Today's News

  • A theological response (Part I)

        In our March 13 edition, a frequent letter-writer named David McLoughlin, wrote expressing skepticism about the Bible (Which Bible?) and who Jesus is. Then, in our May 13 edition, he noted that nobody responded to his previous letter and asked if that means there is no theological response.

        With the thought in mind that atheists have their own holiday (April 1), area pastors may have simply chosen to ignore the letter. Here, at the risk of demonstrating that I’m not as wise as they, is my attempt at a theological response.

  • Two charged in credit card scam

        Two Florida residents have been charged with having stolen credit card numbers and using them at Wal-Mart this month.

        On May 14, a report from the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office states that the department was notified by a victim in Chester that his credit card number was used to make purchases at the Wal-Mart in Bedford. The victim had reported the suspicious use of his credit card account to the Colonial Heights Police Department, but wanted to make the BCSO was aware that suspects were in the area, the report stated. 

  • JROTC unit celebrates successful year

    Bedford’s JROTC unit, based at Bedford Science and Technology Center (BSTC), celebrated a successful year with an awards ceremony Thursday night.

        The high point of the year came when the Army awarded the unit with the highest possible rating following an accreditation inspection. The inspection was carried out by inspectors from the Army Cadet Command’s 4th Brigade. This team carried out an inspection of all high school level Army JROTC in south-central Virginia.

  • Combating domestic violence

    Bedford Domestic Violence Services recently honored local law enforcement for their efforts to help domestic violence victims.

  • In his father's footsteps--sort of

    Like his father, Shawn, David Jackson will attend a service academy when he heads off to college following his graduation from Jefferson Forest High School this year.

  • Nyuk nyuk nyuk--commentary

      There is a classic episode of the Three Stooges (alright, ALL of them are classic, except for the sorry Curly-Joe ones).

  • Seminole District playoff schedule

    Thursday, May 14

    Track finals (@ Amherst)

  • JF Netters top Minetttes

    It was touch-and-go during the early stages of the Liberty-Jefferson Forest tennis match.

    The Lady Cavs, however, made a strong comeback to take the Minettes 8-1.

  • Unbeaten Cav booters edge LHS

    Now, THAT’s what we expect in a county rivalry game.

    The Liberty Minutemen played a complete game, showing hustle throughout, nearly spoiling Jefferson Forest’s Senior Night.

  • Mercy! Cavs pound LHS to claim baseball crown

    For those planning on a nice long night of baseball last Friday, there was only disappointment.