The Ruritan Club voted to make a donation to Hardeman Adoptable Animals in memory of Gordon Harris who passed away unexpectedly March 22. Harris was a tireless volunteer for HAA, often bringing personal equipment from home to complete shelter projects.
Rob Jensik, Executive Directorof the Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce, was the  guest speaker at the April meeting of the Grand Junction Ruritan Club. He discussed the impact of the Memphis Regional Megasite (industrial site) on our area. Jensik... more
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain and Bolivar Mayor Barrett Stevens gathered with members of the Business and Professional Women (BPW) on Tuesday, April 14, to recognize Equal Pay Day and declare Equal Pay Day in Hardeman County. Sain said the day was chosen nationwide because on a national level, April 14 is how long a woman has to work full time in order to equal the pay a man receives.
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain made two proclamations last week. The first proclamation was during a meeting at Los Portales, in partnership with Bolivar Mayor Barrett Stevens, to declare Equal Pay Day in Hardeman County. April 14 was declared... more
Pictured (l-r): Dennis Gregg, Randall Rice, Mary Mancini, Amos Powers, and Meryl Rice.
Democrats from across the state met in Spring Hill last weekend for their annual spring conference.  In addition to a full slate of workshops, there were also elections held. Hardeman County Democratic Party Chair, Randall Rice, was elected to head... more
  Grand Valley Lakes Board of Directors for the 2015-2016 term are (l – r): Bill Stone, Bob Bertin, Jean Harrison, Danielle Emerson, Bubba Winkler, Jeannie Ferri, and Ron Scott. Not shown are Myra Cox and Bill Platten.
Grand Valley Lakes held its annual meeting of members on April18. The agenda was somewhat abbreviated this year in comparison to past years. This was primarily due to the fact there were no proposed changes to the community’s covenants, which would... more
Steve Beverly, Associate Professor of Communications Arts at Union University, said the era of neutral and unbiased news reporting has passed.
“The general perception of national media is right along the same lines of attorneys and used car salesmen,” Union University Associate Professor of Communications Arts Steve Beverly said. “Most of the national surveys show there is a much more... more
Fayette Academy Senior Will Howell has been selected to the Tennessee Sports Writers’ Association All-State Basketball Team.  Will had an excellent senior season; he was the team’s second leading scorer while leading the team in rebounds,... more
The Ruritan Club voted to make a donation to Hardeman Adoptable Animals in memory of Gordon Harris who passed away unexpectedly March 22. Harris was a tireless volunteer for HAA, often bringing personal equipment from home to complete shelter projects.
Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain and Bolivar Mayor Barrett Stevens gathered with members of the Business and Professional Women (BPW) on Tuesday, April 14, to recognize Equal Pay Day and declare Equal Pay Day in Hardeman County. Sain said the day was chosen nationwide because on a national level, April 14 is how long a woman has to work full time in order to equal the pay a man receives.
Pictured (l-r): Dennis Gregg, Randall Rice, Mary Mancini, Amos Powers, and Meryl Rice.
  Grand Valley Lakes Board of Directors for the 2015-2016 term are (l – r): Bill Stone, Bob Bertin, Jean Harrison, Danielle Emerson, Bubba Winkler, Jeannie Ferri, and Ron Scott. Not shown are Myra Cox and Bill Platten.
Steve Beverly, Associate Professor of Communications Arts at Union University, said the era of neutral and unbiased news reporting has passed.

Zone’s

f you turkey hunt you’ve probably heard of strut zone’s, comfort zone and in my case twilight zone, ha, ha! Let me tell you of the third zone.

Billy C. Powell

Billy C. Powell, 84 years of age, passed away on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at his home in Hickory Valley. He is survived by his wife of 59 years Jane Mitchell Powell.

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In spite of some objection on the House floor, the proposed funding in the state budget for the Lone Oaks 4-H camp and conference center passed the House and the Senate Thursday, April 16.