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Today's News

  • Volleyball: Liberty wins on Senior Night, falls in Tournament

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Liberty volleyball sent seniors Kendra Ayers, Sami Massey and Chloe Eckard off in thrilling fasion with a 3-2 victory over Brookville on the Lady Minutemen’s senior night.
        

    The Lady Minutemen lost to Brookville earlier in the season, 0-3, but avenged that with a late win that impacted seeding for the Seminole District Tournament.
        

  • Football: E.C. Glass blitzes past Liberty

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The fourth quarter was certainly the most memorable 12 minutes of the ball game for the Liberty Minutemen. The 36 minutes prior is a time period that the Minutemen would surely like to move on from.
        

    Entering the game Liberty knew E.C. Glass was one of the top dogs in the Seminole District and it would take every ounce of fight the Minutemen had to takedown the Hilltoppers.
        

  • Volleyball: Staunton River drops Fleming in Blue Ridge Tournament

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The Staunton River Lady Golden Eagle volleyball team hosted William Fleming in the Wild Card round, of sorts, of the Blue Ridge District Tournament. The winner moves on to face Lord Botetourt while the loser’s season comes to a close.
        

    With the benefit of homecourt advantage Staunton River took down its Blue Ridge rival in straight sets, 25-17, 25-6, 26-24.
        

  • Volleybal: Lady Cavs dismantle Heritage

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    At no point in the night was the Jefferson Forest Volleyball team ever truly scared in the opening round of the Seminole District Tournament. The Lady Cavaliers, the district’s top seed, dominated from start to finish and took down Heritage in straight sets (25-11, 25-13, 25-19).
        

  • Football: Cavaliers fall to Bees’ late surge

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The Jefferson Forest Cavaliers opened the 2018 season going 49 days without losing a football game. Following a 44-36 loss to Seminole District rival Brookville, the Cavaliers have now dropped two straight in a seven-day span.
        

  • FMS project will be set at $25.7M

    Last week the Bedford County School Board reached a consensus on a $25.7 million expansion project for Forest Middle School.
        District 6 school board member Susan Kirby was the lone dissenting voice. District 7 school board member Martin Leamy was absent.

  • It’s time to pray—daily—for our nation

    By the Rev. John Salley
    Bedford

        If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, pray, seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land (2 Chronicles 7.14).

  • In praise of Sen. Tim Kaine

        There are some very good reasons why U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a Democrat, is so popular in what is now the “Blue” state of Virginia.
        Yes, our Commonwealth, which was once a Republican guarantee, has left the dark side and now communes with the righteous and the just, if I may put it spiritually.

  • Trump won

        I often tell people that they should read Rick Howell’s “Liberal Agenda” because he does a good job of articulating the crazy way liberals think. Last week, among other things, he spouted the standard “Democratic” propaganda line that President Donald Trump did not win the 2016 election.
        Perhaps most liberals can be excused for believing this line because they are ignorant. Mr. Howell, however, does not have that excuse. He has a degree in political science from Lynchburg College and he should know better.

  • County native to keynote Freedom Fund banquet

        When she was a little girl at Body Camp Elementary School, Rita Davis never thought that some day she would be counsel to the governor of Virginia.

        She did know, even then, that  she wanted to be a lawyer, but never knew that she would eventually become the governor’s official lawyer.