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Bolivar took 8 wrestlers to Carl Junction for the Class 3 District 3 tournament. They competed with 14 other teams, a total of 167 wrestlers in 14 weight classes. In order to qualify for State they had to place in the top 4 of their bracket. more
Southwest Missouri’s oldest, annual running race, the Polar Bear Run, featured 112 runners and walkers at the event’s 45th anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 17 in Bolivar. Bolivar High School’s Cross Country Coach Ron Bandy is the race’s director. The event supports the school’s cross-country team through the Bolivar Running Club. more
The early morning temperatures at the 45th annual Polar Bear Run gave the runners a reason to run, hoping to warm up. But most of the runners ran with smiles on their faces and enjoyed taking part in the annual event. For details and more pictures see page 12.  more
The Bolivar Liberator Special Olympics basketball team hosted Republic on Thursday, Feb. 15. Along with their super fans made up with the Liberator Baseball team, the crowd cheered them on to a win.  more
The Kansas City Chiefs' win over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Feb. 11 was a cause for celebration for thousands of fans throughout Missouri. Bolivar had its own share of loyalists who reveled in the heady high of victory. Two such die-hard fans were mother and son, Paula and John Hubbert who made the two-hour drive to Kansas City to see their team’s pep rally and parade. more
Monday, Feb. 12, the Kickapoo Lady Chiefs rolled into Bolivar to take on the Lady Liberators in a conference matchup on a snowy Monday. more
Sydney Waters qualifies for state more
Friday, Feb. 9, the Camdenton Lakers rolled into Bolivar to try their luck for the second time this season. more
Monday, Feb. 5, the Rolla Lady Bulldogs (17-2) rolled into Bolivar to take on the Lady Liberators (12-7) in a basketball matchup. more
“We have some opportunities to break some school records,” Coach Kyle Smith said of his team at the start of this season. That’s exactly what his Liberator swimmers did in their final meet of the season at the SWMO Championships in Springfield on February 2nd and 3rd. Among the 11 swimming events in high school competition, teams compete in three relay events. After two days in the pool last weekend, BHS school records in all three relay events are now held by five current Liberator swimmers. more
Wednesday, Jan. 24, cross-county rivals the Buffalo Lady Bisons brought their herd to Bolivar field house for a basketball matchup. more
Thursday, Jan. 25, the Bolivar boys basketball tournament began and it's loaded with talented teams from all over south Missouri. more
The swimming Liberators took an unplanned break from the pool to start the second half of their season but appear to be making up for lost time now. Winter break and winter weather allowed BHS swimmers only one competitive meet and limited practices in a four week span during late December and early January. With three big meets now complete in just a week’s time, the Lady Liberators have picked up pace in their schedule and in the pool. more
The Lady Lakers from Camdenton chose the Gary Keeling Memorial Basketball Tournament to gel. more
After weather delays the first round of the 31st Annual Gary Keeling Memorial Basketball Tournament got underway, Wed. Jan.17. more
Glendale survives stout game with the Liberators 61-51 more
The Central Lady Bulldogs traveled Monday, Jan. 8, to Bolivar to take on the Lady Liberators for an early winter basketball matchup. more
Now that we’ve had a cold snap – and along with it, snow – we can say that winter is here. Although many of the conditions associated with winter (snow, ice, cold weather, etc.) make us grumble, it should be pointed out that there is a bright side. Because of our recent periods of less-than-balmy weather, it should be a great time to see one of the area’s most eye- catching winter visitors – bald eagles. more
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