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Letters

  • Letters 10/18/17

    Edgar Tuck

        We’ve known Edgar Tuck for a number of years and wholeheartedly believe he will make an excellent addition to the county Board of Supervisors as the District 2 representative.

  • Letter 10/11/17

    Here’s one you missed

        A few days ago, I saw a snippet of a story on television. 
        A former Marine who lost both legs in an I.E.D. ambush somewhere in Iraq or Afghanistan was asked about Colin Kapernick’s stunt(s) at these NFL football games.  He strapped on his two prostheses, and gently but firmly lowered himself, without assistance, to the floor.  Then he looked up at the reporter and cameraman and said, “That’s called taking a knee.” He said nothing else.

  • Letters 10/04/17

    Supports Sylvester

        I’m writing to express my support for Fred Sylvester who is running for the District 2 seat of the Bedford County Board of Supervisors. 

  • Letters 09/27/17

    Fred IS For Bedford

        Fred Sylvester is running for Bedford County Supervisor in District 2.  I suspect that all Bedford County residents agree that we need to increase and improve the levels of service in certain areas such as schools, police, fire and rescue, broadband access and more.  But, we are all concerned about increasing taxes.

  • Letters 09/20/17

    Do something
    positive

        It is always amusing when someone who has no children attempts to advise parents on how to raise their offspring. It is equally ludicrous when someone outside the faith assumes the position of advisor to Christians by telling them what they and their churches should do in response to racism.
        On the Opinion page of the Bedford Bulletin, last week, a regular columnist appeared to think that his perception of Christians was more important than reality.

  • Letter 09/13/17

    DAR Ready for Centerfest

        Members of the Peaks of Otter Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution have had a busy summer developing and completing several projects.  The sale of these items will fund the things we do to help our Bedford community.  We are pleased to announce the following that will be available for purchase at Centerfest in downtown Bedford on September 23, 2017. 

  • Letters 08/30/17

    Taken care of

        I want to thank The Bedford Life Saving Crew for a job well done on August 8, 2017, for getting me to Bedford Centra Hospital and I want to thank all the staff on 3 a.m. shift in The Emergency Room for the quick efficiency work they did for me.
        I don’t believe I would be here today if it wasn’t for each and everyone of them and the good Lord pulling me thru my sickness.
        I want to thank all the staff in the I.C. unit on my stay afterward.

  • letters 08/23/17

    Uphold American ideals

        During World War II, 416,800 American soldiers died defeating our enemies arrayed around the world. This included the Nazi forces of Germany, the Fascists of Italy, and the militaristic expansionists of Japan.

  • Letter 08/23/17

    Give an hour a week

        As the new school year begins, I’d like to make our community aware of a wonderfully meaningful experience that has been in our area for several years: The Big Brothers Big Sisters Site-Based Mentor Program.
        It is designed to pair a caring adult with a child in need of extra support.  They meet once weekly at school for about an hour during the child’s lunch/recess time.

  • Letter 08/09/17

    Be careful out there

        There seems to be an up-tick in the number and severity of incidents around the lake over the past several weeks.
        Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire Rescue reports:
        * We have had two drownings at the lake this year.
        * Two 14 year old children were very seriously injured while operating jet skis in Hatcher Creek. The skis collided with each other at speed resulting in the injuries.