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Today's News

  • Update: Arrests made in death of teen found deceased on road

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  • Update: Lockdown lifted at five Bedford County schools

    The lockdown of five Bedford County schools that were placed on lockdown this morning has been lifted, according to Bedford County Public Schools.

    The schools had been placed on lock down while a law enforcement investigation was taking place in the Forest Zone.

    Forest Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Elementary, Otter River Elementary, Forest Middle School and Jefferson Forest High were the schools on lock down.

  • It’s budget season in the county

    By Steve Wilkerson
    District 3 Supervisor
    Bedford County

        Greetings once again. 
        It’s time for the latest quarterly update on the actions by and issues confronting the Bedford County Board of Supervisors.  Besides, it’s budget season, a most critical and intense period on the calendar. 

  • Wiretap claim another Trump absurdity

        It’s been reported that even Donald Trump’s aides and Cabinet officers live in fear of what kind of nonsense he’ll put out next on his infamous Twitter feed.
        He is, after all, the president – God help us – and generally when a president makes a statement, well, it’s considered a declaration of policy. Cabinet officers, allegedly, worry about what he might say in the middle of the night, because the next day, they may have to defend it as policy.

  • An election every year

    If you like politics like I do, then Virginia is a great place to live. We have an election every year. Federal elections and most city and town elections take place on even numbered years. State and county elections are held on odd numbered years.

  • Lynchburg man pleads guilty to soliciting a minor

    By Emily Scruggs
    Intern Writer
    news@bedfordbulletin.com

        Michael Scott Capley, 49, of Lynchburg, pleaded guilty to two felony charges of soliciting a minor in Bedford County’s Circuit Court on Tuesday, March 14. 
        According to Assistant Com-monwealth’s Attorney Stacey Gardner, Capley responded to an ad placed on Craigslist on May 17, 2016. The ad, created by an undercover investigator, insinuated that a 14-year-old girl was seeking friendship in the Lynchburg area. 

  • Bedford man charged with shooting woman twice

        On March 19, deputies with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shots fired call at an address on Hale Street in Goodview. 
        When deputies arrived they heard screaming coming from the residence and located a female victim who had been shot.  Upon investigation, it was determined that the suspect, Ronald Lumsden, 63, had come to the residence and allegedly shot the female twice during a struggle, according to a news release from the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office.

  • County: No tax increase

        In a brief Monday night meeting, preceded by a work session, the Bedford County Board of Supervisors voted 6-0, with District 4 Supervisor John Sharp absent, to advertise tax rates for the coming fiscal year.
        The advertised tax rates will remain the same as the current year’s rates. Once tax rates have been advertised, state law prohibits the supervisors from raising them above the advertised rate. They can, however, lower them.

  • Lake Christian Ministries exceeds expectations during Roanoke Valley Gives campaign

    By Emily Scruggs
    Intern Writer
    news@bedfordbulletin.com

        “This is just an incredibly generous, gracious community,” said Lake Christian Ministries (LCM) member Jerry Hale about the Lake community.
         Hale along with several other members of the LCM provided refreshments, entertainment and assistance for donors during the Roanoke Valley Gives (RVG)  campaign day at Wainwright and Co. Relators in Moneta.

  • Johnson to run again in District 2

        District 2 School Board member Jason Johnson has announced plans to seek re-election to the District 2 seat on the Bedford County School Board.