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Today's Opinions

  • Letter 03/30/13

    Fresh Air
    volunteers
     
        National Volunteer Week marks a special time of year for The Fresh Air Fund, and I would like to take this opportunity to extend my sincere thanks to our wonderful Fresh Air volunteers, hosts and supporters in Greater Lynchburg. Their continued dedication to our New York City children is exemplary for all community members and truly embodies the spirit of the 2016 National Volunteer Week, which is from April 10th to April 16th.

  • Failed policy

        While President Obama was busy in Cuba making nice with the human-rights breaking Castro regime, Muslim terrorists were at work in Belgium bringing havoc to that country and the rest of Europe.

  • Letter 03/23/16

    What about
    the custodians?

        I work for Bedford County Schools. I worked for a number of years at Forest Elementary School. We had a great staff and leadership. I’m now in charge of custodians at BSTC which is another great school, staff and leadership.

  • Letters 03/16/16

    Is sheriff a
    relative?

        I have not renewed my Bulletin subscription for several reasons.
        I was born in Bedford in 1932 and apparently have outlived most of my friends and family to the point I do not recognize names in The Bulletin anymore.

  • Letters 03/02/16

    Agree to disagree

        I have been approached by several individuals wondering if I intended to respond to Travis Witt’s letter entitled “On being a political extremist.”

  • letters 02/24/16

    Home Tour loses a friend

        It is with great sadness that we and other members of the Smith Mountain Lake Charity Home Tour management board learned about the recent passing of local resident David Lowry, a dear friend and supporter of the Home Tour.

  • Letters 02/03/16

    Christians
    and guns

        Recently Mr. Rick Howell wrote  about Christians and guns that deserves a thoughtful response.

  • Budget report paints grim outlook

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    Earlier this month in his State of the Union Address, the President painted a rosy picture of our nation’s economic future, claiming that we have created jobs while cutting deficits.  The President seems to believe that we have done enough to reduce our massive spending deficits, but I believe – and most Americans believe – that the future fiscal health of our nation remains one of the most serious problems facing our children and grandchildren.