Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain delivered his ‘Mayor’s Address’ after six months in office to the county commission regarding challenges and progress of his first six months in office.
After six months in office as Hardeman County Mayor, Jimmy Sain addressed the County Commission on Tuesday, March 17, regarding the obstacles he faced, decisions made, progress obtained, but with a warning added expense could come to residents. The... more
Members of the Silerton community came together on Saturday, March 28, for a buffet supper fundraiser to help with operating expenses for the all volunteer fire department. According to John Jordan, President of the Silerton Fire Department... more
Otto is a three year old, neutered male.  He came into the shelter September 8, 2014. He is a mixed breed with a beautiful brindle coat.  He weighs 57 pounds and is up to date on all shots.   Otto is a stunning dog.  He is sweet and will require... more
Lindsay Griffin
This is the final week in Extension month, and you will get to learn about me, Lindsay Griffin.  I am the other Agricultural and Natural Resources agent for the county with primary duties with row-crops.  I started in February 2014, and the... more
Western Mental Health Institute's James McGowan has been named Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) 2014 Employee of the Year. McGowan began his career in 1973, after returning from service in the Vietnam War... more
Pictured from left to right:  Susan Bates (Carroll County), Vina Winstead (Williamson County), Mendel Wade (Crockett County) and Cindy Plunk (Hardeman County).
Cindy Plunk, District Secretary for the Hardeman County Soil Conservation District, was presented a service award for 20 years of service during the 71st annual Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts Convention.  The presentation was made... more
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain delivered his ‘Mayor’s Address’ after six months in office to the county commission regarding challenges and progress of his first six months in office.
Lindsay Griffin
Pictured from left to right:  Susan Bates (Carroll County), Vina Winstead (Williamson County), Mendel Wade (Crockett County) and Cindy Plunk (Hardeman County).

Samuel Green Smith

Samuel Green Smith, age 75, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday morning, March 15, 2015 at the Bolivar General Hospital.   On  July 18, 1939 he was born to the late Joe Smith and Mary L.

Vivian Sisco

Lois Vivian Tucker Sisco, age 81, of Bolivar, departed this life Wednesday March 25, 2015 at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Services of Remembrance for Mrs.

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Western Mental Health Institute's James McGowan has been named Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (TDMHSAS) 2014 Employee of the Year.

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Otto is a three year old, neutered male.  He came into the shelter September 8, 2014. He is a mixed breed with a beautiful brindle coat.  He weighs 57 pounds and is up to date on all shots.