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Today's News

  • Liberty soccer men sock Pioneers

      The Liberty boys soccer team turned in its best performance of the Eric Seckman era.

  • Liberty rings up pair of diamond wins

      A pair of quality wins.

  • 5th District concerns generate legislation: The Preserving Rural Resources Act

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    Hearing the feedback from the people of the 5th District is very important to me. That is why I have spent countless hours traveling across the 5th District and visiting Central and Southside Virginians in their neighborhoods and their workplaces. The concerns that I hear from the citizens from Danville to Charlottesville and from Franklin to Brunswick guide me as I serve the 5th District in Washington.

     

  • Protecting our economic and national security

  • Pension plan for veterans

    By Bob Kibler

        Veterans with low incomes who are either permanently and totally disabled, or ages 65 and older, may be eligible for monetary support if they have 90 days or more of active military service, at least one day of which was during a period of war.

  • Analysts blame GOP for D.C. gridlock

    Everyone knows there’s gridlock in Washington and that it’s probably worse than it’s ever been. But the common explanation for it may be wrong.
        Asked to explain, most people would render a “well, both parties, liberals and conservatives alike, share the blame” Or, nothing gets done in Washington because all politicians are alike, and they’re only out for themselves.

  • Government can think creatively


        In an era of tight budgets, the Bedford County Department of Parks and Recreation is doing something right. The staff are finding creative ways to fulfill their mission; and even improve the way they fulfill their mission, without asking the county’s taxpayers for more money.

  • The true spirit of giving

    Much has been made recently of folks “paying their fair share.” In the political world, this is the hottest of topics.
        But the truth is, there are a lot more important ways to help this country out than paying the government more taxes. And it doesn’t cost anyone a dime—or even a penny. What it does cost is time.
        Volunteers are the true heroes of this country—they understand what it means to “pay their fair share.” And many go far beyond that.

  • Estrada returns to faith-based films

        Local casting calls for “Finding Faith” have gone well, according to Scott Ward, executive producer for the film.

        Ward was in Lynchburg last week to promote the film and work on the casting efforts. The film focuses on a 14-year-old teen, Faith Garrett, who falls victim to an online predator and is abducted.

  • Students promote safe driving

        A group of students at Liberty High School weren’t about to let their peers enter prom week without getting the message to be safe while driving last weekend.

        That’s why students at LHS found themselves walking by a mock accident and funeral scene on Wednesday.