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Today's News

  • Benefit Softball Game

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The sixth annual First Clergy and First Responder Benefit Softball Game was played Monday, Sept. 12 at the Forest Youth Athletic Association field.
        The First Clergy took the win with a 20-13 victory over the First Responders. The Clergy is now 5-1 over the First Responders.
        The softball game benefits the Bedford Women’s Shelter.

  • Jefferson Forest volleyball defeats LCA

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Jefferson Forest volleyball team defeated Liberty Christian Academy 3-2 after five long sets last Thursday.
        LCA won the first two sets 25-22 and 25-19. The Lady Cavaliers came back in the third set winning 25-15.
        Forest fought in the fourth to defeat LCA 25-17. The match was tied at 2-2 and the final set commenced. In a close set, JF finished with a 15-12 win to give them the match win.

  • Week 4 Football Previews

    Staunton River football travels to JF

  • Mattson takes second place at Knights Crossing

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        All three Bedford County cross country teams participated in the Knights Crossing Invitational last Saturday. Alexis Mattson, of Liberty, finished second place in the girls black race with a time of 20:47.
        Mattson was the only county athlete to finish in the top 10. However, Madelynn Knight, of JF, finished 11th in the girls red race with a time of 19:17. Caleb Muller, of JF, finished 14th in the boys red race with a time of 16:20.

  • Extra Points: Sept. 14

        This year’s NFL season started this past week, finally, and there has been a lot of controversy around the NFL players and other athletes who are now choosing to take a knee or sit during the National Anthem.
        While I agree they have every right to do that because the soldiers who have fought, been injured and even lost their lives did it for us to continue to have our freedom. We all have the right to free speech and I think it is good that people exercise their rights.

  • Where will they play?

    By John Barnhart
    News Reporter

        Where will Liberty High School’s (LHS) baseball team practice and play home games while the new competition gym is being built? That’s what was on the mind of the folks who spoke during the public comment session at Thursday night’s school board meeting.

  • One point costs Forest the game

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Jefferson Forest was unable to seal a victory over Magna Vista when a failed two point conversion cost the Cavaliers a victory last Friday, losing 36-35.
        “I do not feel we are playing to our potential,” said JF Coach Bob Christmas.
        Magna Vista took over the football game quickly last Friday leading 21-7 at halftime. Forest  came back in the second half, but was unable to get that last score for the win.

  • River flows past Liberty

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Too many mistakes led to Liberty’s 55-12 loss to Bedford County Rival Staunton River last Friday.
        The Golden Eagles picked up their running game in the third quarter to pull away from the Minutemen.

  • Fifth District small businesses are our economic engine

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

  • The American flag

    By James F. Burns

     “I’ve been to the moon. I’ve been burned. But more often I’m honored. I’m your American flag.”