NHS serves the community
The Shelbyville Central High School National Honor Society has been busy with several community and service projects this fall.
A holly jolly time in Wartrace
The Town of Wartrace held a Christmas dinner Monday night at the fire hall, featuring lots of good food, door prizes and an appearance by Santa Claus.
Habitat seeking 2017 Ball sponsors
The 2017 Bedford Builds Habitat for Humanity Ball will be Feb. 11, 2017.
The Ball raises enough funds to build one home each year to a family for zero percent interest. Diamond Sponsorship, $5,000; Premier Sponsorship, $3,000; Platinum...
Christmas Parade 2016
The 2016 Shelbyville Christmas Parade.
Shelbyville EGA group decorates 31st tree
Every year since 1986, the Shelbyville Satellite group has decorated a Christmas tree at a local bank. See the story at http://www.t-g.com/story/2365228.html.
Southside students salute veterans
(Editor's Note: The Times-Gazette regrets the delay in publication of photos submitted to us from Southside School in honor of Veterans Day.)
CAN do attitude: SCHS concludes canned food drive
Shelbyville Central High School's Great Canned Food Drive ended Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Two nights in Paris
Times-Gazette city editor John I. Carney changed planes in Paris for his recent mission trip to Sierra Leone, so he and LEAMIS Internatioinal Ministries executive director Debra Snellen arranged to spend two nights there on the way home from the...
Holiday Mixer 2016
The 22nd annual Shelbyville-Bedford County Chamber of Commerce Holiday Mixer was held Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Blue Ribbon Circle.
Community Middle basketball homecoming 2016
Community Middle School held its basketball homecoming on Thursday, Nov. 17.
First Presbyterian 'More Than A Bake Sale'
The women of First Presbyterian Church held "More Than A Bake Sale" Saturday in the church fellowship hall. Baked goods, canned goods and more were offered for sale, along with items from Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade retailer.
Bedford County Fair Christmas Village 2016
Bedford County Fair hosted a Christmas Village Saturday at the Old Harris High School Training School Gym. A variety of vendors offered merchandise ranging from clothing to home-canned items.
Festival of Trees 2016
The Fly Arts Center hosted the annual Festival Of Trees and Holiday Bazaar on Saturday. Trees have been decorated by a variety of local clubs, organizations, and businesses, and there were vendors on hand Saturday selling a variety of gifts and...
Small Talk: Liberty students tell how to cook a turkey
Liberty School third and fourth graders were asked "How do you cook a turkey?"
Liberty holds Fall Festival
Liberty School held its annual Fall Festival last Saturday.
Man on the Street 11/20/2016
Have you ever met anyone famous? If so, who, and if not, who would you like to meet?
Breezy visits Thomas Magnet
Danielle Breezy of WKRN-TV visited Thomas Magnet School on Wednesday.
Veterans Day 2016
Local schools held Veterans day ceremonies Friday to pay tribute to those who served their nation.
Ann Throneberry's last Holiday Foods Program
Ann Throneberry hosted her last annual holiday food program Monday at Duck River Electric Membership Corp. She is retiring after hosting the program for 42 years.
Environmental Awareness Week 2016
The annual Environmental Awareness Week was held September 26-28 at the Bedford County Agriculture and Education Center. First and second grade classes from Bedford County Schools attended and enjoyed as many as 11 different stations learning about...
Fall Dinner & Auction
The Homes of Hope Fall Dinner & Auction was held Saturday. The organization helps families and children in crisis.
United Way Child Safety Day 2016
United Way of Bedford County hosted the annual Child Safety Day at H.V. Griffin Park, with activities, exhibits and demonstrations from a variety of local agencies.
Cascade High School football homecoming 2016
Cascade High School held its football homecoming on Sept. 30.
Fall Fashion visits Woman's Club
Jennifer Jordan Thompson of J. Jordan's brought her fashion expertise, six models and three assistants to the October meeting of the Shelbyville Woman's Club for an overview of what's important for this season and beyond. The models for this show...
Active shooter/mass casualty drill
Members of Shelbyville and Bedford County emergency departments gathered at Tennessee College of Applied Technology on Thursday for a drill simulating the presence of two active shooters at the school.
