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Today's News

  • Extra Points: Fall is coming

    This past weekend was an adventure for me. I was able to witness my first ever Professional Wrestling event. It was definitely very entertaining, but I am still unsure that I will become a fan. 

    The event was put on very well and they had security everywhere, because from what I have been told sometimes brawls break out during the event due to fan disagreement. 

  • Jefferson Forest gets new athletic director

    By Margaret Scott

    Sports Editor

    Sports@Bedfordbulletin.com

     

    Ben Martin has been named the new athletic director at Jefferson Forest High School. Martin is taking over for Dan Pritchard. Pritchard took a full-time position at Liberty University teaching Sport Management. 

  • AWARE turns focus on Walker case

        Family and friends of James Davis “Slim” Walker, with the help of the AWARE Foundation, attempted Saturday to raise awareness of their continued desire to find out what happened to Walker 16 years ago.

        The event was held at the Bedford Food Lion, the last place Walker was seen alive on April 7, 2000.

  • Pure Pro Wrestling

    By Margaret Scott

    Sports Editor

    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

     

    Montvale has been home to the Pure Pro Wrestling matches for almost a year. The group of wrestlers travel around to different states to put on the events. 

  • Engineer who designed dam gets warm reception at SML

        Smith Mountain Lake reached full pond for the first time 50 years ago and the Lake community has been celebrating the Lake’s 50th anniversary all year.

  • Teacher puts on fundraiser that helps student see

        Some special glasses, which look like something out of Star Trek, are making it possible for Chris Ward to see.

        Ward, who was a 5th grader at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School last year, was born blind. The optic nerves that are supposed to connect his eyes to his brain did not fully develop. He has very limited vision in one eye and none in the other. Without the glasses he can only see something by holding it less than an inch from the eye.

  • Honoring our nation’s independence

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    as we come together this Monday to celebrate the 240th year of our nation’s independence, let us take the opportunity to reflect on our Founders’ understanding of our fundamental rights as individuals and their belief that only a system of representative democracy– supported by the rule of law– could guarantee our God-given rights.

     

  • A better way to do the people’s business

    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

     

  • Marine fueling practices

    Chris Bechtler
    Manager
    Crazy Horse Marina

  • High court rejects Texas abortion law

        At the end of its current term, the U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow for legal abortion rights, gave former Va. governor Bob McDonnell a second chance, and approved once again affirmative action programs in higher education.
            Some say it’s the end of a conservative streak on the court. Well, we can certainly hope, and we are reminded of how important it is not to let the grubby Donald Trump be in a position to appoint Supreme Court judges.