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A suspect who allegedly invaded a Barksdale Lane apartment with a rifle Saturday night was arrested after the victim wrestled the weapon from his hands, Shelbyville police said. Christopher Lee … more
Pastor Jay Pope says he has a deep desire for his community to find hope out of the tent revival which will be held Sunday, on the heels of the Great American Mule Show, on the Celebration … more
September is National Preparedness Month, and this year’s theme from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is “A Lasting Legacy.” The goal is to raise awareness about … more
The Rand Corp. estimates that methamphetamine cost Tennessee as much as $1.6 billion in 2005 and judging by the number of criminal cases involving the drug that are cycling through Bedford County … more
About a year ago, God began touching pastor Jay Pope’s heart about a revival. But it was a “different type” of revival, he explains.   He is planning a big tent event at the … more
A Texas woman, who allegedly drove from Deason to Shelbyville on the wrong side of Highway 231 North, almost struck two Shelbyville Police Department patrol cars before being arrested for DUI … more
Those dependent on Wartrace’s water system say they are experiencing more and more water outages amid rising utility costs.   At a Monday night Wartrace Utility Commission meeting, … more
Discussion got somewhat heated at Tuesday’s meeting of Bedford County Commission’s rules and legislative committee meeting at the historic courthouse when members were trying to decide … more
The 2nd annual American Mule & Bluegrass Festival will be Sept. 27 through Oct. 2 at Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, featuring crafts, bluegrass music and of course mules. Daily tickets are $15 … more
A former Bedford County Corrections Facility officer has been charged with sexual exploitation of a minor. Daniel Alan Merrett, 44, of Melody Drive in Shelbyville, was arrested Monday. Merrett is … more
The plan was for Steven Flippo’s church to be a part of a mission trip to Ukraine at May end, but after the events that unfolded on Feb. 24, all of those plans were cancelled.   The … more
FRIDAY Cruise-In Celebration City Car Club’s Cruise-In will be Friday, Sept. 23, from 6-8 p.m. on the Shelbyville square. Food trucks will be present. Chase Clanton and Vintage Vibes will … more
MaupinFest, on Saturday, Sept. 24, is a “celebration of old-time music and dance,” honoring Thomas Maupin, who was an Eagleville native and old-time buckdancer.   The event … more
According to the City of Shelbyville website, “hazardous waste is any chemical, corrosive, flammable, reactive, solvent, or toxic product that poses potential threats to public health or to the … more
A marijuana cigarette was found on a 75-year-old homeless man who told Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital personnel he was left there Saturday night, a Shelbyville Police Department report said. Phillip … more
The Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association started 28 years ago with just a handful of people shooting out in the desert, according to communication coordinator David Royal.   Jim Rodgers … more
During a session of Bedford County Board of Education last Thursday, potential traffic flow problems were discussed for the new Cartwright Elementary. With the design having student drop off/pick ups … more
Shelbyville City Council voted unanimously Friday to apply for a $2.9 million American Rescue Program fund grant which would provide funds for sewer rehabilitation, but it was originally far from a … more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St. SATURDAY Duck River Cleanup The 23rd annual Duck River … more
Karen Thrasher said recently that throughout 40 plus years of work and local community involvement, she’s been blessed to be a part of many good and productive efforts for Shelbyville. She is … more
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