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A huge cloud of black smoke from a house fire on Union Street was visible for miles across Bedford County late Wednesday afternoon. Everyone nearby escaped injury when flames erupted after a … more
For veteran Celebration goers, the annual Tennessee Walking Horse event is pretty routine. But for the trainers, every night is different as they are always hoping for the best and watching how their … more
The former pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Shelbyville entered into an agreement with prosecutors last week on a charge of sexual battery that will keep him out of jail, as long as he … more
With the annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration going on in Shelbyville, many Bedford County natives are reminded of the 84-year tradition while many new residents are experiencing what … more
The marijuana odor from a suspect’s car Friday was so strong a police officer in a vehicle behind was smelling it, a report said. Officer Tracy Teal stopped Makaia Latise Bowen, 20, of … more
Scott Collins was named Shelbyville’s new city manager at a special called meeting Thursday. Shelbyville City Council voted 6-0 in approval of Collins. His hiring was effective immediately … more
A Shelbyville man  was shot and killed in an incident at Davis Estates Apartments, Davis Lane, late Friday night. Rafael Mendoza, 43, a resident of the apartment complex, died of multiple … more
Bedford County Juvenile Court Director Nicole Cashion was given a retirement reception Tuesday to celebrate her 30+ year career. Juvenile Court has jurisdiction over all matters regarding … more
Bedford County Financial Management Committee met Tuesday to discuss new hirings and a resolution for the Trustee’s office to potentially hire a collection agency.   Human Resource … more
Sarah Thomas says for her, as an owner and exhibitor of Tennessee Walking Horses, the Celebration creates excitement like no other event.        It’s been her … more
Commissioner John Brown passed away last night.  The Mayor requested that flags on county buildings are lowered to half-mast in recognition of his passing.   more
A Blessing Box has been installed in Wartrace to address food insecurity for residents and visitors. Located next to the gazebo on Main Street – across from Town Hall – the box has … more
Forty dogs and two foxes were rescued from the home of Cailyn Nye on Rattlesnake Lodge Road on Thursday. With some emaciated and a lack of food and clean water, Nye, 28, was arrested for cruelty to … more
Cristalia Dawn Ford was sentenced in criminal court last Thursday to 25 years in prison. She betrayed her boyfriend, Artenchius “Art” Wainwright, which investigators said led to actions … more
Over 8,800 students and hundreds of teachers are about to shift gears in preparation for the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration break, which runs Monday Aug. 29 through Labor Day, Sept 5. … more
Bedford County Animal Control will be hosting a “Clear the Shelter” event on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. where all adoption fees will be waived for the day. Partnering … more
A Shelbyville man has been charged with second-degree murder in the February death of a Bedford County resident, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday. Michael Zambrano Baez, 21, of … more
In July, the Wartrace water system lost over 40 percent of their purchased water from Tullahoma due to pipe leaks, according to the utility reports. That’s down from June where they lost closer … more
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
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