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Tourists are enthusiastically back on the road after a long lull for Covid. And just like before Covid shut down much of the country Civil War sites are still popular places to visit. Twenty … more
The Shelby Chapter of DAR hosted Bedford County Schools Superintendent Tammy Garrett at their regular monthly meeting. Garrett gave the group an update on the school system as well as any impact … more
The Bedford County Standing Committees met in their regular meetings Tuesday to discuss a variety of topics.  The issue of what to do with juvenile detention was a talking point and brought … more
An Army veteran from Shelbyville and his family received a mortgage-free home in a ceremony Wednesday. Sgt. Xanthin Luptak received the gift as a donation from U.S. Bank through its Housing … more
At least one person was pinned in the vehicle at left after it collided with a travel trailer being pulled by a truck Sunday afternoon on Highway 231 North at the Highway 82 intersection. The … more
A Shelbyville resident is finally getting a home of her own. Truly Cole received her Habitat for Humanity home last Friday and will be closing on the Oak Street house this week.  As one who … more
SHELBYVILLE – Vanderbilt University Medical Center has recognized four of its health care providers and three of its facilities in and around Bedford County for earning top scores in patient … more
Local and longtime Shelbyville resident Christine Craighead turned 100 on March 9 and was given a big congratulations by both the City of Shelbyville and by friends and family. A party was … more
The joint city and county Homeless Task Force met Tuesday to start establishing a plan for deterring violent offenders from public areas and providing resources for both victims and the homeless. … more
Representatives for UT Southern’s Rural Leaders program met at the Bedford County Courthouse Friday morning to hear updates on workforce development from Shelbyville Bedford Partnership’s … more
Samaritan’s Feet representative Alicia Morrow met with the teachers at Southside Elementary Friday to present the plan to distribute free tennis shoes to all students at the elementary … more
Shelbyville City Council voted unanimously at Thursday night’s March meeting to return the city property tax rate to $1.36 per $100 of assessed value. City Attorney Ginger Shofner reminded … more
A suspect being transported from the Davidson County Jail to Shelbyville wasn’t able to sneak drugs into Bedford County on Wednesday, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office incident report … more
The Wartrace Water crew found, fixed, and repaired all known leaks on their water system Wednesday. The flow and connections were still being monitored to ensure no other leaks surfaced, according to … more
An introductory meeting was held to hear public input on the Bedford County Zoning Department’s 20-year Comprehensive Plan.  According to Melissa Peagler from Volkert Inc., who led … more
If a new sign is constructed at the entrance of Shoma Park subdivision, it won’t be at the City of Shelbyville’s expense. The request for consideration of the city footing the bill … more
Wartrace residents faced another water main break toward Phillipi Road and Horse Mountain Road over the weekend. Many residents were without water for three days and counting at T-G press … more
A new sign is going up at the entrance to Shoma Park subdivision in northeastern Shelbyville, but some city officials are concerned about setting a precedent. “Does that mean that any … more
Members from the Duck River Watershed Education Committee delivered reading material to third and fourth graders to help them learn more about conserving the Duck River.  Fourth graders … more
Det. Sgt. Sam Jacobs, right, receives a proclamation from Mayor Randy Carroll honoring his 21-year career in law enforcement, all served with the Shelbyville Police Department. Jacobs, who … more
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