Avary Adams, Molly Nuckolls, Kadea Bolyard, Emma Bruce, Keaton Majors. Back row: Katie Lax, Meredith Whitfield, Lily Pulse, Merideth Ross, Jordan McClelland, Kayla Druien. Not pictured: Emmy Piefer.
The Bolivar 10U Girls All-Stars played seven games in three days, finally bowing out in fourth place at the Dizzy Dean Softball World Series at Greenbrook Park in Southaven, MS July 11-13. The girls, coached by Leah Nuckolls, Hallee Childress, Will... more
Photo by Ginger Tester.
Obie Beard of the Bolivar-Hardeman County Boxing Club received a $10,000 check on behalf of the county from Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain and Hardeman County Sheriff John Doolen to help start the program at the former Hardeman County Jail Annex... more
Left to right front row: Wyatt Sparks, Tojo Young, Jaxson Faulk, Devin Woods, Caden Dorris, Bryce Madden. Back row: Keaton Overton, Teegan Diffee, Trevor Gilliam, Tripp Malone, Neyland Hodge, Cayden Crabb. Coaches Tim Malone, Chris Crabb, Head Coach Jonathan Hodge, and Corey Madden. Photo by Jammie Gilliam.
Three Bolivar teams brought home the first place hardware from Germantown July 6-7, highlighted by a come-from-behind win by the 8U All-Stars. The 8U squad fell 15-13 on opening night but came back on Saturday and swept the Germantown team 16-7 and... more
WMOD, The Bulletin Times and the Hardeman County NAACP hosted the county debate on July 10 at Bolivar Central High School. Left to right: Bolivar Police Chief Pat Baker, Kandy Shackelford, Toone Police Chief Jerry Siler, Hardeman County Sheriff John Doolen, Calvin Howell, and Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain.
Early Voting in Hardeman County will begin on Friday, July 13 at the Hardeman County Election Commission at 106 S. Porter Street in Bolivar. A total of 48 candidates will vie for 33 positions in county government as well as primaries in state races... more
Photo from left to right: Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw, Hicks and children Diane Redditt and James Hicks.  Photo by Ginger Tester.
Hardeman County honored a historical legacy created by a lifelong law enforcement official on July 2, as a stretch of highway was named the Sheriff Delphus Hicks, Jr. Highway. The stretch of highway dedicated runs on Highway 18 from the Hickory... more
Photo front row left to right: Jaxson Faulk, Keaton Overton, Bryce Madden, Tojo Young, Wyatt Sparks, Caden Dorris. Back row: Tripp Malone, Devin Woods, Caden Crabb, Teegan Diffee, Trevor Gilliam, and Neyland Hodge.
The Bolivar 8U All-Stars brought home second place hardware from the Olive Branch Ring Fling tournament June 22-24. The 8U team, managed by Jonathan Hodge, won both games in pool play and easily advanced to the championship game, beating Southaven... more
Avary Adams, Molly Nuckolls, Kadea Bolyard, Emma Bruce, Keaton Majors. Back row: Katie Lax, Meredith Whitfield, Lily Pulse, Merideth Ross, Jordan McClelland, Kayla Druien. Not pictured: Emmy Piefer.
Photo by Ginger Tester.
Left to right front row: Wyatt Sparks, Tojo Young, Jaxson Faulk, Devin Woods, Caden Dorris, Bryce Madden. Back row: Keaton Overton, Teegan Diffee, Trevor Gilliam, Tripp Malone, Neyland Hodge, Cayden Crabb. Coaches Tim Malone, Chris Crabb, Head Coach Jonathan Hodge, and Corey Madden. Photo by Jammie Gilliam.
WMOD, The Bulletin Times and the Hardeman County NAACP hosted the county debate on July 10 at Bolivar Central High School. Left to right: Bolivar Police Chief Pat Baker, Kandy Shackelford, Toone Police Chief Jerry Siler, Hardeman County Sheriff John Doolen, Calvin Howell, and Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain.
Photo from left to right: Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, Tennessee State Representative Johnny Shaw, Hicks and children Diane Redditt and James Hicks.  Photo by Ginger Tester.
Photo front row left to right: Jaxson Faulk, Keaton Overton, Bryce Madden, Tojo Young, Wyatt Sparks, Caden Dorris. Back row: Tripp Malone, Devin Woods, Caden Crabb, Teegan Diffee, Trevor Gilliam, and Neyland Hodge.

Pocahontas

On October 4, the American Legion men will have a yard sale in the parking lot of First South Bank. There will be something for everyone.

Middleton

Prayer requests: Lloyd Bell, Wayne Bishop, Odis Bizzell, Debi Brown, Dorsey Clark, Leon Downen, Ron Grantham Jr., Bristol Harwood, Gail Hobbs, Wilma Hodges,  Paul and Billie Ruth Howell, Virginia J

Hornsby

Hello to all!  Well, football season is here and everyone is wishing the weather could be just a little cooler, especially the players wouldn’t mind.  Gary, Tara, Bailee and Gunnar Barnes and Paul,

Grand Junction

Greetings, Grand Junction!  Sympathy goes out to Jeri Mills, whose son, Raymond Mills passed away last week.  Please remember Jeri and the rest of the family in your prayers.

It’s here!

Our tradition on Labor Day is a big family gathering and dove shoot. As normal,  Momma Hoot bonds with the kitchen. We have a country man’s breakfast and the talk is about the dove hunt.

Wake up America

There is a war going on. Pray for the direction of the leaders of our country and people of the world. We must rely on the one who can guide and protect us.

In Brief

The Middleton Board of Alderman to meet September 15
The Middleton Board of Alderman will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, September 15 at city hall, 300 South Main Street.

Church Happenings

ELCANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH 226 Jackson St., Whiteville; Sunday school – 9:30 a.m., Morning service – 11 a.m., Children’s Church, Wednesday 5:30 p.m., Bible study Wednesday 6 p.m.

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News

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

Home & Family

Toby #17614 is an adult male mixed breed. He is approximately five years old. This big guy weighs in around 90lbs!