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Today's News

  • Baseball field will get bathrooms

        Two weeks after the Liberty Middle School and LHS competition gym projects are finished, the Bedford County School Board plans to advertise for contractors to rough in restrooms at the new baseball field.

  • Boards plan for CIP

    The Bedford County Board of Supervisors and the School Board met, Thursday night, to listen to a presentation from Dr. Reid Wodicka, assistant county administrator,  on capital improvement plan (CIP) options.
        “We think it’s important that we be as comprehensive as possible,” Dr. Wodicka said.

  • Targeted therapy produces fewer side effects

        “I had prostate cancer,” said Don Toms.

        Toms, who lives in the Bedford area, did research before opting on a treatment for his cancer. He said he didn’t want surgery because, he said, prostate cancer surgery often leaves a man incontinent. He talked to a radiologist about radiation therapy and said he wasn’t happy with what he heard.

  • Christmas season events planned for Bedford

        Centertown Bedford will provide plenty of opportunities to get in the Christmas season spirit over the next several weeks.
        December events kick off with a tree lighting event in Centertown Park on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. There will be music and performances by LeeAnne Ashley Studio of Dance.
        Santa Land will also open Dec. 1 and will be located inside Meraki Artworks, 111 S. Bridge St. Santa will be there on Dec. 1, Dec. 8 and Dec. 15 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. each evening.

  • Tuck, Hill win local races

        Voters in two Bedford County districts, District 2 and District 4, had a choice in local elections when they went to the polls Tuesday. Most selected Edgar Tuck, for District 2 Supervisor, and Marcus Hill, for District 4 School Board member.

  • Carson appointed to serve on Town Council

        Bedford Town Council appointed Bob Carson to fill Jim Vest’s unexpired term when it met last week. Carson had served on Council before, prior to choosing not to run for reelection last year. Prior to the action, people seeking the appointment had a chance to speak before Council.
        “There are a lot of good things going on in this community,” Carson said.
        He also said people, even if they gripe, like the town.

  • Garden Tour of Homes

        The Bedford Council of Garden Clubs will hold its 2017 Christmas Home Tour on Sunday, December 3, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  The theme for this year’s tour was inspired by a sign in a local barber shop around 1950 – “The Worlds Best Little Town.”  “WBLT” became the call letters for the local radio station.

  • Garden Tour of Homes

        The Bedford Council of Garden Clubs will hold its 2017 Christmas Home Tour on Sunday, December 3, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  The theme for this year’s tour was inspired by a sign in a local barber shop around 1950 – “The Worlds Best Little Town.”  “WBLT” became the call letters for the local radio station.

  • Defending Protestant Christianity

        Upon returning from a wonderful vacation trip to the Rocky Mountains, where we admired God’s magnificent creation, waiting for us was Rick Howell’s “Religion Often Keeps People Backward” in the Bedford Bulletin.
        I will only defend Protestant Christianity and list a few of its forward accomplishments in America:
        Author, Ben Hart points out that 98% of the colonists were professing Protestant Christians. The percentage was the same at the time of the War for Independence.

  • Huge Dem victory repudiates Trump

        “Virginia rejects your hateful politics, Mr. Trump. This isn’t a wave; it’s a tsunami.”
        So wrote the New York Times on the morning of Nov. 8, after Democrats Ralph Northam, Justin Fairfax and Mark Herring not only stormed to victory across the state, but led their House of Delegates candidates to shatter the GOP’s 32-vote advantage.