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Comic Art Attack, Shelbyville’s first-ever fantasy and comic art convention, will be held 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Nov. 2 at The Fly Arts Center on South Main Street. The event will include vendors, special activities, special guests, and a free comic book for the first 50 guests with paid admission (limit two comic books per household)... more
The Fly Community Theatre will present “The Murder Mystery At The Murder Mystery” Friday and Saturday evenings at The Fly Arts Center. A taco bar meal will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the performance. Admission is a minimum $15 donation to The Fly. The players at The Murder Mystery Playhouse are rehearsing a new show, “Putting a Little English On It.” It’s a not-so-good attempt at a British murder mystery, complete with cheesy dramatic music and British accents. As expected at the final dress rehearsal, the lights go out and a character dies onstage — only this murder wasn’t in the script. Standing, from left: Jesse Northcutt, Alex Torrejon, Jackie Roberts, Jeanne Edwards, Thacher Cleveland. On the floor are Dylan Steenburgen (sitting up) and Ty Grabovich. more
Bedford County Financial Management Committee discussed Tuesday evening the issue of county government’s contributions to independent, not-for-profit agencies. Last month, Commissioner Linda Yockey of the finance committee proposed a policy for the committee to use when deciding on contributions to not-for-profit agencies during the annual budget process. ... more
Pepper spray was deployed into a bedroom to apprehend a man accused of threatening to kill his wife at a Wartrace Pike home early Friday, Shelbyville police said. Antonio Quanard Pleasant, 40, of Anthony Lane was allegedly standing over the woman when she awoke around 3 a.m., she told police. Officers said Pleasant had climbed through a rear window. The woman had taken out a warrant against Pleasant for aggravated domestic assault in an earlier case... more
Local beekeepers are seeking support for bringing the documentary "The Pollinators" to Tullahoma and other cities for a one-night screening on Nov. 6. The documentary follows migratory beekeepers and their truckloads of honey bees as they pollinate the flowers that become fruits, nuts and vegetables. ... more
Suicide is never easy to talk about. Yet having a tough conversation, knowing the warning signs, and asking for help just may save a life. Gov. Bill Lee recognized Wednesday, Oct. 16, as Farmer Suicide Prevention Day in Tennessee. The purpose is to raise awareness about a tragedy that affects so many of our nation’s farmers and those they love... more
Local pastor and missionary Bryan Nerren remains in India this week after being arrested and then released on a customs violation. Nerren is waiting for Indian officials to return his passport and permit him to leave the country. Drew Hayes of Shelbyville, one of Nerren's mission trip teammates, returned to Shelbyville on Friday and spoke to the Times-Gazette on Monday. ... more
Cascade High School building project final numbers are under budget by $74,000, architect John Davis informed Bedford County Board of Education last Tuesday night. "The good thing is, we get down here to the bottom, it looks like we've got a little to spare . . . $74,000," said Davis. "That's the way I look at it. We had $23,775,000, so we are about $74,000 under that."... more
Bedford County Driving School was among only a handful of Tennessee classes recently receiving the National Safety Council's "2018 Training Center of the Year" award. "I didn't even know anything about it, until I got the award in the mail," said Bedford County Chief Deputy Nikia Elliott, one of the teachers... more
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