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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
New Chamber of Commerce Director Lacey Deeds has initiated a group called “Females About Business.”   more
U.S. Air Force Veteran Eric Davis serves as a decoy when he’s not training K-9s.     more
Make time. That’s Matthew Griffy’s motto. It's how he owns and operates his 24-hour gym, MG Fitness, while also being chief of police in Petersburg. more
All kinds of fun and spooky trick-or-treating happened this weekend. The Bedford County Boys and Girls Club, directed by Keith Churn, held a trunk-or-treat Friday night. more
Yvonne Moore and David Latimer of Wartrace are celebrating the last of summer/fall flowers at the Blue Victorian—a historic home they’ve restored into an Airbnb.  more
He ran 354 miles in 85 hours...How? more
Mary Tim Cook at Southside Elementary School always has something educational ‘Cook-ing’ in her classroom. Her thrd grade class worked on a special October project Monday. more
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