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The following were charged by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol, or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; … more
It took a lot of green to buy a green tractor, almost a record amount of cash. William "Billy" Hopkins was a popular and well-known person in Marshall County, so Emily and Woody Woodruff of … more
This is the third and last installment in a series on the Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership. A rising tide raises all boats. It is a statement that has earned its cliché status, but it … more
The Community Clinic of Shelbyville and Bedford County will be receiving $100,000 from state funding to support their medical services. This is part of State Senator Shane Reeves securing nearly … more
As one of the few small-town primary care physicians left in Shelbyville, Dr. Charles Stimpson is officially retiring this week. Though, he’ll still be around to help for a while. Through … more
Arturo Nmn Adame-Catalan, 23, Rabbit Branch Rd.; driver to exercise due care, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, no bond. Richard Patrick Bennett, 35, Coop Rd., Bell Buckle, … more
JUNE 1 SCHRA meeting The South Central Human Resource Agency Governing Board will meet on Thursday, June 1, at 11 a.m. at SCHRA Central Office, 1437 Winchester Hwy., Fayetteville. The SCHRA … more
Shelbyville – The Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association (WIMA) awarded Henry Hulan, a long-standing leader at Musgrave Pencil Company, a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his … more
The Bedford County Finance Committee presented a rough draft of a balanced budget for the fiscal year 2023-24 that would require no new tax increase for the county. This budget will be sent to … more
A town hall was hosted for District 4 residents at Liberty School by commissioners Anita Epperson and Diane Neeley. Those in attendance, many of whom were Liberty School teachers, expressed … more
The Superintendent of Bedford County Schools, Tammy Garrett, announced the resignation of Shelbyville Central High School Principal Michael Hickman. Garrett met with the SCHS faculty and staff … more
Multiple agencies assisted the Bedford County Fire Department at the Forest Shadows Farm located at 1145 Hwy 64 West, Tuesday afternoon when a fire broke out.  more
The Bedford County Animal Control is at full capacity. They have a total of 35 dogs at their shelter, and officers out in the field are picking up more everyday. This is due to high call volumes … more
Memorial Day weekend is only a few days away and that means it’s time for the 53rd Annual Spring Fun Show. A schedule of 69 classes is planned for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in … more
On May 18, the Shelbyville Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation began investigating the suspicious death of Julie Smotherman. Smotherman’s body was then located in … more
The second part of a series on the Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership. “Being selective is self-protective.” That quote is from Dr. David Posen, an expert on how to manage stress, … more
Well, he’s back once again in the Shelbyville Times-Gazette newsroom. With his long Nashville-based sports writing and sports media relations career, the Shelbyville native requires little … more
To put it in the words of Chuck Baker, co-owner of the Halls Mill Market in Unionville, why is it immoral to sell beer in the county but not in the city? Those sitting on the Bedford County … more
NASHVILLE – State Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) secured nearly $40 million in state funding to support initiatives in Senate District 14. The appropriated funds are part … more
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