Photo by Heather Carlton.
The Bolivar Youth Association Baseball 6U team (see photo right) are on pace to become the second undefeated team in the last two seasons, but also only the second to achieve that feat in the last ten years. The Blue team has outscored their... more
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The calm of a Sunday morning in Bolivar was rocked on July 5, when a Mississippi man drove his car into the back of the Bolivar Police Department. According to the report from the Bolivar Police Department, the incident began as the Bolivar Police... more
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The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) weighed in on Governor Bill Lee’s June 29 prohibition against large gatherings and contact sports until August 29. “We are working with the governor’s office to ensure that our member... more
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Citing lack of available movies and Governor Lee’s order prohibiting gatherings of more than fifty people, the Luez Theatre in Bolivar announced they would be closed until September. At their June 29 meeting, the Bolivar Downtown Development... more
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It will be a family affair on July 3 when Rockland Road will headline Music on the Square. Fueled by a mutual passion for many genres and longing for a fun, family-friendly musical experience for their kids, Paul and Jamie Martin began singing... more
Mary Margaret Ross runs through drills.
The Bolivar Central Lady Tigers began their push for the 2021 season and began practices in late June, but a vote by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) stopped things for a couple of weeks on June 22. Practice is suspended... more
Photo by Heather Carlton.
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Mary Margaret Ross runs through drills.

CORRECTION:

In the February story on the Mitchell St. shooting, the address should have been 335 Mitchell Street instead of 313.

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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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Students at Whiteville Elementary created dozens of displays to celebrate Black History Month.
The displays were shown at the school on Thursday, February 20.