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NASHVILLE — From the time he was five years old Rex Brothers always had a baseball and glove sitting on the kitchen table. Now he has a hall of fame plaque and a silver bat as a result of his … more
Bedford County Schools has applied for a $5 million grant to be given over the next three years to expand CTE (Career and technical education) classes. It’s a non-competitive grant that was … more
In April of 2022 Neyland Martin woke up with a cough that progressed rapidly into something worse. It’s turned this past year into a repeating nightmare.   Outside of taking … more
This year’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. luncheon, honoring the late civil rights leader, was held Monday at The Fly Arts Center. Elder Greg Wilhoite delivered a tribune to Dr. King and Sister … more
Baseball may be America's pastime, but there may be an even bigger following for football.  One of the biggest concerns with football in this day and age is the possible ramifications of … more
Ruslan Kushnir decided to get his life together three years ago. It involved not only finding God’s will for his life but also beginning a healthy lifestyle.  He recently opened … more
It is a rare occurrence when someone’s life is influenced positively by a television show. It is even more unusual when the person’s life is reflective of two TV shows.But such has been … more
The Big Creek Winery Tasting Room is hosting their grand opening today (Saturday) for their new location in historic downtown Wartrace.   The tasting room allows guests to taste and … more
Shelbyville’s Gilliland Historical Resource Center, which honors the memory of master stone mason James Gilliland and serves as a museum of the city’s Black history, held a Christmas open … more
The Flat Creek community reportedly had a great time hosting Santa at the community center last Saturday! But even the jolly guy in the red suit couldn’t knock the shine off what the community … more
From colorful floats to people handing out candy— lots and lots of candy, more than in pastyears — to riders on horses, mules, and motorcycles, mixed with the smiles of crowds of … more
It’s a rarity to see twins and even more a rarity to have two sets in one family. But so is the case for the Fann Family.   About 1.6 million twins are born each year worldwide and the … more
Amie Diprima was a middle school language arts teacher in Rome, Georgia with a side business, Amie J & Co, which she ran online beginning 11 years ago.  It began when she started making … more
A thankful and caring heart is leading a Shelbyville woman to make toboggans for cancer patients.   Misty Guinn is offering others a chance to contribute to the costs of shipping the finished … more
The Garden is a newly renovated Wartrace building and the home of the bakery Chabbi’s Sweets and Eats.   Located on the corner of East Main Street, it’s a cozy, green stucco … more
Capt. Robert Arnold, a 90-year-old veteran who has seen the world from the Persian Gulf to the North Pole, recently visited Shelbyville for the first time during the American Mule Festival, held at … more
Barking Pig BBQ is a competition/catering/ concession team located in the community of Flat Creek-southeast of Shelbyville.   Made up of firefighters, veterinarians, business professionals … more
Zayden is a normal, energetic and giggly 5-year-old who dresses up like Batman and wants to be a fireman.   But the Wartrace boy has a slight difference: he’s missing his right hand, … more
Nestled in the hills of Bell Buckle, the Maddox Family found their home in an 1853 antebellum house and a farm of 35 acres.   They have goats, chickens, bees, and a huge garden. And Eric … more
Brian Riddle of Shelbyville is a walking miracle.   In May 2021, the normally upbeat, outspoken, insurance agent walked into work feeling more fatigued than usual. His co-worker noticed. … more
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