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Today's News

  • District 5 School Board candidates

        Julie Bennington, who represents District 5 on the Bedford County School Board, is seeking her second term. She was first appointed to the board in the spring of 2007 to replace Bill Wiese, who left the area to take a new job in North Carolina, and won a full term in the regular election that fall.

  • Remembering 9/11

        Those attending Saturday’s 9/11 Prayer Breakfast in Bedford got an inside look—and an important reminder—of how and why many in the military value their prayers.

        Lieutenant Robert R. Bocek Jr., a former US Navy SEAL platoon commander, shared with them about the brotherhood forged through the elite SEAL members and the place faith plays on a daily basis for those who are Christians.
        “It does make a difference,” he said of prayer.

  • Forest woman not guilty of indecent liberties with minor

    A Bedford County woman was found not guilty, Wednesday morning in Bedford County Circuit Court, of taking indecent liberties with a minor.

  • It's time to go public

    After more than three years of behind-closed-doors talks, Bedford and Bedford County officials will release, and vote on, the agreed-to plan for the city to revert to a town.
        Officials have kept quiet about the details and the discussions—that began back in 2008—of the plan. They set today (Wednesday, Sept. 14) as the unveiling. Questions remain about what that plan will contain, but there are some issues that appear to be clear cut.

  • Community Events and Calendar (week of Sept. 7, 2011)

     

  • Church news (week of Sept. 7, 2011)

     

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  • Route 58 Tour

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    This past week on our Route 58 Tour, we traveled across the 5th District making over 40 stops from Stanleytown to Martinsville, Brosville, Danville, Ringgold, South Boston, Clarksville, Boydton, South Hill, La Crosse, Ebony, and Lawrenceville.

     

  • Serving the people of the 5th District

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    Constituent services continues to be a top priority for me in Washington, and there are several ways in which our office can help and serve 5th District Virginians.

     

  • Restoring the promise of America

    As we mark Labor Day we take the time to honor the ingenuity and perseverance of America’s workers.

     

    Of course, ours are the best workers in the world, and given a level playing field, they can compete and win against anyone. 

     

  • GOP has abandoned the middle class

        It’s important to have a sense of humor in life, but there are so many absurdities coming out of the Republican Party now that make one unsure as to whether to laugh or cry.

        Two recent events, seemingly unrelated, demonstrate once again what a straightjacket, hard-core party of extremists the GOP has become.