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Today's News

  • JF cruises past Bees

        The Jefferson Forest boys soccer team cruised past Brookville in Seminole District action last week.
        Matthew Crider notched three goals with an assist as five Cavalier players found the back of the net in romping past the Bees 7-2.
        Marco Kempf, Ben Jackson, Dough Dickerson and Bryan Zaring each scored a goal, with Jackson also adding an assist for the Cavs.
        JF, with the win, improved to 8-0 overall, 6-0 in district action.

  • JF improves mark to 7-0 with win over Brookville

        Jefferson Forest earned two important Seminole District wins last week and, in the process, remained unbeaten.

  • Sports Commentary: Year-round sports

        Is this a good thing or a bad thing?

  • Sports enthusiasts have new place to go in Moneta

    By Peter Sawyer

    Intern Writer
    news@bedfordbulletin.com

         Beyond the Green offers more than the ordinary sports bar. Ryan Drake said he saw a need for a “classy” sports bar and restaurant when he vacationed at Smith Mountain Lake with his mother Sharon Landi.
        He wanted to open a business, but he had a bigger vision than a sports bar and restaurant.

  • Staunton River falls to Alleghany 1-0; district action heats up

        Missed opportunities.

  • Liberty notches first district win

        The Liberty Minutemen earned an important Seminole District victory last week, the team’s first of the season, doubling up Heritage 14-7.

        “I thought we played very hard the entire night,” stated LHS coach Stewart Grant about the victory.  “Early in the game, we weren’t real successful swinging the bat but we got things going in the sixth.” 
        Overall the victory improved LHS to 8-5, 1-4 in the Seminole.

  • The path to prosperity

    This past week House Republicans continued to take action to bring real change to Washington by passing a long term budget plan for 2012 and beyond, which stops spending money we don’t have, lifts our crushing debt burden, and helps promote job creation.

     

  • Taking control of the budget

  • Donald Trump lost in ‘birther’ land

        The resistance to Barack Obama as President of the United States has produced a virus of hysteria among some people in this country. The “birthers” are the one manifestation of this that just won’t die out.

        Now, along comes a very prominent person, the billionaire real estate mogul, Donald Trump, who says he’s interested in running for president. You’d think, given his success in business and finance, that Trump might want to highlight the deficit and the debt, job creation, and similar issues.

  • Getting ready for the big one

        A last minute deal between “Democrats” and Republicans on April 8 avoided a government shutdown. As details emerged last week, it became apparent why nobody was happy with the result.

        The “Democrats” didn’t want any cuts at all. A lot of Republicans aren’t happy because a lot of cuts appear to be not real cuts at all. Furthermore funding for the EPA, and a few other things that many Republicans are not happy with, didn’t get cut as deeply as they would have liked.