Dameon Nowelin, Managing Partner at Bolivar Ford, Bolivar Central Head Football Coach Woodrow Lowe, and Bolivar Central players Jaylan Beard and Matt Jackson.
Bolivar Ford presented Bolivar Football Coach Woodrow Lowe with a check for $5,140 to help aid the Tiger football team. The award came from a promotion last fall that invited customers to test drive a Ford vehicle with the Tiger football program... more
(left to right): Luke Sullivan - 3rd place , Antonio Sain - 2nd place, and Kaleb Bryant - 1st place.
The Cub Scouts Pack 92 Derby car contest took place in January. The first Pinewood Derby® was run in Southern California in 1953 by Cub Scout Pack 280C at the Manhattan Beach Scout House, where Cubmaster Don Murphy introduced the idea to his pack.... more
Photo left to right: Janice Bodiford, Hardeman County Clerk and Master, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, and Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw.
Hardeman County will receive money to upgrade the Hardeman County Chancery Court facilities due a grant received through the Administrative Office of the Courts Security Grant Program. The $9,000 grant will go toward a walk-through magnetometer,... more
Photo by Jessica Simmons
The Bolivar Middle School Boys basketball team overcame a fourth quarter deficit to defeat Fayette West 49-41, winning their fourth straight Area 6 Hardeman County Middle School Championship. Making the all-tournament team were MVP Telvin Polk of... more
Photo by Heather Pulse
For the second year, the Vaughan Oil Company, in conjunction with Hardeman County, completed their 2018 Kerosene Assistance Program on January 30 by giving away 42 five-gallon buckets to assist families in Hardeman County. Vaughan Oil took on all... more
The Area 6 Middle School Basketball tournament is scheduled to begin as soon as possible at Bolivar Middle School with games in both boys and girls divisions. To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Dameon Nowelin, Managing Partner at Bolivar Ford, Bolivar Central Head Football Coach Woodrow Lowe, and Bolivar Central players Jaylan Beard and Matt Jackson.
(left to right): Luke Sullivan - 3rd place , Antonio Sain - 2nd place, and Kaleb Bryant - 1st place.
Photo left to right: Janice Bodiford, Hardeman County Clerk and Master, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, and Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw.
Photo by Jessica Simmons
Photo by Heather Pulse

Toone

Hello to all!  Well things are shaping up for the Hornsby Family Fun Day.  I have been told there will be several ball games, craft vendors, food vendors, car show and lots of good entertainment.

Rumor control

The word going around the gossip pole is ducks, ducks and more ducks. The conditions in the nesting area have been the best in 30 years.

In Brief

The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen to meet September 1The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen will meet 7 p.m.

Early Deadlines

The Bulletin-Times office will be closed September 1 in observance of  Labor Day. Deadlines for the Shopper and Bulletin will be Thursday, August 28 at noon. 

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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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Brian Lee Howell and friend on stage in 2014. Photo courtesy Ken Savage.

Arts Group of the Year: The preparation for the Smithsonian Institutes “New Harmonies” traveling exhibition that featured four events in 2008 will see ten years of existence this coming year thank