Pictured is the cast of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas that opens Friday, December 5 at the HCAC.
Anticipation of St. Nicholas’ arrival will culminate on Friday, December 5 when the Hardeman County Arts Council (HCAC) presents its Christmas production of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital... more
Family members of Mica Breeden Martin attended the Redbird Bash fundraiser held at The Columns. Pictured (l-r): Nanette Breeden Morford (aunt), Johnny Breeden (father), Randi Breeden (mother), Opha Breeden Minyard (aunt), Paige Breeden Reid (cousin) and Bubba Breeden (uncle).
The Redbird Bash, an inaugural fundraising event for the Team Mica Fund, was held on Saturday, November 15, at The Columns in Bolivar. Guests were encouraged to wear red, kicking off the holiday season and an evening that included delectable cuisine... more
Deja Faulkner positions herself to score against McNairy Central.
Middleton High School (MHS) played away against Hardin County on Tuesday, November 18.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
MMS closed out its week against WES with wins for the MMS Tigers and MMS Lady Tigers.
Middle School basketball in Hardeman County continues to challenge some teams and build better players in others as they move through their season. All five teams played this past week with Middleton Middle School (MMS) and Whiteville Elementary... more
Javonte Crisp goes up for the block against Liberty Tech.
Bolivar Central High School played at home against Haywood on Tuesday, November 18.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Sheriff John Doolen hands the keys to the surplus Ford Explorer to Property Assessor Josh Pulse. The Sheriff’s Department donated the Explorer to the Property Assessor’s office. The donated vehicle is estimated to save the county approximately $8,000 a year in mileage reimbursement and expenses. Pictured (l-r) Property Assessor Field Representative Jerry Crowley, Sheriff John Doolen, Property Assessor Josh Pulse, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain.
On Monday, November 24, Sheriff John Doolen turned over the keys to a surplus Ford Explorer to the Property Assessor’s office.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Pictured is the cast of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas that opens Friday, December 5 at the HCAC.
Family members of Mica Breeden Martin attended the Redbird Bash fundraiser held at The Columns. Pictured (l-r): Nanette Breeden Morford (aunt), Johnny Breeden (father), Randi Breeden (mother), Opha Breeden Minyard (aunt), Paige Breeden Reid (cousin) and Bubba Breeden (uncle).
Deja Faulkner positions herself to score against McNairy Central.
MMS closed out its week against WES with wins for the MMS Tigers and MMS Lady Tigers.
Javonte Crisp goes up for the block against Liberty Tech.
Sheriff John Doolen hands the keys to the surplus Ford Explorer to Property Assessor Josh Pulse. The Sheriff’s Department donated the Explorer to the Property Assessor’s office. The donated vehicle is estimated to save the county approximately $8,000 a year in mileage reimbursement and expenses. Pictured (l-r) Property Assessor Field Representative Jerry Crowley, Sheriff John Doolen, Property Assessor Josh Pulse, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain.

David Parks

David Parks, 55, of Saulsbury passed away on Sunday November 9, 2014 after an illness.  He was born on March 1, 1959 in Hardeman County to the late Sammie Lee Parks and Hattie Ann White Parks.

In Brief

The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen to meet December 1
The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen will meet 7 p.m. Monday, December 1 at city hall, 150 North Tippah Street.

Early Deadline

The Bolivar Bulletin-Times will be closed on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day (November 27) and will be open from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Friday, November 28.

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News

Bolivar City Council held a special called meeting on Monday, November 23, to address the multiple shootings and 911 'shots fired' calls the city has been receiving in the last few months.

Home & Family

On November 1, the Fayette Academy Viking Band traveled to Murfreesboro to compete in the Tennessee Division I State Marching Band Championship.