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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
Homeless people have become more visible in the past few days around Shelbyville. Saturday’s T-G will have more in a continuing series of stories about the situation. more
Shelbyville Parks and Recreation officials said it was beautiful weather for the Ed Carson Memorial Fishing Day, which was held last Saturday at Coy Gaither Bedford Lake.   Kayak winner was … more
"The Jungle Book,” a children’s summer play directed by Shelbyville’s own Sherri Frame, will be presented at the Fly Cultural Arts Center Thursday through Saturday at 7 each … more
The Shelbyville Woman’s Club hosted Laura Monks, president of Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville, at their monthly luncheon. Monks spoke about the different programs offered … more
The T-G recently received a nice “Letter to the Editor,” which greatly complimented the hospitality of Bedford County.   So we jumped right in to find out a little more about … more
Long-time Shelbyville resident and County Commissioner Ed Castleman said he didn’t expect to grow another garden this year. But after “piddling around,” he now has several rows … more
U.S. Army Veteran Dave Rogers says Memorial Day is often a tough sell for him, especially when the word, “HAPPY,” gets attached to its promotion. He explains how the observance of … more
United Way of Bedford County receives part of its funding each year from a crawfish boil. This year’s event was held Friday at Blue Ribbon Circle.  more
Shelbyville Woman’s Club met May 11 at River Bend Country Club. Incoming president for the year, Miriam Pietkiewicz, announced the club has 38 new members.   Guest speaker was author, … more
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