Library Offers Amnesty Period

The Giles County Public Library will offer an amnesty period Monday, Sept. 18,-Saturday, Sept. 30.   The amnesty period is available for those patrons who have an item or items that have gone overdue and are still in the patron’s possession. The patron can return the items during the Amnesty period without having to pay the overdue fine, regardless of […]

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PES Hears TVA Update

The PES Power Board, at its Aug. 22 meeting, heard from consultant Chris Mitchell, who shed light on where PES stands as far as TVA power companies are concerned.   According to Mitchell, PES is in great shape, but the future already shows 2018 rate changes across most local power companies (LPC) served by TVA.   TVA is planning for […]

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Chrysanthemums Herald Autumn

Daffodils and tulips are most certainly the harbingers of spring, while roses and lilacs abound in summer’s light, but no other flower represents autumnal splendor more than the chrysanthemum.   As the days begin to shorten with the arrival of autumn, bright pops of yellow, purple and hues of orange dot landscapes and pots on front porches; they are the […]

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PES Power Pay Is on Its Way

Pulaski Electric System’s Power Board has approved a testing phase of PES Power Pay.   According to PES CEO Richard Kelley at the Aug. 22 meeting, the board has been in discussion for several months about creating and adopting a pre-pay policy.   Upon the policy’s approval, PES will begin testing Power Pay with a small group of customers for […]

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Lynnville Swears In New Alderman

The town of Lynnville will continue to look for a more durable water department truck, members of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen decided Sept. 5   According to Vandiver the truck transmission needs to be replaced, and the vehicle, approximately 17-18 years old, has many miles.   New Lynnville Alderman Carnell McCandless (right) is sworn in by Mayor Phillip […]

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