Industrial Commercial Equipment US, Inc. (ICE) employees enjoyed green beans, corn, chicken and dressing, gravy, rolls, cranberry sauce, peach cobbler and lemon and chocolate cakes served by Blanche Cox Ministry.
Blanche Cox Outreach Ministry served lunch on Friday, October 17 to the employees of Industrial Commercial Equipment US, Inc. (ICE) in Bolivar.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
The BCHS cheer squad was joined by young girls who participated in the summer cheer clinic as they all performed during half-time of the  BCHS vs. Fayette-Ware football game.
More than 30 young cheerleaders joined the Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) cheer squad on the field at half-time on Friday, October 17 during the BCHS vs. Fayette-Ware football game.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital... more
Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) senior Devonte Smith (seated) was one of the many students that attended the TN Promise Day at TCAT, Whiteville. Pictured (l-r):  TCAT Whiteville Director Carolyn Beverly, TCAT Computer Information Technology Instructor Lisa Jacobs, TCAT Counselor/Recruiter JacQuene Winfield, TCAT Electronics Technology/Industrial Maintenance Instructor Joshua Mobley, TCAT Financial Aid Supervisor Owetha Hunter, TCAT Automotive Technology Instructor Mike McCord, TCAT Student Services Assoc
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), Whiteville opened its doors on Saturday, October 18 for TN Promise Scholarship Saturday. High school seniors and their parents were invited to learn more about the TN Promise and the local academic... more
BCHS Tiger Javonte Crisp makes yardage down the field as he escapes the grasp of a Fayette Ware Wildcat in another season win of 53-35.
The Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) football Tigers are on a roll after winning their second game of the season against Fayette Ware Wildcats on Friday, October 17. The Tigers took command of the game early on in the first quarter and finished it... more
Golfers participated in the 10th annual Hunters for Hungry Golf Tournament on October 18 to raise money to feed hungry families in Hardeman County.
The Hunters for Hungry annual golf tournament, hosted by the United Methodist Men of First United Methodist Church in Bolivar, held its 10th year anniversary tournament on Saturday, October 18 at the Hardeman County Country Club. Although losing... more
Welcom Ussery, his wife, and at least two children of their children are buried in the cemetery he founded in 1859.
Sometime prior to 1839, Welcom Ussery arrived in Hardeman County with his wife, children, and three brothers. He settled in an area known today as Grand Valley Lakes.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
Industrial Commercial Equipment US, Inc. (ICE) employees enjoyed green beans, corn, chicken and dressing, gravy, rolls, cranberry sauce, peach cobbler and lemon and chocolate cakes served by Blanche Cox Ministry.
The BCHS cheer squad was joined by young girls who participated in the summer cheer clinic as they all performed during half-time of the  BCHS vs. Fayette-Ware football game.
Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) senior Devonte Smith (seated) was one of the many students that attended the TN Promise Day at TCAT, Whiteville. Pictured (l-r):  TCAT Whiteville Director Carolyn Beverly, TCAT Computer Information Technology Instructor Lisa Jacobs, TCAT Counselor/Recruiter JacQuene Winfield, TCAT Electronics Technology/Industrial Maintenance Instructor Joshua Mobley, TCAT Financial Aid Supervisor Owetha Hunter, TCAT Automotive Technology Instructor Mike McCord, TCAT Student Services Assoc
BCHS Tiger Javonte Crisp makes yardage down the field as he escapes the grasp of a Fayette Ware Wildcat in another season win of 53-35.
Golfers participated in the 10th annual Hunters for Hungry Golf Tournament on October 18 to raise money to feed hungry families in Hardeman County.
Welcom Ussery, his wife, and at least two children of their children are buried in the cemetery he founded in 1859.

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Early voting opened October 15
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Hardeman County Mayor Jimmy Sain held a public contract signing with Hospital Wing on Saturday, October 18, to provide Hospital WIng services for every resident of the county at no cost to the citi

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Bolivar Central High School (BCHS) senior Devonte Smith (seated) was one of the many students that attended the TN Promise Day at TCAT, Whiteville. Pictured (l-r):  TCAT Whiteville Director Carolyn Beverly, TCAT Computer Information Technology Instructor Lisa Jacobs, TCAT Counselor/Recruiter JacQuene Winfield, TCAT Electronics Technology/Industrial Maintenance Instructor Joshua Mobley, TCAT Financial Aid Supervisor Owetha Hunter, TCAT Automotive Technology Instructor Mike McCord, TCAT Student Services Assoc

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), Whiteville opened its doors on Saturday, October 18 for TN Promise Scholarship Saturday.