Hornsby Elementary School was named a “Reward School” by the Tennessee Department of Education for the 2017-2018 school year. Reward schools are those with an accountability score greater than three and are improving in terms of achievement and... more
Photo by Ginger Tester
Both Bolivar Central and Middleton saw their seasons end on October 26 with losses in their final games. In Middleton, senior night at T.D. Owens field saw the Tigers lead 28-12 at halftime and at the end of three quarters, but a second half comback... more
Common Grounds, the coffee shop that will be the centerpiece of the Nehemiah Project 38008, plans to open for business on December 1. The location at 313 West Market Street (previously Pulse Real Estate) in Bolivar is almost ready for customers,... more
Jar Lewis ran for 55 yards on four carries and a touchdown and added 10 tackles, five of them for losses and 2.5 sacks to earn the Vaughan Oil Player of the Game along with McMahan. Photo by Ginger Tester
Bolivar Central’s first win since August came on the strength of a 29-point third quarter and two 100-yard performances from running backs as they defeated Westview 52-31. The Tigers, who had scored first in six of their eight games coming into the... more
Left to right: Danny King, Brian Vandiver, Chris Allen,  Courtney Dennis, and Mike Kennamore took home the Hardeman County championship and finished second among all teams.
The Smokin’ Downtown BBQ Festival concluded Saturday, October 20 with an awards ceremony recognizing the best in bbq chicken, ribs, and pork. Sixteen teams competed in the contest, with a total purse of $5,500 paid out to the winners, including a... 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.
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
Photo by Ginger Tester
Jar Lewis ran for 55 yards on four carries and a touchdown and added 10 tackles, five of them for losses and 2.5 sacks to earn the Vaughan Oil Player of the Game along with McMahan. Photo by Ginger Tester
Left to right: Danny King, Brian Vandiver, Chris Allen,  Courtney Dennis, and Mike Kennamore took home the Hardeman County championship and finished second among all teams.
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.

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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.