Thirty-four three-man teams came together for the 15th Annual Tyler Bomar Memorial Golf Tournament, July 13 at the Hardeman County Golf and Country Club. The three-man scramble saw two teams tie for first place at 15-under par 57 as the threesome of... more
A high-speed chase and crash sent three to jail on Monday afternoon in Hardeman County. The chase ended just west of Bolivar as law enforcement from Whiteville, Bolivar and Hardeman County teamed up to prevent the chase from going into the City of... more
The Bolivar 6U team was given the Sportsmanship Award by the tournament.
Bolivar’s Dizzy Dean Softball teams brought home three top five finishes at the Dizzy Dean Softball World Series at Greenbrook Park in Southaven, MS, July 5-8. The top finishers were the 10U squad, who won their first two games enroute to a third... more
The 2018 event included a log sawing contest.
The Tennessee Forest Festival will come back September 26-28 as the second year of the rejuvenated event is hosted by Hardeman County. According to organizers Amber Moore and Larry Crawford, the event will have a tractor show and tractor pull, a... more
12U Bolivar All-Stars. Photo by Amy Morris.
Three of four Bolivar teams that went to Germantown for the annual West Tennessee State Championship came home with the hardware as Bolivar won five of the eight games between the teams over the June 28-29 weekend. The closest series of the four was... more
Sworn-in on July 1 were (from left to right) incumbent councilmen Larry McKinnie and Todd Lowe, along with newly-elected councilpeople Carol B. Spinks and Larry Crawford. Photo by Johnny Weems.
The City of Bolivar passed a balanced budget with no tax raise and a three-percent pay increase for employees during the June 27 meeting at the Bolivar Municipal Center. The tax rate stayed at $1.1542. “I’m happy we were able to provide a cost of... more
The Bolivar 6U team was given the Sportsmanship Award by the tournament.
The 2018 event included a log sawing contest.
12U Bolivar All-Stars. Photo by Amy Morris.
Sworn-in on July 1 were (from left to right) incumbent councilmen Larry McKinnie and Todd Lowe, along with newly-elected councilpeople Carol B. Spinks and Larry Crawford. Photo by Johnny Weems.

Saulsbury

Our prayer list is as follows: Grace and Bobby Bynum, Wilma Bynum, Cleo Snellings, Lee Carter, Novice Yopp, Curtis and Marjorie Hines, Margie Lovelace, Aurthur and Jo Bryson, Connie Dusek.

Pocahontas

Bro. Wayne Flake was voted in by 100 percent as interim pastor of First United Pentecostal Church. Services will be 10 a.m.  and 6 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Middleton

Prayer requests: Debi Brown, Roy Brumbelow,  Dorsey Clark, Helen Daniel, Leon Downen, Ron Grantham Jr., Bristol Harwood, John Henson, Dianne Hill, Gail Hobbs, Wilma Hodges,  Paul and Billie Ruth Ho

Toone

Hello to all!  Well things are shaping up for the Hornsby Family Fun Day.  I have been told there will be several ball games, craft vendors, food vendors, car show and lots of good entertainment.

Rumor control

The word going around the gossip pole is ducks, ducks and more ducks. The conditions in the nesting area have been the best in 30 years.

In Brief

The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen to meet September 1The Grand Junction Board of Aldermen will meet 7 p.m.

Early Deadlines

The Bulletin-Times office will be closed September 1 in observance of  Labor Day. Deadlines for the Shopper and Bulletin will be Thursday, August 28 at noon. 

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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

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