Photo by Heather Pulse.
In their final home game of the season, the Middleton Tigers jumped out to an early lead, and cruised to a 34-6 win. Senior quarterback Gage Davis led the Tigers on offense with 94 yards passing and one touchdown along with 69 rushing yards and one... more
Chief Lynn Price of the Bolivar Fire Department recently spoke to Bolivar Central and Middleton High School students on the importance of fire safety. Outlining a variety of topics, he covered every aspect of fire prevention in the home and how to... more
Photo by Jessica Simmons
The Hickory Valley Women’s Club hosted a yard sale at Hickory Valley City Hall on Saturday. The ladies are raising funds to restore a 1949 Fire Truck as well as build a shelter so that it may be put on display for the public much like the town’s... more
The Bolivar Downtown Amphitheatre will be alive with music on Friday night as the Second Chance Band opens for the Amber McCain Band beginning on Friday at 7:00 p.m. The Amber McCain Band lists Country, Pop, Soft Rock, Classic Rock, and Rhythm and... more
Mike and Anita Jacobs joined Travis Gallagher for Grandparent’s Day at Bolivar Elementary School.
Bolivar Elementary School held their annual Grandparent’s Day celebrations this week along with the yearly book fair. Grandparents arrived to a welcome of cookies and lemonade where they then sat down in chairs formed into reading circles. Children... more
The Bolivar Middle School Girls Softball team came into the Hardeman County Softball Championship as the #3 seed, but beat the #2 and #1 teams to win their first title in seven years. Brooke Hickey pitched both games for the Lady Tigers, who beat... more
Photo by Heather Pulse.
Photo by Jessica Simmons
Mike and Anita Jacobs joined Travis Gallagher for Grandparent’s Day at Bolivar Elementary School.

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Chief Lynn Price of the Bolivar Fire Department recently spoke to Bolivar Central and Middleton High School students on the importance of fire safety.