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Today's News

  • Rock-ed

      You don't limp into Rockbridge County if you hope to ride out of there with a victory.

  • Bee-hemoth

      Brookville showed a number of things in its 55-14 win over homestanding Liberty last Friday night.

  • Fundamentally sound

      Just before the teams were introduced at City Stadium Saturday night, the JF cheerleaders took to the field.

  • Reed steps down as president of D-Day Memorial Foundation

    On Friday, Sept. 28, the Board of Directors of the National D-Day Memorial Foundation accepted Robin Reed’s resignation as Foundation president. 

    Reed, who joined the Foundation in June 2010, stated that he would be pursuing other opportunities. 

  • Protecting American creativity and innovation

  • To tweak or not to tweak, that is the question

    By Stephen Stevick,
    Bedford County Planning Commissioner
    District 5, 2005 to 2011

        Bedford County Board of Supervisor member Ms. Tammy Parker and various members of the Bedford County Planning Department staff have announced that they were at odds with senior staff on the issue of whether or not the updating of the county’s zoning ordinance to bring it in line with the Comprehensive Plan should be comprehensively rewritten or simply “tweaked.”

  • Town Meeting

    I will be holding a Town Meeting at the Moneta Library on Saturday, October 13 starting at 10 a.m..  
        I would like to spend some time discussing the Bedford County 2025 Comprehensive Plan.  This Plan was adopted in 2007.  There is a requirement to review and update the Plan at least every five years. 

  • The ‘horse race’ looks good for Obama

    The chief lament in the presidential campaign right now may well be “so many polls, and so little time.”
        Time, that is, to stack them up all together and see how and if they make sense. Polls are the chief element of the “horse race” aspect of the campaign, obsessing over who’s winning and by how much, regardless of issues.

  • That’s a lot of money


        Last week District 5 Supervisor Steve Arrington reported to his fellow supervisors that the school board has developed a long range capital improvement plan with a price tag of $120 million. Arrington along with District 6 Supervisor Annie Pollard are the two supervisors who serve on the school liaison committee.

  • No intent to hide the vote

    Several times over the past couple of years we have used this space to criticize the Bedford County School Board for its lack of openness, specifically when appointing members to the board to fill seats left vacant because of resignations.