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Tennessee Department of Health has completed a process review of state COVID-19 vaccine administration to minimize possible waste and support providers receiving greater supplies of vaccine ahead of opening eligibility to Phase 1c. The TDH Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization Program leads the state's vaccination activities for COVID-19 and other vaccine-preventable diseases. ... more
"Little Women," author Louisa May Alcott's classic coming of age drama set in the 1800s, runs Friday and Saturday, March 19 and 20, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community High School theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door. Director Anthony Davis said the show will be limited to 1/3 capacity because of pandemic restrictions. ... more
Bishop Mark Spalding and Father Gervan Menezes visited St. William of Montevergine Catholic Church in Shelbyville on Feb.14, during morning Spanish mass. Father Louis Rojas S.A.C. and the Knights of Columbus from Council 12469 gathered for this historic event. Bishop Spalding blessed the New Council 12469 of the Knights of Columbus, which has been dormant for 14 years. more
Shelbyville Central High School's Advanced Placement Psychology class recently completed a stress reduction activity using Bobo dolls. Teacher Claudia House said she could tell by all of the smiling faces that this activity was a success. more
Jayden Jackson, 18, of Wartrace, will compete for the title of MISS TEEN TENNESSEE USA 2021 on March 12-13 at the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino in Tunica, Miss. Jayden is the daughter of Chad and Jacquelyn Way and the granddaughter of Jack Heffington and the late Nancy Elliott... more
While Shelbyville-Bedford County Senior Citizens Center remains closed, a lot of interesting projects have continued to cultivate there since the pandemic. In addition to offering some yard sale items, the center recently pulled out its famous cookbook, "Home Cookin.'"... more
The Shelby Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently held its annual Good Citizens Tea at First Christian Church. The awards are given to seniors at Central High School, Community High School and Cascade High School. Recipients of the Good Citizens Award must demonstrate qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism... more
Shelbyville Central High School National Honor Society wanted to brighten everyone's Wednesday with this positive chalk art, said teacher Claudia House. more
Most people in Bedford County likely know Gene Williams is one of the most decorated volunteers around. Williams says ministering especially to the lonely and in-need members of Bedford County, well, that's just a blessing, as far as he's concerned... more
Shelbyville Central High School's National Honors Society recently held a supplies drive for the Community Soup Kitchen. The soup kitchen serves meals in drive-by and pick up fashion from 4 to 5 p.m. each Tuesday at the old Save-A-Lot building on South Cannon Boulevard. From left, Dillen Haynes, Savannah Catron and Rebekah Marshall from NHS and Kay Bartley, volunteer with from the Community Soup Kitchen. more
President: Emma Rose Vice President: Will Melson Treasurer: Lexi Bailey Secretary: Jessica Rhodes Captain: Max Hinojosa Lieutenants: Jacob Betzelberger & Sophie Miller Sergeants: Chris Ocasio, Jordan Cooper, Sean O'Gorman, Cole Banks, Noelia Torres, Sabina Rico, Lindsey Parker, Bayleigh Stovall & Makia Woodard... more
The Webb School's orchestra classes will be joining forces with well-known electric violinist and original member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra-Mark Wood-during a free event slated for 7 p.m. Feb. 27, in the Barton Athletic Center. Registration is required at http://events.webbschool.com/strings. ... more
Local jewelers Billy and Sharon Lowery said recently that before most of their customers shop, they generally ask about their mascot and adopted dog child, "Sir Winston." With the dark-eyed, royal breed spaniel about to turn 10, the Lowerys plan to sweeten this decennial celebration in a couple of ways which should benefit their community... more
New Bethel Baptist Church on Highway 64 West continues to provide worship services within the Wheel community. The pristine white building is eye-catching to passers-by. more
Few events generate as much enthusiasm among sports fans and non-sports fans as the annual Super Bowl. For sports fans who can't wait to see the National Football League crown a new champion, the game is a must-watch event. For those who aren't football enthusiasts, Super Bowl Sunday is still a chance for them to chow down and socialize with friends and family... more
One Valentine's Day tradition many couples embrace is the exchange of gifts. Shoppers might not need much advice when purchasing heart-shaped boxes of chocolates or flowers for their sweethearts. However, when shopping for jewelry, Valentine's Day celebrants may feel as though they're in over their heads... more
Few things can elicit "oohs and aahs" on Valentine's Day as much as decadent desserts. Sweets and romance seem tailor made for each other. That's why heart-shaped boxes of chocolate and other sweets are snatched up in droves and handed out like, well, candies, come Feb. 14... more
Few foods can make people feel as if they're being indulgent as well as chocolate. Perhaps that's what makes chocolate such a great fit for Valentine's Day. When giving that special someone some chocolate on February 14, you're not just giving them something delicious, but also a chance to indulge in a forbidden fruit. But chocolate desserts can be more than merely decadent... more
Bedford County Sheriff Austin Swing, right, provided Rotary Club members with an overview of the new jail, law enforcement activities in the county and effects on the department/community from COVID-19. Finney Edwards was program facilitator. more
Bill Rich, right, president of Vanderbilt-Bedford Hospital, formerly Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville, was guest speaker at the Wednesday morning meeting of Shelbyville Rotary Club. Rich stated he's very thrilled with the changeover. He also said he was pleased with capital infusion up front from Vanderbilt. Angi Huffman was program facilitator. more
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