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On the outskirts of northwestern Polk County, 23-year-old Shaelyn Jones manages a small goat-milking operation that initially began as an impromptu venture and became a mission to fill a need in the local community. more
Citizens Memorial Hospital announces plans to expand mental health services in 2023 by making mental health appointments more readily available for patients in their service areas. more
The City of Bolivar is pleased to announce it was recently awarded funding for its proposed East Loop Road project. more
The community is invited to a benefit spaghetti dinner and dessert auction to support a firefighter with the Central Polk County Fire Protection District (CPCFPD). more
The Missouri Department of Transportation recently began their scheduled maintenance on sidewalks in Bolivar as part of recent work in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. more
Polk County Community Connections is introducing a new holiday to the community. Parental Resilience Day will be held annually on January 28 in order to recognize the importance of strengthening families and promoting resources for parents and children. more
Southwest Baptist University and Next Level Solutions are partnering to help address the shortage of technical workers in the Ozarks by offering technical classes at a reduced rate. The partnership decreases the cost of computer science courses at SBU’s new dual-credit program, SBU Academy.  more
Many people don’t often complain about a mild winter weather that ranges in the 50s and 60s, but as the daytime wanes, a chilly air begins to take hold and the unsheltered individuals of the community are forced to find a place to escape the bitter cold of the night. more
In honor of National Poverty in America Awareness Month, Community Outreach Ministries (COM) has taken the time to share some of the ways they are helping alleviate poverty in Polk County. more
On Wednesday, Dec. 28., a retirement party was held for Judge Elizabeth V. Rohrs and Prosecuting Attorney Kenneth Ashlock to commemorate their years of service to the Polk County Circuit Court. more
“In my own life, Aldrich was such a boon to me,” says author Ann Magaha. The retired Humanities professor has written numerous plays during her later life, but her book, Aldrich, Mo Pop. 199, is her first novel. more
City administrator Tracy Slagle has announced she will soon retire from work in municipal government. more
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