Bolivar and Middleton struggled in the third quarter as they fell in a pair of region games. Bolivar (1-4, 0-2) led 17-14 at the half, but were outscored 21-13 in the third and lost 35-30 to McNairy Central. The Bobcats scored with 9:56 left in the... more
Photo left to right: Dr. Dorrie Powell, Jackie Hickey, Sain, Monroe Woods, Gladis Thomas, Becky White, Cynthia Scott.
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain declared it Imagination Library Week in Hardeman County in conjunction with the statewide recognition of the program and presented a $2,500 check on behalf of the county. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book... more
Pictured L-R  Principal James Rutherford, Buddy Nelms, Mayor Julian McTizic, Bobby Henderson,  Kenny Adkins, Warner Ross and 3rd Grade Teacher Stacy Moore and Bolivar Elementary 3rd Grade students.
As a part of their 2018-2019 budget, City of Bolivar Mayor Julian McTizic and the City Council partnered with Bolivar Elementary to provide a Chromebook Cart. The cart includes 25 Chromebooks and includes a cart that stores and charges the devices... more
Jalen Crisp leads Bolivar in rushing for the season with 447 yards in four games. Photo by Brett Teubner.
Bolivar and Middleton fell in non-district games on September 7, dropping both their records to 1-3 on the season. Bolivar scored first against the Harding Academy Lions on a Jalen Crisp 76-yard run, but gave up 33 unanswered points and fell 33-20.... more
Left to right: Pat Robinson,Gary Barber,Teresa McKeen, Maria Howell, Steven Stanley, Greg Vaughan, Anita Price, and Susie Ross.
Walmart in Bolivar and LeBonheur Hospital raised $10,146 for the Children’s Miracle Network on August 31, with help from local officials and business leaders. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals raises money each year to donate to children’s health... more
Judge Cary swears-in deputies from the Hardeman County Sheriff’s Department.
Dozens of elected and appointed officials and deputies gave their oath to uphold the constitutions of the United States and Tennessee in an hour-long swearing in at the Hardeman County Courthouse on August 30. The packed courthouse watched as Judge... more
Photo left to right: Dr. Dorrie Powell, Jackie Hickey, Sain, Monroe Woods, Gladis Thomas, Becky White, Cynthia Scott.
Pictured L-R  Principal James Rutherford, Buddy Nelms, Mayor Julian McTizic, Bobby Henderson,  Kenny Adkins, Warner Ross and 3rd Grade Teacher Stacy Moore and Bolivar Elementary 3rd Grade students.
Jalen Crisp leads Bolivar in rushing for the season with 447 yards in four games. Photo by Brett Teubner.
Left to right: Pat Robinson,Gary Barber,Teresa McKeen, Maria Howell, Steven Stanley, Greg Vaughan, Anita Price, and Susie Ross.
Judge Cary swears-in deputies from the Hardeman County Sheriff’s Department.

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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.

Shirley W. Rhodes

Shirley W. Rhodes, 78 passed away August 27, 2014 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis.  She was a member of Kirby Woods Baptist Church and former member of Raleigh Baptist Church.

INITIAL RESOLUTION

INITIAL RESOLUTION DETERMINING TO ISSUE NOT TO EXCEED $1,000,000GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2014,  OF THE CITY OF MIDDLETON, TENNESSEEWHEREAS, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen

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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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Pictured L-R  Principal James Rutherford, Buddy Nelms, Mayor Julian McTizic, Bobby Henderson,  Kenny Adkins, Warner Ross and 3rd Grade Teacher Stacy Moore and Bolivar Elementary 3rd Grade students.

As a part of their 2018-2019 budget, City of Bolivar Mayor Julian McTizic and the City Council partnered with Bolivar Elementary to provide a Chromebook Cart.