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The following were charged by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol, or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; … more
Not all opportunities are good ones. That was the message Shane Hooper, president-CEO of the Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership told members of the 231 North Business Park Oversight Committee … more
The Raus Community Center has been a centerpiece in the community since it started as a schoolhouse in 1890. Since 1955 the Raus Community Involvement Club has been active in the restoration and … more
The Marshall County Sheriff's Office and Bedford County Sheriff's Office are asking for your help in locating a missing person.  Stephen Elsinger, was last seen at his residence at 3830 … more
The Bedford County Fire Department and EMS were on scene of a serious injury accident at Hwy 41A and Rippy Ridge Road. Initial units on scene reported two vehicles with heavy damage and … more
The Bedford County Fire Department and EMS responded to the west side of Bedford County Monday afternoon.   The accident took place on Whitaker Road in the area of Montgomery Road … more
THURSDAY BOE meeting The Bedford County Board of Education will hold its regular meeting Thursday, July 13, at 6 p.m. at Central Office, 500 Madison St. in Shelbyville. Individuals wishing … more
The Center Square – Tennessee residents support Donald Trump for president in 2024 by a wide margin, according to a new, wide-ranging poll of 1,120 Tennessee residents from Beacon Center. … more
The Center Square – Tennessee should move forward on plans to pursue a passenger rail line from Nashville to Chattanooga to Atlanta, according to a new report from the Tennessee Advisory … more
SHELBYVILLE – The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration has selected Derek Bonner, Leah Boyd, Nathan Clark, David Sisk, and Kenny Smith to judge the 85 th  Annual Celebration.  … more
United Way’s “Stuff the Bus” school supply drive will be in full swing this month. This drive has been going on for a number of years, and the collected school supplies are given to … more
Applications are now being accepted for the 2023-2024 Leadership Bedford class year for the adult class, and anyone interested is encouraged to apply as the selection is based on a first-come, … more
The Bedford County Convenience Centers will no longer be able to accept any trash in the city’s blue trash cans, effective immediately. County Highway Superintendent Mark Clanton, who also … more
The Bedford County Fire Department was called to an overnight fire that destroyed a house in Rockvale early Friday morning.  Calls started coming in around 2:40 a.m. Friday, stating … more
The Bedford County Republican Party hosted an appreciation event for all Bedford County School Resource Officers on Thursday, July 6. The event included officers from both the Shelbyville Police … more
Chick-fil-A is on the way! It may have been the worst kept secret in the history of Bedford County. A building on North Main Street is being demolished. From the time the destruction began social … more
The Bedford County Board of Commissioners passed the fiscal year 2023-24 budget and the $2.32 property tax rate Thursday but not without a few objections. The $2.32 rate was set last year, increasing … more
The Center Square – Many of the laws passed during the recent Tennessee Legislative session will go into place July 1, the beginning of the new fiscal year, including a $412 million tax cut. … more
The start of a new month means a lot to some people. For Tennessee’s state government, July 1 means new laws take effect, such as: School Expulsion for Mass Threats Any student who brings … more
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