A Cheer Camp happened at the Army National Guard in Bolivar with fun and instruction for the girls and the parents. Russell Smith, the owner of Going Towards Perfection or GTP Cheer Xplosion, said that a high school coach gave him the idea to do a... more
Hardeman County’s Lone Oaks Farm has announced the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) will donate $2.6 million for the first phase of a shooting range. “The shooting range, like all of Lone Oaks, will be open for a fee to anyone who wants... more
They Voted. You Still Have Time
Voter turnout in Hardeman County has been lower than expected through the first 12 days of early voting, according to the Hardeman County Election Commission totals. Through July 26, 1,369 had voted, with 783 declaring for the Democratic Primary... more
Front row left to right: Billy Lor, Katie Dees, David Johnson. Back row: Lee Sammons, Allen Cain, Tim Duke, Bill Deen, Lester Cox
UT Extension sponsored the Best Tomato contest at the Bolivar Farmers Market Saturday. Winners were as follows: Best Tasting Lester Cox, largest by weight and circumference David Johnson, smallest tomato Bill Deen, and most unique shape Tim Duke... more
Early Voting Begins in Tennessee
The polls opened for the second time this year as early voting began in Tennessee, with primaries for state government and local government electing leaders in the General Election. Early voting in Hardeman County will be July 15-30 from 9:00 a.m.... more
Mary Powell with Mayor Sain. Powell has been the Hardeman County Trustee since 1989, and has won re-election seven times.
County Clerk Jerry Armstrong’s Wednesday morning walk across the courthouse lawn to Hardeman County Trustee Mary Powell’s office got the county a bit closer to their goal: three million dollars in the fund balance. “The budget committee set a goal... more
They Voted. You Still Have Time
Front row left to right: Billy Lor, Katie Dees, David Johnson. Back row: Lee Sammons, Allen Cain, Tim Duke, Bill Deen, Lester Cox
Early Voting Begins in Tennessee
Mary Powell with Mayor Sain. Powell has been the Hardeman County Trustee since 1989, and has won re-election seven times.

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Photo (left to right): Kandy Shackelford, Executive Director Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce, Earl Smith, Ruritan President, Dakedra Mason, scholarship recipient, Dekita Cheairs, and Mary Jo Gordon, Chairman of the Ruritan Scholarship Committee.

The Grand Junction Ruritan Club awarded its Annual Scholarship at the June monthly meeting. Dakedra Mason, a recent graduate of Middleton High School, was the recipient.