Today's News

  • Fuel taken from two churches

        The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the larceny of fuel oil from two county churches.
        On Saturday, Dec. 1 Beaver Dam Baptist Church, 10665 Stewartsville Rd., reported fuel oil missing from the church’s  oil  tank  located behind the church. On Friday evening, a dark color F-150 Ford truck was seen in the area of the church, according to a release from the BCSO.

  • Thieves target churches

        Baby Jesus was missing, but arrests in his theft were imminent Tuesday afternoon.
        A crime stoppers tip had led investigators to as many as five suspects alleged to have been involved with taking figurines from a Nativity scene at a Forest church this week, according to Major Ricky Gardner of the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office. Recovery of the figurines had not occurred, however.

  • Hardwood hard-ache

      High drama was the order of the evening, and Liberty and Staunton River delivered on that order in ways that would make Meryl Streep blush.

  • Minettes put it together

      There are some questions about the Liberty girls basketball program, the answers to which are uncertain:

  • Pooled resources

      The beat goes on.

  • JF lassos River lasses

      Count them out of the running for a County championship.

  • Sports commentary: Strong for Long

      "Some coach came up to me and asked how he could become Long Strong.

  • Missing: Baby Jesus and others from the Nativity

    The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the larceny of figures from a nativity scene from the Shiloh United Methodist Church located at 18121 Forest Road Forest. The church is located at the corner of Graves Mill Road and Forest Road.
    A church member advised that the items were stolen sometimes between 9 p.m. Sunday night and 6 a.m. Monday.
    The stolen figures: (3) wise men, (2) sheep, (1) shepherd, (1) cow, (1) camel, (1) donkey, baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
    The figures are three to four feet tall, freshly painted and are 40 to 50 years old.

  • Keeping in touch – Our monthly video address

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    Keeping in touch with the people of Virginia’s 5th District is very important to us and one of the ways in which we stay in touch is by filming a video address at the end of each month. Please visit our website at hurt.house.gov to view our November Monthly Video Address and you may read the address below: 


  • Leading the House Judiciary Committee

    Earlier this week I was selected by my colleagues in the House of Representatives to serve as the 52nd Chairman of the House Committee on the Judiciary. It will be an honor to serve as Chairman of this Committee that will play a critical role in advancing pro-growth policies to create jobs and restore economic prosperity for families and businesses in the Sixth District of Virginia and across the nation.