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While preserving County papers found in old Woodruff file cabinets at the Courthouse, Bedford County archivist Carol Roberts came across the estate of Albert William Ray. more
More than $6,000 worth of tools were stolen from the trunk of a vehicle at a King Avenue home overnight Wednesday, Shelbyville police were told. more
Standing next to a gingham cook’s apron, Fay Womble says it reminds her of her mother, the late Mary Clift.  While maybe a lot of women don’t wear them anymore, she stocked one in her new store. In fact, much of this North Main Marketplace vendor’s wares remind her of her mother.    more
Nancy Phillips says she’s just a “country girl.” But to the folks of Bell Buckle, she’s much more; she’s their matriarch.  So last week, when she suffered what’s the closest thing to a heart attack without being one, the whole Bell Buckle community and even strangers reached out to “Mama” Phillips with support and prayer.   more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St.  THURSDAY  Bell Buckle planning  Bell Buckle … more
A driver who allegedly possessed methamphetamine initially denied it was hers during a traffic stop Tuesday morning, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office said. more
Some of the oldest schools in Bedford County are the elementary schools, and they require the most work, according to superintendent Dr. Tammy Garrett.   more
Despite this new jail facility, Bedford County Sheriff Austin Swing says they are having a corrections officer and deputy staff shortage.  "...I don’t remember us having the kind of turnover we have today with corrections officers." more
Armed with a knife, on Jan. 15, 2019, 54-year-old Leslie Lamont Coleman walked into the Circle K convenience store on Madison Street in Shelbyville, intending to steal cash and merchandise. more
New stop signs, still covered in black plastic, stand at the corners of the Shelbyville square as the old traffic lights still work — for now. more
Zach Smith didn’t just recently enter into the cookie making business to make some extra money; he’s really making memories with his tiny daughters, Oaklyn, 3, and Emersyn, 3 months, who of course are his best customers, for life.   more
When the Calsonic Arena was constructed over 30 years ago, one of the first performances shown was the Lone Star Rodeo.  They’ll be performing again in their 73rd year as a family owned and operated rodeo show on February 4 and 5.   more
Juan Antonio Lopez Juarez will spend the next 27 years behind bars for the murder of Juan Gutierrez at a trailer home on Lower Halls Mill Road on Oct. 11, 2020.   more
A resident of an Elizabeth Street apartment died when fire broke out in his small apartment Wednesday night. Scotty Haynes, who police said was “around 51” years of age, was dead when firefighters pulled him from the home around 7 p.m., Shelbyville police said. more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St.   TODAY   Wild game BBQ Grace Outdoors, a … more
Learning Way Elementary opened back up Monday after shifting to virtual learning from January 19-21 due to many students and staff quarantined or in isolation with COVID. more
The small town of Bell Buckle is a busy place. So much so, town officials have been working on “traffic calming” in an effort to slow drivers down. Speed limits on residential streets are being lowered to 15 MPH. more
Cascade Elementary made it a clean sweep on Saturday, wrapping up the inaugural Bedford County Elementary School league. Both teams were presented with trophy and posed after their championship games over the weekend. more
Tennessee drivers will receive newly designed license plates this year. They will be available online, by mail, and in-person as residents complete their annual motor vehicle registration renewals. more
A Bedford County firefighter sprays the remains of the Robert Trollinger home on Noblitt Road south of Flat Creek. The home was “on the ground” when fire trucks arrived following a call from a passerby shortly after noon Saturday. more
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