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This pandemic year has brought about many changes and great impacts to the world of higher education as it is known, Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville officials recently stated. “The school year ended abruptly, but the hard work of educators didn’t stop,” said TCAT recruiter Bree Lemmons. ... more
Red, vine-ripened, flavorful, juicy tomatoes are the epitome of a Bedford County summer. But getting to all of this gloriousness is an exercise in patience while the sun and soil do their thing and produce tomatoes that don’t just look good but actually have flavor. July is the time for tomatoes in their full glory. ... more
William and Andrea Bolden of Unonville continue on the path to witnessing marvelous beauty in their summer garden. Andrea says this sunflower contains 40 glorious flower heads. more
Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Randall Burt Fisher of Ringgold, GA., officially retired after 32 years of military service on June 30. The most important thing, he told the Times-Gazette this week, is to note in his retirement announcement that he’s the grandson of 92-year-old Mabel Sue Burton of Shelbyville... more
With most public July 4 fireworks events cancelled this year, due to the pandemic, it’s time to head to the backyard for a picnic under the stars with family or a few close friends. The first thing to keep in mind when packing a backyard picnic, if you’re traveling to a friend’s house, is to make sure you create recipes that are easily packable. Worst thing you want to happen on the 4th is for your red, white and blue salad to thaw before you make it to the party... more
The arrival of warm weather provides more opportunities to gather and celebrate. From national holidays to impromptu backyard barbecues, the opportunity to kick back and relax is a hallmark of summer. Fireworks also figure prominently in summer. When in the hands of professionals, fireworks are a wonder to behold from a safe distance. But far too often people set off their own pyrotechnics and meet with grave results... more
A special 2020 prom, sponsored by friends of the Community High graduates, was held at Bell Buckle Banquet Hall last week, with several Community High seniors attending in their formal attire. Though the school-sponsored spring prom was cancelled, due to COVID-19, some residents in the community opted to host a candlelight banquet and dance... more
Shelbyville, Wartrace and Bell Buckle will not sponsor public fireworks displays this weekend. Fireworks are still being sold and all city and town ordinances apply to the use of those Independence Day fireworks. Fireworks will begin over Tims Ford Lake 9 p.m. Saturday. For many years, boaters have enjoyed watching the sunset and the culmination of the red, white and blue fireworks... more
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