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Collecting is in Jon English’s blood and he still makes buying trips around the country and also purchases items brought to his tables at card and memorabilia shows.   “In 1985 I … more
Christmas trees, garlands, indoor/outdoor lighting, stockings, Santa hats, festive decor and other yuletide items will be sold at bargain prices during Goodwill’s Christmas in July event on … more
There’s something satisfying about making diamonds in a lawn, according to Lance Paschal of Precision Landscaping.   He’s been landscaping and mowing with his family since the … more
When Beth Nicolay opened up the Halls Mill Market, she opened it with the expectation that it would once again become a gathering place for the community. After the market’s grand opening on … more
Tuesday, June 7, marked insurance company State Farm’s 100th year of business. Most people are familiar with State Farm’s saying of “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is … more
Walk into local State Farm agent Ralph Allen’s office on Lane Street and you’ll see two signed footballs—one by Eli Manning and one by Payton Manning.    They were … more
This Sunday, April 17, marks another Easter Sunday—a holiday that the late Lynne Downs Moore (Winkler) enjoyed.   Lynne loved to celebrate all that’s beautiful with others so much … more
Andy and Susan Haynes, owners and operators of Haynes Service Company, LLC, recently celebrated 25 years in business. They said upon the occasion of the silver anniversary that they’re proud to … more
Haynes Service Co. is no doubt a family-operated business. The couple’s 3 children are highly involved as part of the operation at this time.   Their oldest, Zach, is in charge of new … more
Matt and Jessica Waid, along with in-laws Dwayne and Donna Waid, started their food truck, Farm to Fork, last September. And they’ve hit the ground running ever since.   The Waids own … more
Shelia LeDere, owner of Old Petticoat Trading Co., along with seven vendors, has opened a western-themed bazaar, featuring old country stores, artisan products, and even a small chapel and saloon.   more
The Capri Theatre will be yet another project on the Shelbyville Square in the next couple of months under its new ownership.  more
 Motlow Community College wrapped women’s history month Tuesday by hosting Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey's Master Distiller Blender Victoria Eady Butler.  more
The “Best of Bedford” awards were presented last week during Shelbyville Bedford County Chamber of Commerce’s awards banquet at the Fly Cultural Arts Center.   more
Easter is around the corner and the Ole Grapevine Antiques store is a one stop center for spring table decor, interesting works and forms of art and more. There are other items like hats, baskets and of course, bunnies in all shapes, forms and fashions.   more
Dotdash Meredith's FOOD & WINE named its 2022 Drinks Innovators of the Year, recognizing eight people who are making positive changes in the drinks industry. Among those listed were Fawn Weaver and Victoria Eady Butler of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey. more
Henry Hallum, age 6, said recently, “I like being able to pick out toys that I know other kids will like playing with. I also like selling things with my mama.” Henry is the entrepreneur of Henry’s Fun Play Shop, located at 766 North Main Marketplace. more
As a busy, single mom of Henry, age 6, Katie Hallum likes the flexibility she has as a merchant/ booth owner at North Main Marketplace (former Carolyn’s dress shop) at 766 N. Main St. more
Sam and Jennifer Trott watched Tuesday as the pieces of their sawmill — an operation which has sustained their family’s livelihood for 39 years — were loaded onto a truck and hauled down Card Road for the last time. They’re sharing, though, more sighs of relief than tears. more
When it comes to “financial planning,” Dennis and Andrea Lovvorn have a lot of years of experience to share. Still, they have no immediate plans to retire from ownership of New Covenant Christian Bookstore and perhaps, never will.   more
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