Giles Celebrates MLK Jr. Day

The day of celebration in honor and commemoration of the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. started with a pancake breakfast that had a steady crowd come in and out of Campbell Chapel AME Church.   Afterwards, about 60 people were welcomed by Benita Cross at the Courthouse Gazebo for the Unity march. Cross reminded the crowd […]

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PFD Chief Offers Fire Safety Tips

by Trea Dunnavant Staff Writer   With winter winds and freezing temperatures all around, citizens have pulled out their heavy coats, cranked up the heaters and had hot soup for multiple meals.   Maintaining warmth is the top priority of most people during this frigid season, but unfortunately, fire prevention often is not.   Pulaski Fire Chief Don Collins reminds […]

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Sleet, Snow Lead to Hazardous Roads

Early morning sleet and snow today (Tuesday) creates hazardous road conditions, causing numerous vehicle crashes including this single-vehicle rollover wreck along Highway 31 South. Giles County Fire and Rescue, Giles EMS and Tennessee Highway Patrol responded to the scene. Only minor injuries were reported and the driver of the vehicle refused transport. Scott Stewart / Pulaski Citizen

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Giles FCE Makes Donation to Life Choice Pregnancy Resource Center

Giles County Family and Community Education (FCE) Club members (from left) Leisa Mixon, FCE Vice President Debora Tabor and (right) Peggy Jones present a donation to JoAnn Beam for the Life Choice Pregnancy Resource Center. As one non-profit group helps another, FCE reminds everyone our community is a better place because of people from many organizations volunteering to donate their […]

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Library Offers Safety Seminar

The Giles County Public Library will host Living Well: a Safety Seminar with Carol Lyons Monday, Jan. 29.   Lyons will cover multiple areas of personal safety, self-defense and digital age safety for young adults through seniors.   The event will be held from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the library. For more information, call 363-2720.

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Teachers Honored for Achieving Tenure

Several Giles County teachers were honored last week for earning tenure, something school board members and Director of Schools Phillip Wright said has become difficult to achieve.   Giles County teachers recently recognized for earning tenure are (from left, front row) Terri Yates, Patricia Marston, Shannon Shirey, Valerie Manning, Rebecca Johns, (back row) Matthew Orgeron, Charles Hosay, Erinn Huckaby, Bryan […]

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