Law enforcement officials are on the scene of Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) where a bomb threat was called in just before 11 a.m. Access roads around the school have been blocked, students and personnel have been evacuated, and K-9 units are... more
The National Transportation Safety Board finalized and adopted the findings of the October 2013 fatal Pedi-Flite helicopter crash in Somerville that claimed the life of all crew members. The helicopter was in route to pick up a patient at Bolivar... more
Marty Dale Holland
A Middleton man, charged with the January 5 bank robbery of Home Banking Company in Selmer, has been charged with attempted first degree murder and especially aggravated robbery in Hardeman County, after investigators said he attacked a restaurant... more
Greg Burney
Greg Burney, Bolivar Bulletin-Times new PublisherGreg comes to Bolivar most recently from Evansville IN., where he served as publisher of two weekly newspapers and regional classified advertising director for the two weekly and five daily newspapers... more
Judge Charles ‘Chip’ Cary was named 2015 Bulletin-Times Hardeman County Person of the Year. Pictured (l-r) Amelia Monroe Carlson, with The Bolivar Bulletin-Times presents Charles ‘Chip’ Cary with a plaque for Person of the Year.
Former Hardeman County General Sessions Judge Charles “Chip” Cary was named the 2015 Bulletin-Times Hardeman County Person of the Year, and was presented a special plaque during last week’s Hardeman County Commission meeting.   To view more, please... more
Marty Dale Holland
The Grand Junction railroad depot is shown as it appeared one month ago. Approximately one third of the roof had rotted and fallen through. The floor beneath this hole had rotted away as well. The Grand Junction Depot Museum Corporation, under the leadership of Kathy Ledbetter, has raised enough money to begin restoration and a contract has been awarded for completion of  phase one.
Greg Burney
Judge Charles ‘Chip’ Cary was named 2015 Bulletin-Times Hardeman County Person of the Year. Pictured (l-r) Amelia Monroe Carlson, with The Bolivar Bulletin-Times presents Charles ‘Chip’ Cary with a plaque for Person of the Year.

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Since I retired from the United States Marine Corps in 1993, I haven’t missed a day of the regular duck season. If my math is correct, that’s 1,320 days.

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