Tennessee’s farmers markets create an economic and social bridge between the state’s rural communities and its major population centers. There are many ways for you to celebrate this vital role during National Farmers Market Week August 5-11. With... more
Bolivar will get a series of concerts under the label “Open Air on the Square” from Ken Griggs who along with partners Tonet Griggs and Twanna Reaves who formed KAT Productions Inc., a new production company based in Bolivar. The group secured... more
Photo left to right: Industrial Board members Ricky Ayers and Larry Crawford, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, State Representative Johnny Shaw, Hardeman County Chamber Director Laura Hall, Royal Oak President and COO Randy Beech, Royal Oak Vice President Paul McAllister, Tennessee Economic Development Regional Director Tracy Exum, and Industrial Board member Mike Miller.
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, State Representative Johnny Shaw, the Hardeman County Industrial Board, and the Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce announced on July 30 that Royal Oak Charcoal will construct a plant for lump charcoal in Hardeman... more
John Baker slides into home for the first run of the game on July 22 against Jackson County National.
The Bolivar 10U All-Stars were the last team standing at Southaven, winning a pair of games in their bracket to finish 8th in the Dizzy Dean World Series. “We played hard,” said Head Coach Russ Kelly. “The kids were disappointed we lost, but overall... more
Apparently, democracy isn’t as popular as it used to be in Hardeman County, even when there are lots of choices. So far this year, voting pales to numbers in 2010, as 6,613 went to the polls for the General Election, with 3,534 voting early. There... more
Avary Adams, Molly Nuckolls, Kadea Bolyard, Emma Bruce, Keaton Majors. Back row: Katie Lax, Meredith Whitfield, Lily Pulse, Merideth Ross, Jordan McClelland, Kayla Druien. Not pictured: Emmy Piefer.
The Bolivar 10U Girls All-Stars played seven games in three days, finally bowing out in fourth place at the Dizzy Dean Softball World Series at Greenbrook Park in Southaven, MS July 11-13. The girls, coached by Leah Nuckolls, Hallee Childress, Will... more
Photo left to right: Industrial Board members Ricky Ayers and Larry Crawford, Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain, State Representative Johnny Shaw, Hardeman County Chamber Director Laura Hall, Royal Oak President and COO Randy Beech, Royal Oak Vice President Paul McAllister, Tennessee Economic Development Regional Director Tracy Exum, and Industrial Board member Mike Miller.
John Baker slides into home for the first run of the game on July 22 against Jackson County National.
Avary Adams, Molly Nuckolls, Kadea Bolyard, Emma Bruce, Keaton Majors. Back row: Katie Lax, Meredith Whitfield, Lily Pulse, Merideth Ross, Jordan McClelland, Kayla Druien. Not pictured: Emmy Piefer.

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AMBER D. MOORE, ADMINISTRATOR OF ELECTIONS

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In accordance with Tennessee Code Annotated 67-5-1702, the City of Grand Junction is hereby giving notice of the intent of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen to adopt a tax rate of 0.75 for both Fayet

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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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Toby #17614 is an adult male mixed breed. He is approximately five years old. This big guy weighs in around 90lbs!