The Bolivar Hardeman County Branch, NAACP (BHCB, NAACP) held its annual Back-to-School/ Stay-in-School drive, making stops in Grand Junction, Bolivar and Whiteville. Students who attended received
One week after Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) sent children home for the summer break, the halls were once again filled. This time, the students were Hardeman County teachers. Each year, public
Homer Lee Doyle, a Korean War veteran with the United States Air Force, was surrounded by his family at his home in Hornsby for what he thought was a family outing.
The ladies of the local chapter of Business and Professional Women met Tuesday September 10, 2013 at On The Square Gallery & Gifts.
On September 11, Hardeman County residents not only remembered the fallen from the terrorist attacks of 2001 but also celebrated the resolve in America since that time at the “Cry Out America” prog
As the county makes plans for the remembrance of “Patriot Day” on September 11, many are anticipating the arrival of the city’s special guest from North Carolina who is scheduled to make a variety
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