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Grazing multiple species of livestock (cattle, sheep, or goats) on the same area could be more profitable and sustainable. Diversifying your operation with multi species grazing has potential to increase your cash flow and better pasture utilization, said David Brown, MU Sheep and Goat Specialist. Join the University of Missouri Extension experts and as they discuss the importance of multispecies grazing. more
Dana Box was the winner of the gift card to Brenda’s Cafe after winning the March I-Spy game, correctly guessing Capstone Insurors. Dana is proof that reading the paper doesn’t just provide you with news and entertainment, it can pay off as well. more
3D Gospel featuring Delisa Dawn Spurgeon, from Lowry City, will be at Rondo Baptist Church at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 7. more
 Falecia Watson more
The April Polk County Community Connections breakfast meeting is at 7:30 a.m., Thursday, April 4 at the Polk County Senior Center, 1850 W. Broadway, Bolivar. A free breakfast is provided. New Growth Transit will be the program. more
Open Hearts United Methodist Church, Bolivar, has announced the first $5,000 scholarship to be awarded from the Hegle Scholarship Fund established by a donation from former Bolivar businessman Weldon Hegle. more
Wednesday, April 3 more
The regular meeting of the Polk County Genealogical Society will be Thursday, April 4. The meeting will be held at the PCGS Research Facility on the southeast corner of the square. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. with a short business meeting. Speaker for the evening will be Diane Warren who will be sharing her great-great-grandfather’s diary that he kept while serving in the Civil War. Samuel Benjamin Hibbs served in the Union Army in the Kansas 8th. more
All items must be placed at curbs by April 29 more
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