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Country legends the Bellamy Brothers are set to take the stage at the Giles County Fair Thursday, August 7. The duo, known for such hits as “Let Your Love Flow,” If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold it Against Me),” and “Old Hippie,” have been turning out chart-topping hits since the 1970s. The music is set to begin at 7 p.m. with opening act Branch and Dean. The concert is free to everyone who pays their $5 admission to the fair. The August 7 Bellamy Brothers concert is made possible by the Pulaski Lions Club, the Pulaski Rotary Club, Cardin Distributing, and KIX 106.7 WKSR.

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Ardmore Man Arrested After Threatening the President (7/23/2014) - An Ardmore, Tenn. man has been arrested for making threats against President Obama and other officials.   Jimmie Randall Johnson Jr. was arrested Saturday by Nashville Metropolitan Police.  Authorities say he called the Tennessee Department of Homeland Security and left three threatening messages against the president, former presidential and vice-presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Read the full article...
Home Damaged in Tuesday Fire (7/23/2014) - A Pulaski home was damaged by an early morning fire yesterday.   Pulaski Fire Department Chief Don Collins said a bicyclist noticed smoke and reported the fire at the 504 Poplar St. home owned by Joey Hamby.   Collins said two things saved the house from complete loss: Gary Shelton, the man who spotted the Read the full article...
City to Begin Billing Utility Customers This Month (7/23/2014) - Beginning this month, all Pulaski natural gas, water, sewer, and solid waste collection customers will receive bills from the city than Pulaski Electric System.   City of Pulaski customers will receive a postcard-sized utility bill from city hall. Customers can pay their bills with cash, check, debit, or credit card at city hall Monday through Read the full article...



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Emma Jean Miller (7/21/2014) - Emma Jean Miller died on Sunday, July 20, 2014 in Wyandotte, MI. She was a native of Alabama. She is survived by two daughters, Kathy White and husband Tim and Linda Garnica of Michigan, three grandchildren, Brandon and Merideth White and Alec Garnica of Michigan. One sister, Betty and husband William Randall Felty of Pulaski, Read the full article...
Winnie Dale Norwood Sewell (7/17/2014) - Winnie Dale Norwood Sewell, age 80 of Leoma, died on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at NHC Scott after a brief illness. Mrs. Sewell was a native of Lawrence County and a member of the Leoma Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, 2014 at the Loretto Memorial Chapel. Read the full article...
Vivian Howard Clack (7/17/2014) - Vivian Howard Clack, age 91, died Monday in South Carolina.   She is survived by three daughters: Mattie Patrick and husband Russell of South Carolina, Teresa Martin of Atlanta, and Pamela Reynolds of Pulaski; four sons: Edward Allen Clack II and wife Lois of Louisville, KY, Terry Clack and wife Barbara of Williamsville, NY, Ralph Read the full article...