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Pleasant Hope Middle School recently released its fourth-quarter honor roll. According to a school news release, the following students earned spots on the list: more
Fair Play Schools recently released its fourth-quarter honor roll. According to a school news release, the following students earned spots on the list: more
Ben Coker, son of Shaun and Laura Coker, of Bolivar, just finished his school year as a seventh grader at Bolivar Middle School. more
Southwest Baptist University conferred 286 undergraduate degrees during two ceremonies Friday, May 19, and 176 graduate degrees during a ceremony Saturday, May 20, in the Jane and Ken Meyer Wellness and Sports Center on the Bolivar campus. more
The Pleasant Hope FFA chapter was one of 80 recipients of the Shaping Rural Missouri Grant, which allocates funds to 4-H and FFA chapters for community improvement projects. more
Bolivar High School Career and Technical Education departments were proud to award the CTE Certificate Scholarships on Wednesday, May 17, at the Senior Awards Ceremony. more
On Thursday, May 18, BoMO Works Apprenticeships held a signing event where students agreed to participate in the program. The program was also recognized with an award at the event. more
Bolivar Technical College held a memorable graduation ceremony to honor the remarkable achievements of the Professional Nursing (RN) Class of 2023. The event took place on May 6th, 2023, marking a significant milestone in the lives of these dedicated individuals who have successfully completed their rigorous academic journey. more
Ten students in Southwest Baptist University’s Gordon & Judy Dutile Honors Program presented their Senior Honors Capstone Experience projects during the 2022-2023 academic year. more
Governor Mike Parson recently announced that Bolivar R-1 was awarded nearly $300,000 in grant funds through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s newly created School Safety Grant Program. more
The Dollar General Foundation has recently made its way to Halfway and has gifted grant funds through the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to Pleasant Hope Schools. more
Bolivar High School held its Spring Art Show earlier this month, with several students receiving awards for their artwork. more
Ozarks Community Health Center recently awarded 10 scholarships to local graduating seniors. more
Addison Martino of Bolivar was recently named to the dean's list at Columbia College for the Spring 2023 semester (January-April 2023). more
The Missouri State Board of Nursing has awarded Southwest Baptist University nearly $300,000 in grant money to enhance and grow the SBU nursing programs on both the Bolivar and Springfield campuses. more
Josiah Bartgis, a Missouri State University student from Bolivar, won the Outstanding Delegation for Council on Environmental Affairs - Syria award at the Model Arab League event held at the university from April 28-29, 2023. Bartgis is majoring in political science. more
Bolivar High School hosted its inaugural “Decision Day” on Friday, May 5, to honor the 201 high school seniors who have recently announced their college, career, or military plans. In addition to families, community members, and school faculty, Missouri Governor Michael L. Parson and Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven attended the ceremony to honor the Bolivar Class of 2023 and to promote education and career success. more
Arralyn Cline, a junior at Bolivar High School, is a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders to be held June 21-23, just outside Boston, on the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus. more
Graduating students of Bolivar High School will be honored at the school’s Decision Day event at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 5 in the high school auditorium. The ceremony will celebrate the BHS graduates’ plans after high school – whether they enroll in college, prepare for their career, or enlist in the military. more
Students of local schools were recognized for their achievements in Future Farmers of America at the 95th Missouri FFA Convention in Columbia. more
Nursing is a demanding profession that requires continuous education and training to keep up with the latest developments in patient care. Traditional training methods can be time-consuming, expensive, and sometimes impractical for colleges. However, thanks to advances in technology, virtual reality (VR) is becoming an increasingly popular tool for training healthcare professionals. more
Southwest Baptist University Theatre will present Dance on Bones at 7 p.m. April 27-30 on the SBU-Bolivar campus. more
Pleasant Hope Schools hosted the Southwest Conference (SWC) Field Day on Friday, April 21, to celebrate all students regardless of abilities. more
Two BoMO Works Apprentices received their U.S. Department of Labor credential Certificate of Completion as registered youth apprentices. more
The Bolivar varsity soccer girls brought out their A game against the Lebanon Lady Yellowjackets despite a chilly, windy evening on Friday, April 21. more
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