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Today's News

  • May next year be much better

         For many Americans, fond memories we have about 2016 are eclipsed by the horrendous, regrettable result of the most unusual presidential election of modern times.
        Hillary Clinton was undoubtedly the most qualified presidential candidate in many decades. But Donald Trump tapped into something nasty in this year’s electorate. The desire among frustrated whites for “an outsider” fueled his drive.

  • Trump makes excellent cabinet picks

  • In an emergency

        Brian Buccola, a Goodview resident, carried a passion for emergency medicine one step further earlier this month.

  • Rhode Island man charged with soliciting local child

        Paulo B. Tomas, 45, of Cumberland, Rhode Island was arrested by Rhode Island State Police, Friday, on charges related to a child sexual exploitation investigation in Bedford County,.

  • New waste center opens

        Bedford County officially opened it’s new Stewartsville Waste and Recycling Center on Drewry’s Hill Road, just off Va. 24. The opening took place at 1 p.m., Dec. 19 with some county residents already waiting in line. The old dumpster site, located farther down Drewry’s Hill Road, was closed at the same time.

        According to District 1 Supervisor Bill Thomasson, the Stewartsville dumpster site is the second busiest waste disposal site in Bedford County.

  • Clothing and household goods ministry opens

    Faith Fellowship Assembly of God has opened The Clothing & Prayer Closet on West Depot Street. According to Rev. Jim Booth, the pastor, it’s goal is to help families who have nothing and have no local support system to help them. The Closet will stock clothing, shoes, household goods,  furniture and toys. There will be no charge for anything. Everything will be given away.

  • Extra Points: My thoughts of Duke University Basketball

        I cannot believe the audacity of Grayson Allen, the Duke University basketball player. Last week he tripped another player,  and when a foul was called he threw a temper tantrum on the sidelines. His tantrum was so irate that a coach assisted by staff had to constrain him until he calmed down, and he thought a face-to-face apology would be good enough.

  • Swimming Preview

    Jefferson Forest looking for another run at States

  • Police still seeking missing teen

    Brianna Hederick, a Bedford teen, is still missing and Bedford police are actively looking for her.

        According to Lt. Shannon Walker,  Hederick, who is 16, was last seen in her home at 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 5. She was reported missing the next day.
        “We have no evidence of foul play,” Walker said.

  • Liberty boys defeat Staunton River

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Liberty fell to Hidden Valley 61-38 last Wednesday, in a non-conference match-up. The Titans came into the game 5-2, falling to William Byrd and Henry.
        The Minutemen gave HV a run in the first quarter but fell behind. The Titans led 17-15.
        Liberty was unable to keep up in the second quarter as Hidden Valley held them off and went into halftime leading 33-17.