Pulaski man faces DUI charges

Updated 10/23/19


 

Richland and Bobcats will play Thursday night

Updated 10/23/19


Due to heavy rains in the forecast, Giles County Bobcats and RIchland Raiders will be playing on Thursday night this week.

Coaches from both schools and their opponents agreed to switch the games from Friday night to Thursday because of the forecast.

Bobcas is scheduled to play Tullahoma and Richland will play a region game against Moore County.

WKSR 100.9 will carry the Bobcat game and the Raiders will be on WKSR stream as they are every week.

Starting time for both  games will be 7 p.m.

Coaches and players from both school will talk about both games on the WKSR Coaches Show starting Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. with Wade Neely.

Grassland Council scheduled

Updated 10/23/19


Lawrenceburg Fire under investigation

10/23/19


Dramatic Arts Program at Martin

Updated 10/23/19


Tattie Bogle winner

Updated 10/23/19


Three year old found in dumpster

Updated 10/23/19


Attempted to pass counterfeit money in Ardmore

Updated 10/22/19


Hardee's in Ardmore reported to the Giles County Sheriff's Department today an individual was attempting to pass counterfeit money.

Workers at the fast food restaurant said the individual saw someone checking the 20 dollar bill and they left the scene.

The car was headed toward Pulaski and authorities were not for sure if they remained on Highway 31 North or took a turn on Interstate 65.

Officers continue the investigation.

Sheriff Kyle Helton said they are seeing an increase of reports regarding the counterfeiting of U.S. currency and fraudulent use of debit/credit cards. I commend the officers for their investigation and encourage the community to report any currency that appears suspicious to our office at (931) 363-3505.

Man and woman faces drug charges

Updated 10/22/19


Pulaski gas employee injured

Updated 10/22/19


A Pulaski Gas employee has been injured in an accident this morning (Tuesday) on West Poplar and Fifth Avenue.

Gas crews were working on the scene when the accident occurred.

When officers arrived on the scene Michael Russell was lying in the roadway with injuries after being hit by one of the vehicles.

Gas smell was in the area, but no evacuation was reported.

According to witnesses, Russell was taken to Southern Tennessee Regional Health System for treatment.

Pulaski Gas Company supervisor nor Pulaski Police Department returned WKSR calls before noon concerning reports on the accident.

Another accident around 10:15 a.m. this morning (Tuesday) at the intersection of Highway 11 and 64 by pass sent a driver to the local hospital.

Giles County Rescue Squad was called to the scene because driver was pinned in the vehicle, where she was later removed and taken from the scene by EMS.

An accident report or driver’s name were not available at news time.