Curtis H. Morris, a lifelong resident of Hardeman County, invites his family and friends to join him for cake and ice cream at Dixie Hills Baptist Church on September 28 at 1 p.m. Mr. Morris was honored at homecoming at Dixie Hills Baptist Church on... more
The first start since 1993 for a NCAA Power Five School for a football player from Hardeman County happened on Saturday, September 14 as redshirt freshman Briason Mays started at center of West Virginia University in their 44-27 home victory, a day... more
The new Hardeman County Agri-Business Center will be the centerpiece of the Forest Festival. It will house the Hardeman County UT Extension Service as well as an area where local farmers will be able to work their livestock.
The Tennessee Forest Festival schedule got a little better with the announcement that Purdy Entertainment will provide a carnival with the midway opening at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 26. Caleb Minter will provide a concert for the festival... more
Photo by Sara Rice.
Tiger football teams in Hardeman County dropped region games on September 6 to storied programs in the state. Middleton (0-3, 0-2) managed a 6-6 first quarter tie with Wayne County, but were outscored 22-12 in the second quarter enroute to 48-26... more
The Bolivar City Council and the City of Bolivar honored Jimmy and Doug Maxwell at their regularly scheduled meeting on September 9. City of Bolivar Mayor Julian McTizic presented the pair with the following: “On behalf of the citizens of Bolivar... more
The new Hardeman County Agri-Business Center will be the centerpiece of the Forest Festival. It will house the Hardeman County UT Extension Service as well as an area where local farmers will be able to work their livestock.
Photo by Sara Rice.
The City of Bolivar and the Hardeman County Schools officially named the streets at the corner of Butler and Nuckolls “Tiger Alley” on August 29. Photo by Sarah Rice

Hornsby

Hello to all.  Well school is in full force.   Hornsby Elementary had “Meet the Teachers” night along with its first PTO meeting.    

Grand Junction

Greetings, Grand Junction.  Hope everyone is enjoying this lovely, spring-like weather in August.  I know my electric bill is getting a big break this month.

Multitasking

I guess in today’s world, if you move both fingers on a keypad, that’s multitasking. That’s not what I’m talking about. As outdoorsman/woman, without realizing it, we multitask by the minute.

In Brief

Music on the Square on August 22Music on the Square presents musical performances by Showtime on Courthouse Square in downtown Bolivar.    HCAC presents All I Really Need t

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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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