Patriotic Quilt Raises Money for Veterans Groups

Veteran Service Officer Barry Alsup congratulates Reba Walls for winning this patriotic quilt created by the Quirky Quilters Club. The drawing was sponsored by Giles County Veterans Alliance, American Legion Post 60, Honor Guard, VFW and the Fleet Reserves. All proceeds were divided between these organizations to help with the needs of local veterans groups.   Trea Dunnavant / Pulaski Citizen

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Resume Prep Guidance Available Wednesday

The Giles County Public Library offers resume prep guidance by appointment only the third Wednesday of each month. The next session will be Wednesday, Feb. 21.   Persons interested may pick up a resume worksheet, which must be completed in advance of scheduling an appointment, during regular library hours. Patrons in good standing must show their library card or a […]

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Commissioner Announces Candidacy for County Executive

Giles County Commissioner Melissa Greene has announced her candidacy for Giles County Executive. “During my time as a county commissioner, a small business owner and a youth softball coach, I’ve nurtured a deep passion for all things Giles County,” Greene said. “My desire to serve my neighbors and the community I love has inspired my mission to lead Giles County into the fast-paced, ever-changing digital age. Through my work […]

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Summer Food Program Sponsors Sought

by Paul Manke POLITICAL EDITOR   Sponsors are needed for the Giles County School System to offer a summer food program for children through the Tennessee Department of Human Services.   According to Sky Arnold, with the public information and legislative office of the department, “Your county is among those that did not have sponsors to help run the program […]

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Library 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 to shelves and shelves of books, your library card gives […]

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Lynnville Fills Vacant Aldermanic Seat

Richard Lamb was appointed by the Lynnville Board of Mayor and Alderman, Feb. 6, to serve the remainder of former Alderman Jim Green’s term.   Green resigned for personal reasons in December. New Lynnville Alderman Richard Lamb (right) is sworn in by Mayor Phillip Vandiver. Lamb will finish the term of former Alderman Jim Green who resigned in December. The […]

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