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The Hardeman County School Board finalized most of the plans for leadership at the top for the remainder of 2021 in their July 22 meeting. With the resignation of Superintendent Warner Ross II effective September 30, the board moved up their... more
Bomar Tournament Raises Scholarship $$$
The Tyler Bomar Memorial Golf Tournament was held on July 17 at the Hardeman County Golf and Country Club, with proceeds going to the scholarship fund that awarded four scholarships this year. The tournament was divided into two shotgun starts,... more
Joshua Davis of Hickory Valley and Stephanie Middleton of the Hardeman Healthy Outreach share their growing experiences.
The Bolivar Farmers Market hosted the “Power of Produce” or POP on July 17. POP will be done through September, allowing children to appreciate the fresh foods that Hardeman County’s farmers make available for purchase with POP bucks. Hardeman... more
County Shooters Compete at State Event
Two teams and one individual from Hardeman County placed at the state level in the Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program. Competing in the intermediate entry, Layne Faulk, Ashton Jeter, and Eli Parsons finished second in Sporting Clays, with... more
The 6U Squad was coached by Phillip Roberts, Manager Justin Howell, Tim Malone, and Eric McIntyre.
The Dizzy Dean 6U All-Stars were the last team standing from Bolivar, finishing tied for sixth out of ten teams. The 6U squad won two one-run games on Sunday, beating Southaven 28-27 and Madison County Rockets 19-18. The team lost both games in the... more
Millions for Highway 18
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain announced the Tennessee Department of Transportation will spend more than $2.5 million to resurface a portion of Highway 18 South of Bolivar in Hardeman County. “I’m very pleased to announce the Highway 18 South... more
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Bomar Tournament Raises Scholarship $$$
Joshua Davis of Hickory Valley and Stephanie Middleton of the Hardeman Healthy Outreach share their growing experiences.
County Shooters Compete at State Event
The 6U Squad was coached by Phillip Roberts, Manager Justin Howell, Tim Malone, and Eric McIntyre.
Millions for Highway 18

NOTICE

The Hardeman County Election Commission will meet on May 25, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. at the Hardeman County Election Commission office located at 106 S.

NOTICE

DevCo Meeting May 17, 2021, at the Bolivar Municipal Center at 5:00 o'clock.

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To unify the community using collection carts, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote on a resolution to charge for garbage collection at the next board meeting on June 7, 2021 held at 151 E.

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The Town of Whiteville 2020 Water Quality Report will be published in the Bolivar Bulletin on May 20, 2021.
This report will not be direct mailed to customers.

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The Tennessee Department of Agriculture Forestry Division is offering for sale under bid numbers A-03-21-01, A-03-21-02, A-03-21-03, A-03-21-04 certain timber on Chickasaw State Forest near Medon,

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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.