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Today's News

  • Lady Cav volleyballers douse Red Devils

    The Jefferson Forest netters needed to right their ship.  Who better to do so than against the defending Seminole champs? 

    The Lady Cavs dominated Rustburg last Thursday evening, sweeping the Red Devilettes 25-13, 25-13, 25-15 on the JF home court.

  • Old school rude: sports commentary

      Lately, I’ve been reading a number of analyses and opinions sparked by a few incidents over the past few weeks.

    Joe Wilson, Kanye West and Serena Williams have indulged in boorish behavior.

  • Bees sweep four-team meet

    With a last minute, surprise visit from the dominating Brookville Bees, the Liberty Cross Country team found that they needed to kick it into high gear. 

  • Unbeaten Minutemen crush Dogs

    Big, breaking plays and stalwart defense overcame sloppy ball-handling as Liberty manhandled Martinsville, 34-6.

  • Eagles' new streak stands at 1

    In ending its 28-game streak of futility, Staunton River showed that it has speed and skill and size and agility.

  • Cavs take district links crown

    Jefferson Forest fought off a furious challenge by E.C. Glass to take the regular season Seminole golf crown.

  • All games still a "go"

     Wet playing conditions will not put a damper on the local teams' games.

     

    Liberty will still play at Amherst.  The Lancers rarely cancel because of their artificial turf.  Unless there is lightning, you can count on Amherst playing.

    Staunton River will still visit James River.  Given that it's James River's homecoming, there is little surprise that they decided to keep this game.

  • Real stinkers

    They’re not quite the locusts of Pharaoh’s day. Nor do they (yet) qualify as a plague.

        Nonetheless, stink bugs seem to be on their way to those levels. All corners of the county are reporting a greater presence of the little stinkers, and folks want to know why and what they can do about it.

  • Board gives OK to campground

    The Bedford County Board of Supervisors approved a primitive campground off Stone Mountain Road by a 6-1 vote Monday night, following a public hearing on the request.

        The planning commission, last month, voted 4-1 in favor of a proposal by Linda Frisbee to establish a primitive campground, to be called Camp Karma, on her property. The vote came after a public hearing in which a majority of the speakers, many of them apparently angry, spoke against it.

  • Deeds rallies Party faithful

    By the time State Sen. Creigh Deeds rolled into town Saturday, most of the rain-soaked Centerfest crowd had already left for drier ground.

        All, that is, except for the Democratic Party faithful who had been anticipating his arrival. So, instead of shaking hands up and down the streets of Centertown, Deeds held an impromptu rally at Bedford Democratic headquarters.