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Today's News

  • Iran’s bad behavior stuck on repeat

    Did you ever have any old records or CDs that just got stuck after a while? When it comes to the United States’ dealings with Iran, it seems like the record is stuck on repeat. Hardly a week goes by without another news story about Iran’s questionable actions on the global stage. The Iran Nuclear Agreement was a bad deal from the start, and one that I firmly opposed. Now, several months into its implementation, it’s easier than ever to see the flaws in this half-baked policy.

  • Time to get serious about reviving downtown

    By Clay Chastain
    Bedford

        Is Bedford ever going to get serious about a comprehensive and sustained revival of downtown?  And, couldn’t Bedford use a few more jobs and a bit more prosperity courtesy of a bustling downtown?

  • No one thought it could happen

        With Donald Trump’s victory in the Indiana primary, and the subsequent exit of his last two rivals from the campaign, there are no remaining obstacles to a reality that ought to give Republicans nightmares.
        Trump – with no political experience, no real presidential qualifications, and no lack of contempt toward Muslims, women, and anyone who dares to disagree with him – will be the nominee of the once great Republican Party.

  • Trump is like Obama in some ways

        Now Donald Trump is the only Republican candidate left standing. Both Ted Cruz and John Kasich have thrown in the towel.

  • Forest tennis sees good week

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        After losing two singles matches the Jefferson Forest boys tennis team stepped up the pace and defeated Brookville 6-3 on Thursday, May 5.
        “This match was a good way for us to finish out the regular season. Our young players stepped up and did a nice job in this match,” said Coach Tyler Johnston.

  • JF track competes in Dogwood Classic

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Staunton River and Jefferson Forest both participated in track meets this past weekend.
        The Lady Eagles finished seventh with a score of 38.5 out of 16 teams and the Golden Eagle boys finished second with a score of 67 out of 17 teams at the Colonial Classic.
        Jefferson Forest traveled to Charlottesville to compete in the Dogwood Track Classic.

  • Forest shutout Rustburg

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Zach Peek struck out 15 Rustburg batters to lead the Jefferson Forest boys baseball team to a 7-0 victory on Wednesday, May 4.
        “I give a lot of credit to Barry Gordon, our pitching coach, on calling a great game and obviously credit to Peek for executing his pitches. I think Peek felt very comfortable especially with an early, big lead,” said Coach Ryan Gilleland.

  • Forest girls softball defeats Rustburg

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Jefferson Forest girls softball team made the most of its three hits defeating Rustburg 4-2 on Wednesday, May 4.
        Rustburg went up 1-0 in the first inning. The Lady Cavaliers held Rustburg to zero runs until the Lady Red Devils plated one in the fourth inning.
        The Lady Cavaliers down 2-0 came back in the bottom of the fifth scoring four runs and holding RHS scoreless the rest of the way.

  • Liberty soccer falls to E.C. Glass

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    LHS

        The Liberty boys soccer team started slow in the first half against E.C. Glass costing them a 6-1 loss on Wednesday, May 4. “We came out flat and Glass jumped all over us early. They scored three goals in the first 15 minutes,” said Coach Eric Seckman.

  • JF Lacrosse defeats E.C. Glass

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Jefferson Forest boys and girls lacrosse teams both defeated conference rival E.C. Glass on Wednesday, May 4.