Russ & Tori Taff's Bell Buckle Weekend 2016
Russ Taff, a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and winner of multiple Grammy and Dove awards, and his wife Tori hosted a fan weekend in their adopted home town of Bell Buckle.
Epsilon Sigma Alpha fall fashion show 2016
The Beta Iota Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha held its 38th annual fashion show and dinner Tuesday night at First United Methodist Church's fellowship hall. The Shelbyville chapter, formed in 1957, has been hosting this fashion show with Carolyn's as...
Mt. Lebanon UMC Homecoming 2016
Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church held homecoming Sunday. Past and present song leaders and pianists were recognized.
Duck RiverFest 2016
The annual Duck RiverFest, held Tuesday, provided students an opportunity to learn about river safety, wildlife, conservation and other topics.
Times-Gazette National Newspaper Week Coffee
The Times-Gazette hosted the Chamber of Commerce Coffee Hour on Tuesday in honor of National Newspaper Week.
SCHS Class of 1966 reunion
Shelbyville Central High School Class of 1966 held its 50-year class reunion July 23 at the Bell Buckle Banquet Hall. Over 150 classmates and spouses attended the event, which was catered by the Bell Buckle Café with music by My Escape. Senior...
Man on the Street
If you could be invisible for one day or fly for one day, which would you choose and what would you do?
Halls Mill Sorghum Squeeze 2016
The annual Halls Mill Sorghum Squeeze is a community festival built around a demonstration of making sorghum syrup. See video at https://youtu.be/5H0Mn42nok8.
ROcKfest 2016 shakes it up
The Ag Center was abuzz all day Saturday as many in the area enjoyed the various attractions leading up to a rocking night. There was plenty to keep RoCKFEST 2016 festival goers busy. From hot chicken to henna tattoos, the grounds drew a crowd that...
Harris homecoming pep rally
Harris Middle School held a pep rally Tuesday afternoon in preparation for the football homecoming game Tuesday night. The Eagles won the game that night, beating Franklin County South by a wide44-24 margin.
Man on the Street
This week's question: If you were stranded on a desert island, what person, and what food, would you want with you?
Schools get ready to rumble
Former WWE wrestler and manager Dutch Mantell visited a number of area schools this week to share an anti-bullying message. His appearance is connected to the ROcKFEST concert for youths, which will be Saturday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. at the Bedford...
Hot dog networking
The Chamber Ambassadors' Business Bedford & Hot Dog Lunch was held Thursday at the Chamber office.
Man on the Street: What would you do with a million?
"Man On The Street" is a new feature that will appear each week. Participants will be asked, at radom, to share their thoughts on any given question.
Grandparents day at Cascade
Cascade Elementary School held a grandparents day Wednesday and Thursday. Pictured are visitors, students, and faculty and staff on Wednesday.
Celebration WGC Night 2016
Honors was named World Grand Champion on Sunday morning. See the story at http://www.t-g.com/story/2336349.html.
Celebration ladies visit Woman's Club
Brittany Baum and Connie Allen were welcomed as special guest speakers at this month's Shelbyville Woman's Club. Baum and Allen are two ladies and very familiar and friendly faces you see when entering the office of the Tennessee Walking Horse...
Military Night 2016 at The Celebration
The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration held its annual Military Night observance on Friday, Sept. 2, welcoming veterans from various branches of the Armed Forces to Center Ring to be present for the flag horse ceremony.
Community High holds St. Jude fundraiser
Community High School Student Council rounded out last week's Sail for St. Jude fundraising event with a school-wide kickball tournament. The tournament drew a large crowd of students, faculty, and parents boosting the total raised to nearly $1,400.
Pancakes, served with love
North Fork Baptist Church offered a pancake breakfast Saturday. In addition to the hot meal the church also gave away free clothing and school supplies.
North Fork's men's group offers the breakfast on the third Saturday of every month and...
Hats Off to the Celebration
Hats Off to the Celebration was held Saturday, Aug. 27.
Interdenominational worship service at the Celebration
Organized by Celebration chaplain Rev. Steve Murphree with the cooperation of Bedford County Ministerial Association, the annual worship service is held for visitors and locals alike in the big Celebration arena.
Getting ready for the big show
Preparation in the barn area for the 78th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.