Trinity Road rezoning proposal up to councilShelbyville City Council has placed on Thursday night's agenda new consideration of a zoning change which failed to win approval in September. The first reading ordinance, if approved, will rezone...
Church hosts dropoff for Christmas ChildNew Beginnings Baptist Church on Madison Street will be one of 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations for Operation Christmas Child during its national collection week, Nov. 18-25. Donors put together...
- DAR hears about KDS School, wreath program
- Webb administrator benefits from MTSU program
- 'Bleed Blue, Beat WKU' in MTSU blood drive
- What are you thankful for? Tell us in photos (11/8/19)
- Coat drive warms needy students (11/8/19)
- Wreck kills man (11/8/19)
- Prayer service for Nerren scheduled (11/8/19)
- Enjoy the sunshine: chill’s on its way (11/8/19)
- Georgia deputies shoot fleeing Bedford County man (11/8/19)
- Christian singles meet (11/8/19)
- Complete game advances Eagles to 2nd roundBy GARY JOHNSON A total dominating performance! That best describes Class 5A No. 8 ranked Shelbyville Central’s 39-0 win over Hillsboro in the opening round of the TSSAA State Playoffs on Friday night at the Eagles Nest. The Burros were no stranger to Shelbyville Central (10-1) as the Golden Eagles had lost 14 straight-games to Hillsboro (5-6), including a 48-20 loss last year in the second round of the playoffs...
- Big 1st powers Lady Champs (11/8/19)
- Defense does the trick in Champions’ win (11/8/19)
- Harris girls begin slow in defeat (11/8/19)
- Pioneers prove too much for Harris (11/8/19)
- Late Hornet effort hands Patriots loss (11/8/19)
- Patriots power past Fayetteville in 2nd half (11/6/19)
- Webb's second half downs Middle Vikes (11/6/19)
- Viqueens' run downs Webb (11/6/19)
Powderpuff games put girls on the gridironLast week at Cascade, students began the week with the Powderpuff games held Tuesday night. During the games, teams battled to be the best of the best when it comes to girls' football. The freshmen...
Walmart DC gives to Imagination Library (11/6/19)The Bedford County Imagination Library board announced a $1,000 grant from the Walmart Distribution Center in Shelbyville from the Walmart Community Grant program. The Walmart Community Grant...
Huddle House treats vets (11/6/19)Huddle House locations nationwide, including the one at 1209 North Main St. in Shelbyville, will offer a free order of Sweet Cakes, any variety, to all active duty military, military retirees and all...
EconoLodge wins beautification award (11/6/19)EconoLodge Inn and Suites Shelbyville was recently presented with a beautification award from Shelbyville Bedford County Chamber of Commerce. Manager Kajal Patel accepts the award from beautification...
Pomegranate holds open house (11/6/19)The Pomegranate, on the south side of the square, held its holiday open house on Saturday, with refreshments and a head start on Christmas shopping.
20 years of service recognized (11/6/19)Anita Reed, who works in pricing support at Big G Express, was recognized for 20 years of service. From left are CEO Randy Vernon; VP for sales Bill Putman; Reed; and VP for human resources Deanna...
Writer calls Trump 'mad, unhinged'To the Editor: This is a rebuttal to Stella Adcock's letter to the editor on November 6. According to Wikipedia, Judicial Watch is a pro Trump outlet which has made numerous false and unsubstantiated...
Where is the Democrats' transparency? (11/4/19)1To the editor: This is a rebuttal to the [letter to the editor by Charles Reed] on October 23 on the opinion page. Democrats have been above the law since Obama entered the White House. We know for a...
Could homelessness happen to you? (11/4/19)For anyone who is not aware, Shelbyville has a facility known as the C.R.O.S.S. Shelter Project which was started to address the homelessness in our community. Recently, we had a few fundraisers in...
Remembrance of times past in Shelbyville (11/1/19)Do you remember when... ...there was a Piggly Wiggy on the square (southeast corner)? ...there were no school buses? ...country folk, when asked "How are you," would reply, "Tolerable, thank you."?...
Doris J. Williams (11/11/19)Doris J. Williams, 91, of Bell Buckle died Sunday afternoon, November 10, 2019, after an extended illness. Arrangements pending from Doak-Howell Funeral Home.
John Joseph Fox (11/11/19)John Joseph Fox, 60, of Shelbyville died Saturday night, Nov. 9, 2019 at Centennial Hospital in Nashville. A gathering of friends and family will be held from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at Doak-Howell Funeral...
Janice K. Blackwell Boswell (11/11/19)Janice M. Blackwell Boswell, 65, of Wheel died Friday, November 8, 2019 following an extended illness. A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday at Lawrence Funeral Home in Chapel Hill...
Agnes 'Sis' Winsett (11/11/19)Agnes 'Sis' Winsett, 78, of Lewisburg died Thursday, November 7, 2019 after a long illness. No services will be held, but a memorial/family reunion will take place next spring in her honor. London...
George 'Rooster' Garrett (11/8/19)George "Rooster" Garrett, 70, of Shelbyville died Thursday, November 7, 2019. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday, November 14 at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in Willow Mount...
Fornie 'Keith' Fults (11/8/19)Fornie “Keith” Fults, 85, of Wartrace died Friday, November 8, 2019, at The Waters of Shelbyville. Funeral services 1 p.m. Tuesday at Doak-Howell Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Fox Hollow...
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