Perrys Coming to Bolivar in June
Gospel Music on the Square June 11 will feature the Perrys. Loved by gospel music fans around the world, The Perrys have earned many accolades over their illustrious career. In addition to their Dove Award for Song of the Year and countless Dove... more
What to Do with the Tannery
The City of Bolivar will use a $500,000 grant to figure out what do to with the former home of Armira Corporation, also known as the Tannery. The grant, announced this past week is entitled as a “Community-wide Assessment Grant” and is part of $5.85... more
Juneteenth Celebration Set
The Hardeman County Commission for Black History will host the annual Juneteenth Celebration June 18 at Sand Beach Lake in Bolivar. Facilitated by Pastor Barbara Fitzhugh, the celebration that will begin at 11:00 a.m. with feature activities for... more
Photo courtesy of Ian Wellons.
Bolivar Central Basketball player Desiree Cross signed May 10 to play basketball and attend Vol State. “I’m super proud of Desiree,” began Bolivar Central Girls Basketball Coach Rob Parson. “The very first day of practice that we had she told me how... more
Photo left to right: Randy Bishop, Cynthia Scott, Maggie Barrowclough, April Simpson, Wanza Taylor, Annette Cornelius, and Carl Gibson of the Middleton Community Libary Board.
A grant from the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Office and the Tennessee State Library and Archives along with money from the City of Middleton and patrons of the library resulted in the Middleton Community Library officially opening its new multi-... more
Perrys Coming to Bolivar in June
What to Do with the Tannery
Local coaches and former players, including Bolivar Central standout and Southern Miss lineman Briason Mays hosted a football camp for players 5th grade and up on May 14. Photo courtesy of Brian Mays.
Juneteenth Celebration Set
Photo courtesy of Ian Wellons.
Photo left to right: Randy Bishop, Cynthia Scott, Maggie Barrowclough, April Simpson, Wanza Taylor, Annette Cornelius, and Carl Gibson of the Middleton Community Libary Board.

Knee Knocker

If you’re a first time deer hunter or a seasoned deer hunter with many seasons under your belt, you have or will probably experience a “knee knocker!” It’s one that’s just appears and takes your br

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Clarification:

In the article, MHS Class of 1954, published in the October 8 edition of the  Bulletin-Times , James Virgil Stewart was listed as deceased. This is incorrect, James Virgil Stewart is not deceased.

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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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Pictured from left to right:  Sharon Venuti, Regent; Emily Gibson, Student Extraordinaire; Deana Sain, DAR Good Citizens Chairman

Bolivar Central High School Student Emily Gibson was named the recipient of the DAR Good Citizen Award from Hatchie Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.