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Johnny Reed's on a mission to help others through his tragedy. more
Original painting by Clover Honey of Unionville. more
Dedication. Discipline. Desire. Devotion. These four “Ds” sum up Gracie Hensley and her quest to someday be part of the U.S. Olympic skeet shooting team. In June she finished at … more
There’s been an initiative in Normandy to unite the three prominent churches in town: First Baptist Church, Normandy Presbyterian Church, and the Normandy United Methodist Church. As many … more
Growing up in Plain View Texas and living as a pastor’s wife for 36 years throughout the Midwest and South, Nellie Smith did not imagine that God would ever lead her to Shelbyville. But He has, … more
This fall, 15 students from across the state will bring their talents to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as the newest class of Haslam Leadership Scholars. With passions for business, … more
The 1973 graduating class of “Cascade High School” – that is, the first - held their 50-year class reunion on Saturday, June 10, at the Bell Buckle Banquet Hall.  This … more
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – If you are a baseball fan and you have never been here to the National Baseball Hall of Fame then you need to go soon and cross the journey off of your bucket list. … more
Moral Reconation Therapy is a 16-step program designed to help inmates have a new lease on life. Used nationwide, the program was implemented at the Bedford County Jail last year, and since then, it … more
This is Buck. He is aged 1.5 years old. He has been with the Bedford County Animal Control Shelter for 65 days. He is a gentle giant! He walks great on a leash. He does not make messes in his kennel. … more
Top row, Cheyenne Tittle and Madison Warren. Second row, far right, Breanna Calendar and Natalie Taylor. Far left, Courtney Warren, Miya Lemmon, and Jonah Price. Bottom row, Joseph Clark, Jay … more
The Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library is proud to present our Summer Reading 2023 program, All Together Now! For the first time, the library will be offering an adult Summer Reading … more
No one really knows where life is going to lead them. Pam Birtcil, for instance, didn’t plan a career with a non-profit organization. During her days working in Atlanta, Georgia, she was … more
If you’re looking for the right gift that has a bit of — let’s say — pizazz to it, then Random Goods General Store on Union Street has you covered. They have just about … more
Zach Mckamey, though only 20, runs a full-time landscaping business, Mckamey’s Lawncare. And with spring — and soon summer — in full swing, he’s hard at working mowing, … more
Several months ago, the Bedford County Archives received a call from Belgium. The request was to help find relatives of a Tennessee soldier who was killed in action during World War II and buried in … more
Miriam Carrick likes to help out in her own way — by knitting caps for patients at Sarah Cannon Cancer Center. With her talent, she said she’s knitted 2,541 caps (most of which take … more
After a three-year hiatus, the Bedford County Historical Society resumed its customary meeting schedule with its spring quarter meeting on March 20, in the Fellowship Hall of the First United … more
The Bedford County Imagination Library hosted a “Sponsor Appreciation Reception” for their Friends of Dolly Campaign on Tuesday at the Public Library. Guests enjoyed light … more
Tracey Strassner, along with business partner Jennifer Meyer, opened up Flat Creek’s Sunchaser Market, 2301 TN 82 South, four years ago with the intention to “serve food, fun, and our … more
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