Today's News

  • Sports commentary: Spring conflict

      My editor approached me the other day, asking if I’d lend a hand in covering the upcoming graduation exercises of our three high schools.

  • Forest slides into States

    They missed one of their objectives, but they did get over one hump.

  • Lady Cav booters advance to States

    Nothing is easy from this point, on.

    Actually, it hasn’t been easy for a while.

  • Higher, further, stronger

    Fact:  There were a total of six field events in the State AA boys track and field championships.

    Fact:  Bedford County athletes won three of them.

  • Sports commentary: Cup casualties

      The World Cup kicks off this week.

  • Sports commentary: Help wanted

      We here at the Bedford Bulletin are like a big family.

    And I mean that in the most negative sense of the term.

  • Woman arrested for having goat in trunk

    A regional DUI checkpoint on U.S. 460 led to an animal cruelty charge against a Washington, D.C. woman last Friday.

        While checking one vehicle Bedford County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Allison Key heard a knocking noise coming from the trunk of a car. The deputy asked the driver what she had in the trunk and the driver said it was a goat, according to a report from the Bedford County Sheriff's Office.

  • Goodview students have unique event

    Goodview Elementary School held a unique field day earlier this month. Everything revolved around recycling. The high point of the event, what students were waiting for, occurred at the end. It involved “Mr. Z” and a goat.

        Eddie Zimmerman, known as “Mr. Z” to students, has been principal of Goodview Elementary School since it opened in 2000. Since the beginning of this year, he has been temporarily serving as Staunton River High School’s principal, but he will be back at Goodview in the fall.

  • Sheriff presents scholarships

    Sheriff Mike Brown recently presented $500 scholarship checks to Michael Moser and Rachel Hall, both Jefferson Forest High School seniors.

        Moser is headed for Radford University where he will major in criminal justice. Following graduation, he plans to work in local law enforcement to get experience, then go to work for the FBI. He’s done a ride-along with a sheriff’s deputy to get a first hand look at the job.

  • New learning center opens at Lake

    Retiring after 34 years in education does not mean that Becky Rowe is getting out of education.

        Rowe officially retires June 30 from Roanoke County Public Schools, where she serves as principal of Roanoke County Central Middle. This is a remedial reading program for middle school students.

        She got her start as a special education teacher and later went into school administration as principal of Roanoke County’s Oak Grove Elementary School.