MHS Coach Zeke Craft discusses plays with his team that continues to add wins to their season.
Bolivar Central High (BCHS) and Middleton High (MHS) continued season play this week with three games at home and three away.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
BMS Head Football Coach Brian Mays discusses strategy with his players.
Considering Coach Brian Mays has held the head football coach position at Bolivar Middle School (BMS) before, one cannot refer to him as the “new head coach.”Mays has coached football for more than 20 years between Bolivar Central High School (BCHS... more
Coach Woodrow Lowe, Jr. coaches his players in a traditional manner, which is hard with conservative play.
It did not take Coach Woodrow Lowe, Jr. long to feel at home as head coach of the Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) football Tigers. Lowe was the defensive coordinator of the team in 2012, so he was familiar with some of the players and coaches... more
Keshawn Burkley carried his “buddy” and teammate Louis Cross during the Combat Fitness Test, as sergeant Brazil (right) looks on.
Basketball season has not begun, but Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) basketball Coach Rick Rudesill gave his players an idea of what he is expecting from them when they return for the season in late October. Sergeant Nicholas Brazil, recruiter... more
The BMS Tigers work on improving blocking and tackling, skills they hope will lead to better plays and more wins.
The Bolivar Middle School (BMS) Tigers played at Fayette East on Tuesday, August 26. Even though they suffered another loss with a score of 36-6, BMS football Coach Brian Mays is seeing improvement in the performance of his players.   To view more... more
On April 26, Carl W. Young Jr. of Bolivar, son of Carl and Lundell Young, was in Silver Springs, Maryland to receive his BA degree in Safety and Health from the National Labor College.He is currently the recording secretary for Local 167 Iron... more
MHS Coach Zeke Craft discusses plays with his team that continues to add wins to their season.
BMS Head Football Coach Brian Mays discusses strategy with his players.
Coach Woodrow Lowe, Jr. coaches his players in a traditional manner, which is hard with conservative play.
Keshawn Burkley carried his “buddy” and teammate Louis Cross during the Combat Fitness Test, as sergeant Brazil (right) looks on.
The BMS Tigers work on improving blocking and tackling, skills they hope will lead to better plays and more wins.

Toone

Hello from Toone! I hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day weekend. We spent the weekend on the water at Pickwick with family and friends, aboard the Toone Pontoon 3.

Saulsbury

Our prayer list is as follows: Grace and Bobby Bynum, Wilma Bynum, Cleo Snellings, Lee Carter, Novice Yopp, Curtis and Marjorie Hines, Margie Lovelace, Aurthur and Jo Bryson, Connie Dusek.

Middleton

Prayer requests: Lloyd Bell, Debi Brown, Roy Brumbelow,  Dorsey Clark, Helen Daniel, Leon Downen, Ron Grantham Jr., Bristol Harwood, John Henson, Dianne Hill, Gail Hobbs, Wilma Hodges,  Paul and Bi

Hornsby

Hello to all!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Labor Day.  Things are looking good for September 13th as things are really coming together well for the Hornsby Family Fun Day.  I hope everyone will

Grand Valley Lakes

Hello, Grand Valley Lakers…Welcome Back! Ms. Myra Peace, her grandson, Wayne, and her daughter, Judy, have returned from a cruise to Alaska.  What a trip to take in the Tennessee summer.  Ms.

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News

City of Bolivar Mayor, Barrett Stevens and Downtown Development CEO, Steve Hornsby inquire about bypass possibilities and plans with TDOT Community Transportation Planner, Carlos McCloud.

By Stephanie Bodiford Tense conversations filled the City of Bolivar Municipal Center on August 28 when the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) hosted a meeting to seek feedback on future

Home & Family

On April 26, Carl W. Young Jr. of Bolivar, son of Carl and Lundell Young, was in Silver Springs, Maryland to receive his BA degree in Safety and Health from the National Labor College.