Two vehicles stolen over weekendA 2005 GMC Denali left in a Jarrell Street driveway unlocked with keys inside was reported stolen Thursday. The owner said he called a cellphone left inside and a friend who said she was driving the...
Honor society's active springThe National Honor Society at Shelbyville Central High School is getting off to a busy start this spring. Activities have included donating scarves to residents at Celebration Way Assisted Living;...
- Lutheran Easter celebration
- ‘Bracket Bucks’ winner no stranger to Times-Gazette contests (4/21/19)
- FFA prepares for the future (4/21/19)
- Light amount of rain expected this week (4/21/19)
- End of legislative session approaches (4/21/19)
- Good Samaritan program at Lions Club (4/21/19)
- Compassus volunteers (4/21/19)
- Webb to present 'The Addams Family' (4/21/19)
- A life in song: Cascade band members plan music careers (4/19/19)
- Rezoning backed for 41A South site by committee (4/19/19)
- Eight late runs not enough for Eaglettes (4/18/19)
- After sweeping Columbia, Eagles sit atop 8-AAA (4/18/19)
- Eagles grab crucial wins (4/17/19)
- Champions totally dominate Rockets on senior night (4/17/19)
- Gritty Champions topple Raiders (4/17/19)
- Lady Champs escape Moore County threat (4/17/19)
- Eaglettes lose coach, game (4/16/19)
- Viqueens fight to finish vs. Tigerettes (4/16/19)
This substitute is the real thing: Buckingham cherishes SCHS students (4/21/19)There's a catch phrase: "Bloom where you're planted." Shelbyville Central High School substitute educator Carolyn Buckingham has strong convictions that is what she's doing in her life. "I'm glad God...
The One who got out (4/21/19)A preacher tells a story of one quiet and sunny Sunday afternoon when his son was five-years-old. They drove past a cemetery together. Noticing a large pile of dirt beside a newly dug grave, the...
Exploring the science of black holes (4/21/19)Happy Easter to all of you! I hope that you are celebrating this holiday just as you like. I wish you all a relaxed, pleasant day. Your librarians will be charging their batteries today because...
Have you hugged a volunteer firefighter today? (4/21/19)The tragic conflagration that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral compels me to write about services that we take for granted, right up until the moment we suddenly need them ourselves. I have the utmost...
Confessions of a single mother (4/21/19)As a single mom, I often feel there's a fine line between honestly acknowledging my struggles versus sounding like I'm having a pity party. Sometimes I want to shout to the world "I am exhausted!...
Liberty learns from Louie (4/21/19)Second graders at Liberty School recently participated in Duck River Electric Membership Corp.’s Louie the Lightning Bug safety presentation and coloring contest. Eighty students learned how...
Cook, Stluka to be wed (4/14/19)Gary and Mary Tim Cook of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Beth Cook of Shelbyville, to Dustin James Stluka of Readyville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the...
Hello World: Madelyn Elizabeth Gassaway (3/31/19)Mason and Amy Beth Gassaway of Shelbyville announce the birth of a daughter, Madelyn Elizabeth Gassaway, Feb. 26 in Murfreesboro. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Grandparents are James and DeLynn...
Thanks for support for Caregiver Relief event (4/14/19)To the Editor: The annual Pancake Supper fundraiser for the Caregiver Relief Program of Bedford County on April 9 was a great success. Caregiver Relief provides respite and nursing guidance for...
Abortion policies criticized (4/11/19)To the Editor: As of now, eight states (plus the District of Columbia) allow the murder of the unborn up to birth, including Alaska, Colorado, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Vermont,...
Legislator's bills making progress on Capitol Hill (4/14/19)"If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success." --John D. Rockefeller I'm happy to report that all but one of the bills I plan to...
Shelbyville celebrates bicentennial -- again (4/14/19)The members of the Continental Congress who declared the 13 American colonies to be independent in the summer of 1776 assumed that July 2, the date of a crucial vote in favor of independence, would...
James Thomas Henson (4/23/19)James Thomas Henson, 77, of Shelbyville died Saturday, April 20, 2019 at his home after an extended illness. Funeral services 1 p.m. Wednesday at Doak-Howell Funeral Home, Brother Jim Sorrels...
Donald Earl Howell (4/23/19)Donald Earl Howell, 71, of Lynchburg died Saturday, April 20, 2019 at his residence. Memorial service 6 p.m. Thursday at Jennings-Moore-Cortner Funeral Home, Lynchburg, Pastor Tony Howell...
Darryl Ross Miller (4/22/19)Darryl Ross Miller, 53, of Shelbyville died Sunday, April 22, 2019. Graveside services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Willow Mount Cemetery. Arrangements: Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.
Pattye Loraine Perryman Comstock (4/22/19)Pattye Loraine Perryman Comstock, 66, of Wheel died Sunday, April 21, 2019. Funeral service 12 noon Wednesday at Lawrence Funeral Home, Chapel Hill. Burial at Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church...
James 'Jim' Ward (4/22/19)James “Jim” Ward, 69, of Spring Hill died Sunday, April 21, 2019. He was formerly publisher of the Marshall County Tribune in Lewisburg. A Celebration of Life will be held 3 p.m. Sunday, April 28...
Raul Marin (4/22/19)Raul Marin, 60, of Flat Creek died Sunday, April 21, 2019 at his home. Funeral services 12 noon Saturday at Doak-Howell Funeral Home. Visitation begins at 10 a.m.
Help WantedPUBLIC NOTICE The Shelbyville Parks & Recreation Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Maintenance Worker for the Parks and Recreation Department. The employee is responsible for performing maintenance tasks of a semi-skilled or skilled nature. Valid Tennessee driver’s license required. Must be 18 years old to apply. Applications and a signed job description must be returned to City Hall Administration Office, 201 N. Spring Street no later than 4 p.m. on...
PetsAKC, Great Dane puppies. Blue/ black, $800. 931-299-3225
Help WantedCNA /caregivers needed! Carriage House Inn Assisted Carriage House Assisted Living is now accepting applications for 3rd shift caregivers. 1 year experience preferred. Apply in person 311 Colloredo Blvd., Shelbyville, next to Food Lion.
BargainsLAMPS, early 60's, white with linen shades, works great. $50. 931-639-0228