Redeemed Home owner feels job's a special callingAudra Spence sees her decor business, Redeemed Home, through spiritual eyes. “If people come in and find a little something to make their house more of a home . . . leave with words of encouragement...
Temporary water line to new school approvedThere’s an expression, “the ox is in the ditch.” Bedford County School Board members found themselves there Tuesday night when they hesitantly approved spending $16,462 on a temporary two-inch water...
- Cooler weather arrives with autumn
- Pot, meth found in traffic stop
- Boutwell speaks on education, need to spend, learn more (9/21/18)
- Commissioners learn about procedures, available services at regional meet (9/21/18)
- Quilts of Valor (9/21/18)
- School board faces challenges; Several changes made to system’s improvement plan (9/20/18)
- Jail move logistics studied (9/20/18)
- Motlow EMS classes move to fire school (9/20/18)
- Festival helps cancer-stricken children (9/20/18)
- Driver to robbery faces charges (9/20/18)
- Champs' big splash: Cascade stuns VikingsFourteen games is a long time to go without a win. That streak is now over for the Cascade Champions. And while any win to end a lengthy skid is a good win, perhaps getting a win in the Battle of Bedford against cross-county rival Community (1-4) may have been just a little sweeter for coach Jake Tyre and his Champions...
- Eagles slip by Stewarts Creek
- Showtime! Eagles star on TV tonight (9/21/18)
- Lady Champs honor seniors with win (9/21/18)
- Cascade golf takes 2 wins (9/21/18)
- Viqueens fall to Harpeth (9/21/18)
- Eaglettes handed 3-0 defeat (9/21/18)
- Cascade seeks sudden success against biggest rival (9/20/18)
- Vikings riding momentum into intra-county clash (9/20/18)
Jayden excels, in pageants and in the show ringJayden Jackson had a pretty good summer. She was named Young Miss Bedford County Fairest of the Fair, her third straight year to win her age division in the pageant. And then, she won not one but two...
Local sorority holds 'Taste and Tell' eventThe Xi Alpha Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Joan Gray for its annual Taste and Tell dinner meeting in September. Members brought a dish and a recipe to share at the meeting. Elaine...
I'm a credible cousinAs I got situated on my couch last night, wine and cheese perfectly partnered to my right, in preparation of writing my column, a Facebook message appeared in my inbox. It was from my cousin Carly,...
Books to help you get ready for HalloweenAnd so it begins. The candy shelves at the stores are well-stocked with tasty cavity-promoting, yet irresistible, treats for potential tricksters. Oddly-dressed, usually short, humans will be ringing...
Hello World: Jaselyn Nicole JordanJackson and Jennifer Jordan of Shelbyville announce the birth of a daughter, Jaselyn Nicole Jordan, Sept. 11 in Murfreesboro. She weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and is a sister to James, 20 months....
Johnson, Summers to be wed (9/16/18)Gary and Peggy Johnson of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby Johnson, to Joseph Summers of Shelbyville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late John L. and Frances...
Usher, Anderson announce nuptials (9/9/18)Tony and Dena Usher of Spring Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha, to Myles Anderson of Franklin. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of James and DeLila Usher and Randal and...
Perryman, Garcia to wed (9/9/18)Eric and Sherry Perryman of Unionville announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Brooke Perryman of Unionville, to Jovanny Garcia of Shelbyville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of...
Driver thanks locals for hospitality (9/21/18)To the Editor: Last Thursday afternoon I got caught driving in the torrential downpour that hit Shelbyville at about 3 p.m. As I am not a frequent visitor to the town, I got lost trying to find U.S....
Karl Dean vs. Bill Lee (9/21/18)To The Editor: With the coming of the Nov. 8 election, two candidates are seeking your vote to elect them the next governor of the great state of Tennessee. One is a conservative republican, the...
Officials musn't be allowed to censor their public comments (9/16/18)The Tennessee Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Oct. 4 in an important case involving state libel laws and a free press. The appeal before the state’s highest court is a test of the...
Some sun-flowery thoughts, off a rambling vine (9/9/18)My green thumb friends have homes that sing with certain exuberance from growing orange marigolds, sunny sunflowers, purple phlox and showy hydrangeas. One of the most stunning, yet easy, plants to...
Patricia Ann Stacy (9/22/18)Patricia Ann Stacy, 59, of Wartrace died Saturday, September 22, 2018 at her home after an extended illness. Arrangements pending: Doak-Howell Funeral Home.
Judith Walker Hydeman (9/22/18)Judith Walker Hydeman of Sarasota, Florida died Saturday, September 15, 2018 at her home. A private memorial service is planned for the future.
Mildred S. Storey (9/22/18)Mildred S. Storey of Nashville died Sunday, September 16, 2018. Funeral services 11 a.m. Tuesday September at Ramsey Street Church of Christ, Nashville, Kenneth Brinkley officiating. Interment in...
Will P. Martin (9/22/18)Will P. Martin, 89, of Shelbyville died Thursday, September 20, 2018 at Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville. Funeral services 11 a.m. Tuesday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Interment in Everbrite Cemetery....
James Howell Sandlin (9/20/18)James Howell Sandlin passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. He was born December 5, 1940 in Massey, Alabama. James was a graduate of Athens College and Vanderbilt...
Kenneth Carter (9/18/18)Kenneth Raymond Carter, 74, of Shelbyville died Tuesday, September 18, 2018, at his home. Funeral services 11 a.m. Friday at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel, Pastor Yram Lopez officiating. Burial at Hazel...
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