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Sometimes, this job is a lot of fun.
Heck, it’s a lot of fun all the time.
If you thought the exit of our local high school teams brought an end to this year’s area hoops action, you’d best think again.
Every dog has its day.
They say it’s not what you take when you go, but what you leave behind.
In that case, Richard “Earl” Stinson left behind plenty.
Brandon Inge’s Spanish has gotten a lot better since he roamed the baseball diamonds of our area.
Should a quintet of Liberty players seek a legal order to prohibit Northside teams from entering Bedford County, it would be understandable.
Turner Ashby was a calvary general known as the “Black Knight of the Confederacy.”
And so the Winter Olympics exit stage left, not to be seen for another four years.
I am left with some random thoughts, which I shall share with you forthwith.
It’s that time of year again. High school seniors are receiving acceptance letters to the colleges of their dreams, and are getting riled up about graduation—that next step toward freedom and adulthood.
Liberty returned to Bedford Friday night with a haul of goodies from their trip to Amherst.
Regular season championship trophy? Check.
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