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Butterfield Residential Care Center welcomes Ash Carrel, LNHA, as the new administrator for the facility. Carrel has been serving as the administrator in training since January 2024. She replaces Tammie Callaway, who served as the director of Butterfield for 17 years and 36 total years working for CMH. Callaway is retiring April 3. more
How well do you know Polk County? more
Cassie Lerlene Johnson more
The Polk County Genealogical Society (PCGS) will once again be offering the service of placing flowers on graves for Memorial Day. Orders may be made from March 25 through May 3. The choices will be either a small spray placed by the stone or a saddle placed over the top of the stone. The cost for the saddle is $50 and the bouquet is $20. Deliveries can be made to cemeteries in Polk County. more
Deaths more
The Bolivar Police Department will be taking part in the DEA National RX take back. Turn in unneeded medication for safe disposal.  more
Sophia Marie Griesbaum more
All items must be placed at curbs by April 29 more
Dale Scroggins more
CIVIL PETITIONS more
Bobby J. Burleson more
Carl Elwin Childs more
The Bolivar Woodcarvers club welcomed Vic Hood, from Franklin, Tennessee, on Tuesday, March 26, for a class on carving wooden busts. Hood and his assistant, Gene Graham, travel the country holding woodcarving classes. This marks the 18th year that Hood has brought his expertise to the Bolivar club. The class was attended by five local wood carvers as well as one from Nebraska, one from Arkansas and one from Kansas City. The class was held at the home of David and Nancy Hale. When Hood isn’t traveling giving classes, he also works on many historical buildings doing renovations. more
Writer witnesses bird-on-bird violence more
Monday, April 8 — Spaghetti with meat sauce bake, California Blend, Caesar salad, garlic bread, cookie. more
It’s once again time to honor Bolivar’s greatest servants. more
POLICE REPORTS more
The Polk County Health Center staff are dedicated to serve and support individuals by providing healthcare, education, and resources to build a safer and healthier community. Always promoting public health through high-quality healthcare, education, and environmental health inspections. The nursing staff provides routine services including vaccinations and disease screenings, as well as foot care for seniors. The PCHC are proud to partner with schools and organizations to provide group education on health and safety topics while promoting individual education on topics such as car seats and safe cribs. The local environmental health staff performs restaurant and daycare inspections to ensure the spaces in which we live are safe and sanitary. Additionally, PCHC has the privilege of serving families through programs like WIC, Show Me Healthy Women, and Wise Women. more
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Get ready to treat your taste buds because the Spring Food Trucks at BTC event is coming, serving delicious food during the month of April. Bolivar Technical College is rolling out a delectable lineup of food trucks that promise to make your spring days even brighter. more
Thursday, April 4 more
3D Gospel featuring Delisa Dawn Spurgeon, from Lowry City, will be at Rondo Baptist Church at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 7. more
Bolivar First Assembly of God will have a special speaker on Sunday, April 14. Dave Roever will speak at the 10:30 a.m. service as well as after service at 12:30 p.m. more
Bearcat baseball junior Jaden Thacker earned the program’s first ever GLVC pitcher of the week award, announced by the conference office Monday. more
On a windy cold afternoon, the Logan-Rogersville tennis team rolled into the Bolivar tennis complex to challenge the undefeated Liberators. more
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