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Henry Hallum, age 6, said recently, “I like being able to pick out toys that I know other kids will like playing with. I also like selling things with my mama.” Henry is the entrepreneur of Henry’s Fun Play Shop, located at 766 North Main Marketplace. more
To be honest when I was a kid, this was one of my least favorite Irish meals. It was not until I visited Ireland in 1993 that I really came to enjoy the meal and appreciate the flavor. more
Volkswagen enthusiasts from the Music City Aircoolers stopped by a Shelbyville restaurant during a Sunday afternoon cruise. They took time out for a few photos.  more
There is a lot of disagreement with where Shepherd’s (or Sheppard’s Pie, as I like to call it) comes from, but there is no doubt that it is a favorite in Ireland.  Of course, while it is a regular dish in many traditional Irish families, most people have it around St. Patrick’s day with some good Soda Bread.   more
J Jordan Boutique presented its spring fashion show at the Shelbyville Woman’s Club Wednesday, showcasing all kinds of colorful and flowing outfits for Easter, weddings, parties and outside activities. more
Boaters, fishermen, and eastern bluebirds alike recently enjoyed the warm, crisp 75-degree weather on Normandy Lake.  more
To say that the Shelbyville Central Golden Eaglette basketball program is going through a youth movement might be an understatement. The Golden Eaglette basketball program has a rich, storied tradition that goes back many decades.   more
From Union Ridge to Sinking Creek Road, spring daffodils or buttercups, whichever you prefer to call them, are giving Bedford County a hint that the weather has ignited spring lovelies.   more
Two long-time Tennessee restauranteurs, David Hazelwood of Normandy and David G. Smith of Nashville, have retired from days of serving pounds of fried chicken, salads and cakes in their respective restaurants. But as of this year, one might venture to say maybe they are certainly still involved in food. more
By United Way of Bedford County Executive Director Mark McGee In my tenure as the executive director of United Way of Bedford County I have discovered that many people don’t truly understand what we do. more
Several Riverbend golfers recently took advantage of one of the sunniest days thus far in February, hoping for a good day, filled with holes-in-one. As for today's weather, well, here's hoping. more
Valentine’s Day was in the air at the Shelbyville Bedford County Senior Center Monday. Between bingo and sweet treats, seniors got to visit with each other and share a few laughs together—something the pandemic had put to a halt the past 2 years. more
Longtime Bell Buckle Police Chief Tommy Wiley is waiting for a liver transplant, and he needs one soon.   Wiley has what most people would call a good sense of humor. Considering he’s going through one of the most difficult seasons of his life, that’s a unique trait.   more
Dave says his Slow Cooked Roast is a great dish to cook for that special someone or your family during Valentine’s Day. End a romantic meal with some New York-style Cheesecake. (Dave’s a New Yorker, moving her about a month ago.)   more
Some are locker size and others medium-sized. They contain spiritual messages to prayers. But the bigger picture of Bedford County’s “Blessing Box” program is that it is warming hearts both physically and spiritually all across the county.   more
When driving down South Cannon Boulevard on Tuesdays about 3 p.m., feel free to honk your horn at Walter Taylor, an 88-year-old who gets around better than most. He’s still serving as traffic control director for Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen.   more
While many may be watching the Winter Olympics, the Lone Star Rodeo had its 32nd annual rodeo at Calsonic Arena over the weekend. Nearly 1,200 attendees showed up for Friday night’s events. more
First Assembly of God and pastor Glenn Forsee hosted an all-churches singing Wednesday morning, Attendees enjoyed singing along to old favorites as Billie Crowell accompanied on piano. more
Nancy Phillips says she’s just a “country girl.” But to the folks of Bell Buckle, she’s much more; she’s their matriarch.  So last week, when she suffered what’s the closest thing to a heart attack without being one, the whole Bell Buckle community and even strangers reached out to “Mama” Phillips with support and prayer.   more
The 100th Annual Tennessee Fairest of the Fairs pageant was held on Friday, Jan. 21, in Murfreesboro. Bedford County was represented with Miss Jayden Jackson, who was first runner up. Check out T-G's Saturday edition for more. more
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