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The Missouri Prime Beef Packers, located in Pleasant Hope, has informed the state that it will be closing the facility in April, putting 335 people out of jobs. more
The 2023-2024 Wrestling season ended at the MSHSAA State Championships on February 23- 24 in Columbia MO at the Mizzou Arena. Bolivar had four qualifiers, Sydney Waters (29-13), Maddux NeSmith (31-11), Cooper Moore (42-4) and Mason McCurry (41-4). They ended the state tournament with two state placers.   Cooper Moore (144-pound wt. class) won by fall over Robert Buehre (Festus), won by decision over Leo Buchheit (North Point), and won by fall over Austin Hunter (Ft. Zumwalt South) which took him to the Finals. He lost by major decision to an undefeated Cody Culp (Hannibal) and brought home the silver medal.  more
Furthering a legacy of success, more than 1,800 students received degrees from the University of Missouri last December. more
The loss of a loved one can have powerful effects on each of us. If you are looking for a caring small group in which to find support, encouragement, and help, then our more
Missourians reminded to prepare for severe weather and participate in statewide tornado drill on March 6 more
The loss of a loved one can have powerful effects on each of us. If you are looking for a caring small group in which to find support, encouragement, and help, then our GriefShare groups might be just the thing you are looking for. This program is a grief support group that features Christ-centered, biblical teaching that focuses on grief topics associated with the death of a loved one. The DVD seminar features nationally respected grief experts, counselors, and real-life stories of people just like you, followed by a small group discussion about what was seen on the DVD. more
The Polk County University of Missouri Extension is sponsoring a Spring Garden Planning workshop on Saturday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Polk County Extension Center, 110 E Jefferson, Bolivar. Cost for the event is $10 per participant. more
The Bolivar CTA is hosting the annual School Board Candidate Forum on Monday, March 18 in the Bolivar Board Room at the Central Office. The forum will begin at 6 p.m. with general questions, break for a Meet & Greet with the Candidates then, conclude with submitted questions and closing comments. more
On Saturday evening Feb. 17, the Polk County 4-H hosted their annual Soup Supper and Dessert Auction. Soups and desserts were made and donated by the county 4-H families. Zach Artz volunteered his time as auctioneer. The youth would like to thank the community for their generosity in donations. There were approximately 110 people in attendance. The event was a success in raising close to $2,000 which will support the 4-H programming in Polk county. more
Citizens Memorial Hospice will host bereavement support group classes starting Tuesday, March 5, at 9 a.m. at Lime Bank, CMH Community Room 2, 1630 S. Killingsworth Ave., in Bolivar. more
Monday, Feb. 26 — Ham and potato soup, broccoli, wheat roll, cherry crisp. more
Innovate SOMO brings successful Early-Stage Business Boot Camps to the region. more
Drury University will join the Southwest Baptist University Mercy College of Health Professions partnership to provide Drury students with a pathway to a career in nursing. more
Citizens Memorial Hospital and Bolivar Family Care Center announce the addition of Nicole Davis, licensed master social worker, and James Lowery, licensed professional counselor, to the medical staff. more
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Congratulations to Nancy Hale, for guessing Brenda’s Cafe as the February location. Thank you for participating, watch for a new location starting Wednesday, Feb. 28. more
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