I'm Mayhem and Border Run win stallion class divisionsI'm Mayhem and Border Run won the two divisions of Stallions, Five Years and Over, Saturday night at the 81st Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration....
Celebration rider thanks those who saved his life a year agoRepresentatives of Bedford County Emergency Medical Services, Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville and Vanderbilt LifeFlight were honored during Saturday evening’s Tennessee Walking Horse National...
- Keep eyes to the skies for lightning (8/24/19)
- Ag Center exhibit hallmay receive hard floor (8/23/19)
- Keep eyes to the skies for lightning (8/23/19)
- Marijuana confiscated from DUI suspect (8/23/19)
- Rainbow over the Celebration (8/23/19)
- Census goal: Find addresses (8/23/19)
- El Bethel Baptist Church closes (8/23/19)
- Tri-color ribbons show support (8/22/19)
- Forsee chosen as school board chair (8/21/19)
- Farmers’ major worry: Big Ag (8/21/19)
- Defensive stand lands Vikes' 1st winCORNERSVILLE – The Community Vikings made a statement in their football opener Friday night. With the game on the line, the Viking defense stopped the Cornersville Bulldogs deep in Community territory on two consecutive plays in the final minute and the Vikings held on for a 20-17 gut-wrenching victory...
- Cascade golfers down Forrest (8/24/19)
- Miscues, missed chances hurt Champs in opening loss (8/24/19)
- Viqueens on target against Lady Rockets (8/24/19)
- Brown's low score leads Webb golf win (8/24/19)
- Cascade Middle falls (8/24/19)
- Eagles down Tullahoma for season's 1st win (8/23/19)
- Wait’s over: Football season kicks off (8/21/19)
- Football season here, with new T-G schedule (8/21/19)
Sutton brings beauty to the Celebration, and a smile to Shelbyville Woman's Club (8/24/19)It's Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration time, so, needless to say, landscaper Loraine Sutton is quite busy. She recently took some time out to share with Shelbyville Woman's Club how to...
Is it too late to get hooked on fishing? (8/24/19)July 5, 1970 was a red-letter day in my childhood. On a Sunday afternoon fishing trip with my little brother and late father, I caught 15 fish at the lake in Lewisburg. (Yes, the number 15 has stuck...
'Til due dates do us part: Wedding books at the library (8/24/19)Any time of year is a good time for a wedding. Spring and summer are popular seasons because of the (hopefully) good weather. Destination weddings are also popular choices for many couples. This...
Someone bigger than Phil (8/24/19)I came across some old comedy sketches performed by comedians Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks; they are called the "2,000 Year Old Man." In one skit, Reiner interviews Brooks, who is playing the old man....
Destinations & Diversions: Let 'em walk on as Celebration continues (8/24/19)The 81st annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration continues through Aug. 31 on the Celebration grounds. The last morning classes will be held Monday in Calsonic Arena; evening classes...
Hix travels to Chile for astronomy program (8/23/19)Billy Hix, professor emeritus at Motlow State Community College and founder of the Motlow College Foundation STEM Outreach program, was selected as one of seven astronomy professionals from across...
Hello World: Remington Brooke Ledbetter (8/17/19)Hunter Ledbetter of Shelbyville and Merry Lurie of Mt. Juliet announce the birth of a daughter, Remington Brooke Ledbetter, Aug. 12 at Tri-Star StoneCrest Medical Center in Smyrna. She weighed 7...
Ray, Tindall announce engagement (8/10/19)Edwin and Vickie Ray announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Ray of Shelbyville, to Steven Tindall of Shelbyville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Robert and Barbara Weir of...
Anniversary celebrated (7/27/19)Ed and Ann King, seen here with their great grandson Mason, are celebrating 42 years of marriage. (Submitted photo)
100th birthday celebrated (7/27/19)Jane Edde, born June 21, 1919, celebrated her 100th birthday this year. Family and friends held a party for her on June 29 at her home in Wartrace. (Submitted photo)
Erasing God from history (8/21/19)To the Editor: The US Capitol Visitors Center opened on December 2, 2008 to serve as a visitor center and as a museum. The center cost the American people $621 million dollars. It is the...
Praise for local hospital (8/19/19)To the Editor: I want to take the opportunity to thank the excellent staff at our hometown medical facility, Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville, for a really positive experience during my recent medical...
Appeals court reins in state’s exemptions (8/21/19)The Tennessee Court of Appeals in a ruling on Friday, Aug. 16, put much-needed limits around the so-called investigative exemption that has been used by the state to cloak otherwise public records....
Teens, vaping are bad combination (8/7/19)If you're a minor who vapes, stop. Though it may seem like a fad, health experts paint a grim future for those who enjoy those cinnamon and buttered popcorn-flavored smokes. For those who may not...
Stephen Michael Oiler (8/23/19)Stephen Michael Oiler, 66, of Shelbyville died Thursday, August 22, 2019. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. Burial, with full military honors, will follow in Willow...
Patrick Gene Cargill (8/23/19)Patrick Gene Cargill, 51, of Shelbyville died very unexpectedly Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Gowen-Smith Chapel....
Carol Lee Snoddy (8/23/19)Carol Lee Snoddy, 74, of Shelbyville died Wednesday, August 21, 2019. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel with Pastor Jeff Rasnick officiating. Visitation will...
Mattie Ray Atnip Wiser (8/22/19)Mattie Ray Atnip Wiser, 88, of Shelbyville died Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at The Heart Remembers. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Sunday at Hillcrest Funeral Home with her children,...
Thomas Eugene Brown (8/21/19)Thomas Eugene Brown Sr., 79, of Shelbyville died Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at his son’s home in Fayetteville. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, August 26,at Calvary...
Jackie Ray Sanders (8/21/19)Jackie Ray Sanders, 62, of Shelbyville died Tuesday, August 20, 2019. Per his request he will be cremated. No services are scheduled at this time. Hillcrest Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
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Help WantedPublic Notice The City of Shelbyville is seeking applicants for the position of full-time laborer for City cemetery locations. A valid Tennessee Driver’s License is required. Must be 18 years old to apply. Duties include mowing, weed eating, litter and trash pickup, and ground maintenance. Applications and a copy of the job description must be returned to City Hall Administration Office, 201 N. Spring Street Shelbyville, TN 37160. Applications will be accepted until position has...