Jim Allison retires
A reception was held Wednesday for Jim Allison on the occasion of his retirement as president and CEO of Shelbyville-based Duck River Electric Membership Corp., a member-owned, multi-county electric cooperative.
Summer reading program
Argie Cooper Public Library's summer reading program, featuring "Dinosaurs Love Underpants and Other Silly Stories" by the South of Broadway Players.
MTSNC open house
Middle Tennessee Spay & Neuter Clinic open house from Monday, June 17.
Walt Wood honored at retirement ceremony
Retiring Shelbyville-Bedford County Chamber of Commerce CEO Walt Wood was honored at a ceremony Tuesday, June 18, 2013. Members of the community honored his service.
Not always quiet at the library
Things are really booming at the Argie Cooper Public Library -- literally and figuratively -- as the summer reading program is well under way on Wednesdays at the library.
Last week approximately 500 children from School Aged Childcare Program...
A poetic delight
Members of the Shelbyville Woman's Club welcomed Tennessee State Poet Laureate Maggi Vaughn to their monthly meeting, held June 12 at the Riverbend Country Club. Vaughn, of Bell Buckle, shared several of her poems with the ladies, inducing an hour...
Some of the scenes, including an unexpected press tent performance by Jack Johnson, at Bonnaroo 2013.
Deason fire June 14
Fire struck Friday at Smith Equipment in Deason. See the story at http://www.t-g.com/story/1978149.html
Shelbyville Sharks vs. CATS 6/13/13
The Shelbyville Sharks hosted the CATS Swim Club on Thursday afternoon, but fell by a final team score of 336-266.
Farm Bureau coffee
The ladies of the Farm Bureau hosted their annual Chamber coffee June 11 in honor of Dairy Month. Patrons enjoyed a variety of delicious, homemade treats. See recipes at http://www.t-g.com/story/1977742.html
B-17 Bomber replica on display this weekend
The Memphis Belle, a restored B-17 "flying fortress" bomber will be on display June 15 and 16 at the Smy. For more information on flight tours see http://libertyfoundation.org. See the story at http://www.t-g.com/story/1977773.html
Storm damage June 10, 2013
High winds struck a portion of northern Bedford County - from Highway 82 South just east of U.S. 231 to Bell Buckle-Wartrace Road - on Monday afternoon, June 10, 2013.
Fired Up and Fit 5K Part 2
Look for more Fired Up and Fit galleries later this week!
Wartrace MusicFest 2013
Music fans of all ages gathered for "boogie, blues and barbecue," as promoters promised, at the Wartrace Music Festival Saturday night. Rock, country and bluegrass rang out from the stage as children made their own fun. See story at...
Thomas students display invention
Thomas Magnet School students participated this week in Camp Invention. The kids spend a week inventing a device that would launch a rubber duck. They used recyclable items and unwanted electronics.
"The kids look like mad scientists tearing into...
Southside Elementary School photos
Photos from several different Southside Elementary School activities as submitted to the Times-Gazette.
Fired Up and Fit 5K
More Fired Up and Fit 5K photo galleries early next week.
Fired Up & Fit 5k-Water Slide
Look for more photos to come early next week!
Southside honors students
Since Southside Elementary School kindergarteners and fifth graders have their own graduation ceremonies, first through fourth graders had an honors day to recognize their hard work.
Resident appreciation day
Shelbyville Housing Authority held a resident appreciation day May 31, with food, fun and games.
Southside Kindergarten graduation
Southside Elementary School held graduation ceremonies for its kindergarten
Relay for Life Part 1
The Relay for Life, to benefit the Bedford County chapter of the American Cancer Society, began Friday night, May 1, 2013.
CCC observes National Nursing Home Week
Christian Care Center hosted several activities recently in honor of National Nursing Home week. Activities included an appreciation picnic luncheon, a football toss, soccer kickoff and volleyball games. A "tropical day" was also included in the...
Sorority shares tasty treats
Members of Beta Iota chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha held their "Taste and Tell" dinner at the new home of Shirley McGee with Margaret Hicks co-hosting.
The many dishes that were brought were delicious and pretty in appearance.
After sampling each...
Flat Creek Community Center
Blue Lonesome performed Saturday, May 4 at Flat Creek Community Center's potluck dinner. The crowd was kept entertained and fed, and a few younger members of the crowd discovered their own entertainment.
Teachers of the year and retirees
The Bedford County Board of Education and Superintendent Don Embry honored the 2013 teachers of the year and retiring teachers on Tuesday, May 21 during a ceremony at Shelbyville Central High School. Not all teachers who received recognition were...
CVS opens new store
CVS Pharmacy moved from its old location in Big Springs Shopping Center to a new free-standing store on North Main Street. A grand opening celebration was held Saturday at the new location.
Central graduation 2013
Shelbyville Central High School held its graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 18 at Calsonic Arena.
A garden grows at Liberty
Eighth graders at Liberty School have designed a stepping stone garden. See the story at http://www.t-g.com/story/1970157.html
The Little Mermaid
Cascade Elementary School's Drama Club will be presenting "The Little Mermaid" play at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19. Donations will accepted.
80 years of power and flood control
On May 18, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the bill creating the Tennessee Valley Authority. The following March, Tupelo, Miss., became the first city to get electric power from TVA.
Over the past 80 years, TVA has been involved in power...
TTCS honors grads, perfect attendance
Graduates and those earning perfect attendance awards from Tennessee Technology Center at Shelbyville.
Fish Fry 2013
Fish Fry 2013
Symphony At The Celebration
The Nashville Symphony made its annual visit to Shelbyville on Tuesday night, with Albert-George Schram at the baton and the Community High School band as special guests. An "instrument petting zoo" an an arts show were among the evening's special...
The Horsepower Unlimited! car, truck and bike show was Saturday at Celebration Grounds Pavilion. Celebration City Region Car Club Inc. was the organizer. A number of original and modified classes were featured.
Environmental Awareness Week
The annual Environmental Awareness Week, coordinated by Bedford County Solid Waste Authority and involving presenters from Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the University of Tennessee Extension, National Resources Conservation Service, Tennessee...
Kids at play
With the end of the school year at hand, first and second grade classes from Community Elementary School were treated to lunch and then unleashed upon Celebration Station at H.V. Griffin Park on Wednesday. Much screaming, running and play followed.
Community High School awards
See full list of awards at http://www.t-g.com/story/1966598.html
National Day of Prayer 2013
See story at http://www.t-g.com/story/1965789.html