Nope, not talking about the book. It’s always been my theory that if you pay your dues, you will reap the benefits of your labor. I always expect a little too much.
After battling it out against each other last week, Bolivar Central High (BCHS) and Middle High (MHS) Schools were prepared to begin their volleyball seasons on Monday, August 18.
The Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) Tigers played their first season game on Friday, August 22 at Crockett County (Cavaliers) High School in Alamo.
The Bolivar Middle School Tigers played Rose Hill at home on Thursday, August 21 and took a loss with a score of 8-20. “We should have beat them by 20.
The word going around the gossip pole is ducks, ducks and more ducks. The conditions in the nesting area have been the best in 30 years.