Christmas Season Begins in Hardeman County
Cities in Hardeman County kicked off the Christmas season with parades and holiday shopping. Christmas Season Begins in Hardeman County in the Best Float Competition at the Bolivar Christmas Parade on December 4. The parade ended at Santa’s Village... more
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness CEO Richard Johnson designated Hardeman County and 21 other communities as Healthier Tennessee Communities. The recognition honors Anderson, Bedford, Benton, Bledsoe,... more
Twenty-one seniors were honored on Tuesday night.
Twenty awards for Bolivar Central Football players were given as the Tigers closed out their season on November 28 with their annual banquet. Earning first team all-region 7AAA honors were quarterback Trey Lowe, lineman Briason Mays, running back... more
The Hardeman County Rescue Squad held its annual smoked ham and turkey fundraiser for the Thanksgiving holiday. Money raised from the 87 turkeys and 104 hams sold this year will go towards new equipment and training for the rescue squad that is... more
Christmas Season Begins in Hardeman County
Twenty-one seniors were honored on Tuesday night.
Ricky Galloway operates from the bucket truck to secure Christmas stars and snowflakes in Bolivar.


Our prayer list is as follows: Grace and Bobby Bynum, Wilma Bynum, Cleo Snellings, Lee Carter, Novice Yopp, Curtis and Marjorie Hines, Margie Lovelace, Aurthur and Jo Bryson, Connie Dusek, Kimberly


Porters Creek Baptist is planning a Sunset Service on Sunday, October 19, 2014, beginning at 5:45 p.m.  Further details will be provided next week.


    Hello to all!  Well, the Hornsby Elementary School girl’s softball team brought home the first place trophy for the fourth year in a row.  We are very proud of each and every one of these young

Grand Junction

Greetings, Grand Junction!  I’m so loving this beautiful weather, and the gorgeous colors of the leaves.  We had a great time at the Ruritan fish fry last weekend.


Home & Family

Miss Grace Teubner, 13-year old daughter of Darrell and Holliday Teubner, will appear in Ballet Arts’ annual production of The Nutcracker on December 8, 9, and 10, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center