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Citizens have requested outdoor patio string lighting across North First Street be hung along what is being termed “the restaurant district” of downtown Pulaski, and that topic was discussed during the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s work session Monday.

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Giles County citizens filled the south end of the Pulaski Square Dec. 1 to cap off an evening of festivities with the annual Christmas Tree and Courthouse lighting.   

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As the year comes to its end, the Giles County Economic Development Commission’s (EDC) full board met for the last time this year to discuss project updates, unemployment rates, to welcome new board members and approve some other business as well.

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The Giles County Agri Park Committee has been wrestling with a long list of issues concerning the operation of the park and the role of the committee that oversees the county-owned property.

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A deep chill is in the air and preparations are underway for the annual Giles County Christmas Tree and Courthouse Lighting that will have everyone mingling and jingling around Pulaski’s Square Dec. 1.

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The Giles County Commission will try different meeting times starting in the spring of 2023, after a compromise resulted in enough votes to pass the change at its November meeting.

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Christmas lights, holiday glee, joyful spirits and so many trees. Giles County knows how to ring in the yuletide with parades galore.

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After almost 15 years of discussion about the need for a new Giles County Emergency Medical Services’ (EMS) building, the Giles County Commission’s Property Committee determined to have land owned by the county tested for consideration.

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At its monthly meeting Oct. 4, the Lynnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed how a recent power outage brought to light issues with a water pumping station operated by the town. Several customers lost water on Fairview Road during the outage. 

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Commemorate Pulaski’s Civil War history as we unveil an official Civil War Trails marker at Cave Springs Heritage Plaza Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 11 a.m. with Civil War Trails Inc., the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and the Giles County Chamber of Commerce. 

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With the holiday season approaching, preparations for generosity and gifts of all kinds are as well.

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With a lot of new faces, the Giles County Financial Management Committee received an overview of their responsibilities last week.

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The Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury’s Office released findings in its investigative report of the city of Ardmore Nov. 3, detailing multiple violations. 

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Pulaski voters elected a new mayor while Ardmore, Tenn., voters re-elected their mayor in the Nov. 8 general election that also included a county “liquor by the drink” referendum.

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Giles County is adding a new tradition to its Veterans Day festivities this year with a parade to honor those in the county who have and are serving in all branches of the military. All have been asked to participate. 

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The Giles County Board of Education voted Nov. 3 to allow the local Health Department to administer flu vaccines within the schools for free, with parental consent. 

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Since being approved for the Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund grant, Pulaski Electric System (PES) has been preparing to start the project that is expected to roll out in multiple phases at once.

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The Giles County Trail of Tears Interpretive Center held its annual commemorative walk Nov. 5, honoring and remembering the Cherokee who passed through Giles County on the Bell and Benge Routes in 1838. The walk itself was abbreviated due to the rain, but the event remained a touching tribute.

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With the transload rail facility up and running, Patriot Rail has approached the City of Pulaski about purchasing land that is in the 100-year flood plain to be built up to provide storage opportunities for those using the rail site.

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The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will next meet in regular session at City Hall Tuesday, Nov. 8, at noon. 

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The 2022 elections brought in new Giles County commissioners who are now learning what exactly their roles entail and what their responsibilities are on the  commission committees on which they serve.

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Since being approved for the Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund grant, Pulaski Electric System (PES) has been preparing to start the project that is expected to roll out in multiple phases at once.

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More than a year after Jim Grimes was murdered, investigators have announced they have new information that they believe will help lead to the capture of Grimes’ killer.

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