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Today's News

  • Solutions, not name calling, are needed

        Three weeks ago I mentioned why I’ve been citing the figures from the Rasmussen poll. Judging from Rick Howell’s Liberal Agenda from last week, it would appear that Mr. Howell has a reading comprehension problem. Actually, I’m sure Mr. Howell has no problem understanding what he reads. His problem is that he is a hyper zealous “Democratic” Party activist. so he will prefer polls that provide him with numbers to his liking.

  • He is Risen!

    Matthew 20:17-19
    17 Now Jesus, going up to Jerusalem, took the twelve disciples aside on the road and said to them, 18 “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be betrayed to the chief priests and to the scribes; and they will condemn Him to death, 19 and deliver Him to the Gentiles to mock and to scourge and to crucify. And the third day He will rise again.”

    Matthew 27:33-37:

  • Nursing home salaries to increase

    Board of Supervisors had its plate full, Monday night, starting with a 5 p.m. budget work session that preceded a regular 7 p.m. meeting.
        The work session took a look at enterprise funds. These are county operations that are intended to pay for their operations through fees they charge. One of these funds is the county’s nursing home. The nursing home is paid for entirely by fees it charges patients and receives no money from the General Fund.

  • Police locate man wanted for alleged February incident

        After several weeks of searching, the Bedford Police Department has arrested a Lynchburg man wanted on a number of felony warrants, including malicious wounding.
         On March 22 investigators with the Bedford PD apprehended Mark Hanson Elliott, 50, with the assistance of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. Elliott was wanted for several felony warrants including malicious wounding and sexual battery.  

  • A gratitude that never dies

        Warren Davis, a Florida resident who has never been to Bedford, had an eerie experience a few years ago. Davis, who was born several years after World War II ended, saw his name on a wall memorializing World War II dead.

  • Chamber banquet

        The Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated 79 years of serving local business with its annual awards dinner held at the Boonsboro Country Club Thursday night. More than 260 people attended the event.

  • Aponte appeals conviction to Supreme Court of Virginia

        Having lost her appeal before the Virginia Court of Appeals, Emily Lynn Aponte has appealed her conviction of involuntary manslaughter to the Supreme Court of Virginia.

  • Moneta Rec hosts Moneta Madness

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Children sat across the sidelines and their families filled the Moneta Elementary School gym for the first ever Moneta March Madness event.
        

  • Tennis: Liberty shuts out Brookville

    Liberty Tennis traveled to Brookville for a Seminole District matchup with the Bees. The Minutemen shutout the Bees in a 9-0 victory.
        

    Zach Key picked up a 8-1 win over Reed Rosenbaum. Will Davis followed that with a hard fought match against Kevin Young. Davis prevailed 8-6 for the second win of the day for Liberty.
        

    Davis and Key teamed up for doubles and scored a 8-1 victory over the team of Rosenbaum and Young.
        

  • Baseball: Revenge, walk-off style

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    It felt like Deja Vu for the Golden Eagles on Saturday. Entering the sixth inning of a rematch with Jefferson Forest tied 1-1 and the Cavaliers broke the tie in the sixth inning just as they had the week before. Only this time Staunton River responded in the seventh inning to win, in walk-off fashion, 5-4.