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Today's News

  • Community loses a good friend

        What wasn’t Edna Hayden involved with?

        It seems like you hardly went a civic event in Bedford where you didn’t see Hayden’s smiling face and busy hands. When she died on Sept. 9 at the age of 83, many organizations lost a great friend.

  • Helping rebuild

        On  Oct. 2 Glenwood Oil & Gas Inc., working under Foster Fuels, sent two local men from Glenwood Oil & Gas to help support the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico following the massive destruction left in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

  • There’s a new church at Apple Valley

        For six years, the church  on Wheats Valley Road had set empty on most Sunday mornings.

        That was until just a few weeks ago.
        Now the Apple Valley Community Center is once again a weekly place of worship for that community. And many are giving thanks for that.

  • That’s one GIANT sweet potato

        Glenn and Laura Baublitz have been farming on Green Tower Farm, a short distance down U. S. 221 from Forest Middle School, for 10 years.

  • Carson appointed to serve on Town Council

        Bedford Town Council appointed Bob Carson to fill Jim Vest’s unexpired term when it met last week. Carson had served on Council before, prior to choosing not to run for reelection last year. Prior to the action, people seeking the appointment had a chance to speak before Council.
        “There are a lot of good things going on in this community,” Carson said.
        He also said people, even if they gripe, like the town.

  • Garden Tour of Homes

        The Bedford Council of Garden Clubs will hold its 2017 Christmas Home Tour on Sunday, December 3, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  The theme for this year’s tour was inspired by a sign in a local barber shop around 1950 – “The Worlds Best Little Town.”  “WBLT” became the call letters for the local radio station.

  • Staunton River's Offense Explodes

    sports@bdfordbulletin.com  

    Ordinarily, scoring 47 points in a playoff game should be enough to walk away with a victory. The Northside Vikings learned that playing Staunton River is far from ordinary. The Golden Eagles put up a jaw dropping 72 points in a 72-47 victory over Northside.
     

    In the first quarter Staunton River did what they do best, run the football. With, statistically, the best runner in VHSL history in their backfield they had good reason to do so.

  • Ospreys Open Season With Win; Get New Uniforms

    The Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy varsity boys basketball team had quite an opening day last Tuesday, Nov. 14.
        

    The Ospreys players started the day receiving brand new uniforms—a surprise to them—and then went out and defeated New Covenant 60-50.
      

    The uniforms were won in a contest that 323 Sports hosted.
      

  • Sports Dayl-ly: The NBA's Lovable Disrespect

    Admit it, you’re petty. We all are–some more than others– it’s  not a crime its just part of life.
        

    I’ll be the first to admit that I am irrationally petty at times. Even if you’re not like me in regards to being irrationally petty you’re probably like me in regards to enjoying watching other people be petty and disrespectful towards each other. This runs rampant in sports.
      

  • On being thankful

    By James F. Burns
    Retired professor
    University of Florida

        Some surviving family writings from the 1800s provide perspective on being thankful for a wide variety of things.  Thus we may be thankful:

    For natural beauty—Cumberland Gap, 1895