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Bolivar Herald-Free Press announces the hire of new editor, Nicole Emmons. more
Bolivar tennis had a very long and hard season this year. The Liberators were able to squeeze out wins from matches that had seemed lost. Monday’s match against Republic was one that the team was unable to get over the hump losing 4-5. Getting wins for the Liberators was Kami Bryan and Emma Goodman as the #2 doubles team, and Bryan also won her singles match 8-2. Also getting wins in singles was Jillian Horner at the #4 spot with a hard fought tiebreaker winning 9-7, and Goodman wins at the #5 spot 8-5. Republic has a very hard and talented team from top to bottom. more
The Save The Lake Committee will host another public meeting at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at the pavilion located behind the Pomme de Terre Corps of Engineers office building. more
Sponsors donated more than $40,000 to the Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation more
Center Stage Dance Academy dancers were invited to perform at the Nascar 75th Anniversary Cup Series at the Kansas City Speedway on Sunday, Sept. 10. Terri Kirksey, owner of Center Stage, received a call from Nascar in April asking if they would like to perform at Nascar, and she was very excited to have this amazing opportunity for her dancers. Terri hand picked a group of students that were dedicated and up for the task of working hard for hours a day during summer break to put together a great show. The girls worked many hours every week during the summer to perfect a 15-minute non-stop routine that was race car themed for the Nascar opening ceremonies. more
Talk to your physician… don’t wait. more
Celebrate homecoming today, Sept. 22. Enjoy the annual homecoming parade, starting at 2:30 p.m. at the Bolivar High School and making their way to the square. The Liberators take on Glendale at Plaster Stadium at 7 p.m. The coronation ceremony will be at 6:30 p.m. before kick-off.  more
Community Outreach Ministries (COM) is hosting their second annual “Polk County’s Got Talent” fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Bolivar High School at 6:30 pm. A spinoff of the popular television talent show, America’s Got Talent, the fundraising event will highlight the talent of ten local individuals and groups. The event benefits Community Outreach Ministries which seeks to alleviate food insecurity in Polk County through their food pantry and community development programs. more
The name “Roweton” is near, if not at, the top of a short list of names that ring bells in minds throughout the Ozarks and beyond when discussions turn to Bolivar sports history. more
The proposal would give everyone in the Bolivar School District in-district tuition costs at OTC and local OTC campus opportunities. more
The public is invited to a groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, for the Citizens Memorial Hospital expansion in Bolivar. Lunch will be served after the ceremony. more
Sling -n- Stones Ministries will host a National Recovery Month Awareness event at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16 at the First Christian Church, 407 W Broadway St., Bolivar. Guest speaker, Dr. Tony Berry, will share his personal story about a family battle with addiction and recovery. A free dinner will be provided, and all are invited. more
Golfers and sponsors alike will have the chance to turn an upcoming round of golf play into a tremendous benefit for a serious cause this October during the first Play Fore Pink golf tournament. more
Monday, Sept. 11, the Bolivar Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting, welcoming Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers to Bolivar. more
Bolivar hosted its home golf tournament on Monday, Sept. 11, at Silo Ridge Country Club. Silo Ridge is a well known course for being one of the best places to play in the state. more
Bolivar tennis has done very well over the past couple of years and is looking to carry this success into this long season. more
Lady Liberator softball returns a majority of their very young squad. Coming back this season includes three All-Conference players KaCee Jenkins, Carly Cribbs, and Haley Hale. more
On a beautiful evening, Friday, Sept. 8, with a hint of fall, the Parkview Vikings traveled to Plaster Stadium at Southwestern Baptist University to meet the Bolivar Liberators in an Ozark Conference matchup. more
The 18th annual Bill Maack Memorial Horse Show will be held Sept. 16, at the Bolivar Saddle Club arena located just east of Hwy 13 and 32 Junction. Start time is 6:30 p.m. more
Saturday, Sept. 10, was the perfect day for the annual Country Days event. There was something for everyone, numerous vendors, food to please everyone, entertainment on the streets and games for youngsters to enjoy! The square and adjoining streets were overflowing, the event just gets bigger and better every year. The Downtown Bolivar Association and all the volunteers worked long hours to bring the community another outstanding and fun day to the community. more
As the sun set on a hot and sunny August evening, anticipation filled the air at Bolivar Technical College (BTC). Students, both new and returning, eagerly awaited the commencement of the fall semester, which officially began on Aug. 28. However, the excitement didn't just start with the first day of classes; it was ignited the week prior during the college’s well-organized orientation program. more
Liberator soccer prevailed in their match at home against Rolla on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The team showed fantastic perseverance throughout a physical game. Headed by seniors and captains Jonathon Peters and Ben Tull the defense withstood Rolla’s aggressive offense. Standing out with many crucial saves to secure the overtime victory was sophomore goalkeeper Wyatt Viles. more
Saturday, Sept. 2, Bolivar Cross Country hosted the SWCCCA meet for 2023. more
The Rolla Bulldogs started the Labor Day weekend with a football game in Bolivar's home field Plaster Stadium. Rolla came off a loss to Camdenton the week before 41-21. They brought a young team and a new coach trying to find some traction for their first win. more
Bolivar Mayor Christopher D. Warwick signed a proclamation on Friday, Sept. 1, declaring Sunday, Sept. 17, as Constitution Day and the week of September 17-23 as Constitution Week in Bolivar. He was joined by representatives with the local Matilda Polk Campbell Chapter of the National Daughters of the American Revolution. more
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