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The red maples at Maple Crest Farm are living up to their name this year with a fiery display. more
Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen volunteers believe they’re meeting a new generation of “homeless” citizens during their each Tuesday food ministry program. They say a large majority of the people they’re meeting now are not your stereotypical homeless. There are people here who are making their home in various dark and unoccupied areas within the city limits and within the outskirts of town... more
A nationwide push to relax drug laws took a significant step forward Tuesday as five more states legalized marijuana for adults and voters made Oregon the first state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of street drugs such as cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine... more
The Cascade FFA is applying the FFA Motto: “Learning To Do, Doing To Learn, Earning To Live, Living To Serve.” Even in these trying times, the FFA members understand that the animal shelters must continue to serve and protect the animals in their care. The leadership team planned, coordinated, and conducted the annual feed drive that was held on Oct. 17... more
A trespasser allegedly pointed a BB gun at a man who had been sleeping inside Supreme Auto Sales, Madison Street, early Tuesday. The victim told police he heard a “banging” noise outside around 2:45 a.m., responded by hitting a door, looked outside and saw a man pointing a gun at him... more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican Bill Hagerty has won the U.S. Senate seat in Tennessee being vacated by retiring Sen. Lamar Alexander. The former U.S. ambassador to Japan under President Donald Trump rode the president’s endorsement to a win against Democrat Marquita Bradshaw... more
While the world awaits the final outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election, Bedford County voters made their choice overwhelmingly clear. Republican President Donald Trump received 14,317 votes … more
Voters in Tennessee made their pick for president while holding mixed views about the country's direction, according to an expansive AP survey of the American electorate. The race between President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden concluded Tuesday as the nation remains in the throes of a global public health crisis and mired in the economic downturn it brought on. ... more
Due to illness within the clerk department, Shelbyville City Hall will be closed until Monday, Nov. 9. Other City personnel working, such as recorder and treasurer, are not allowed to collect public dollars. more
Well, this is big news for our grain farmers. The federal court and EPA pulled one of the most effective weed control measures from the industry and this affected soybean producers who have to combat weeds in their crops. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced that EPA is approving new five-year registrations for two dicamba products and extending the registration of an additional dicamba product. ... more
Officers are looking for a man who allegedly attacked his girlfriend at a home on U.S. 41A North. Kenneth Wayne Currier allegedly punched the woman in the face and head, pulled her from her bed, took her phone and prevented her from leaving early Thursday, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said... more
A Shelbyville man is charged with aggravated assault after allegedly stabbing another man in the groin during an argument Saturday night. Frankie Lee Wilhoite, 40, of East Depot Street is being held at Bedford County Jail on $40,000 bond, police said... more
Tax collections are up this fall in Bedford County, the county commission’s financial management committee was told last week. Sales tax collections are up $427,000 and property tax collections $255,000 over this time last year Finance Director Robert Daniel said... more
The first sounds you heard Sunday as the Highway 41 Toy Convoy & Show rolled into Wartrace was the high lonesome wail of a firetruck siren followed by the low rumble of dozens of motorcycles. The first vehicle to come into view was a motorhome fitted out for Operation 22 to Zero, an organization dedicated to curbing the high rate of suicides of military members both active and veterans. ... more
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