Author Archives: Cary Malone

Exit 14 Committee Seeks EDC Cooperation

Members of the Giles County Commission’s Exit 14 Committee have asked for advice from the county Economic Development Commission.   Louise Faulkner, chairman of the Exit 14 Committee, was asked by committee members to meet with David Rackley, EDC chairman, about getting EDC members on her committee.   Also on the Exit 14 Committee are county commissioners Danny Ray Cobb, […]

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Proposed Regulations Remain in Limbo

Giles County Regional Planning Commissioners have decided not to give final approval to a set of subdivision regulations until a decision is made on County Attorney Richard Dunavant’s return.   Dunavant was hospitalized following injuries received in a farm accident and is now in therapy.   Dunavant helped draft the set of subdivision regulations that have received preliminary Planning Commission […]

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Ardmore Will Borrow up to 100K for Park

The Ardmore, Tenn., Board of Mayor and Aldermen, at a special meeting Sept. 23, voted to borrow up to $100,000 at 3.33 percent for eight years for infrastructure repairs and improvements at Ardmore City Park.   According to minutes of the meeting, Alderman Raymond Crabtree was working with Giles County Road Superintendent Barry Hyatt for gravel and rock and for […]

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Temporary Recycling Site Hours Set

The Giles County Solid Waste Department is now accepting recyclables at a temporary site in the Industrial Park on Jimmy Suggs Drive in the Giles County Fire and Rescue Pulaski Station parking lot. The temporary center is open 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays. Fire and Rescue Chief Cory Medley reminds citizens to park away […]

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Happening Now — NNO at MMC

Emergency responders from around the county and across the state will gather at Martin Methodist College’s Campus Green from 3-6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, for the Giles County Night Out Against Crime, which offers lots of free stuff and safety information for local children and their families.   The Giles County Sheriff’s Department will be joined by Pulaski Police, Coordinated […]

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Amnesty Week Begins Monday

The city of Pulaski will conduct its semi-annual amnesty week Oct. 5-9.   During amnesty week, the street and sanitation department allows residents of the city to put large household and other junk items on the curb next to their polycarts for pick-up. Items should be put out the day of your normal garbage pickup during this week.   Items […]

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Happening Now — Campbellsville Heritage Festival

The Seventh Annual Campbellsville Heritage Festival, sponsored by the Campbellsville Area Association, is kicking off.   The day began at 8 a.m. with registration for a 5K run/walk that will kickoff at 9 a.m. and wander through the rolling countryside. The race will also include a family-friendly course and will take place rain or shine with judges having the final say […]

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New VSO Recognizes Need for Help

The Giles County Commission has appointed Dwight Tucker as the new Veterans Service Officer; he replaces the late Kevin Horan.   There certainly is a demand for the wide range of services provided by the county VSO, which deals with helping honorably discharged veterans receive pensions and benefits. Veterans also may be directed who to call for medical, survivor and […]

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