Pulaski Board Approves Change Order

by Nathan Gomillion Staff Writer   The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen met yesterday, Oct. 8, during their regular scheduled meeting time.   The Board voted on an agenda item relative to a resolution for a deductive change order on a Water and Maintenance improvements contract. According to City Administrator… Please login and subscribe for FULL ACCESS to all GilesNews.com […]

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This Week’s Citizen Spotlight is David Ford

by Margaret Campbell Staff Writer For Citizen David Ford, there’s no task too big or small as he helps lead the Giles County High School Band Backers.    “For the last five years David has helped with the GCHS band in every way,” explained wife and GCHS Band Backer President… Please login and subscribe for FULL ACCESS to all GilesNews.com […]

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EDC Eyes Future Development

by Paul Manke POLITICAL EDITOR Giles County Economic Development Commission members discussed but took no action on a suggestion from Pulaski City Administrator Terry Harrison to develop another dirt pad for attracting another industry to the Dan Speer Industrial Park South, along Highway 31.   EDC members agreed, at the September meeting, to consider the suggestion in October when more […]

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Giles County Observes Day of Prayer Tomorrow

In recognition of the Official Day of Prayer and Fasting for the State of Tennessee tomorrow (Thursday) issued by Gov. Bill Lee, Giles Countians are invited to voluntarily come together to offer up prayers of thanksgiving, forgiveness, healing and prayers of hope for our families, community and state.    Everyone is invited to come to the Giles County Courthouse Gazebo […]

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School Board Approves Additional Policies

Other policies and policy changes passed on first reading at Thursday’s regular school board meeting included:   • Line and Staff Relations Policy 5.101 altering the school system’s personnel organization chart.   • Out of State Student Policy 6.204 which sets the tuition the school system charges students from out of… Please login and subscribe for FULL ACCESS to all GilesNews.com […]

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Giles Youth Get First-Hand Look at Career Choices at Expo

Dozens of exhibits fill the Martin Methodist College gymnasium — and overflow to the parking lot — to provide area students with a look at potential career choices and paths at the annual Endless Possibilities Career Expo Oct. 4. Giles County youth learned about the levels of education and certifications needed for various fields, including everything from welding and soil […]

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Surgeon Joins STRHS

STRHS officials have announced the addition of general surgeon Dr. Michael Q. Huynh to the medical staff at both the Pulaski and Lawrenceburg locations. Dr. Huynh (pronounced “Win”) will be joining Southern Tennessee Surgical Services, which has an office in both communities.    “We are of course so excited to have Dr. Huynh join up with Dr. Bernie Burgess as […]

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Strike Team Responds to Dorian

by Nathan Gomillion Staff Writer All of America shuddered as Hurricane Dorian wrecked havoc along the East coast of the continent, uprooting the lives of many in its path. Although Tennessee hardly felt the effect of the violent storm, states sharing a border with the ocean were not as lucky.   Fortunately for those in need, disaster relief was put […]

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