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Today's News

  • Bedford woman takes special trip to celebrate her Leap Day birthday

    On Friday Alicia McClure had her eighth birthday.

    But don't let her students at Staunton River High School say they're older than her. They've simply had more birthdays.

    McClure was born on Feb. 29, 1976, in Rockford, Ill. She celebrated her birthday last week by going to New York City to be part of a group of people born on Leap Day that made up the audience of the Martha Stewart Show. The show was actually taped on Tuesday and aired Friday.

  • Husband arrested in connection with Forest woman's death

    The husband of a Forest woman who died as the result of a gunshot wound in December now has a lawyer — and a court date.

    And even as he was being arrested last week for the murder of his wife, investigators were continuing their investigation by searching a trailer he had rented in Chesapeake.

    After more than a two-month investigation, Wesley Brian Earnest, 37, of Moneta was arrested for shooting his wife, Jocelyn Earnest, 38, of 1482 Pine Bluff Drive, Forest, at her home. He is currently being held without bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.

  • Cell tower rejected

    Bedford County's planning commission said no, Monday night, to a proposal to extend an existing cell tower's height by 20 feet.

    The cell tower, located in the Chamblissburg area, belongs to TowerCo. There are two cell towers on the site and the proposal would involve eliminating one of them.

  • Play to raise funds for school

    Bedford Christian Academy plans to roll a history lesson and a fundraiser into one this month.

    The Rev. Travis Witt, the pastor of Bedford's Lion of Judah church, is also the director of development for the non-denominational Christian school. The school has a board of directors consisting of pastors from several local churches.

  • 'Conservatism' can't decline

    It’s not possible for “conservatism” to decline. That’s because there is no such thing as “conservatism.”

  • There is no such thing as "conservatism"

    It?s not possible for ?conservatism? to decline. That?s because there is no such thing as ?conservatism.?

    Conservatives don?t comprise a monolithic movement. At the most, we can be roughly categorized into three groupings: social conservatives, defense hawks and fiscal/business conservatives. These are rough categories because they don?t have distinct edg It’s not possible for “conservatism” to decline. That’s because there is no such thing as “conservatism.”

  • There is no such thing as 'Conservatism'

    It’s not possible for “conservatism” to decline. That’s because there is no such thing as “conservatism.”

  • 'Conservatism' can't decline

    It’s not possible for “conservatism” to decline. That’s because there is no such thing as “conservatism.”

  • Husband arrested in connection with Forest woman's death

    The husband of a Forest woman who died as the result of a gunshot wound in December appeared in Bedford County General District Court this morning in connection with the murder of his wife.

    After a lengthy investigation, Wesley Brian Earnest, 37, of Moneta was in court today for shooting his wife, Jocelyn Earnest, 38, of 1482 Pine Bluff Drive, Forest, at her home. He was being held without bond.

    Earnest was in court for the charge of the use of a firearm in the commission of committing first-degree murder.

  • Husband arrested in connection with Forest woman's death

    The husband of the Forest woman who died as the result of a gunshot wound on Dec. 19 appeared in Bedford County General District Court this morning in connection with the murder of his wife.

    After a lengthy investigation, Wesley Brian Earnest was in court today for shooting his wife, Jocelyn Earnest, 38, of 1482 Pine Bluff Drive, Forest, at her Forest home. He was being held without bond.

    Earnest was in court for the charge of the use of a firearm in the commission of committing first-degree murder.