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Today's News

  • Too wet to handle

        Last week’s rain fell far short of 40 days and 40 nights, but the four days of heavy rain created problems for almost everybody.

        A mud slide over the weekend closed one lane of U. S. 460 on the westbound side near its intersection with Va. 122.
        “The road is open and all is well,” said Jen Ward, a Virginia Department of Transportation spokesman in a phone interview on Monday afternoon.
        All was not well elsewhere.

  • 13 Cavaliers sign

    The front hallway of Jefferson Forest High School was filled with students and parents itching to get a good view of the Cavaliers’ monster signing for the 2018 class. Three tables were set up to hold 12 of the 13 students–one was not present–as they signed to continue their athletic career and education.
        

    Swimmers–Lizzy Braud, Brian Grimmett, Sutton Schonfelder and Caleb Rice–made up a third of the athletes present and got their own table.
        

  • Spring Seminole District Honors

    Baseball

    First Team: (JF) Dylan Kramer-Third Base, (JF) Jackson Cherry-Outfield, (JF) Griffin Agee-Pitcher

    Second Team: (JF) Bubba Jones-Pitcher, (JF) Jaylen Calloway-Outfield,

  • Blue Ridge Baseball Honors

    Blue Ridge District Baseball Honors
    (All Staunton River)


    First Team:

    Nick Funk-Catcher

    Second Team:

    Brock Porter-Outfielder, Pitcher

    Matt Marrs-Second Baseman

    Eddie Blake-Third Baseman, Utility

    Turner Crouch-Outfielder

    Logan Ball-Designated Hitter

  • Soccer: Light named Blue Ridge Player of the Year

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Five Staunton River Lady Golden Eagles found themselves on the first-team All-District list for the Blue Ridge District. At the top of that list was Abby Light who was named 2018 Blue Ridge District Player of the Year.
        

  • Softball: Jefferson Forest and Amherst set for rubber match on the diamond

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        

    The Lady Cavaliers of Jefferson Forest (16-4) ride a six-game win streak into the opening round of the 4D Regional Softball Tournament. The Lady Cavaliers strong finish positions them as the No. 4 seed in the tournament and gives them a home game against  Seminole District rival and No. 5 seed Amherst County (15-6) in the tournament’s opening round.
        

  • Double Duty

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Josh Thomas put pen to paper and signed on to become a dual sport athlete at UVA-Wise joining the basketball team and the baseball team.
        

    “I visited and I really like the campus and the atmosphere of the place,” Thomas said.
        

  • Trump’s stupid decision on the Iran deal

        President Boy Child has made the world a less safe place with his petty, vindictive decision to withdraw the United States from a deal with Iran that kept that country’s nuclear weapons program in check.
     Being the spoiled, whiny, narcissistic brat that he is, he pretended that his decision hadn’t been made until it was announced so he could draw maximum attention to himself. Whatever issue is before him, it’s not about the issue; it’s all about him.

  • Time to investigate the FBI

        The Mueller investigation has been churning on for a year now.
        Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian Government back in 2016. While he has indicted some people on unrelated charges dating from before their involvement with Donald Trump, Mueller has yet to produce any evidence of an offense by Trump, himself, that would be grounds for impeachment.

  • Innovairre makes big investment in county

        Innovairre has made a major investment in its plant on Elkton Farm Road, in Forest.

        The company has invested $4.85 million in two advanced inkjet presses which, according to Chad Stevens, the vice president for operations, can each produce 720 feet of printed material per minute. The new presses also mean the company will hire 12 additional employees. The presses can also be expanded with add ons.