The Middleton Junior Varsity went undefeated for five matches, losing only one game in winning the Dyer County Junior Varsity Volleyball tournament. The Lady Tigers beat USJ (2-0), Halls (2-0), Ripley (2-0), Trinity (2-0) and again in championship... more
 Photo by Ginger Tester.
With the 10-year anniversary of the fire in downtown Bolivar that changed East Market Street, the landmark building damaged by the blaze is still in limbo. Known as the Bank of Bolivar building and recognized as a National Historic Landmark since... more
Photo by Brian Stansbury
The 34th Annual Archeofest at Pinson Mounds State Archeological Park in Pinson is September 17-18. Pinson Mounds covers more than 1,200 acres and contains at least 15 Native American Mounds. Archaeological evidence suggests the mounds were both... more
Bolivar citizens gathered to celebrate each other on Saturday afternoon at Court Square in an old fashioned prayer meeting and picnic.  Area ministers, churches and city officials, regardless of denomination, came to embrace each other and show the... more
Tigers Get First 4-0 Start in the 21st Century
Bolivar Central made a fourth-quarter comeback to become the first Tiger team since before 2000 to make it to 4-0. The last Tiger team to go 3-0 was the 2008 squad, but Coach Keith Perry’s team followed that start with 12 straight losses that... more
Trustees from the Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff’s Deputies, Hardeman County Solid Waste Director Kenny Brown and Mayor Sain pitch in to clean up an illegal dumping site on Hannis Road on September 9.
County Mayor Jimmy Sain’s war on illegal dumping continued this past week as warrants were signed on two Hardeman County residents. The Illegal Dumping Enforcement Action initiative – a joint effort by Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, Sheriff John... more
 Photo by Ginger Tester.
Photo by Brian Stansbury
Tigers Get First 4-0 Start in the 21st Century
Trustees from the Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff’s Deputies, Hardeman County Solid Waste Director Kenny Brown and Mayor Sain pitch in to clean up an illegal dumping site on Hannis Road on September 9.

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