HAA is working diligently to ensure that 2019 is the year that we finally move into our forever home! We want to share an update with the community and our supporters. HAA would like to say a sincere thank you to Mr. Ken Hadley. Mr. Hadley has... more
Outgoing Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Donald L. Cherry Jr., a native of Bolivar, Tennessee, was honored on February 1 as the 2nd Battalion, 77th Field Artillery Regiment "Steel," 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, held a Change... more
Bolivar Middle School (in no particular order): Jamarion Anderson, Jakobe Cross, A’Ryan Spencer, Tamarcus Smith, and Adaylan Cross, Kevin Pugh, Jr., Christian McCarley, Jakarian Blakemore, Kylan McNeal, Josiah Clark, Quinterous Turner, Dre’Tavous Turner, Jaylan Beard, Quaderious Gaines, Jabari McClellan,
Bolivar Middle School and Middleton Middle School came up one game short of a trip to Murfreesboro, bowing out in their section championship games. The first year of the TMSSA hosting a state championship saw the Tigers make a run after qualifying... more
Lifelong Hardeman County resident Cecil Wilson Jeter, Jr., will have his name placed on the Hatchie River Bridge to honor and celebrate his years of service to the United States Army in the Vietnam War and to Hardeman County. A unanimous vote by the... more
As the Bolivar Central Lady Tigers cruised to a 64-36 win over Ripley on January 29, it had another significance: Bolivar Central Head Coach Rick Rudesill’s 800th coaching win. “It’s so many more people than just the kids tonight,” said Rudesill. “... more
Photo by  Jennifer Smeltser
Tickets are on-sale now for the Hardeman County Arts Council’s production of Mardi Gras Masquerade Murder, February 14-16. Presented as dinner theatre, the meal will be served each night at 6:00, with the show beginning at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $25... more
Bolivar Middle School (in no particular order): Jamarion Anderson, Jakobe Cross, A’Ryan Spencer, Tamarcus Smith, and Adaylan Cross, Kevin Pugh, Jr., Christian McCarley, Jakarian Blakemore, Kylan McNeal, Josiah Clark, Quinterous Turner, Dre’Tavous Turner, Jaylan Beard, Quaderious Gaines, Jabari McClellan,
Photo by  Jennifer Smeltser

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

Photo left to right: Austin Mitchell, Jacob Lumpkin, Jeremy McKay, and Zeke Craft.

When Middleton High School CAD students began working with their new 3-D printer, they didn’t know they would make such a difference so quickly.