HCCHC Staff walked to BES and back with balloons and released them in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (white signifies those lost to breast cancer, pink signifies breast cancer survivors), on October 15.
The Hardeman Community Health Center (HCCHC) is in the non-profit healthcare business of reaching out to our community’s underserved and in October, the center is vamping up efforts to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Studies show that health... more
The Middleton Lady Tigers finished their season in the first round of the Region 6 tournament at Trinity Christian on October 9, falling to Loretto in straight sets. The Lady Tigers led the first set 4-3, but gave up seven straight points and fell... more
Photos by Ginger Tester
Food, crafts, music were a part of the Mennonite Fall Festival in Whiteville on October 6. Funds, raised by the event, go to the Mennonite School. Students and adults sang, sold homemade food, and goods throughout the day and an auction was held as... more
Photo courtesy Tina Cranford
The 8th grade students at Bolivar Middle School had the honor of having Senator Dolores Gresham visit them on September 17 in honor of Constitution Day. Senator Gresham gave the students a lesson on why the democratic process is strengthened by our... more
HCCHC Staff walked to BES and back with balloons and released them in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (white signifies those lost to breast cancer, pink signifies breast cancer survivors), on October 15.
Poll workers take the oath prior to early voting on October 17. Early voting began on October 17 at the Hardeman County Election Commission and will continue through November 1. Election Day is November 6.
Photos by Ginger Tester
Bolivar Mayor Julian McTizic with Shirley Williams, widow of Bolivar Patrolman John Archie Williams, who kept kids safe in the crosswalk in front of Bolivar Elementary School for 10 years, finishing off a total of 30 years with the Bolivar Police Department.  The city dedicated the crosswalk to his memory on October 8.
Photo courtesy Tina Cranford

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Permit Overview: Royal Oak Enterprises, LLC has applied to the Tennessee Division of
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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

The Hardeman County Highway Department is requesting sealed bids on a diesel fired hammer for driving pilings. Specifications may be obtained at the Hardeman County Highway Department.

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The Bolivar Hardeman County Library’s adventures continued last week as frozen water pipes burst and flooded the library that had been intermittantly shut down for a broken heating system for the p

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The 8th grade students at Bolivar Middle School had the honor of having Senator Dolores Gresham visit them on September 17 in honor of Constitution Day.