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Today's News

  • JF softball too strong at the plate for LCA and Heritage

    Jefferson Forest’s softball team couldn’t be stopped, as it drove in a stunning 33 runs combined between their April 26 game with Liberty Christian Academy and April 28 contest against Heritage.
        

    In its first game of the week, the Cavs exploded in the second inning with 13 runs. This big inning came as JF batted through its entire lineup twice. Marlie Hill, Olivia Fox and Skylar Jenkins all notched two hits in the second, with Hill and Fox grabbing two singles and Jenkins knocking out two doubles.
        

  • Staunton River baseball moves to first place in Blue Ridge District

    Staunton River baseball continues to enjoy a successful season, as it picked up two wins over Lord Botetourt and William Fleming to push its record to 9-3.
        

  • Cavalier Fishing reels in success

    Cavalier Fishing has made an impressive statement in just its first year of competing.
        

    The teams of Robert Parker/Harrison Rice and Ethan Robinson/Spence Francis qualified for the 2017 JSC High School Championship after placing first and fourth at a regional tournament in late March.
        

    The fishing rules of this tournament were: five fish allowed in the fishers’ livewell, two of them having to be 14-inch and three could be 12-inch.   

  • After 100 days: A strange, failed presidency

        It was President Franklin D. Roosevelt who established the standard of measuring a presidency by what is accomplished during its first 100 days.
        FDR had promised to tackle the problems of the Great Depression immediately upon entering office, and he did exactly that. He’d made it clear that he’d use every available tool of the federal government to ease the suffering of the people.

  • Don’t be complacent

        Last month I saw a news story about Russia’s plan to build new class of aircraft carriers. Right now, Russia only has one carrier, the Kuznetsov.

  • Don’t be complacent

        Last month I saw a news story about Russia’s plan to build new class of aircraft carriers. Right now, Russia only has one carrier, the Kuznetsov.

  • Petersen not guilty of 2nd degree murder

    By Tom Wilmoth and Emily Scruggs
    news@bedfordbulletin.com

        A Hardy man, facing an attempted second degree murder charge following an incident May 27 of last year, was found not guilty Wednesday by a Bedford County jury.
         Christopher William Petersen, 29, had been  charged with three felonies, all of which he was found not guilty, following an incident in which he was accused of trying to shoot an ex-girlfriend in the head.

  • Crook faces charges for allegedly being a thief

        You can’t make this stuff up.
        On Wednesday April 26, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office received a call reporting property damage and larceny from the Montvale Recreation Club, Montvale Elementary School and the old Montvale Elementary School.
        When the deputy arrived at each location he learned that someone had removed the metal bench seats from the bleachers located at the ball fields at each location.

  • Former tourism director sues county

        Bedford County’s former director of tourism has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking $3 million in damages, alleging his constitutional rights were violated when he was removed from his post.
        Gerald Ernest Craig named Bedford County, County Administrator Carl Boggess, and supervisors Curry Martin, Bill Thomasson and Steve Wilkerson as defendants in the case.

  • County’s top teacher

    As a shy third grader, Cheryl Musgrove learned the value of education from her teacher. From then on, she wanted to make a difference in students’ lives as well

        Cheryl Musgrove, from Bedford Primary School, has 31 years of teaching experience. Last week she was named as the 2018 Bedford County Teacher of the Year.
        “I am very, very excited, happy and honored,” Musgrove said being named as the county’s top teacher. “I pride myself in being a role model and a leader in my school.