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Today's News

  • Forest defeats Woodgrove

    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        A explosive second quarter helped Jefferson Forest defeat Woodgrove 56-38 in the third round of 4A football playoffs last Friday.
        The black Friday night was nice and not too cold, and plenty of fans jammed into the stadium to cheer for the Cavaliers. Last year Forest lost out of the playoffs in round three and they were out to make up for that loss.

  • No bond for former JF color guard instructor

        A North Carolina man, being held on child sex and pornography charges, was denied bond last week in Bedford County Circuit Court. He was appealing a lower court ruling that had denied him bond on the charges.

  • Protecting the safety of America
  • Much to be thankful for

    By Nancy Strachan
    President/Founder
    Rwandan HUGS, Inc.

         During this season of giving thanks I want to express my deepest appreciation to everyone who supports Rwandan HUGS as we minister to Rwandan families with “a hand up rather than a hand out”and the Bedford community with compassion.

  • Why we’re thankful

    By James F. Burns

        An Ohio farm girl’s 1895 ride over a mountain is a metaphor for why we’re thankful for being Americans.  In a letter back home to her parents, Mary tells the story of her trip—from ”trial and tribulation” to triumph—tracing out our nation’s own exceptional journey.
        Mary was traveling to Virginia to take up a new job as an art teacher.  Her train arrived at Cumberland Gap at 5 a.m., only to find the tunnel through the mountain had caved in.

  • The bloody results of religious fanaticism

        In the wake of the latest terrorist attacks, word came before press time about the death of the instigator of the events in Paris. One can’t help but wonder. Did death bring him what he expected?
        He had committed himself to a violent path of extremism in the name of Islam, but violated the real teachings of that religion by killing a lot of innocent people. He met his own death before the age of 30.

  • Nous sommes tous français

        We are all French.

  • Being thankful

        Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; and His truth endures to all generations. Psalm 100:4-5 KJV

        We truly have so much to be thankful for.
        Times may be difficult, but we can all find something this year to bow our heads for and give thanks to the Giver of all good gifts.

  • Support local small businesses

        The Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging people to shop small this Saturday, Nov. 28. 
        Small Business Saturday is an opportunity to help small business owners with their most pressing need—getting more customers, according to the Chamber.

  • BRWA to hold meeting on project

        Construction on the new Smith Mountain Lake Water Treatment Plant and waterlines is now underway.
        The installation of the raw water pipeline that will run from the Authority’s water intake in the High Point subdivision to the proposed water treatment plant site on Radford Church Road has begun. A few hundred feet have already been installed.