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Today's News

  • Minutemen win a beaut over Heritage on the gridiron

     

    On the big stage, the Minutemen proved they are big time.

    The knock on Liberty is that the team hadn't yet won in a "big-game" environment.

    They have now.

  • Bedford Post Office to offer USMC Postal Cancellation
  • Two new faces join Town Council

        A special election, required as a result of Bedford's annexation of some territory as part of it's reversion deal with the county brought two new faces to Town Council.
        Tim Black was the number one vote getter in the six-way race for Council's four two-year seats. Black got 1,104 votes, representing 23 percent of the votes cast. Black is the son of former clerk of the circuit court Carol Black.

  • BCSO deputies involved in shooting
  • Credit Union, school team up at JFHS

        Students at Jefferson Forest High School can take care of some basic financial transactions at the school’s new student-run Credit Union branch at the school cafeteria.

  • Artisan Trail is up and running

    Bedford’s Artisan Trial is up and running. The trail consists of artisan studios that are open to the public and sell directly to the public and agribusinesses that sell directly to the public, or supply other trail sites. Galleries are also included.

        There are restaurants on the trail. According to Mitchell Bond, of Goose Creek Studio, the restaurants are locally owned — not a chain — and include characteristics such as being in an historic building, having live music or featuring cuisine that is traditional for this area.

  • Interactive haunted house promises unique approach

        Liberty High School theater students are preparing what they call an interactive haunted house. Actually, according to Shayna Crews, the high school’s theater teacher, it’s more like interactive theater.  People from the audience become part of the story.

        “There will be spooky things   happening   here,”Crews promised.

  • Council candidates face off

        Bedford town residents had a chance last week to hear from the men who are seeking seats on Town Council next Tuesday.
        The candidate forum, sponsored by the Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce, gave each candidate five minutes to make an opening statement. That opening was followed by a question and answer period with questions submitted by the audience. All questions had to be submitted written on question cards, giving the chamber members who moderated the forum a chance to screen them.

  • County pitches in for fireworks display

        Bedford County will join the town of Bedford and the Moose Lodge to pay for a Fourth of July fireworks show on July 3. The measure was approved by the board of supervisors on a 6-1 vote Monday night, with District 2 Supervisor Curry Martin casting the lone dissenting vote.

  • Polls open at 6 a.m. Nov. 4

        Area voters head to the polls Tuesday with Bedford voters electing council members and everyone having the opportunity to vote in a congressional race and a US Senate race.
        Polls open at 6 a.m. and will remain open until 7 p.m.