So much has been said about the possible closing of Bedford Primary and/or Body Camp Schools this year. I’d like to draw parents’ attention to what the school administrator’s “strategic plan” has done and wants to do to Bedford Middle School.
That’s how a story in the Bulletin started some three -and-a-half years ago, noting that Bedford and Bedford County were well underway with talks about the city reverting to town status.
Now, apparently, an agreement may be near. At least that’s word on the street.
The public has been given little additional information in the 42 months since a possible reversion plan was first announced.
Annis McCabe was one of Bedford County’s many blessings. Annis passed away on August 16. A memorial service celebrating her life was held on August 19 in the beautiful garden of the Sedalia Center, the cultural arts facility north of Bedford City which she and her husband, the late Dr. William McCabe, helped establish.
Every day our office receives hundreds of phone calls, e-mails, faxes, and letters from people across the 5th District regarding the pressing issues that affect Central and Southside Virginians and all Americans.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) estimates that as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Identity thieves use identifying information such as a consumer’s Social Security number, credit card numbers, or other financial account information in order to conduct such fraud as opening up new credit cards and gaining access to bank accounts. The ramifications from such crimes can be financially disastrous for citizens and can be extremely difficult to resolve.