AM Pyrotechnics is hosting a grand reopening for its retail location, 2101 Mo. 215, Pleasant Hope, from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20.
Ozarks Technical Community College and Southwest Baptist University students now have a few more future options, thanks to an articulation agreement signed last week by the two schools.
Just over 15 months after it was announced a more than two-decade-old Bolivar financial fixture would soon come under new ownership, the official word has come down that it’s a done deal.
Dennis Wiggins with the Missouri Career Center’s Workforce Development-Business Services will be the speaker at the Thursday, June 6, Polk County Community Connections meeting.
Future Southwest Baptist University sports medicine graduates will have the opportunity to pursue a new degree — a Master of Athletic Training — thanks to recent partnerships with both Culver-Stockton College in Canton and Truman State University in Kirksville.
Bolivar Police Department Cpl. Crystal Rorie was recently named an honorable mention for the Crisis Intervention Team Officer of the Year for the Southwest Missouri’s National Alliance on Mental Illness.
The Missouri Job Center and the Missouri State University Small Business Development Center are teaming up to present equal opportunity lunch and learns for local employers in a seven-county region, including Polk County, as well as Christian, Dallas, Greene, Taney, Stone and Webster.
Southwest Baptist University hosted a dedication ceremony for the renovated Lloyd & Frances Randolph Meditation Chapel and Clement Amphitheatre & Prayer Garden on Thursday, May 9, on the Bolivar campus.
Citizens Memorial Hospital Laboratory Services presented a check for $239.86 to the Polk County Health Center on April 25. The money was raised during a recent CMH Lab Week T-shirt fundraiser celebrating National Lab Week. The center will use the funds for patients who cannot afford lab testing.
Citizens Memorial Healthcare Human Resources Director Jeremy MacLaughlin will provide the program on “Authentic Conversations with Your Team” at the Thursday, May 9, Bolivar Area Chamber of Commerce Networking@Noon luncheon in the community rooms at CMH, 1500 N. Oakland Ave., Bolivar.
Citizens Memorial Hospital Therapeutic Touch Center massage therapists Lindsay Choate and Lacey Berry recently became certified in cupping therapy.