Walter “Chick” McGill, pastor and Vietnam Veteran, is making his way across the country on foot, carrying the American flag and saluting citizens. McGill said it is a call from God with a focus on promoting a new birth of freedom that Jesus... more
Law enforcement offi cers from around the county led the hearse in a procession of blue on Friday, August 15, as they said farewell to Bolivar Police Offi cer Lindsey Frost, who passed away from health complications.
After 32 years of service with the Bolivar Police Department, an illness forced Charles Lindsey Frost to leave the department in 2013. On August 12, Frost’s illness took his life and the Department said they have lost one of their own. “Lindsey... more
The Children’s Patriotic Festival included games for children, such as pulling a wagon with a miniature, pedal powered, tractor.
For the second year in a row, the City of Bolivar has hosted the Children’s Patriotic Festival in an attemptto provide activities for the  children while promoting patriotism for our nation. Residents from all across the county brought their ... more
Holli Teubner, Wendy Siler, Willie Parks and Rob Jensik, who play characters in the upcoming HCAC production All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. Not pictured is Vernon Woods.
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten comes to the Hardeman County Arts Council (HCAC) stage this week and will take audience members through a sentimental, fun and engaging walk through life. Joe Van Dyke returns as a second-time... more
Forty-six girls attended the cheer clinic on Saturday, August 16 that was hosted by the BCHS cheer squad.
The Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) cheerleaders hosted a cheer clinic on Saturday, August 16 for girls in kindergarten through eighth grades. All of the members of the BCHS cheer squad were on hand to coach the 46 girls who attended the camp. ... more
BCHS and MHS Lady Tigers competed in preseason volleyball scrimmage to test the skills they have been working on for their upcoming seasons.
The Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) and Middleton High (MHS) School volleyball players came together for a scrimmage at BCHS on August 14. The pre-season play gave them an opportunity to test the skills they have been working on as they prepare... more
Law enforcement offi cers from around the county led the hearse in a procession of blue on Friday, August 15, as they said farewell to Bolivar Police Offi cer Lindsey Frost, who passed away from health complications.
The Children’s Patriotic Festival included games for children, such as pulling a wagon with a miniature, pedal powered, tractor.
Holli Teubner, Wendy Siler, Willie Parks and Rob Jensik, who play characters in the upcoming HCAC production All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. Not pictured is Vernon Woods.
Forty-six girls attended the cheer clinic on Saturday, August 16 that was hosted by the BCHS cheer squad.
BCHS and MHS Lady Tigers competed in preseason volleyball scrimmage to test the skills they have been working on for their upcoming seasons.

Toone

Greetings from the friendly Town of Toone!Can someone tell me why stolen watermelons are the best?

Silerton

The Silerton "Yard of the Month" sign for August was awarded to Mr. & Mrs. Johnson.  They live in the Wendell  Hooper’s old house.  Congratulations!

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: Debi Brown, Roy Brumbelow, Helen Daniel, Leon Downen, Ron Grantham Jr., Bristol Harwood, John Henson, Dianne Hill, Gail Hobbs, Paul and Billie Ruth Howell, Virginia Johnson, Bro.

Hornsby

Hello to all.  Well school is in full force.   Hornsby Elementary had “Meet the Teachers” night along with its first PTO meeting.    

Grand Junction

Greetings, Grand Junction.  Hope everyone is enjoying this lovely, spring-like weather in August.  I know my electric bill is getting a big break this month.

Multitasking

I guess in today’s world, if you move both fingers on a keypad, that’s multitasking. That’s not what I’m talking about. As outdoorsman/woman, without realizing it, we multitask by the minute.

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Law enforcement offi cers from around the county led the hearse in a procession of blue on Friday, August 15, as they said farewell to Bolivar Police Offi cer Lindsey Frost, who passed away from health complications.

After 32 years of service with the Bolivar Police Department, an illness forced Charles Lindsey Frost to leave the department in 2013.

Home & Family

Kellye Cash, who is often known by her reign as Miss America 1987 or as the niece of country music singer Johnny Cash, will take the stage on Saturday, August 30 as the special guest of this year’s