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Greg and Trudy Heerdink of Longview have endured, in their words, “5 years of hell.” Greg bought his Longview Road property in 2012, expecting to build his retirement life in the … more
Bedford County School Superintendent Tammy Garrett recently announced the promotion of Becky Miller to principal at Southside Elementary. Miller’s first official day as principal will be … more
From croup to sensory processing disorder, local pediatrician, Dr. Danny Melson, has diagnosed it all. More over, he’s been a confidant and encourager for thousands of patients, moms and dads … more
An investigation by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Medicaid Fraud Control Division, along with other agencies, has resulted in the arrest of a Shelbyville man, charged with … more
An American Bald Eagle made a stop over at the Shelbyville Duck Pond on Fairfield Pike on Tuesday. more
The annual God and Country program will be held at Calvary Baptist Church on Lane Parkway on Saturday, Nov. 19, beginning at 11 a.m. more
An annexation request for a large area between Midland Road and Highway 231 just north of Shelbyville came to a screeching halt Thursday night. Developers had asked Shelbyville City Council to … more
A storage firm on Bethany Lane sustained heavy damage late Monday morning when fire broke out. People in the area said they heard what sounded like an explosion and smoke immediately began … more
On Thanksgiving, Dr. Sammy Sells won’t be on call, at least from the medical community. Retiring this month, he’s busy right now closing up his office at the Northside Professional … more
Newly elected Shelbyville Mayor Randy Carroll says he’s looking forward to taking office. Carroll earned 1,341 votes (44.76%) to Bryan Nerren’s 924 (30.84%) and Lizzie Peoples’ … more
The traveling Wreaths Across America mobile education exhibit made a stop Thursday on the Shelbyville square. Exhibits honoring America’s fallen soldiers were on display, and veterans visiting … more
Billy Norris Floyd was drafted as a young man into the U.S. Army in 1964. He would be counted for all time as one of the 2.7 million Americans estimated to have served this country during the Vietnam … more
Local organizers of the Veterans Day Parade note they're watching the weather and playing it by ear for Saturday. As of Friday morning, no rain date is set for the parade. more
Administration at Cascade High School (CHS) was made aware on the evening of Wednesday, November 8, of a loss of one of their seniors. School officials reported that details of the death are … more
Randy Carroll bested two opponents to be elected as the next Mayor of Shelbyville in Tuesday’s general election. Carroll earned 1,341 votes (44.76%) to Bryan Nerren’s 924 (30.84%) and … more
Developers proposing a large development consisting of 310 homes, fronted by a commercial strip, on Highway 231 North at Midland Road in northern Shelbyville are seeking permission to operate their … more
Mike Ruess said recently that he has two main goals: to help Vietnam veterans as well as encourage the teaching of U.S. History in schools. Originally from Michigan, Ruess was a U.S. History … more
The town of Wartrace residents are looking at a potentially tight race between two mayoral candidates. The mayoral race is the only one with some competition between candidates. Current Wartrace … more
Election candidates running for the mayoral and aldermen positions in Wartrace and Normandy have similar hopes to clean up the small cities and increase communication between the municipality and its … more
A 17-year-old girl from Guatemala smuggled into Shelbyville to serve as an alleged human trafficker’s “wife” is safe today. The suspect was captured by Shelbyville police Tuesday … more
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