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The University of Missouri maintains a reputation for excellence and setting high standards for academics. This spring, 10,491 undergraduate students earned a spot on the dean’s list, exemplifying determination, drive and success. more
Nominations are now being accepted for the Bolivar High School Hall of Fame! The deadline to enter a nomination is July 7. Here are the criteria: more
Bolivar Memorial DAV Chapter 66 invites everyone to join them and the Bolivar Fire Department on Saturday, June 15, for the annual flag retirement ceremony. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. at Bolivar DAV. more
Monday, June 17 — Chili dogs on a bun, potato wedges, pea salad, lime Jell-O. more
Grace Fellowship Baptist Church will host a Celebration of Freedom on Sunday, June 30. In appreciation of the service from veterans, military, law enforcement, firefighters, emergency medical (EMS), doctors and nurses, emergency communications and all their family members more
Phil and Pam Morgan will be in concert at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 30, at Rondo Baptist Church as part of the “Amen” Ministry Tour. The presentation combines close family harmony with accomplished instrumentals for a fun, motivational experience. A love offering will be taken. more
Pleasant Hope Masonic Temple Association will host their annual fish and turkey fry Wednesday, June 26. Dinner will start at 6 p.m. Cost is $12 per person. more
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Auditions continue for the annual Polk County’s Got Talent show, an event that recognizes local talent and raises funds for Community Outreach Ministries. more
The Downtown Bolivar Association is now accepting applications for vendors who would like to sign up for a booth space at Country Days. This annual event hosts a variety of organizations and vendors who offer food, entertainment, and other goods. This year, Country Days will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7. more
All showtimes are for afternoons and evenings on Friday through Sunday unless otherwise noted. more
The proclamation ceremony took place Monday, June 10, in Jefferson City. more
The Stockton Lake PRCA Rodeo will kick off its fifth year this Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, at the Ray H Zumwalt Expo Center and Outdoor Arena. Gates will open at 4 P.M. with a performance each night at 8 P.M. more
The Marion C. Early Class of 1964, school years 1952-1964, celebrated a 60th anniversary reunion on Friday June 7 on the MCE Campus. The Program consisted of a social hour, dinner and a tour of the modern Campus. Seventeen members of the class and many of their spouses were able to attend. more
WARRENSBURG, MO - The following local students have earned a spot on the University of Central Missouri Dean’s List for the 2024 spring semester. more
Nominations are now being accepted for the Bolivar High School Hall of Fame! The deadline to enter a nomination is July 7. Here are the criteria: more
Bluegill may not be the largest fish you’ll find in area streams and ponds, but in terms of popularity, they’re high on the lists of many Ozark anglers. This is the time of year many Ozarkers add fishing for bluegill to their list of favored pastimes because now is when we’re getting into the primary spawning period for this member of the sunfish family. In terms of length (up to 10 inches) and weight (usually around 12 ounces or less), bluegill might be considered rather small in comparison with other species area anglers like to catch (crappie, bass, etc.). However, the fish’s fighting ability and the tastiness of its filets are two reasons this species is so popular among anglers. more
Pleasant Hope Masonic Temple Association will host their annual fish and turkey fry Wednesday, June 26. Dinner will start at 6 p.m. Cost is $12 per person. more
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