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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
The Board of Trustees of Southwest Baptist University met on Tuesday, April 17, for their semiannual gathering to receive updates on campus initiatives, discuss progress on strategic goals and vote on items requiring board approval. more
Brad Hadank, son of Tracy and Joe Hadank, and Cora Roweton, daughter of Gwen Curtis and Lance Roweton, have been chosen Rotary Students for the month of April. more
The Barnett-Padgett Literary Artist Series at Southwest Baptist University is pleased to present the poetry of SBU Professor Emeritus Tom Padgett to be read by retired SBU Faculty Todd Sukany. more
Southwest Baptist University students graduating in May were recognized for their contributions to their academic areas and divisions during “A Premiere of Excellence: Sweet Success” ceremony Tuesday evening, April 4. more
Mrs. Joelle Smith’s first grade class at Bolivar Primary School had a mission to raise $4,000 in order to assemble and deliver Easter baskets to residents at Butterfield Residential Care Center. Not only did the students manage to reach their fundraising goal, they were also able to bring some springtime joy to local senior citizens. more
Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation recently accepted a check for $3,875 from Humansville High School Student Council for patients at the Carrie J. Babb Cancer Center at CMH. The students raised money through their Pink Out basketball game in January. more
It was a chilly morning to start off the Easter egg hunt, but that didn't anyone down.  more
Another fun and exciting evening was on tap at Bolivar High School, Saturday, April 8. The 7th Annual Dancing With The Stars provided a full evening of entertainment to a sold out crowd. more
On Wednesday, March 15, 2023, students from Betty Glasgow's Pathways to Teaching class (a dual credit class for future educators) competed in the state Educators Rising competitions. Eight students competed and qualified for national competition on June 27-July 2 in Orlando, Florida. The following students placed in the following competitions: more
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