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Today's News

  • Jefferson Forest girls defeat Heritage

    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Jefferson Forest girls basketball team almost lost their final regular season game in the third period. The Lady Cavaliers rallied in the fourth and secured a 53-44 victory over Heritage last Thursday, Feb. 11.

  • They're all gone now

        It was a bright, cold February day in 1941 when a group of young Bedford men boarded a train at Bedford’s railroad passenger station for what they thought would be a year of federal service. The men were members of Bedford’s Army National Guard Company A.

  • Winter Storm Warning in Effect: Watch for updates

    SALEM DISTRICT:  ROAD CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO WORSEN AS SNOW CHANGES TO FREEZING RAIN THIS AFTERNOON

    Travel not advisable this afternoon and into the evening hours

  • School Board moving ahead on construction projects

       By John Barnhart and Tom Wilmoth
    Staff Writer
    johnbarhart@bedfordbulletin.com
     

  • Lynchburg man will seek trial for taking knife to man’s throat

    Instead of entering a plea, the 37-year-old Lynchburg man, accused of cutting a man across his face and neck last September, is now planning to seek a jury trial, scheduled for March 29.
        Michael Dale Fitzgerald was in court last Friday afternoon for what was originally scheduled as a plea, but turned into a motions hearing to have the trial date set. Fitzgerald was arrested Sept. 28 for the alleged attack which had occurred Sept. 23.

  • Bedford woman is thankful to be jailed

        Testimony in Circuit Court last Tuesday described  Rebecka Lynn Jones, 33, as being as much of a victim as she was a criminal. Jones faced sentencing after being found guilty of manufacturing methamphetamine.
        She had already spent six months in jail at the time of her sentencing and described being in jail as a lifesaving experience.
        “My prayers were answered by being put in jail,” she said.

  • New taquería opens in Bedford

    Bedford’s newest restaurant is named Azul.

        This means “Blue” in Spanish and the main color used in its interior and exterior decoration is blue. Michael Siehien who, along with his wife, Lauren, own the restaurant, explained his choice.
        “Blue is my favorite color,” he said.
        He also wanted something short and easy to remember.
        “Michael played with a lot of names,” Lauren commented.

  • Back in prison — this time for 15 years

        Since 1994, Larry Preston Caldwell Jr. has been in and out of court including for eight felony sentencing events – and he’s never successfully completed a term of probation before facing new charges.

    `    Caldwell, 40, will have the next 15 years in prison to think about that after being sentenced for a malicious wounding charge and a probation violation after being out of prison for only eight months on similar charges.

  • Aponte in court

        A motion to suppress a blood alcohol concentration test (BAC) conducted on a woman accused of driving while drunk during an accident in which her 6-year-old son was killed was denied during a hearing Tuesday in Bedford County Circuit Court.
        Judge James Updike said there was enough probable cause and exigent circumstances to allow the test, though in essence it was a warrantless search.

  • Majority of board appears to agree on cost of new school

        After a presentation by representatives of M. B. Kahn and Moseley architects, and considerable discussion, the county supervisors reached a consensus on a $44 million price tag for the new middle school during a 5 p.m joint work session with the school board.