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Today's Opinions

  • Farmers Market seeks part-time market manager

    By Amanda Adams
    Executive Director
    Bedford Main Street, Inc.

        Many changes are in store for the Bedford Farmers Market this season.
        The Management Team has announced it will be hiring a part-time market manager to oversee both the Friday Farmers Market and the monthly Saturday Community Market for 2015.

  • Standing strong for the Constitution

    A decision made by a U.S. District Court in Texas just a few days ago has had a major impact on President Obama’s recent executive actions to unilaterally change our immigration laws. The court’s injunction temporarily halts the President’s deferred action program for unlawful immigrants, essentially ruling that he overstepped his powers in trying to grant legal status and “benefits and privileges” to millions of illegal immigrants.

  • The threat of ISIL requires clear and bold action

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

  • Farmers Market takes a step forward

        The community is taking a fruitful step forward as it implements changes to the Bedford Farmers Market.
        The changes should yield a good harvest for both area farmers and their customers.
        The proposed changes are the result of community meetings and a management team overseeing the transition of the market.

  • Obama just makes matters worse

        It seems Greece has managed to elect a leader who is even more prone than President Barack Obama to let his mouth write checks his backside can’t cash.

  • Prayer breakfast remarks rile extremists

        For most people, President Obama’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast was a historically accurate attempt to make a simple, basic point: Any religion can be twisted and distorted to justify evil.
        “Any religion,” of course, is a phrase that must necessarily include Christianity. Sadly, there are certain self-styled Christians who – in the popular phrase from film - “can’t handle the truth.”

  • Addressing workforce development

        With more than half of this year’s General Assembly session behind us and with the legislative halfway mark, crossover, looming, this week in Richmond was filled with action on bills and resolutions.

  • Bedford—The best little town in America

    By Bill and Ethan Vickery
    Bedford

        “What Do I Think?” the writer asked last week regarding our, “Quaint little town of Bedford”. She implied the town needed more entertainment. We’ve lived here 10 years so we can at least partly answer her question.