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The Giles County Election Commission is working with Giles County and Richland high schools to earn the Secretary of State’s new Anne Dallas Dudley Award, which recognizes Tennessee high schools that reach at least 85 percent voter registration of eligible seniors, 18 years or older by the n…

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The Ardmore Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the hiring of two new city employees as well as raises for several more at its Sept. 2 meeting.

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The Giles County Election Commission is working with Giles County and Richland high schools to earn the Secretary of State’s new Anne Dallas Dudley Award, which recognizes Tennessee high schools that reach at least 85 percent voter registration of eligible seniors, 18 years or older by the n…

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The Giles County Board of Education approved a $12.7 million school renovation plan Thursday focusing on improving indoor air quality at the county’s schools.

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The 2021 Here’s the Beef Festival featured fun for everyone with rides, games, prizes and a variety of main attractions. The demolition derby, circus and Touch a Truck were just a few of this year’s crowd pleasers.   Barbara Harmon / Pulaski Citizen

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State and local officials gather for the presentation of a park grant to the City of Ardmore, Tenn., Sept. 13. Celebrating the $37,500 grant for Ardmore City Park improvements are (from left) South Central Tennessee Development District Community Development Specialist Jeana Mills, Tennessee…

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After a lengthy discussion concerning fire contracts and mutual aid, the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen determined a meeting specifically on that topic is needed.

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Giles County increased to 5,214 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Sept. 13, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development will make a stop in Giles County for it’s “listening tour” next week.

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Bank of Frankewing President David W. Barnes (center) is inducted into the Tennessee Bankers Association’s Leaders in Banking Excellence by TBA President/CEO Colin Barrett (left) and TBA Board Chairman Allen McClary. Leaders in Banking Excellence is a celebration of exceptional bankers throu…

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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 Saturday, Sept. 11, on U.S. Highway…

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The Pulaski Electric System Board of Directors approved a plan to transfer $440,000 from its pension plan funding budget for recommended use in broadband infrastructure at its Aug. 24 meeting.

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The Tennessee Master Beef Producer Program is designed to provide educational presentations to Tennessee cattle producers with information that can improve farm profitability while making more efficient use of natural resources.

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Sidewalk construction continues on North First Street. This months-long project has been completed on one side of the roadway and has now moved to the opposite.   Barbara Harmon / Pulaski Citizen

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With E-911 Director Mike Goode’s last day approaching Sept. 10, the Giles County Emergency Communications Board has been reviewing applications and conducting interviews with candidates hoping to fill his shoes.

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How to move forward with initial school renovations and bullying and dress code policies were among issues discussed by the Giles County Board of Education at its recent work session.

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Giles County increased to 5,020 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Sept. 7, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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What began as a county initiative to celebrate a high state rank in beef production has quickly grown into a regional and state celebration of agriculture as not only a business but also a lifestyle to live, support and respect.

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There were two mayor reappointments to the Pulaski Electric System (PES) Power Board during the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s Aug. 24 meeting.

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An Alabama man is awaiting extradition to Tennessee where he faces charges that include stealing approximately 135 bottles of ZaZa Red in April and May of this year.

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Giles County increased to 4,709 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Aug. 30, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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The Lynnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen continues to try to improve the town’s appearance, working with Director of Tourism Christy Tolley to apply for grants that would be used toward renovations.

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While many may take the privacy of a public restroom for granted, others with disabilities do not have many options when needing to be changed when they and those who they are with decide to attend an event or enjoy a public outing.

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Fire completely destroyed the main house at New Canaan Ranch last week, but it did not destroy the spirit or mission of the ranch.

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The Giles County Sheriff’s Department and the Giles County School System are investigating the assault of a seventh grade student at Richland School earlier this month.

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Giles County increased to 4,519 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Aug. 23, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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The Pulaski Electric System Board of Directors has entered into negotiations with its choice for CEO — Interim CEO Scott Newton.

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One person was extricated and two transported by ambulance from the scene of a wreck on West College Street in Pulaski today (Friday) at approximately 9:30 a.m.

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The Ardmore Police Department has its newest chief after both the Alabama and Tennessee city councils approved the hiring of Ardmore native Jereme Robison to the position.

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In a last minute addition to its regular meeting agenda Aug. 12, the Giles County School Board discussed COVID protocols and mask mandates.

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Just before noon today (Wednesday) Giles County Fire and Rescue volunteers were called to a structure fire at New Canaan Ranch on Highway 31 North. Firefighters from GCFR and the Pulaski Fire Department arrived to find the main house on the property fully involved and mutual aid from Marshal…

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By an overwhelming majority, the Giles County Commission voted to rescind the county’s 18-year-old land use management plan Monday.

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The Pulaski Electric System Board of Directors has entered into negotiations with its choice for CEO — Interim CEO Scott Newton.

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The Community Advisory Council on Inclusive Recognition and Acknowledgement has requested that the 110th and 111th regiments of the United States Colored Troops (USCT) that were stationed at Fort Hill be recognized.

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Giles County increased to 4,382 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Aug. 16, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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A future SPEC building will enable the Giles County Economic Development Commission to draw in potential projects to the area, something EDC Director David Hamilton said is still hindering some prospects.

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The Community Advisory Council on Inclusive Recognition and Acknowledgment presented the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen with its first request during last week’s work session.

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Giles County increased to 4,259 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Aug. 9, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.

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