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COVID-19 updates

While it would be great to say that Bedford County is past it all, and let’s just get on with Christmas, stats show it’s still out there.   Latest COVID-19 data from Tennessee …

County looks closely at PUD regulations

The Bedford County Planning Commission met in a study session Monday night to discuss possibly putting a six-month moratorium on all subdivisions and planned unit development applications. This is …

City asked to waive building fees for new school

Bedford County officials are asking the City of Shelbyville to waive all building fees connected with the new Cartwright Elementary School, City Council members were told at a study session Tuesday …

What lies beneath: Native artifacts found

Local resident Jacob Silva likes to hunt for rocks. But they’re not just any rocks found in the ground.   Along Flat Creek and in parts of the area near H.V. Griffin Park in …

Drugs found during traffic stop

Marijuana and “two crystal-like rocks” were found in a vehicle Monday after its driver was stopped for allegedly swerving across the center line of U.S. 41A North several times, …

Community calendar, Dec. 2

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Lady Champs can't fight back after sluggish 1st

BELL BUCKLE — A sluggish first quarter on Monday night against visiting Watertown ultimately put Cascade in a hole the Lady Champs couldn’t crawl out of in a 62-42 loss to the Lady Purple …
STREAK CONTINUES
BELL BUCKLE — Even just six games into the season, it’s becoming almost a broken record of what to expect from the Cascade Champions—quality scoring from the senior starters, lock …
Viqueens down Eagleville with textbook 4th
UNIONVILLE — With the game tied going into the fourth quarter, the Community Viqueens connected on the first basket of the quarter to take the lead and preserved their advantage by controlling …
Vikings fall in heartbreaker to Eagles
UNIONVILLE — It had been a tough start to the season as the Community Vikings had dropped three of their games by two points or less heading into Friday night's game with the Eagleville …
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Christmas Parade lights up Shelbyville

From colorful floats to people handing out candy— lots and lots of candy, more than in pastyears — to riders on horses, mules, and motorcycles, mixed with the smiles of crowds of …
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Baseball

It seems like everyone wants to be a part of Nashville.   As a baseball fan, I am hopeful Major League Baseball will make speculation a reality and name Nashville as one of two new venues in …

Skies full of majesty

Several years back, I walked in the front door as I returned home one evening, and I told my three granddaughters and their friend that there was a full moon that night. They all ran out onto the …