Hardeman County was treated to the Driving Innovation Road Show as the mobile until came to Bolivar on June 11. Driving Innovation is a mobile program that supports economic and workforce development in Tennessee’s rural communities. Funded by the... more
Photo by Ginger Tester.
New Bolivar Central Football Coach Montrell Craft has only been at work as the head coach for a few weeks, but he sees a chance for good things from his squad. “We have some key guys coming back in certain positions, such as the offensive line,... more
Lynn Price (left) with Evelyn Robertson, of Whiteville, who presented the award.
Bolivar Fire Chief Lynn Price won the African American Conference Outstanding Leader Award during the WestStar Leadership Program’s Annual African American Leadership Conference, held May 7 in Jackson. Price was also named Fire Chief of the Year by... more
The American Red Cross-Midwest Tennessee Chapter has named local resident, Mrs. Sarah Rice as their 2019 Volunteer of the Year. Sarah is employed by the City of Bolivar and serves as administrative support for the Bolivar Fire Department and as the... more
Photo by Nikki Williams.
Bolivar Mayor Julian McTizic unveiled plans for Sand Beach Lake on the east end of Bolivar, in a ceremony on May 23. Unveiled as a 122-acre park, the plans have a boat ramp, beach area, walking trails, an amphitheatre, camping areas, and in the... more
Photo by Grace Teubner
The Bolivar Central Lady Tigers saw their most successful season ever come to a close on May 18 with a 5-1 loss to Lexington in the sub-state game, the latest the Tigers have ever lasted in the playoffs. Head Coach Dylan Hill said it was bittersweet... more
Photo by Ginger Tester.
Lynn Price (left) with Evelyn Robertson, of Whiteville, who presented the award.
Photo by Nikki Williams.
Photo by Grace Teubner

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.

From the mailbox

Even well-intentioned ministers can be misled.  Because they have congregations that hang on every word they say, they really should check the facts first before repeating rumors about Amendment 1.

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There has been a lot of deliberate misinformation and confusion about Amendment 1 – the so-called abortion amendment.  In order to help clarify the significance and benefits this amendment offers t

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On November 4, each of us will have the opportunity to decide the future of our state.  Currently, Tennessee is known as an abortion destination in which one of four abortions is sought by an out-o

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In a 2000 ruling, the Tennessee Supreme Court, regarding the un-Constitutional restrictions about abortion at that time, stated “We conclude that a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy is a vit

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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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Middleton High School HOSA students, ranging from seventh to twelfth grade, attended the TN HOSA State Leadership Conference in Chattanooga March 24.