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Freedom Sings USA, a 501(c) (3) non-profit based in Chattanooga, will benefit from this year’s American Mule & Bluegrass Festival, which will be held Sept. 27 through Oct. 2 at Calsonic … more
Debbie Adams said recently that her greatest childhood memories is that of her endless adventures to the public library with her father.   She is certain perusing those dusty books years ago … more
“Making your house your home” was the theme of this month’s Shelbyville Woman’s Club meeting. Presenting the program at River Bend Country Club was Tanya Coffey, designer and … more
Judge Wyatt Burk recently conducted the swearing in ceremony for county officials at the historic courthouse. Other government official photos were featured in Wednesday’sTimes-Gazette. more
She’s only 10, but Emma Keene is already serious about her writing. She recently completed a Christmas story titled, “I miss you Santa.”   Like a lot of kids her age, Emma … more
New and incumbent county officials were sworn in last Wednesday afternoon at Bedford County Courthouse, taking the oath of office to uphold their duties fairly and honestly. Circuit Court Judge Wyatt … more
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
Middle schoolers Charlie Pirtle and Noah Fletcher have already identified themselves to many in this community as young soldiers at heart. This summer, they’ve been on a mission to help K-5 … more
It is pretty well known that authors find Bedford County a place of inspiration. U.S. Army Veteran Dave Rogers has been inspired since moving here a little over a year ago from New York to write his … more
The Bedford County Arts Council hosted mixed media textile artist Julie Barrett Cataldo at their monthly potluck at the Fly Arts Center Monday.    Barrett Cataldo is the current … more
There’s certainly a lot of work and planning that goes into the Wartrace Horse Show at Jernigan Field each year.   What is tremendous is how much the community stands to benefit from … more
The 116th Wartrace Horse Show is one for the books. With great turnout and so-so weather, it was another magical night for spectators and exhibitors. Cascade School boosters were hard at work cooking … more
Well, they did it. Cascade Middle School students Charlie Pirtle and Noah Fletcher pulled off a great Back-to-School Bash last Saturday at Harris Middle, as reported by those in attendance. … more
There are some folks who really enjoy the county fair and then there are those whose life just wouldn’t be complete each summer without it. Julie Smith says she’s one of those—a die … more
Organic farming is a lot of handpicking, according to Jessica Waid of Big Oak Farm in Petersburg.   “It is more challenging, but we did a lot of research in 2017 when we started all … more
There are currently more than 2,100 Century Farms in Tennessee. Bedford County has 37 certified farms—those which have been owned and operated by the same families for 100 years or more, … more
From summer concerts to Petanque games, Bell Buckle Park on Peacock Street is a great tourist stop. Bell Buckle Park is proud to be an integral part of the Town of Bell Buckle’s Tree City … more
Shelbyville and Bedford County celebrated the 4th in a big way. Below are reader submissions. We thank everyone who submitted their favorite photos. See more in Saturday’s T-G. more
Stone Maddox may be tiny but he’s mighty. And his ball team, coaches, and brothers would agree.   Though only 9 years old, he’s the bat boy for the Community Middle School ball … more
Millions of dollars worth of expensive vehicles, mostly high-end sports cars, were displayed Saturday morning around the Shelbyville square by Tennessee Downs. The Nashville-based group has announced … more
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