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At the 74th Annual Chamber Luncheon, guest speaker Keith Weaver, co-founder and board member of Uncle Nearest Whiskey, talked about updates on their “fastest growing” independent spirit company. more
First Community Mortgage has been named the winner of Better Business Bureau’s (middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky) highest honor: The Torch Awards for Ethics.   more
As she fills a customer’s box full of multi-colored ribbons, Heather Beard admits there’s never a dull moment within the trophy and awards business.   more
Eric Sewell and Dani Beck are owners and the only employees at The Bellamy Café in Wartrace. Their July opening held little fanfare. You see, neither have prior experience in food industry, but are committed to building a dream. more
NORMANDY — Charles Williams worked for 40 years in the petroleum industry and after retiring in 2015 he took up cattle ranching in Middle Tennessee. Williams’ goal in his second career: “We want you to have the best beef money can buy,” he said.   more
Ray Ray’s Smokehouse was among several local barbecue teams helping out local fireman Aldo Gonzalez through a recent Christmas Eve fundraiser.   more
Community Tennessee Rehabilitation Centers (CTRC) is transforming its services to be community based and provide a larger variety of services for both internal and external customers.   more
The Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. is almost hidden in Cascade Hollow on highway 269 just outside Normandy in Tullahoma. more
Owner, exhibitor and trainer Gardner and assistant, Victoria Kalosis, were doubly blessed with Dickie being named Walking Horse Trainers’ Association’s “Trainer of the Year” and Victoria as “Assistant Trainer of the Year.”   more
During the 100th annual meeting of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, Bedford County Farm Bureau was recognized for its accomplishments and success from the past year.   more
 “First of all, I have no fear. I’m a visionary, if I might say so,” LeDere said. “Don’t be afraid to be passionate because fear kills creativity.”  more
Growing up, sisters Anita Wade and Marie Pope knew two types of sandwiches: ham and bologna.   more
Russ Faxon and Catrin Westh have fun together―even if they’re just going to the junkyard or to the hardware store. more
FSS was purchased by Arosa Care in June and has since relocated to 768 North Main St., at Merchant’s Walk.   more
Nashville, Tenn.–Spectrum announced Thursday that the Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee has received a $30,000 Spectrum Digital Education grant for their Digital Connect Program. more
Recent attenders of the Shelbyville Christmas Parade may have noticed some drone presence. Times-Gazette readers may also notice some drone photography in the recent Bedford Life. more
“To everything there is a season . . . .” Ecclesiastes 3:1. The above scripture is the favorite of business partners and sisters Anita Wade and Marie Pope. more
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has recognized three of its healthcare providers and two of its facilities in and around Shelbyville for extremely high patient satisfaction. more
Dixie Warrick, owner of Dixie Doodle Candles and Décor in Unionville, is the epitome of why “shopping small” is gaining popularity.   more
For many, Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season for major retailers. But Small Business Appreciation Saturday shines a spotlight on the local mom-and-pop shops. more
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