Pictured (l-r):  Monroe Woods, Lora Moore, Larry Crawford, Cathy Mayfield and Jackie Hickey.
First South Bank is actively engaged in community support. They are helping prepare children to do well in school by promoting the Hardeman County Imagination Library.  Bank Manager Lora Moore and President Larry Crawford present their annual... more
Kenylsha Bryant shoots a free throw during Bolivars loss to Lexington.
The Bolivar Central Lady Tigers were one of two at home last week, defeating Fayette Ware 87-65 on Thursday, Jan. 4, before losing to Lexington in overtime, 85-76 on Friday, Jan. 5. On Thursday, Bolivar got off to a quick start, and led the Lady... more
Students who scored 30 and above on ACT Subject Content pictured front row:  Elinor Westbrook, Grace Burns, Katie Crenshaw, Taylor Bennett, Jonathan Dwyer, Abby Hilliard, Tess Hilliard, Cynthia Boyer, Madison Morris, Elle Scarbrough and Tyler Earnest. Second row:  Callie Grey, Melissa Rinks, Jessica Celmer, Logan Nichols, Caleb Weatherly, Joshua Dwyer, Nic Thornton, Averi Davis, Anna-Laura Currey and Gabriel Threet. Third row: Madison Day, Jay Earnest, Sam Howell, Will Urban, Keith Powell, Scott Morris, Cor
Fayette Academy, a college preparatory school in Somerville, Tennessee is honored to recognize 33 students who scored a 30 or above in at least one or more content areas on the ACT as well as 8 students who scored a composite score of 30 or above... more
Prisoners at CCA Hardeman County Correctional Facility speak with representatives from various agencies during the first annual Re-entry Resource Fair on Thursday, Feb. 4.
CCA Hardeman County prison in Whiteville, TN held the first annual Re-entry Resource fair on Thursday, Feb. 4, in an effort to help inmates who are within two years of being released prepare for re-entry into society. According to Charlotte Burns,... more
Grand Junction Aldermen tackled Insurance, new roofs, painting, and on-line credit card payments in a business packed February board meeting.
The City of Grand Junction continues to search for a new Fire Chief. It was announced at the February Board of Aldermen meeting they have received several resumes. The ad seeking applicants will continue to run for one more week. Another item under... more
Naporshea Pugh
Student of the Week Naporshea Pugh School: Bolivar Central High SchoolAge: 17Grade: 12Parents: Cassandra Reaves, Kevin PughGrandparent: Stella Jackson Teacher of the Week Cameron Crisp School taught: Bolivar Central High SchoolYears taught: Two... more
Pictured (l-r):  Monroe Woods, Lora Moore, Larry Crawford, Cathy Mayfield and Jackie Hickey.
Kenylsha Bryant shoots a free throw during Bolivars loss to Lexington.
Students who scored 30 and above on ACT Subject Content pictured front row:  Elinor Westbrook, Grace Burns, Katie Crenshaw, Taylor Bennett, Jonathan Dwyer, Abby Hilliard, Tess Hilliard, Cynthia Boyer, Madison Morris, Elle Scarbrough and Tyler Earnest. Second row:  Callie Grey, Melissa Rinks, Jessica Celmer, Logan Nichols, Caleb Weatherly, Joshua Dwyer, Nic Thornton, Averi Davis, Anna-Laura Currey and Gabriel Threet. Third row: Madison Day, Jay Earnest, Sam Howell, Will Urban, Keith Powell, Scott Morris, Cor
Prisoners at CCA Hardeman County Correctional Facility speak with representatives from various agencies during the first annual Re-entry Resource Fair on Thursday, Feb. 4.
Grand Junction Aldermen tackled Insurance, new roofs, painting, and on-line credit card payments in a business packed February board meeting.
Naporshea Pugh

Bobby Arnwine

Bobby Arnwine was born May 3, 1946 in Luttrell, the son of the late Graden and Ethel Sufferidge Arnwine.
He was united in marriage to Sue Kirk on Oct. 22, 1966.

Church Happenings

ELCANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH 226 Jackson St., Whiteville; Sunday School – 9:30 a.m., Morning Service – 11 a.m., Children’s Church, Wednesday 5:30 p.m., Bible Study Wednesday 6 p.m.

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