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Bryan Nerren has returned home to his favorite recliner after seven months in forced quarantine in India. This was a government-involved situation due to his Christianity, he said Thursday, not because of COVID-19. A little thinner, the exhausted International House of Prayer pastor advised, “There’s no place like home.”... more
Memorial Day holiday, while set aside nationally to honor those fallen in the line of military service, has also traditionally been observed locally with family reunions and cookouts to celebrate. Most of those traditional gatherings are changing as we know it this year, due to COVID-19... more
Thefts from three homes have been reported in Bedford County, •A pistol, revolver and jewelry box were stolen from a home on Creekside Lane during early afternoon Wednesday, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said. The back door and a window were found open and a bedroom ransacked... more
Widespread recommendations to stay home amid the public health emergency have many Americans anxious about balancing unforeseen energy expenses with the desire for a comfortable home. As the country continues to navigate these uncertain times, Atmos Energy reminds customers struggling to pay their monthly natural gas bill that payment options and financial assistance are available.   ... more
The family of the late John Smotherman will memorialize their loved one and World War II veteran on Monday for the first time as he passed away last August at age 91. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs, only about 300,000, out of millions of U.S. World War II veterans who served, are alive in 2020... more
Normandy is completing the final steps to hire a police chief and has a judge lined up to conduct municipal court but they lack one crucial detail — they don’t have a location for the court and no place for the police chief to set up his office. Normandy has no town hall. ... more
Memorial Day has particularly been on this reporter’s mind this year, maybe because of the pandemic. Still, I began thinking this week about what I think is probably my favorite newspaper interview of all time. In fact, it has everything to do with Memorial Day... more
When “site selectors” for potential industries visit Shelbyville and Bedford County, they generally have at their fingertips community “score cards” which include many facets of community life, particularly how the local school system’s successes compare on a state level... more
The Memorial Day weekend forecast is not looking good with a chance of showers and thunderstorms every day and that is not only through Monday but probably through the end of May and the first few days of June. It is going to be very warm and humid and with lots of moisture coming up from the Gulf of Mexico we get those showers and thunderstorms particularly during the afternoon hours. We will see a warming Trend with temperatures climbing back into the 80s this weekend... more
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