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A new transportation and courier service is now available to the local community. Precision Cab Company was recently founded by Kody and Dee Crawford, owners of the Bolivar-based bowling alley K&D Lanes, located at 1827 W Broadway St. more
Bolivar recently gained a new store called Hominy Creek Boutique, owned and operated by Lisa Barham of Halfway. more
A late Bolivar physician left behind years of hard work and laughter with his colleagues and a lasting legacy in the community. more
Well-known traveler Steve Fugate, a native of Florida, visited Bolivar last week while on his ninth walk across the United States, having already covered over 49,000 miles of walking. more
Representative Mark Alford from Missouri took some time to converse with employees at the Break Time convenience store in Bolivar on Thursday, July 6. more
Mayor Christopher D. Warwick of Bolivar has thrown his hat into the ring for state representative. The district includes all of Polk County and a portion of Hickory County. A Republican, he will appear on the August 2024 primary ballot to face off against any fellow Republican candidates. Currently, Warwick is the first to publicly announce his campaign. more
The Bolivar City Fire Department responded to Parkview Health Care Facility, 119 W. Forest Street in Bolivar, on Monday, July 10, for reports of smoke in the building. more
The Bolivar City Fire Department and the Polk County Commission have issued burn bans for Bolivar and Polk County beginning Friday, July 7. The ban will remain in effect until further notice. more
Breakfast lovers can keep an eye out for a new eatery that will be coming to Bolivar soon. Heather and Shayne Heckadon are introducing the community to Black Squirrel Coffee and Crepery. more
The Bolivar Rotary Club’s 43rd annual Celebration of Freedom brought friends and family to the SBU campus, Tuesday, July 4 for food, fun, and entertainment. The holiday was also the perfect time for the community to honor local veterans with a special ceremony. Closing out the night, local residents flooded the SBU lawns and found parking spots in town, as the skies were illuminated during the anticipated fireworks show. more
Last month, Sarah Newell, executive director of Polk County Dispatch, was appointed by Governor Parson to the Missouri 911 Service Board. more
A Bolivar bowling alley recently agreed to be the site of a movie scene in an upcoming film by the Springfield-based movie production company Radix Studios. more
A Bolivar man was indicted by a federal grand jury on Tuesday, June 27 on charges related to the sexual exploitation of a child victim. more
A new Missouri administrative rule, 15 CSR 30-200.015, will require parents/legal guardians to come into the library to fill out a new application for children's library cards. more
Summer lunches will be available at the Cribbs Family Youth Park from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays from July 5 through August 11. more
Major improvements are coming to Fair Play with assistance from several grants. more
Woods Supermarket recently recognized Paul Doyle, the assistant store manager in Stockton, for his 50-year employment milestone. more
Country Lane Montessori, a new learning center in the Bolivar area, will begin offering educational lessons and tutoring for children ages 3 to 7. more
Bolivar residents will again have the chance to shoot off fireworks within city limits this holiday season. more
Bolivar Rotary Club is hosting the 43rd annual Celebration of Freedom on Tuesday, July 4, on the Southwest Baptist University campus. The community event begins at 5:30 p.m. and continues through fireworks at dusk. more
Olive Branches Hospice House recently opened its doors to the public, creating an inviting space to provide end-of-life care for guests. more
Missouri Prime Beef Packers, the Pleasant Hope-based meat packing plant, recently filed an application for a permit to release 350,000 gallons a day of treated wastewater into the Pomme de Terre River. more
The Central Polk County Fire Protection District (CPCFPD) will have a special tax levy on the upcoming August 8 ballot. The fire protection district will be asking for an additional 30 cents per $100 assessed valuation from residents within their service area. more
Southwest Baptist University is launching new degree program opportunities for the Fall 2023 semester, including a new Data Science major and two new Master of Business Administration concentrations in Data Analytics and Marketing. more
Thursday, June 8, the Bolivar community enjoyed a perfect night for the annual Bolivar Night at the Springfield Cardinals. more
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