'Big Payback' benefits local nonprofit agenciesA record number of nonprofits will participate in the fourth annual The Big Payback, an online giving event involving agencies from throughout Middle Tennessee, on Wednesday, May 3. A total of 781...
Historical commission director to speak at banquetPatrick McIntyre, executive director of the Tennessee Historical Commission and the state's historic preservation officer, will speak at the Tennessee's Backroads Heritage spring dinner, May 4 at the...
- Cascade project draws interest (4/26/17)
- Flat Creek water asks SPWSS's help (4/26/17)
- Drunk driver, trailer leave damage across city (4/26/17)
- Sorority members try on spring, summer fashions (4/26/17)
- Educators group meets (4/26/17)
- Police benevolent donation (4/26/17)
- Cybersecurity discussed with Rotarians (4/26/17)
- Kiwanis knows the score (4/25/17)
- Peer-led tutoring helps Central students achieve (4/25/17)
- MTBN visits Bell Buckle (4/25/17)
- Lady Champs hammer Nolensville, remain perfectNOLENSVILLE — The Cascade Lady Champions needed a big inning to take control on Tuesday night at Nolensville. What they got was a 14-run second frame that blew open the District 12-AA contest en route to a 17-0 route. Cascade (17-0, 9-0) nearly batted around two times in the monster second inning and connected on 10 hits in the inning, three of which were good enough for extra bases...
- Ware nets 2, powers Champs (4/26/17)
- Eagles edge Tullahoma (4/26/17)
- Eagles’ district title hopes take hit (4/26/17)
- Cougars spoil Vikings’ senior night (4/26/17)
- Champs’ district woes continue (4/26/17)
- Viqueen seniors honored (4/26/17)
- Slow start costly for Vikings (4/25/17)
- Segroves signs with Coastal Georgia (4/25/17)
Sublett graduates from banking class (4/26/17)Andrea Harris Sublett, assistant vice president at First Community Bank, is among the 40 graduates of the 2017 Southeastern School of Consumer Credit held at the Tennessee Bankers Association's...
First Community Bank achieves good year (4/26/17)First Community Bank held its annual shareholders meeting April 18, with attendees hearing good news. The bank enjoyed another good year in 2016 with continued growth and profitability, CEO Scott...
Ribbon-cutting at new location (4/26/17)Mouth of the South bakery hosted a Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting at its new location, 1731 North Main Street, on April 18. The event also celebrated the business’s one-year anniversary. Chamber...
Cooper sees each day as a blessing (4/25/17)"My life is a blessing from God," says Pam Cooper. "If it wasn't for the desire that he puts in other people's heart to give I would not be here. I owe my life to God, and the people that he has put...
50th anniversary celebrated (4/23/17)John and Ann Beckler celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 18 at a party hosted by their daughter and son-in-law, Patrick and Tracey Griffin at a recreation club house in Cape Coral,...
Ray, Feldhaus plan May 27 wedding (4/23/17)Chelsey Lynn Ray and Stephen Blake Feldhaus of Shelbyville announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gene and Shelia Ray of Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of Larry and...
Hello World: Trinity Nicole Street (4/23/17)Tiffany Nicole Allen and Brian Scott Street of Shelbyville announce the birth of a daughter, Trinity Nicole Street, at 12:57 p.m. on March 9 at Harton Regional Medical Center. The baby girl weighed 5...
Hello World: Maddox Andrew Cooper (4/9/17)Cameron and Kat Cooper of Shelbyville announce the birth of a son, Maddox Andrew Cooper, on Feb. 14 at 1:29 p.m. at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro. The baby boy weighed 6 pounds, 11...
IMPROVE Act saves dollars for all Tennesseans (4/23/17)Over the past few days, I have received some responses regarding the IMPROVE Act, the tax-cutting, highway-funding bill. Misleading information and outright falsehoods on social media have caused...
Tax changes, and a tour of ‘Nashville’ (4/23/17)By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. — Benjamin Franklin The days are getting longer and the tempers are getting shorter. With the majority of committees closing, this week we resumed...
Angelyn Parsley ‘Angie’ Bobo (4/25/17)Angelyn Parsley “Angie” Bobo, 83, of Shelbyville died Monday morning, April 25, 2017 at NHC Health Care in Tullahoma after an extended illness. Funeral services will be held 4 p.m. Saturday at...
Robert Lee Singleton Jr. (4/25/17)Robert Lee Singleton, Jr., 67, of Wartrace, died Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in Haley Cemetery. Visitation will begin...
William 'Ricky' Andrews (4/25/17)William “Ricky” Andrews, 57, of Moore County died Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Lynchburg Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Lynchburg Cemetery. Visitation...
Halbert Floyd Dennis (4/25/17)Halbert Floyd Dennis, 89, of Chattanooga, a native of Shelbyville. died of cancer Monday, April 17, 2017. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.
Gladys Betty Jean Kuban (4/25/17)Gladys Betty Jean Kuban, 82 of Shelbyville died Saturday, April 22, 2017, at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. Per her wishes, she will be cremated with a memorial service at a later...
Richard Trudrung (4/25/17)Richard Trudrung, 71, of Shelbyville died Monday, April 24, 2017 at his home after an extended illness. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Doak-Howell Funeral Home.
Garage SalesShelbyville City Limits o To Visit o Visited 202 Wade Dr. Saturday 7-?
Public NoticesPublic Notice The Shelbyville Municipal Airport Authority will meet in Regular Session on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 1:00pm at the Shelbyville Municipal Airport, 2828 Hwy 231 N. Shelbyville, TN. Any person wishing to view the Agenda may do so by contacting Justin Heid, Airport Director at the Shelbyville Municipal Airport. Anna Mai, City Recorder (April 27, 2017)
Garage SalesSouth Area o To Visit o Visited Moving Sale 150 Snell Rd. Fri. & Sat. 7-? Rain or Shine
Help WantedApartment complex needs hard worker to paint, deep clean, and pick up garbage. Indoors and outdoors. Full time. $12/hr. 931-639-7072 (text only - do not call)