Ross with parents Jim and Vicky Mitchell, brother Clay and Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain. Brother Clay is the #7 ranked rodeo cowboy in Canada.  Photo by Ginger Tester.
Ross Mitchell of Bolivar, who recently completed his freshman season at the University of Tennessee at Martin, was honored by the Hardeman County Commission on August 15 for his second place finish in the national standings at the 69th annual... more
Ricky Watkins reads a tribute to Mayor Stevens while Mayor McTizic and former Mayor Stevens look on.
City officials along with City of Bolivar employees were present for the Grand Opening of Pleasant Run Creek Park on Friday, August 11. Mayor Julian McTizic began the ceremonies alongside former Mayor Barrett Stevens in front of the recently... more
The Wolf River Band on stage
The Bolivar Downtown Amphitheatre will welcome the Wolf River Band to the stage on Friday night for Music on the Square. The Wolf River Band, who play a blend of country, blues and southern rock, are Ronnie Moss on vocals and drums, James Berry on... more
Bolivar Central and Middleton Football teams will share the field on Friday, August 11 as they will both play in the football jamboree hosted by Chester County. Both teams head into the season in uncharted territory in recent years as Bolivar will... more
Lewis Vincent of East Bolivar grows a labor of love sunflower patch each summer. This year, he had two huge surprises to grow over 16 feet tall and weigh over 20 pounds each. Every August he begins the cycle of pulling all the flowers down before... more
Sain receiving ThreeStar Award from Governor Haslam
The State of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development has announced the ThreeStar Competitive Grant Awards for Fiscal Year 2017/18. Thirty-one counties will receive $25,000.00 and Hardeman County is one of them. In the past, each... more
Ross with parents Jim and Vicky Mitchell, brother Clay and Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain. Brother Clay is the #7 ranked rodeo cowboy in Canada.  Photo by Ginger Tester.
Ricky Watkins reads a tribute to Mayor Stevens while Mayor McTizic and former Mayor Stevens look on.
The Wolf River Band on stage
Sain receiving ThreeStar Award from Governor Haslam

NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 67-5-508, Tennessee Code Annotated, the property assessment records of Hardeman County will be available for public inspection in the Assessor’s Office during normal business ho

Notice of Bid

The Bolivar Energy Authority is accepting bids for fiber optic cable install equipment. This equipment includes a tractor, fiber optic splicing trailer, and reel turret trailer.

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Lewis Vincent of East Bolivar grows a labor of love sunflower patch each summer. This year, he had two huge surprises to grow over 16 feet tall and weigh over 20 pounds each.