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Hunter Education Classes in Lenox Sept. 30, Oct. 1

Hunter Education Classes in Lenox Sept. 30, Oct. 1      Hunter Education Classes will be held in Lenox on Saturday, September 30 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 1 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lenox Fire Station. Preregistration is required. To register go to For questions call Jeff Hill…

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Bedford City Council tables action on request for large billboard

     The Bedford City Council heard a request to construct a billboard in city limits at the regular meeting held on September 13. They also approved bids for various equipment and approved the sale of a lot.       Mayor Churchill opened the public hearing on proposed sale of real estate at 906 Court Avenue and…

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School Board reviews plans for new gymnasium

     The Bedford School Board reviewed preliminary architect drawings from DLR for a new gymnasium, approved a trip for FFA students to attend the national convention, and approved disposal of obsolete equipment at the September 14 board meeting.      Representatives of DLR reviewed preliminary plans for a new gymnasium at two different locations. One location is…

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Brick Street Antiques is new business on Main Street

By Nicki Lock      A new antique store opened in Bedford this summer. Brick Street Antiques opened at 311 Main Street during BedfordFest on June 24.      Brick Street Antiques is made up of three separate businesses and they are Bullfrogs and Butterflies owned by Heather Archer, Blue Sign Vintiques owned by Kate Nothstine, and A Bushel…

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Homecoming 2023

Kynlee Kimpson was crowned 2023 Bedford Homecoming Queen and Silas Walston was crowned Homecoming King on Thursday evening. Flower girl was Hayzlee Wilmarth and crown bearer was Cooper Cox.

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