GCSD Arrests Two in Unrelated Burglary Cases

by Trea Dunnavant Staff Writer   Giles County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested two individuals simultaneously in unrelated cases recently.   Giles County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to a 1324 Buford Station Road alarm activation Nov. 1.   According to GCSD, Deputy Randy Boaz noticed an open window at the home and observed a GMC Envoy fleeing the property through a […]

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Martin Methodist Inducts Students to Alpha Chi

On Oct. 22, Martin Methodist College (MMC) held the induction ceremony for the Tennessee Xi Chapter of Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society.   Chapter sponsors Dr. Jennifer Aust and Dr. Ken Vickers led the ceremony, during which the Tennessee Xi Chapter inducted 16 MMC students, Taylor Bryan of Fayetteville, Samantha Davenport of Charlotte, Ben Grayer of Clarksville, Kayla […]

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Quilt Fund-Raiser Benefits Veterans

Chances are currently available to win a quilt crafted by Giles County’s Quirky Quilters.   The quilt is on display at the Giles County Public Library and all proceeds will benefit local veterans organizations.   Tickets may be purchased from members of Giles County’s various veterans groups or the Quirky Quilters.   For more information, call the county VSO at […]

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Judge Declares Mistrial in Extortion Case

A mistrial was declared Oct. 18 in a jury trial on extortion charges against a former Lynnville police reservist.   Circuit Court Judge Russell Parkes declared a mistrial after approximately four hours of jury deliberation on charges against Jack Byrd, Antioch.   Byrd was accused of extortion against former Lynnville alderman Robert Wilburn Sands and former mayor Larry Chapman after […]

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A Square Christmas Is Saturday

The annual A Square Christmas is this Saturday. Pick up a copy of  this week’s edition of the PULASKI CITIZEN, available in markets across Giles County and in digital and traditional newspaper formats by subscription, to find a pull-out section with the schedule of events and special offers from local businesses.   Saturday, Nov. 18   7-11 a.m. Annual Rotary […]

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EDC Director Asks for Help to Find Industrial Property

A plea for more available property to show representatives of prospective industries again was made by a representative of the Giles County Economic Development Commission to members of the Ardmore Board of Mayor and Aldermen.   EDC Executive Director Bethany Shockney made the comments at the Ardmore board’s Nov. 2 meeting. Ardmore Alderman Paul Van Manen represents the city on […]

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