Backpacks and Back to SchoolIt was the 17th annual Back to School Bash and Backpack Giveaway on Friday presented by the Johnson Housing Foundation in partnership with the Center for Family Development and with fundings by the...
Excitement builds for 115th Wartrace Horse ShowThe 115th Wartrace Horse Show will take place 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at Jernigan Field. Often a key warmup competition for horses hoping to do well in the Tennessee Walking Horse National...
- Garrett gives state of schools address (7/31/21)
- Jail intake (7/31/21)
- Pop-up thunderstorms on way for weekend (7/31/21)
- Snail Shell Cave explored by MTSU students (7/31/21)
- Motlow keeping college affordable (7/31/21)
- Two survive plane crash (7/29/21)
- Driver unhurt when truck tips over (7/29/21)
- High-end auto campus gains initial approval (7/29/21)
- Virtual school registration open (7/29/21)
- Wartrace tips off historic gym renovation (7/29/21)
- Champs seek success through summer workoutsTwo points separated the Cascade Champions boy’s basketball program from their first appearance in the illustrious “Glass House” and TSSAA State Tournament last season. After a summer of practicing and training through a pandemic, the Champions suffered defeat in a sub-state game against the eventual state champions, Clay County...
- Feet take 2nd in season opener (7/29/21)
- Webb hosts first 7-on-7 in school history (7/24/21)
- LIL' TIGERS WIN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP (7/24/21)
- Five bold predictions for college football in ‘21 (7/22/21)
- U.S. still favorites in soccer (7/22/21)
- Shelbyville Central announces new basketball coaches (7/20/21)
- Blue Raider Blitz comes to Shelbyville (7/20/21)
- Carter: 'Tide won't win SEC (7/20/21)
Sneaky snakes (7/31/21)Actor Nicolas Cage has been quoted as saying, “Every great story seems to begin with a snake.” If that is true, then this column is definitely going to be a great read. She appeared very flustered...
Victory in Jesus (7/31/21)Eugene M. Bartlett, Sr. wrote one of my all-time favorite gospel songs back in 1939. It’s a hymn that I always say I want sung at my funeral. That song is “Victory in Jesus.” In three verses and a...
Have you visited a presidential home lately? (7/31/21)While in Santa Claus, Indiana to cool off at Holiday World, the Tyree family took a side trip to tour the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in nearby Lincoln City. “But I thought Abraham Lincoln was...
Shop local (7/31/21)The sales tax weekend is upon us, but it is still beneficial for residents to support local merchants. The year 2020 was a difficult one for businesses and this might just be a good time for all to...
Teen's annual mission (7/31/21)Nate Simmons was busy recently playing music for passers-by on the historic public square. Nate’s mission each summer is to collect funds for local teachers to use in their classrooms. One reader was...
Local faces, experiencing new places (7/31/21)I want to share some exciting trips taken recently by our readers. One of these explores the beauty of the sea while the other is a family reunion to the Midwest planned out of love. On July 16-18,...
Anniversary no. 60 (7/10/21)James Donald and Faye Hester of Shelbyville were honored on June 30 for their 60th wedding anniversary. The event was presented by their family. Faye said recently all those years include many, many...
Axel Paul Rogers (7/10/21)Tristan Rogers and Macey Dennis of Shelbyville announce the birth of a son, Axel Paul Rogers, on June 29 in Tullahoma. The baby weighed 8 lbs., 14.5 oz. Grandparents are Tim and Shonda Cunningham,...
Fayetteville ceremony unites local couple (7/3/21)Kelcie Marie Seibers of Shelbyville and Zebulin Travor Williams of Orlinda were united in marriage on the afternoon of May 23 at Sacred Stone in Fayetteville. Chaplain Jeff Strictland conducted the...
Peggy Lorraine Smith (7/30/21)Peggy Lorraine Smith, 59, of Shelbyville died Thursday, July 29, 2021, at her home. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at Doak Howell Funeral Home with Lance Bennett officiating. Burial...
Kelly Dyan Reed (7/30/21)Kelly Dyan Reed, 49, of Shelbyville died Wednesday, July 28, 2021, at The Waters of Shelbyville after an extended illness. Funeral arrangements pending from Doak-Howell Funeral Home.
Kerery Ralph Compton (7/29/21)Kerry Ralph Compton, 61, of Shelbyville died suddenly Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at Vanderbilt-Bedford Hospital. Per his request, his remains are to be cremated and no public services...
Lee 'Junebug' Jordan Jr. (7/28/21)Lee “Junebug” Jordan Jr., 76, of Fosterville died Tuesday, July 27, 2021. Arrangements pending from Feldhaus Memorial Chapel.
Frances Myra Arnold (7/28/21)Frances Myra Arnold, 92, of Madison, TN., died Sunday, July 25, 2021. Graveside Services with military rites will be held 2:00 P.M. Friday, July 30th, at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Visitation will...
Betty Jean Howell (7/28/21)Betty Jean Howell, 80, of Shelbyville died Monday, July 26, 2021. Funeral Services will be held 1:00 P.M. Monday, August 2nd, at Hillcrest Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Memorial...
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