Senior Brooklyn Jimmerson poses with the second place plaque and her teammates. Jimmerson (who was injured on Monday night during Ripley game) is doubtful for the  first round of the region, but could be available if the Lady Tigers advance.
The Bolivar Central Lady Tigers beat Ripley twice over a three day period to gain a berth in the region tournament with a second place finish in the district tournament. Friday the Lady Tigers won a see-saw 11-10 win and Monday was more of the same... more
Photo of McTizic and Harvey by Heather Carlton.
Caleb Minter of Bolivar debuted his video for the single, "While You're Still Living" at the Luez Theatre in Bolivar on May 8. The single, which peaked on iTunes at #49 on the RNB/Soul charts, pays tribute to Caleb’s mother Ruby Harvey and all... more
Tennis Advances to District Final
The Bolivar Central Boys Tennis team advanced to the District Final, and Head Coach Ian Wellons’ biggest problem with it is that he can’t remember when it last happened. “We should have got there in 2015, but we got upset by Union City,” he said.... more
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Four groups will grace the Bolivar Downtown Amphitheatre on the opening weekend as Music on the Square and Gospel Music on the Square make their 2021 debuts. On Friday, the Showtime Band (see photo right) will be the featured act with Bobbie Jo... more
The End of THE Era?
The leader of the most successful run in Bolivar Central sports history stepped aside on April 26, moving to the to-be-reopened Jackson Central Merry High School this coming season where he will be the head boys basketball coach for the Cougars. “I... more
Caroline Miller and Mayor Julian McTizic.
The Bolivar Bulletin Times, WMOD Radio, WOJG Radio and the Hardeman County Chapter of the NAACP hosted a debate and politicians forum on April 26, for the city of Bolivar elections that will began early voting on April 28. A recording of the debate... more
 Senior Brooklyn Jimmerson poses with the second place plaque and her teammates. Jimmerson (who was injured on Monday night during Ripley game) is doubtful for the  first round of the region, but could be available if the Lady Tigers advance.
Photo of McTizic and Harvey by Heather Carlton.
Tennis Advances to District Final
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The End of THE Era?
Caroline Miller and Mayor Julian McTizic.

NOTICE

DevCo Meeting May 17, 2021, at the Bolivar Municipal Center at 5:00 o'clock.

NOTICE

To unify the community using collection carts, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote on a resolution to charge for garbage collection at the next board meeting on June 7, 2021 held at 151 E.

NOTICE

The Town of Whiteville 2020 Water Quality Report will be published in the Bolivar Bulletin on May 20, 2021.
This report will not be direct mailed to customers.

NOTICE

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Forestry Division is offering for sale under bid numbers A-03-21-01, A-03-21-02, A-03-21-03, A-03-21-04 certain timber on Chickasaw State Forest near Medon,

Public Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Bolivar Historic Zoning Commission will meet at the Bolivar Municipal Center, 211 N. Washington St., Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

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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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Students at Whiteville Elementary created dozens of displays to celebrate Black History Month.
The displays were shown at the school on Thursday, February 20.