Arrest Made in 26-Year-Old Murder Case

A Lynnville woman was charged and arrested today in connection with the murder of her husband 26 years ago. According to an announcement released by the Giles County Sheriff’s Department, Mary Ann Hughes, 69, was indicted by the Giles County Grand Jury today on the charge of first-degree murder in connection with the 1990 homicide of her then husband Larry […]

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Bridgeforth Crowns Homecoming Queen

Bridgeforth Middle School’s 2016 Homecoming Queen is Brooklyn Matthews.   The daughter of Jeff and Michelle Matthews was escorted by Heath Herd, the son of Johnny and Lori Herd, and crowned by last year’s Homecoming Queen Courtney Hutto. Bridgeforth Middle School’s 2016 Homecoming Queen is Brooklyn Matthews. The daughter of Jeff and Michelle Matthews was escorted by Heath Herd, the […]

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Annual PACE Car Show Draws 186 Entries

Pulaski Area Car Enthusiasts (PACE) Car Club held its 33rd annual car show Sept. 24.   The weather was absolutely beautiful as entrants and spectators gathered on the Martin Methodist College Campus Green. This year’s show featured 186 entries from all parts of Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.   The Giles County Honor Guard presented the colors, followed by the National […]

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New Court Date for Commissioner

A court hearing for Giles County Commissioner Tommy Campbell, accused of seven felony counts, has been continued to Jan. 23, 2017.   Judge Russell Parkes will be assigned to the case, according to attorney Robert Massey, who represents Campbell.   “We have just today (Monday) received some of the information that allegedly supports the charges filed against Mr. Campbell, and […]

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Hearing Set for Exit 14 Land

An Oct. 19 hearing on a request to set aside a 2014 judgment to take land for a wastewater treatment plant at Exit 14 of I-65 has been scheduled in Giles County Circuit Court.   Judge William Jones will hear the request from Cathy Luna Lenahan, William Luna, Charles Luna and James Luna, the Luna Respondents, to return their land […]

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Early Voting Begins Tomorrow

There’s something for just about everyone to vote on when early voting starts Wednesday, Oct. 19, for the Nov. 8 presidential election.   Besides the United States presidential election, for which everyone from all parts of the county may vote, plenty of other issues are on the ballot.   Elkton and Pulaski voters will vote on whether to allow retail […]

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Committees Recommend $1.5 Million in Projects

Approximately $1.5 million worth of education/capital projects for the Giles County School System were recommended by the county commission’s school and budget committees Oct. 6.   The requests will come to the commission for approval in November.   Funds will come from the school system’s fund balance and will leave approximately $3.4 million there, according to Beth Moore, Giles County […]

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