Proposed commission non-profit donation policy explainedBedford County Financial Management Committee discussed Tuesday evening the issue of county government’s contributions to independent, not-for-profit agencies. Last month, Commissioner Linda Yockey...
‘Murder Mystery at Murder Mystery’The Fly Community Theatre will present “The Murder Mystery At The Murder Mystery” Friday and Saturday evenings at The Fly Arts Center. A taco bar meal will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the...
- Comic Art Attack to bring creative minds together (10/23/19)
- App helps owner track stolen phone (10/23/19)
- Republican fish fry (10/23/19)
- Cascade band successful at competition (10/23/19)
- Cascade High project $74K under budget (10/21/19)
- Driving school among nation's best (10/21/19)
- Farmers don't have to suffer in silence (10/21/19)
- Pepper spray subdues assault suspect (10/21/19)
- Bee documentary seeks support (10/21/19)
- School board wants to pick own architect (10/18/19)
- Cascade blanks CSAS in Region 3-A semisThere's been a blueprint for Cascade's success this season—play lock down defense and be opportunistic when scoring chances arise. The Lady Champs executed that schematic to a tee on Tuesday evening in the Region 3-A semifinals against the Chattanooga School of Arts and Sciences (CSAS) in a 4-0 victory...
- DRVC All-Conference selections (10/23/19)
- MTCS too much for Vikes (10/23/19)
- Middle Viqueens fall in home opener (10/23/19)
- Eagles' defense dominates on Senior Night (10/19/19)
- Trousdale County powers past Cascade (10/19/19)
- First half too much for Vikings to overcome (10/19/19)
- Lady Champs capture 3rd straight 6-A title (10/18/19)
- Viqueens earn season honors (10/18/19)
Where agriculture and tourism meet (10/23/19)Agritourism -- the development of public attractions on farm property -- has become a trend in recent years. Whether it's "pick your own" berry farms or pumpkin patches, cornfield mazes, or more...
Ralston enjoys success in 4-H horse competition (10/23/19)In 4-H you get to show animals, including horses. You practice all year long and finally at the beginning of summer you have your county show. You get to compete with others from your county before...
4-H through my eyes (10/23/19)Have you ever thought about joining 4-H? 4-H is an organization for 4th-12th grade boys and girls that has a lot of different activities and opportunities. Some activities include: Livestock...
4-H has a lot of agriculture and other project areas too (10/23/19)What is 4-H? What do you do in 4-H? How did you get involved in 4-H? What is your 4-H project? These are questions that I am frequently asked when I tell people that I am in 4-H. This is when I take...
What 4-H teaches you (10/23/19)The 4-H slogan is "Learn by doing." Learning by doing means people interacting with their environment in order to learn something new. In 4-H, kids are taught to be visual learners and to use their...
4-H has made 'a big change' in Blackburn's life (10/23/19)I am part of Bedford County 4-H. I am involved in the sheep project and love it! By being involved in 4-H I have had to learn to lead groups of youth, speak in front of people and keep myself...
October wedding planned for Bolinger, Bush (10/12/19)Joseph and Georgia Bolinger of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter Arial to Zach Bush of Mt. Juliet. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Thomas and Rosemary Bolinger....
Osborne, Clark are joined in matrimony (10/5/19)Chelsea Danielle Osborne of Shelbyville and Bradley Paul Clark of Brentwood were married Sept. 7 at The Venue Chattanooga. Steve Clark, father of the groom, conducted the double-ring evening ceremony...
Shaffer, Burchett are wed (9/28/19)Kelly Ann Shaffer and Jordan Andrew Burchett, both of Fort Collins, Colorado, were married Aug. 31 at Rist Canyon Inn in Fort Collins. The Rev. Mike Wenzler officiated the double-ring evening...
Take a closer look at roundabout (10/23/19)To the Editor: I’m not writing in absolute opposition to the idea of a traffic circle at the Cascade School intersection. I do want to raise some concerns. Traffic circles are inherently tricky,...
Trump should be removed (10/23/19)To the Editor: Someone is above the law and that is Donald J. Trump. He has obstructed justice, committed quid pro quo, violated the emolument clause, and continues working with Russia. What has been...
We're planning on sticking around (10/9/19)1It’s National Newspaper Week — a good time to remind all that, yes, news“papers”, whether you read us on the printed page, a mobile device or a computer screen, are still relevant in the 21st...
Bible belongs in school (10/4/19)Thursday was National “Bring Your Bible to School Day.” I’m smiling. How about you? This day was not set aside to be a “my denomination is better than yours day.” It’s merely an annual time when...
Jack Irion (10/23/19)Jack Irion, 77, of Shelbyville died Tuesday, October 22, 2019. Arrangements pending from Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.
Janis Marie Endsley (10/23/19)Janis Marie Endsley, 83, of Lewisburg, died Sunday, October 20th, 2019 at Village Manor. Memorial services will be 5 p.m. Thursday at London Funeral Home in Lewisburg. Visitation will begin at 3 p,m.
Valeria A. Tillman (10/22/19)Valeria A. Tillman, 50, of Shelbyville, died Thursday, October 17, 2019. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Galilee Primitive Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Poplar Grove Cemetery in...
Iva Dell Sanders (10/22/19)Iva Dell Sanders, 83, of Unionville died Monday, October 21, 2019 in Murfreesboro. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Lawrence Funeral Home in Chapel Hill with Rev. Jimmy Arms and Rev....
Melvin Prince (10/22/19)Melvin Prince, 68, of Lynchburg died Monday, October 21, 2019 at Southern Tennessee Regional Health Systems. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at...
Ora Jean Ransom (10/22/19)Ora Jean Ransom, 89, died Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday, October 25 at Locust Ridge Primitive Baptist Church in Arrington. Burial will follow at Johnson...
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