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Amie Diprima was a middle school language arts teacher in Rome, Georgia with a side business, Amie J & Co, which she ran online beginning 11 years ago.  It began when she started making … more
A thankful and caring heart is leading a Shelbyville woman to make toboggans for cancer patients.   Misty Guinn is offering others a chance to contribute to the costs of shipping the finished … more
The Garden is a newly renovated Wartrace building and the home of the bakery Chabbi’s Sweets and Eats.   Located on the corner of East Main Street, it’s a cozy, green stucco … more
Capt. Robert Arnold, a 90-year-old veteran who has seen the world from the Persian Gulf to the North Pole, recently visited Shelbyville for the first time during the American Mule Festival, held at … more
Barking Pig BBQ is a competition/catering/ concession team located in the community of Flat Creek-southeast of Shelbyville.   Made up of firefighters, veterinarians, business professionals … more
Zayden is a normal, energetic and giggly 5-year-old who dresses up like Batman and wants to be a fireman.   But the Wartrace boy has a slight difference: he’s missing his right hand, … more
Nestled in the hills of Bell Buckle, the Maddox Family found their home in an 1853 antebellum house and a farm of 35 acres.   They have goats, chickens, bees, and a huge garden. And Eric … more
Brian Riddle of Shelbyville is a walking miracle.   In May 2021, the normally upbeat, outspoken, insurance agent walked into work feeling more fatigued than usual. His co-worker noticed. … more
It’s a mid-October tradition in Bell Buckle: Thousands crowd the streets for the Bell Buckle Arts and Crafts Fair, sparked by the fair-within-a-fair Webb School Arts and Crafts Fair. Saturday … more
Minnie Pearl was the first guest speaker of the Friends of Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library (SBCPL) luncheon on Oct. 6, 1987. Thirty-five years later, the community is still gathering and … more
For many of its residents, Halls Mill runs from the intersection of Highway 41A to the intersection of Highway 270 and everything in between that branches off.   There’s the Triangle … more
Often, a song can capture a life better than a long story. Local songwriter Don Goodman knows this well.  He helped to write the song “Mama’s Bible,” about local World War … more
The homecoming ceremony at Community High School is planned for Oct. 7 at 6 p.m. The game will be CHS vs. Huntland, which begins at 7 p.m. Nominations for king and queen from the senior class are: … more
Freedom Sings USA, a 501(c) (3) non-profit based in Chattanooga, will benefit from this year’s American Mule & Bluegrass Festival, which will be held Sept. 27 through Oct. 2 at Calsonic … more
Debbie Adams said recently that her greatest childhood memories is that of her endless adventures to the public library with her father.   She is certain perusing those dusty books years ago … more
“Making your house your home” was the theme of this month’s Shelbyville Woman’s Club meeting. Presenting the program at River Bend Country Club was Tanya Coffey, designer and … more
Judge Wyatt Burk recently conducted the swearing in ceremony for county officials at the historic courthouse. Other government official photos were featured in Wednesday’sTimes-Gazette. more
She’s only 10, but Emma Keene is already serious about her writing. She recently completed a Christmas story titled, “I miss you Santa.”   Like a lot of kids her age, Emma … more
New and incumbent county officials were sworn in last Wednesday afternoon at Bedford County Courthouse, taking the oath of office to uphold their duties fairly and honestly. Circuit Court Judge Wyatt … more
Collecting is in Jon English’s blood and he still makes buying trips around the country and also purchases items brought to his tables at card and memorabilia shows.   “In 1985 I … more
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