Today's News

  • Church News (week of Feb. 2, 2011)


    Empowering relationships seminar
        Eastlake Community Church in Moneta is sponsoring the Family Foundations video seminar titled Empowering Relationships on February 18-19.  This seminar focuses on improving one's relationship with family, friends, coworkers and others.  Anyone who has suffered a broken marriage, an unsuccessful career or a general lack of happiness will find comfort and healing in this seminar.  Enrollment is limited.  Call Dr. Gary Jones at 297-2273 for registration information.

  • Minutemen find revenge is not always easy

      Peter Sawyer

  • Lady Cavs push Minettes around on hardwoods

      It was a game with a (likely) fifth-place berth on the line.

  • JF rules County mats

    In spite of its record of success, Jefferson Forest High School has had quite a drought when it has come to county wrestling championships.

  • Sports commentary: Super Bowl tips

      Right about now, you should have your plans locked down for the Super Bowl, choosing from the four options you have on how to spend the big day.

  • Cutting government spending to create jobs and grow the economy

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

  • BBB warns of new scam

    If you didn't return that copy of "Ghostbusters" before Hollywood Video closed their doors last year, you may run into trouble if you're looking to take out a mortgage or finance a car. That's because National Credit Solutions (NCS), a debt collection agency, may have filed negative reports to credit reporting agencies for thousands of consumers who owed late fees when the company went bankrupt last year.

  • Balancing the budget and growing our economy

    It is no secret that the American people are facing a very tough economic climate.  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 great country and wonder if their children will grow up in the same America they did.  People are looking for real solutions to the problems we face.

  • Work on legislation continues

        This week at the Capitol, the deadline for filing bills passed, the General Assembly continued its work on a wide range of legislation, and the weather ranged from frigid to wet to frigid again.  It’s another week in Richmond, as we near the halfway mark of the 46-day session.

  • Toddler falls into pond

    At 3:27 p.m. on Tuesday, Bedford County 911dispatchers received a call from a caller on Bell Town Road who reported that they had found a 2-year-old toddler in a back yard pond and he was not breathing.  
        When the first deputy arrived on the scene at 3:32 p.m., the mother was holding the unresponsive child, according to a release from the Bedford County Sheriff's Office. The deputy took the child from the mother and as he was carrying the child to the ambulance, the deputy began to attempt resuscitation.