Today's News

  • State Champs flex on Jeff Forest

     It was expected to be an emotional opening night at Northside.

    Cav Head Coach Don Rice was likely dealing with more than anyone else at Viking Stadium.

  • Safety measures

    City of Bedford volunteer firefighters are safer because of the recent installation of an exhaust removal system at the department.

        A grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Assistance to Firefighters fund provided the majority of the money needed to finance the installation of the $80,000 system. Locally, the fire department had to come up with 5 percent of the cost for the system; the federal government provided the other 95 percent.

  • River done in by Springers

    Sticking bare metal objects into electrical outlets while standing in a tub of water.

    Coating your face with honey to try to coax a wild bear to pose for a photo with you.

  • Lady Minutemen sweep Eagles


  • They're back!

        It was a happy meeting.

  • We must stop the spending spree

    Today, the American people are facing one of the most challenging times in our nation’s history.  Our economy remains sluggish, people fear losing their jobs and their homes, and many are worried about the future their children and grandchildren will inherit. They are deeply concerned about the outlook for our nation and wonder if their children will grow up in the same America they did.  People are looking for solutions to the problems we face. 

  • Idiots have spoken: Obama is a Muslim

        In the movie “Forrest Gump,” one of many immortal lines stands out: “Stupid is as stupid does.”

        Surely there’s been nothing more stupid in political news recently than the poll that shows there’s been an increase in the number of people who believe that President Barack Obama is a Muslim. “Stupid is as stupid does” has never been more demographically demonstrated.

  • An amazing way of seeing things

        I’m often amazed at how political party hacks look at things.

  • Blessing in disguise

    A U.S. District judge’s decision this week to stop, at least temporarily, federal funding of embryonic stem cell research comes on the heels of recent reports that adult stem cell research is where true advances are being made by researchers.

  • Local guard unit returns from Iraq

    Approximately 300 soldiers from the Lynchburg-based 1st Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, 116th Brigade Combat Team returned to the United States Aug. 19 after serving in Iraq since March.