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Bolivar senior Anna Bandy was crowned 2018 Bolivar Homecoming Queen Friday night, Sept. 14, before the Liberator football game at Plaster Stadium. She is pictured with escort Blake Neal.

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Bolivar High School celebrated its homecoming with a parade and football game Friday, Sept. 14.

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Senior Anna Bandy, right, was crowned 2018 Bolivar homecoming queen Friday night, Sept. 14. She is pictured with escort Blake Neal.

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Three Bolivar alums — Tammie Callaway, Class of 1982; Judge Elizabeth V. Rohrs, Class of 1977; and Dr. Dara Wakefield, Class of  1973 — will be inducted into the Bolivar High School Hall of Fame Saturday.

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The Humansville R-4 District's Special Education Department will host a meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, to consult with private/parochial schools within the district at the district’s special education office.

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Bolivar High School teacher Tania Driskill was one of nearly 100 educators awarded grants this year by the Missouri Retired Teachers Foundation.

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The Bolivar R-1 School District kicked off the 2018-19 school year with several new staff members. Pictured are, from left, row 1 — Heather Barnes, BHS tech; Tiffany Brown, BIS para; Maddison Reynolds, eighth-grade ELA; Heather Sitton, fifth grade; Kassidy Childers, fourth-grade; Lydia Tate,…

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The Bolivar R-1 School District’s tax rate will remain unchanged for the second year in a row after the Board of Education unanimously cast its approval during its monthly meeting Thursday, Aug. 16.

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Bolivar High School graduates who received the Schooley Scholarship for the 2018-19 school year may pick up their checks in the high school guidance office by providing proof of enrollment at an accredited college or university, such as a copy of schedule for current semester or copy of invo…

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Capstone Insurors of Bolivar hosted a lemonade fundraiser for Bolivar's chapter of Care of Learn on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The event raised $722. 

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The Bolivar City Fire Department met with Southwest Baptist University’s resident directors and assistants on Monday, Aug. 13, to train on a “fire safe campus in a fire safe community,” before students return to campus this week. The group practiced using fire extinguishers, as well as emerg…