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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. THURSDAY Bell Buckle parks meeting Bell Buckle Parks and … more
A Nashville man has been charged with the Aug. 26 slaying of Rafael Mendoza Pineda of Shelbyville, police said Tuesday. Mohamed Miray was arrested by Shelbyville detectives Tuesday morning. He is being … more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Loretta Lynn, the Kentucky coal miner’s daughter whose frank songs about life and love as a woman in Appalachia pulled her out of poverty and made her a pillar of … more
A man was charged with stealing two cell phones from his girlfriend at an Old Columbia Road home Saturday. George Holder allegedly hit the woman in the back with a board before leaving. Holder … more
Trying to ladle out to the public in layman’s terms the alphabet soup associated with state accountability scores is sometimes considered a necessary evil. Following a formal presentation at … more
Two-time defending Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration World Grand Champion Justified Honors and trainer John Allan Callaway were honored before Shelbyville Central High School’s … more
Visitors without GPS devices leaving Bell Buckle on Highway 82 East, and unfamiliar with the area, may end up confused when reaching the Highway 231 North intersection. Brush and leaves have almost … more
Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville hosted its second official groundbreaking for its newly funded facility on Friday. The morning event featured remarks from construction … more
William Christie has served as a Shelbyville City Councilman the last 8 years. His main concern, he said, is to address the concerns of the people he serves. While that might seem simple, Christie … more
Lizzie M. Peoples has announced her candidacy for Shelbyville mayor. The City election is set for Nov. 8, with early voting to begin Oct. 19.   Peoples is a native of Marshall County and a … more
A man allegedly living out of his vehicle for at least two days was arrested after marijuana was found in his possession Wednesday, Shelbyville police said. Vilaisack Xayaphoumy, 44, of … more
Bedford County Planning Commission voted on a favorable recommendation for the site plan of Landmark Homes of Tennessee’s proposed planned unit development (PUD) on Longview Road in Unionville. … more
The first groundbreaking for Duksan Electera of America, Inc. plant was held Wednesday at its future location on Frank Martin Road at the 231 North Industrial Park. It was a clear, windy, day for … more
Come out to Calsonic Arena and see all the great mules and the competition during the annual American Mule & Bluegrass Festival. Great music too! more
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
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