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Today's News

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Baseball: Timely offense lifts Cavaliers over Minutemen

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Jefferson Forest struggled all evening to get runners on base against Liberty in the opening round of the Seminole District Tournamet. The Cavaliers totaled one hit through the first six innings yet still found themselves in a scoreless game with a chance to win in the bottom of the seventh.
        

  • Soccer: Staunton River beats Byrd, rematch set

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The first matchup between the Lady Golden Eagles of Staunton River and the Lady Terriers of William Byrd ended without a winner. The second matchup between the two teams looked like it was headed the same direction on Friday May 11.
        

  • Softball: Third time's the charm?

    Staunton River’s first matchup in the Blue Ridge District Tournament is set. The Lady Golden Eagles, the tournament’s No. 3 seed, will faceoff against No. 2 Lord Botetourt for the third time this season on Thursday, May 17.
        

    The previous two matchups have looked identical on the scoreboard. Lord Botetourt defeated Staunton River at home 4-2 on Friday, April 13 then again by the same score at Staunton River on Friday, May 4.
        

  • Lady Cavaliers continue domination

    The Jefferson Forest girl’s soccer team has dominated this season in every facet possible. Finishing a perfect 16-0-0 and allowing just two goals all season the Cavaliers entered the Seminole District Tournament as the top seed and will enter the 4D Regional Tournament as the top seed as well.
        

    Heritage got the honors of being the Lady Cavaliers first victim in the Seminole District Tournament and Jefferson Forest wasted no time in scoring. The Lady Cavaliers scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of play.
        

  • Softball: Lemley leads Jefferson Forest

    Throughout the regular season Emma Lemley (107) and Meghan O’Neil (95) combined for 212 strikeouts. In the opening round of the Seminole District Tournament against Liberty Christian Lemley added 16 more strikeouts to her totals.
        

    Lemley pitched a complete seven innings and allowed just one hit while striking out 16 Lady Bulldogs to lead Jefferson Forest to a 8-0 victory in the tournament’s opening round.
        

  • Baseball: Staunton River closes regular season with win over Byrd

    The Staunton River Golden Eagles ride a wave of momentum in the Blue Ridge District Tournament by closing out the regular season with a 8-1 victory over Blue Ridge rival William Byrd.
        

    Starting in the first inning, with two on and one out Nick Funk drove in Matt Marrs with a line drive single. In the second inning Marrs notched an RBI for himself, driving in Logan Ball with a single. Immediately following Marrs’ at-bat Clay Shell hit a sacrifice fly that scored Aiden Brown and gave Staunton River a 3-0 lead.
      

  • Soccer: A pair of hat tricks lifts Liberty

    Two is better than one. For the Lady Minutemen Delaney Snead and Maria Young proved that philosophy true by each recording a hat trick in Liberty’s 7-2 victory over Amherst County in the opening round of the Seminole District Tournament.
        

    Snead had run absolutely wild on the Lady Lancers’ defense. Liberty scored 4-0 victories in each of the regular season meetings between the two teams. In those two games Snead scored five goals.