Pulaski City Council Meets Tomorrow

The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider proposals for new management companies at Maplewood Cemetery when it meets in regular session tomorrow (Tuesday).   The city has advertised for proposals for the management of Maplewood Cemetery. Those proposals are scheduled to be opened at tomorrow’s regular session of the city council, which meets at noon on the second […]

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Do You Know a Special Citizen?

Every week the PULASKI CITIZEN shines a spotlight on those who make Giles County a great place to live.   Citizen Spotlights are neighbors, friends, coworkers and classmates who serve as a reminder of the good things happening around us — and all have one thing in common — they were nominated for the recognition by someone else.   Do […]

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Leg Up Achieves 10-Year Milestone

Obstacles, hurdles, barriers — capable, skilled, able, milestone. All of these are words that fit into the daily lives of the riders, volunteers and instructors at Leg Up Therapeutic Riding Center.   Everyone involved has overcome obstacles, leapt over hurdles and pushed through barriers to become capable, learn new skills… You must be logged in to read this content.

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GCPL Offers More Than Books

Giles County residents are urged to apply for a FREE Giles County Public Library Card to gain access to all the a variety of services.   Out-of-county residents may obtain a card for $10 (or free if their home library participates in the Tennessee Library Card system).   In addition… You must be logged in to read this content.

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MHS Hosts Leaps Event

Minor Hill School Leaps will have an “I Love to Read” Event on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 4:30 p.m.   Several community members will be coming in to read to our students, including Mayor Tracy Wilburn and several volunteers from our sponsor industry, Magnetti Marelli.   At 5 p.m., the children’s parents are invited for cookies and milk.   Parents […]

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NRCS Announces Incentive Payments

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will partner with local Soil Conservation Districts to install riparian forest buffers along eligible streams in the Duck River and Elk River Watersheds.   Local conservation districts have acquired $218,500 in the Elk River watershed, and $142,000 in the Duck River watershed to incentivize voluntary conservation efforts.   Incentive payments will be offered […]

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THP Plans Checkpoints

In compliance with a Tennessee Supreme Court ruling for all law enforcement to notify the public of when and where a roadblock will be held, Tennessee Highway Patrol is advising motorists of four upcoming roadside checkpoints in Giles County.   Feb. 9 A sobriety roadside safety checkpoint is planned for… You must be logged in to read this content.

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