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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
Home design features in magazines can be awe-inspiring. Quite often, homeowners wish they could lift the looks right off the pages and transform their own homes into such picture-perfect retreats. more
Zach Smith didn’t just recently enter into the cookie making business to make some extra money; he’s really making memories with his tiny daughters, Oaklyn, 3, and Emersyn, 3 months, who of course are his best customers, for life.   more
When the Calsonic Arena was constructed over 30 years ago, one of the first performances shown was the Lone Star Rodeo.  They’ll be performing again in their 73rd year as a family owned and operated rodeo show on February 4 and 5.   more
Grady Cunningham of Bedford County said recently that he enjoys studying, observing and photographing Tremella mesenteric or “Witches’ butter” on his farm.   more
Today’s cooking segment by Dave Rogers travels well, North to the South, and is certainly delicious no matter which direction you hail from these days.   more
Whispers of Hope's goal is to “support other women right where they are in the adult entertainment industry,” while encouraging them to build a relationship with the Lord, according to the ministry’s founder Sally Youngblood. more
Balancing development with preservation requires a fine balance, but it’s a challenge many Wartrace leaders are willing to take in the upcoming years.   more
Laura Parham, Heritage South Community Credit Union Chief Executive Officer, graduated from college—for the first time—at age 52.   more
Every workplace Darlene Littrell goes seems to turn into family. And with her retirement on the last day of 2021, Littrell will be missed by her coworkers at the Register of Deeds office after 20 years of work. more
It’s the talk of the town – the snow and ice that have coated Bedford County over the past few days. But Elijah Kirby’s ‘Shelbyville Weather’ page on Facebook may be running a close second. more
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
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