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The city of Ardmore is under investigation regarding potential ethics violations, according to information revealed at the May 5 meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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After two years of COVID-related delays, the festival that was Summer SOULstice is now SunDrop Fest and scheduled for a day full of events, activities and shopping on the Pulaski Square.

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Johnny Phelps, owner of Soda Pop Junction, asked the Lynnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen to allow him to place memorial markers at two benches that longtime resident Buck Pierce was known to sit upon. 

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Giles County students get a first-hand look at a variety of career choices spanning everything from law enforcement and emergency services to information technology and a wide range in-between at the annual Career Expo, which returned March 12 after a two-year COVID-related hiatus. The event…

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A Leoma man, originally from Giles County, was killed and his wife was flown from the scene of a motorcycle wreck Sunday afternoon.

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Assistant District Attorney Caleb Bayless has announced the launch of his campaign for Circuit Court Judge in the 22nd Judicial District upon the retirement of Judge Stella Hargrove. Bayless is the Republican nominee on the ballot in the August election.

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As the end of the current fiscal year approaches, the Giles County Commission consider 2021-22 fiscal year budget amendments when it meets in monthly session next week.

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Pulaski Electric System is working through internet and cable issues as they occur.

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A grant for airport funding and an update on one of Pulaski’s newest restaurants led discussion at the Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s regular meeting today (Tuesday).

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University of Tennessee Southern Chancellor Mark La Branche has announced plans to retire from his current role effective June 30.  The University of Tennessee System will name an interim chancellor in mid-June and launch a search for La Branche’s replacement later this year..  

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After several months of not receiving a budget, the E-911 Emergency Communications Board of Directors received a budget that is still in progress.

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While secondary education is encouraged for many careers, some employers only require an employee to have obtained certain skills and prove they will be committed to the job.

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A 12-year-old Pulaski boy was flown to a Nashville hospital yesterday (Wednesday) due to injuries suffered when he was attacked by dogs after entering a neighbor’s yard.

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Members of the community and those from afar gather April 29 for the unveiling of the James Monroe Brown plaque on the southeast corner of the Courthouse lawn. Among those who spoke at the event were Pulaski Alderman Hardin Franklin, County Executive Melissa Greene, Brown’s sister Lena Brown…

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Appropriations totaling $635,770 were among the topics discussed at Monday night’s Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s work session.

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This year’s no-debt budget highlights lawmakers’ continuous efforts to cut taxes for Tennesseans, maintain fiscal responsibility, ensure public safety and prioritize education. It invests $52.58 billion in the state of Tennessee for the 2022-23 fiscal year, with total legislative initiatives…

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The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) has come up with a plan to reduce potholes and road deterioration that often occur during the winter months. This year’s wet, wintry weather has been especially harsh and accelerated the pavement's decline in several locations. The goal of th…

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved and discussed several upcoming events yesterday (Tuesday).

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Giles County is facing the possibility of not qualifying for the regular federal free lunch program for the first time since 2014, the School Board was informed at its monthly work session April 21.

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Giles County Office of Emergency Management Director Jeremy Holley has resigned his position and the county will open the post to qualified candidates.

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When discussing deadlines for the 2022-23 budget for Pulaski, City Administrator Terry Harrison said the city was “only looking at two major projects.”

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Funding the expansion of the Agri Park walking trail and possibly finding a way to memorialize and honor veterans there are among ideas being considered at the county owned facility.

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The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, or WIC, is available through the Giles County Health Department and can help provide nutritious food for those who are eligible. Pregnant women, new mothers, breastfeeding mothers, infants and children up to 5 years …

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Giles County Director of Schools Vickie Beard told the County Commission last week that supply chain issues have delayed school renovations at Bridgeforth Middle School and Giles County High School.

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The Giles County Historical Society will welcome guest speaker Kelly Hamlin to its quarterly meeting Sunday, April 24, at the Giles County Public Library.

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Just over 27 years ago, 14-year-old eighth grader Shawnda James killed her aunt, took her toddler cousin and fled Giles County to Michigan.

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The Giles County Sheriff’s Department is seeking help locating a suspect in a home invasion in Lynnville today (April 18).

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Giles County’s high school students last week participated in a moving presentation aimed at opening their eyes to the addiction crisis in America.

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The Giles County Grand Jury has determined that there is insufficient probable cause to pursue one of two theft charges against a 47-year-old Pulaski man originating in 2020.

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RFIs (requests for information) for prospective sites from the state have doubled, Giles County Economic Development Commission Director David Hamilton told commission members, adding two Korean projects have recently looked at the pad-ready sites.

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