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During its regular monthly meeting Thursday night, Shelbyville City Council voted 5 to 1 to place a contract on the table with recent applicant Gregory Scott Collins for the open position of City … more
The current Bedford County Commission met for the last time Tuesday night. A slate of newly elected Commissioners will be sworn in later this month.Awards presentedA short presentation was given to … more
After the Aug. 4 County General Election, the new Bedford County Commission will be made up of 11 independents and 7 Republicans.Of those 18 commissioners, seven are new to the commission for this … more
A former Shelbyville Central High athlete turned soldier is back home after concluding a long career in law enforcement. James Lanier just moved into a new Shelbyville home after retiring from the … more
More than 3 inches of rain fell in a short time over northern Shelbyville on Sunday afternoon, leaving roads flooded and homes surrounded by water deeper than anyone had seen in memory, if … more
The total number of registered voters in Bedford County is 28,087. But only 4,332 voters turned out for the last general election, according to the post election summary report. There were 1,997 … more
The Union Ridge waterline extension project in Wartrace is underway. Contractors, developers, and several local officials met Wednesday to discuss the next steps to take. Many Union Ridge … more
The design for Shelbyville’s new Tennessee College of Applied Technology facility was approved last July by the State Building Commission. According to TCAT-S President Laura Monks, this … more
“Mr. Rich has exhibited little or no regard for human life,” Senior Trial Judge Thomas J. Wright said during the sentencing hearing of 25-year-old Samuel Earl Rich on Thursday. more
August 4 County General and State Primary results more
Saturday, Aug. 6, marks the 116th anniversary of the Wartrace Horse Show. There are over 30 classes this year. The event, sponsored by Civic Enterprises of Wartrace, begins at 6 p.m., at Jernigan … more
Want a dog? Shelbyville Animal Care and Control can help. As of last week the facility had 23 dogs available for adoption — an unusually high number, said Shelbyville Animal Control … more
According to Bedford County Administrator of Elections Summer Leverette, the early voting turnout for Thursday’s General Election is lower than past August elections. Early voting ended last … more
Local schools started back on Monday and several kids had brand new backpacks, thanks to a traditional backpack give-a-way, held Friday at H.V. Griffin Park. It was the 18th annual Back to School … more
Bedford County Commission’s Financial Management Committee met Tuesday to review monthly reports as well as adopt an amendment to the budget that implements the new County pay scale model. … more
From humble beginnings in the basement at First United Methodist Church on the square to a new donated, building on South Cannon Boulevard, Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen has come a long way. But … more
The state finally revealed the name of the industry, referred to as Project Cardinal, that will go into the 231 North Industrial Park. Officials announced Wednesday that Duksan Electera America, … more
Julie Smith says she’s always been a cowgirl at heart. She and Daniel Calahan took in every aspect they could think of at last week’s Bedford County Fair. See a story about Julie’s … more
During a recent special called meeting, Shelbyville City Council passed the municipal property tax levy for the coming fiscal year, which reflects no change over last year at 1.59 (per $100 assessed … more
Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham gave a presentation Tuesday evening to explain the new pay scale correction for county employees. Graham gave the talk to justify the recent property tax rate … more
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