1,000 grant for each of the five businesses.

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STRHS Pulaski has announced that Jason Fugleberg has been named chief executive officer (CEO), effective Sept. 5. Fugleberg joins STRHS Pulaski from its sister facility STRHS Winchester, where he has served as chief nursing officer (CNO) since 2020. 

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The Lynnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen announced Aug. 2 that the city will host a Truck Pull Oct. 29 to raise money for the town. Details to come. 

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Having expanded how its coverage of Giles County is shared over the past 20-plus years, the PULASKI CITIZEN is now pulling all of its platforms under one umbrella — Citizen Media.

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Leaders and citizens of Giles County gathered at the Courthouse Tuesday for a Unity Walk. The gathering, organized by Senior Pastor Zach Moffatt of First United Methodist Church of Pulaski, along with the Rev. Laura McMasters, the Rev. Amy Stoker and Keidron Turner, sought to take a stand ag…

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Video services through PES Energize have been troublesome for both Pulaski Electric System employees and its customers.

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Before heading to the polls on Thursday for the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary & State and County General Election, the Secretary of State's office wants voters to have the information they need to ensure that it's easy to vote and hard to cheat in Tennessee.

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Work gets underway last week at Giles EMS’ Main Station as crews readied the parking lot and driveways for resurfacing and began grading to add some much-needed extra parking.

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Saturday, July 30, is the last day for Tennesseans to cast their ballot early in the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary & State and County General Election. Election Day is Thursday, Aug 4.

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The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen will help sponsor an Elkton Fun Day Saturday, July 30, featuring a host of events for the community as announced at the July 14 city meeting.

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After a consideration for a beer permit for The Axe Throwing Zone was proposed, the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed the safety of such a business.

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The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office last week released a report that found several issues with the financial operations within the town of Lynnville, stemming back to the town’s prior administration.

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Honor and Remember and rider/trainer Dan Waddell take the Doug Wolaver Championship at the Pulaski Rotary Club’s 82nd Annual Red Carpet Horse Show of the South Saturday night at the Giles County Agri Park. Waddell, of Shelbyville, and Honor and Remember took the top spot in this year’s show …

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Early Voting ends Saturday, July 30, moving the focus of the upcoming election to Aug. 4 when voters will go to the polls in their assigned precincts.

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In compliance with a Tennessee Supreme Court ruling for all law enforcement to notify the public of when and where a roadblock will be held, Tennessee Highway Patrol is advising all motorists of a planned sobriety roadside safety checkpoint in Giles County Friday, July 29, on Highway 31 Sout…

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The deadline for Tennessee voters to request a ballot to vote absentee by-mail for the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary & State and County General Election is Thursday, July 28.

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Witness the breathtaking grace and agility of the Tennessee Walking Horse this Saturday, July 23, at the 82nd Annual Red Carpet Horse Show of the South.

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There are many responsibilities that need to be performed within a community that require citizens to step up and fulfill them. 

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Preliminary Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) scores have been released by the state, and the overall scores for Giles County students have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels. Giles County Assistant Director of Schools Tommy Hunter presented these findings to the Board of Educa…

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Giles County voters headed to the polls as early voting for the Aug. 4 election started last Friday.

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Ardmore Telephone Company (ATC) is among the finalists for a $8.1 million grant from the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development (TNECD) under its Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund — American Rescue Plan. As outlined in the grant application, ATC and Giles County will i…

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The vast majority of the Giles County Commission voted in favor of a resolution condemning social media ads that are untruthful and are detrimental to community and government organizations. The resolution was approved at Monday’s monthly meeting.

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Giles County graduates from 2022 UT Extension Spring Master Horse Program include (from left) Lauren Barber, Lisa Jaycox, Joella Finney and Alexandria Chiappe. For more information on the Master Horse program, call the Giles Extension office at 363-3523.   Submitted

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As of July 15, Voters can cast their ballot early for the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary & State and County General Election. Early voting runs Monday-Saturday through July 30, and offers the convenience and flexibility of evening hours and multiple polling locations in some counties.

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Voters can now cast their ballot early for the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary & State and County General Election. Early voting runs Monday to Saturday through Saturday, July 30, and offers the convenience and flexibility of evening hours and multiple polling locations in some counties.

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The Giles County Commission will consider offering to purchase property for a new ambulance service building when it meets in full session Monday.

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The Splash Park at the Pulaski Recreation Center will charge an admission fee beginning Friday, July 15, throughout the remainder of the 2022 season. 

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The University of Tennessee System has partnered with the USA TODAY Network Tennessee to host a series of election forums across the state for the 2022 election. Democrat and Republican candidates for Governor and Congress have been invited to participate.

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Voters ready to hit the polls sooner than later will get their chance as early voting starts this week.

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