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Bedford family dog is recovering from bear attack

Bedford family dog Ares gets treated for wounds consistent with a bear attack on Monday, Nov. 13, 2017. (photo: Corey Ramsey) Don Barlow received a dreadful call Monday evening after neighbors noticed his family's dog, Ares, sitting on the side of the road injured. "I didn't know if he was going to

WSET - 2017-11-17 00:49:02

Christmas season events planned for Bedford

Centertown Bedford will provide plenty of opportunities to get in the Christmas season spirit over the next several weeks. December events kick off with a tree lighting event in Centertown Park on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. There will be music and performances by LeeAnne Ashley Studio of Dance. Santa La

BEDFORD BULLETIN - 2017-11-16 20:37:00

Tuck, Hill win local races

Voters in two Bedford County districts, District 2 and District 4, had a choice in local elections when they went to the polls Tuesday. Most selected Edgar Tuck, for District 2 Supervisor, and Marcus Hill, for District 4 School Board member. Tuck, running as an independent, defeated Brian O'Connor

BEDFORD BULLETIN - 2017-11-16 20:35:00

Targeted therapy produces fewer side effects

"I had prostate cancer," said Don Toms. Toms, who lives in the Bedford area, did research before opting on a treatment for his cancer. He said he didn't want surgery because, he said, prostate cancer surgery often leaves a man incontinent. He talked to a radiologist about radiation therapy and sai

BEDFORD BULLETIN - 2017-11-16 20:27:00

Baseball field will get bathrooms

Two weeks after the Liberty Middle School and LHS competition gym projects are finished, the Bedford County School Board plans to advertise for contractors to rough in restrooms at the new baseball field. The board voted unanimously Thursday to take the step to add the restrooms after several mont

BEDFORD BULLETIN - 2017-11-16 20:03:00

Some Bedford residents will see water service disruption Thursday

BEDFORD, Va (WSET) - Bedford Regional Water Authority (BRWA) customers in the area of Jackson St. and Grove St. are expected to have a water service disruption today Thurs., November 16th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To avoid any problems, officials recommend people to turn off their water heater prior to

WSET - 2017-11-16 11:34:13

Lee M. Waid students receive free winter sweaters

Students at Lee M. Waid Elementary School got to take home a free sweater, hat and scarf Thursday as part of a free giveaway day by the Adele's Legacy group. All 385 students, from pre-K to fifth grade, picked bright, colorful items from tables set up in the school's gymnasium. Adele's Legacy is a g

FRANKLIN NEWS POST - 2017-11-17 19:23:00

First National Bank parent declares dividend

Pinnacle Bankshares, the Altavista-based parent company of First National Bank, declared a cash dividend of 10 cents per share last week. The dividend is payable Dec. 8 to shareholders of record as of Nov. 24. The amount is unchanged since last quarter. Assuming a recent share price of $29, Pinnacle

LYNCHBURG NEWS AND ADVANCE - 2017-11-17 15:02:00

Dentists give back to veterans

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STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-18 02:30:00

CSC students host conference on sex trafficking

CHADRON - A diverse panel featuring a forensic examiner, an attorney, a Salvation Army Outreach Coordinator and a sex trafficking survivor all contributed poignant facts and emotional accounts to the annual Chadron State College Social Work conference Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the Student Center Ballroo

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-18 02:45:00

Jury returns guilty verdict in Lucio Munoz case

A Scotts Bluff County District Court jury has returned a guilty verdict against a man accused of murdering his girlfriend. The jury received the case against Lucio Munoz at 3:37 p.m. Thursday. They returned with a verdict at about 6:40 p.m. Munoz had been tried in the death of Melissa May, 48, of Sc

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-17 00:30:00

State Sen. Stinner speaks at educators meeting

Steve Swedberg of Bridgeport, State Senator John Stinner and SARSP/NSEA-Retired President Twila Griffiths with a facsimile check for the worth of the organization's volunteer hours. SCOTTSBLUFF - State Senator John Stinner recently spoke at the October meeting of the Scottsbluff Area Retired School

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-17 03:30:00

STAMAN: Realizing the beauty around us

Joel and Ethan Coen visited western Nebraska to film an episode in their new series and left behind some big bucks. "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" brought a little under $1 million to western Nebraska, according to a recent report from the state's Department of Economic Development. The filmmakers,

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-16 07:00:00

Fourth annual kitchen tour set for Saturday

SCOTTSBLUFF - Kitchens are the focus of a local fundraiser. The fourth annual kitchen tour, "At Home on the Range" will showcase five kitchens, large and small for the public to tour on Saturday, Nov. 18. The kitchen tour is a fundraiser for the Lied Scottsbluff Public Library Foundation, which uses


SkyWest takes off in January

SCOTTSBLUFF - If you're planning on making a trip out of Scottsbluff in the new year, the time to purchase a ticket will be here soon. In September, the Airport Authority board at Western Nebraska Regional Airport chose SkyWest to be its carrier out of Scottsbluff. A month later, the Department of T


Woman's killer moved her, then washed up, expert testifies during Lucio Munoz case

A Scottsbluff woman appeared to have been laying down, wrapped in blankets on a bed before she was attacked, a blood expert testified Wednesday. Leah Innocci, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, testified during the trial of Lucio Munoz, on trial in the death of Melissa May, 48, of Scottsbluff. Munoz, 65, was May


Pasco man accused of strangling girlfriend

Pasco police are searching for a man who allegedly strangling his girlfriend and threatened her with a knife. The suspect, Jorge Marez Garcia, 41, allegedly attacked the woman before disappearing. Never miss a local story. Sign up today for unlimited digital access to our website, apps, the digital

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2017-11-16 20:58:00

Deputies investigating armed robbery in Benton City

Benton City Armed Robbery BENTON CITY, Wash. -- Deputies say a man, armed with a handgun, robbed the Just a Minute Mart Thursday evening and remains on the loose. The robbery happened just before 5:30 pm at the gas station at 712 9th street in downtown Benton City. The clerk at the store told deputi

KEPR - 2017-11-16 18:54:53

Kennewick woman to receive new wheelchair ramp from volunteers tomorrow

After falling while trying to get up a rickety wheelchair, Pam Quay's brother Bob made contact with Rebuilding Mid-Columbia about building Quay a new wheelchair ramp. An elderly Kennewick woman is getting some necessary help from kind strangers who are building a new wheelchair ramp for her. Pam Qu

KEPR - 2017-11-17 18:46:36

Trios Health thank employees this year, with a Turkey gift

KENNEWICK, Wash. - Trios health distributed thanksgiving turkeys throughout the day to their employees as a thank you for all their hard work throughout the year. Trios health bought more than 900 turkeys and employees had the choice to take their turkey home or have it donated. Leaders at Trios hea

KEPR - 2017-11-17 18:18:38