Leg Up Picnic, Show Is Tomorrow

The Picnic on the Ground Horse Show at Leg Up Therapeutic Riding Center will celebrate its 10th Anniversary Saturday, May 20.   The show has become a fixture in the community and is a way for the students to show off their hard work and equestrian skills as well as raise funds for the center.   “The show is a […]

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EDC Recognizes Beautification Efforts

Giles County Economic Development Commission Board Chair David Rackley (right) presents a plaque in recognition of beautification efforts on the Square to Williams Law and Mediation (continuing from right) attorneys, Chris Williams, Chad Sisk; paralegals, Jamie Griffin, Vicky H. Harwell and (not pictured) attorney Mattea Rolin.   Paul Manke / Pulaski Citizen

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Help Honor Veterans

Each year the VFW Post 4577 Auxiliary places a flag on the grave of every veteran in Maplewood Cemetery and Giles Memory Garden.   Individuals, scout troops, church groups, etc. are invited to help accomplish the task. If you or your group would like to help, arrive at Maplewood Cemetery Thursday, May 25, at 4 p.m.   For more information […]

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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 three upcoming roadside checkpoints in Giles County.   Safety Belt A roadside safety belt checkpoint will be on U.S. Highway 31 South at the 14 mile-marker the week […]

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Local THP District Receives Second-Straight Honor

Accepting the Tennessee Highway Patrol District of the Year award for the second-straight year is Lawrenceburg District Capt. Wayne Sellers (center, in jacket) at a recent awards ceremony.   Submitted   Tennessee Highway Patrol’s Lawrenceburg District, which includes Giles County, has been named the District of the Year for a second-consecutive year.   Lawrenceburg District Capt. Wayne Sellers received the honor […]

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Exit 14 Lease Gets First Review

After reviewing the proposed lease with Giles County for land at Exit 14 of I-65, the Pulaski-Giles County Industrial Development Board returned the document to its attorney for more negotiations.   “I can’t really recommend it,” attorney Bob Henry, representing the IDB, said at a May 4 meeting.   In general, Henry said he was unsure the IDB’s interests were […]

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City Searching for Missing Marker

City of Pulaski officials are looking for information concerning a lost historical marker in the city limits.   The marker recalls the history of Bridgeforth High School as the first black high school in Giles County, named after J.T. Bridgeforth. Details of how the marker went missing are incomplete, but discussions at recent Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen meetings […]

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Arts, Music, Fun Return With Summer SOULstice

There’s more of the same and a lot of new in store for the Second Annual Summer SOULstice Music and Arts Festival on the Pulaski Square this year.   Saturday, June 17, is the date for this year’s festival, making it the perfect family event for Father’s Day weekend, including the addition this year of a Father/Daughter Dance on the […]

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