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It is a very unsettled forecast that I bring you this week with showers and thunderstorms on the increase through the weekend and into the early and middle part of next week. Lots of Gulf moisture … more
Shelbyville Central High School’s Class of 1965 held its 56th reunion on July 24 at the VFW on East Depot Street. more
TBI special agents are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 200 block of Temple Ford Road west of Shelbyville early Friday morning.   The victim, a woman, was hospitalized with … more
The Times-Gazette recently had an interview with Ryan Womack, who’s beyond busy right now meeting the technology needs of 16 schools in Bedford County. more
An argument over use of a four-wheeler led to a Shelbyville man brutally stabbing his stepfather several times Saturday night, according to the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office. more
Another late-night burglary has occurred along U.S. 41A near Unionville.   The offices of Nash Family Creamery were ransacked with cash, Apple airpods and a jacket taken, a report filed by … more
A video from a doorbell camera led to the arrest of a Shelbyville man Monday.   Quinton Deon Hiles, 33, was captured on camera taking a gasoline can from a neighbor’s front porch … more
Bedford County Republican Party (GOP) hosted a community forum Monday evening at Shelbyville-Bedford County Chamber of Commerce with State Rep. Pat Marsh and State Sen. Shane Reeves. more
Looks like a typical summertime weekend ahead with partly cloudy days and a 30 percent chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms. High temperatures will be around 90 and lows near 68. We will be seeing highs in the low 90s every day next week but a few afternoon thunderstorms will be possible. We have continued to see haze and smoke limiting visibility on many days but it has given us some lovely red sunsets... more
The owner of a dog allegedly tied to a fence with no shade, food or water at a West Lane Street home has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty. Nathan Lee Holton, 31, of West Lane Street told Shelbyville police Queso, a type of dog known as an American Bully, was placed outside at 10 p.m. Tuesday. Holton said on Facebook he left for work around 9 a.m. Wednesday without checking on Queso. Holton’s wife was later told by a passerby Queso was allegedly showing signs of heat stroke... more
A sudden increase in electricity usage at a house on U.S. 41A North in El Bethel alerted its absentee owner to an alleged squatter’s presence, according to a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report. A representative of the owner flagged down Sgt. Jared Featherstone as he drove past the house Wednesday. Featherstone and deputies Nate Speegle and Tony Schafer were met at the door by Darrell Wayne Chapman, 55, who allegedly said he’d been staying there with a friend for three days and two nights... more
Bedford County has once again jumped back over the 100 mark for active COVID cases. As of Thursday afternoon, Bedford County had on state health records 118 active cases — 11 which were new. Neighboring Coffee County has on record through the health department 134 active cases as of Thursday — 26 which are new... more
There’s a slim chance that sculptor Peter Ganine knew in the 1940s knew how the rubber yellow duck he patented and reproduced as a floating toy would be used to help non profits. Bedford County United Way is using the rubber ducks as part of its fourth annual “Ducks on the Duck” rubber duck race at Fisherman’s Park on Aug. 21... more
Dayanna Mora Ramirez, age 5, stopped by the Times-Gazette with her mom, Maria Isabel Ramirez, today for a newspaper. She took time out to smile for this reporter. more
It’s been almost four years since Tony Carrick, 82, and wife, Linda, were involved in a car accident one afternoon in late August while driving down Harts Chapel Road off U.S. 231 North. Their car wrecked when a culvert directly underneath the asphalt on Harts Chapel Road gave way and the asphalt crumbled... more
Tyson Foods, Inc., is requiring its team members at U.S. office locations to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 1, according to a recent press release. Exceptions to the vaccination mandate, Tyson officials have stated, will involve workers who seek medical or religious accommodations... more
Facebook messages from a “friend” turned out to be from an imposter whose lies were part of a scam attempt, the victim told Shelbyville police Monday. The real friend’s Facebook Messenger account was hacked by someone using his name, the victim was told. The “friend” first told the victim Sunday she’d won money, then sent her to another person, who claimed she’d won $550,000 and would need to pay advance taxes on it with gift cards... more
The 83rd annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is taking place Aug. 25 through Sept 4. Tickets can be purchased by calling (931) 684-5915, Faye Lynn Ext. 104. General admission seating, located in the South Grandstand, will be sold during the show... more
David Kitchens has been named director of Bedford County Emergency Management Agency, succeeding Scott Johnson, who retired last week. Kitchens’ first official day on the job will be Aug. 16, according to Bedford County Government officials. A resident of Shelbyville, Kitchens is no stranger to emergency management or Bedford County; he’s been a district coordinator for Tennessee Emergency Management Agency since 2018, serving a five-county area including Bedford County. ... more
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