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Snowfall in amounts ranging from 6 to 9 inches fell across Bedford County late Sunday night until around 2 a.m. Monday. National Weather Service reports indicate Bedford County received the heaviest snowfall in Middle Tennessee. more
U.S. Army Veteran Dave Rogers hails from big ole New York City, New York. But, since moving to Shelbyville about two months ago, he and his service dog, “Grunt” are finding their new home pretty peaceful.   more
The Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. is almost hidden in Cascade Hollow on highway 269 just outside Normandy in Tullahoma. more
Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen volunteers were busy Tuesday evening serving those in need within the community.  more
Tyrell Johnson and family find peace on Christmas Day through serving others a hot meal. The family gathering to feed folks started with the philanthropic work of matriarch Mamie Johnson. 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
Thomas Magnet recently conducted a “Winter Fest,” featuring a chili supper and silent auction. A meet-and-greet was also held with “Ice Spirit Queen” and “Olaf.” more
Growing up, sisters Anita Wade and Marie Pope knew two types of sandwiches: ham and bologna.   more
Steven Bowen and the Soul Stirrers are a Gospel quartet and 9-piece band based out of Clarksville, Tenn.  more
Russ Faxon and Catrin Westh have fun together―even if they’re just going to the junkyard or to the hardware store. more
Saturday’s early morning storms left the day drizzling and cloudy, but dozens of families still turned out for the Santa Fly-In at the Shelbyville Municipal Airport. 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
Several dogs showed up for Bell Buckle’s Pet Parade on Saturday. Visitors enjoyed the special events that take place each Christmas in the town.  more
When searching for unique Christmas gifts, be sure to put Wartrace artist Paisley Stem on your shopping list.   more
Ruth Lawson has been in the kitchen since she was probably eight years old.  A self-ascribed “picky eater,” Ruth began learning to cook in order to appease her tastebuds. more
Admittedly one to always be involved in her community, Lisa Cruz has begun a Little Free Library in her front yard.   more
Linda Pillow’s voice is low, calming, and steady. Many might call it “a voice in the dark.”  more
Fewer children in state custody will be sleeping on the floor in state offices while being transitioned into foster care, now that The CARE House in Shelbyville is officially open.   more
Like father, like son. It can be said for father and son, Daryl and Parker Phillips, who both served in the U.S Air Force.   more
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