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NASHVILLE – Tennessee set new records in the first quarter of 2023 for business formations and renewals in the state, according to the recent Quarterly Business and Economic Indicators report … more
Many people could sell their home or rental property for more money if it was fixed up and made to look better. Sometimes this might mean painting, flooring, outdoor cleanup and fixup, smaller … more
The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration recently hired Travis Emore to be the Director of Arena Operations and Events.  Emore will directly oversee the operations of Cooper Steel Arena … more
A bridge over the Duck River on Simms Road, west of Shelbyville, has been named for the late county mayor, county commissioner, and educator Jimmy Woodson. An unveiling and dedication ceremony was … more
The Center Square – Four individuals were indicted in Lincoln County as part of an investigation that found that more than $117,000 in grant funds had been misappropriated. The funds were paid … more
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
It took a lot of green to buy a green tractor, almost a record amount of cash. William "Billy" Hopkins was a popular and well-known person in Marshall County, so Emily and Woody Woodruff of … more
This is the third and last installment in a series on the Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership. A rising tide raises all boats. It is a statement that has earned its cliché status, but it … more
The Community Clinic of Shelbyville and Bedford County will be receiving $100,000 from state funding to support their medical services. This is part of State Senator Shane Reeves securing nearly … more
As one of the few small-town primary care physicians left in Shelbyville, Dr. Charles Stimpson is officially retiring this week. Though, he’ll still be around to help for a while. Through … more
Arturo Nmn Adame-Catalan, 23, Rabbit Branch Rd.; driver to exercise due care, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, no bond. Richard Patrick Bennett, 35, Coop Rd., Bell Buckle, … more
JUNE 1 SCHRA meeting The South Central Human Resource Agency Governing Board will meet on Thursday, June 1, at 11 a.m. at SCHRA Central Office, 1437 Winchester Hwy., Fayetteville. The SCHRA … more
Shelbyville – The Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association (WIMA) awarded Henry Hulan, a long-standing leader at Musgrave Pencil Company, a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his … more
The Bedford County Finance Committee presented a rough draft of a balanced budget for the fiscal year 2023-24 that would require no new tax increase for the county. This budget will be sent to … more
A town hall was hosted for District 4 residents at Liberty School by commissioners Anita Epperson and Diane Neeley. Those in attendance, many of whom were Liberty School teachers, expressed … more
The Superintendent of Bedford County Schools, Tammy Garrett, announced the resignation of Shelbyville Central High School Principal Michael Hickman. Garrett met with the SCHS faculty and staff … more
Multiple agencies assisted the Bedford County Fire Department at the Forest Shadows Farm located at 1145 Hwy 64 West, Tuesday afternoon when a fire broke out.  more
The Bedford County Animal Control is at full capacity. They have a total of 35 dogs at their shelter, and officers out in the field are picking up more everyday. This is due to high call volumes … more
Memorial Day weekend is only a few days away and that means it’s time for the 53rd Annual Spring Fun Show. A schedule of 69 classes is planned for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights in … more
On May 18, the Shelbyville Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation began investigating the suspicious death of Julie Smotherman. Smotherman’s body was then located in … more
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