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Shelbyville, Tennessee is located in Bedford County. Zip codes in Shelbyville, TN include 37161, 37162, and 37160. The median home price in Shelbyville is $139,500 which is roughly $65/per square foot. More Shelbyville information.

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Tuesday Apr 8 | The Daily News Journal

'In God We Trust' display could emerge at Tennessee Capitol

The "In God We Trust" national motto will be displayed at the Tennessee Capitol if lawmakers agree with state Rep. Mike Sparks' bill Wednesday.


Wed Apr 02, 2014

WGNS-AM Murfreesboro

Interns from MTSU Dive Into Politics and Lend a Helping Hand on Murfreesboro News and Radio

MTSU international relations major Sara Mejia-Gomez of Brentwood, Tenn., introduces herself during the Legislative Intern Luncheon held Wednesday, March 26, at the Tennessee Tower in Nashville.


Sat Mar 29, 2014


Woman falls asleep, crashes car on I-24

A Tennessee woman was injured in a crash in Lyon County on Saturday morning. It happened on Interstate 24 EB at the 42-mile marker around 8:30 a.m. According to Kentucky State Police, Janet M. Powell, 66, of Shelbyville, Tenn., fell asleep at the wheel.


The Daily News Journal

MTSU legislative interns get close view of politics

A friend told MTSU senior Timecia Terry that she would be well served by participating in the university's legislative internship program, which gives students an inside look at the ins and outs of lawmaking in the state's capital.


Thu Mar 27, 2014

Business Journal

TN Senate passes bill limiting Amp design

The Tennessee Senate passed a bill Thursday that would limit metropolitan governments from building bus rapid-transit systems with a dedicated center lane of traffic, as is called for by the Amp.


Mon Mar 24, 2014

Roy Exum: Teachers Are Suffocating

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam insists the Common Core efforts in education are "simply guidelines that say a fourth grader should be learning the same things" and other proponents claim the standards that were originally developed by the bipartisan National Governors Association will present a clear view of what students across America should ... (more)


Fri Mar 21, 2014

Cross Roads News

The documentary on a community coping with change will be screened March 29.

"Welcome to Shelbyville," a documentary that looks at one small town in the heart of America's Bible Belt as it grapples with rapidly changing demographics, will be screened on March 29 at the Clarkston Library.



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