Tag Archives: featured

Annual Unity March Celebrates Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Braving the frigid temperatures, celebrants start the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in Pulaski with the annual Unity March from the Giles County Courthouse to the Greater Richland Creek Association Central building for a program on historical facts and personal experiences. Panelists included Vivian Sims, Peggy Jones, John Nelson, Beatrice Coleman, Steve Beasley, Robert Jackson and Roosevelt […]

Read more

TCAT-Pulaski Receives GIVE Grant

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, along with First Lady Maria, visits TCAT Pulaski to officially announce the presentation of a $310,146 Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) grant for a Welding Program Expansion at the Pulaski institution. (Below, right) TCAT-Pulaski President Mike Whitehead welcomed the Lees with a gift and (top) the governor spent time with the school’s current welding class […]

Read more

Fire Ravages Beech Hill Home

Fire and Rescue volunteers use a dump tank and multiple tankers while battling the flames of a burning Beech Hill home. Emergency personnel spent hours on scene ensuring the fire was contained to the upper levels of the residence. NATHAN GOMILLION / PULASKI CITIZEN by Nathan Gomillion Staff Writer First responders raced to a remote Giles home midday Saturday after […]

Read more

Help is Available

  Celebrate Recovery The CB Ministry hosts Celebrate Recovery meetings each Tuesday with a meal at 6 p.m., small group meeting at 6:30 p.m. and large group meeting at 7:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery is a program to help overcome hurts, hang-ups and habits. For more information, call 256-426-3910 or 256-337-3402. Everyone is welcome.    Narcotics Anonymous Drug addiction is a […]

Read more

Community Comes Together in Memory of Farmer

Friends and family stand together after harvesting John (J) Tucker’s crop for his family following an accident that claimed his life. The project involved upwards of 50 people donating their services, time, trucks, heavy machinery and farming equipment to bring in Tucker’s 2,300 acres of soy bean and corn crop.… Please login and subscribe for FULL ACCESS to all GilesNews.com […]

Read more

Giles Paths: Remembering Prospect High School Part 1

The high schools that were closed and consolidated in 1978 into Richland and Giles County High were the Beech Hill Blue Jays, Bodenham Hornets, Campbellsville Bears, Elkton Elks, Jones High Tigers, Minor Hill Wildcats and Prospect Eagles. Schools with kindergarten through eighth grade are still located at Elkton and Minor… Please login and subscribe for FULL ACCESS to all GilesNews.com […]

Read more