American Legion Post 60 Celebrates 75 Years ‘On the Hill’

American Legion Post 60 will celebrate 75 years of being in its Post Home with a party Saturday, Feb. 24. “We want everyone to come join us for our 75th Anniversary together ‘On the Hill,’” Post Adjutant Diana Steelman said. Built in 1857, Perkins House has been many things over the last 165-plus years, including a private residence, a hospital […]

STAAR’s production focuses on “Children of the Holocaust”

STAAR Theatre’s production of “Children of the Holocaust” and “Can you Hear them Crying?” is a poignant way to learn about one of history’s most horrible events through art and journals left behind by children who experienced the horrors of the Holocaust. Performed by talented youth from our community, these two short plays impart an excellent way to interest teens […]

Ribbon Cutting: Pizza On Main


Pizza on Main celebrates its Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Greater Ardmore Chamber.


UT Southern Campus Locked Down, No Threat Found

While the lockdown of the University of Tennessee Southern campus last week turned out not to be an actual threat, it would not be accurate to call it a hoax either. Pulaski Police Chief John Dickey had that to say about the incident last Wednesday (Jan. 31) that also resulted in businesses in the area and schools in Pulaski locking […]

Costs for City Services on the Rise in Lynnville

As the Town of Lynnville continues to rebuild the water service it provides to its citizens and area residents, the task of correcting the mistakes of the past have fallen on the town’s current leadership.That task has come with a price that Mayor Robert White warned would be worse if the city does not do what is required to make […]

Elkton Lights Up City Tinsel Trail

The lighting of Elkton’s first-ever City Christmas Tree and Tinsel Trail was among the business discussed at the Dec. 14 meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.Mayor Ryan Gilland thanked the board members and Officer Josh Davis for officiating the ceremony in his absence.First place for the best tree on the Tinsel Trail was the Bonjour Family, followed respectively […]


Pulaski Board Wraps Up for 2023

Pulaski City’s overtime policy reverts to its former version after a unanimous vote by the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen.The decision was made at the city council’s Dec. 12 meeting in response to feedback from employees. The policy now allows time-and-a-half to be paid if employees are called in on a vacation day or personal day.“Our policy before had […]

Ardmore Approves Employee Christmas Bonuses

Mayor Mike Magnusson recommended Christmas bonuses for Ardmore, Tenn., employees at the Dec. 7 Meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. A motion was made to give $300 for full-time employees, and $150 for part-time. The board amended the vote to include an additional $100 per employee. Police Chief Jeremy Robison requested that the police department opt out of the additional […]

Pulaski Mayor Recognizes Local Dentist for “Free Dental Day”

Pulaski Mayor J.J. Brindley presents local dentist Dr. Tesa Jolly a proclamation naming the second Friday of November as “Free Dental Day in Pulaski.” Jolly started Free Dental Day in 2009 and began partnering with CB Outreach in 2020.It takes over 200 volunteers to serve the more than 150 patients who are seen for free cleanings or extractions each year.  

Pulaski Natural Gas Prices Increasing

An increase of 5 cents per CCM (100 cubic feet) for Natural Gas has been approved by the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen. The Pulaski Natural Gas Department lost money over the past two fiscal years, prompting the move to increase prices from 75 cents per CCM to 80 cents.“We pre-purchase about 75 percent of our gas, and we know […]


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