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James Hanger is entering his fifth season at the helm of the SBU women’s volleyball team beginning in Fall of 2024. Across the previous four seasons, he has turned the program around finishing with 14 wins the last two seasons, the most in back-to-back seasons since 1987 and 1988. more
Saturday, July 13 more
Polk County Humane Society (PCHS) will hold a golf tournament at Silo Ridge Golf & Country Club on Monday, August 12, in an effort to raise funds in support of the cats and dogs in their care. more
Sugar Bear more
July 15-20 more
As with everything else, produce prices have gone through the roof. Just a few years ago, I could get grapes and apples for $1 - $1.50 per pound. Now, if I see those prices, I think I have hit the jackpot. No wonder slot machines use three cherries for a win. more
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a school bus driver, please join Bolivar Schools for a bus driver open house on Tuesday, July 23, at Bolivar High School from 5:30-7:00 p.m. Food will be provided. You will learn all the specifics of school bus driving, and you can even get behind the wheel and take a short drive on a bus! more
Citizens Memorial Hospital announces that Julie Gordon, a registered nurse in the Medical/Surgical Unit, has received the CMH DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses for April 2024. more
Stephens Pharmacy at Citizens Memorial Hospital is launching a program to help people quit smoking and other tobacco use. more
The Bolivar Herald-Free Press invites residents to send their engagement, wedding, baby, and other milestone announcements. more
Better Business Bureau® (BBB®) warns consumers to be on the lookout for “emergency scams” or “grandparent scams” that seem to come from someone you know. more
The Downtown Bolivar Association is now accepting applications for vendors who would like to sign up for a booth space at Country Days. This annual event hosts a variety of organizations and vendors who offer food, entertainment, and other goods. This year, Country Days will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7. more
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri corn and soybean growers are reporting growing numbers of Japanese beetles in crops in recent weeks, says University of Missouri Extension state entomologist Ivair Valmorbida. more
Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation will host its second annual Sporting Clay Fundraiser on Friday, Sept. 20, at the Ozark Shooters Complex, 759 US HWY 65, in Walnut Shade, between Ozark and Branson. more
Co-Sponsored by the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 66, American Legion Post 183, and Bolivar Elks Lodge 2828. more
The Polk County Health Center and Community Outreach Ministries are excited to kick off the free summer lunches again this year. Lunches are available for free to kids between 0-18. As in the past years the lunches are provided between 11:30 and 12:30 p.m., at Cribbs Family Park, 410 W. Madison, Bolivar. more
Stockton, MO- “Summertime brings factors that lead to anaplasmosis in cattle operations,” says Patrick Davis MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist. Anaplasmosis can negatively impact cattle operation performance due to calf abortions, decreased weight gain, bull infertility and animal death. Davis will discuss anaplasmosis and management strategies to reduce its negative impact. more
The annual Halfway Antique-Farm Stock-Classic Tractor Pull will be held on Saturday, July 13, at the Lions Club grounds in Halfway. more
The Bolivar Rotary Club’s 44th annual Celebration of Freedom brought friends and family to the SBU campus, Thursday, July 4 to enjoy food, fun and entertainment, with the evening topped off with an outstanding fireworks display. The evening had been threatened by the forecast of storms, but other than a few sprinkles it was the perfect evening to come together and honor our veterans with a special ceremony. more
STAFF PHOTOS/LINDA SIMMONS more
The Polk County Federated Republican Women Club invites you to meet the candidates. more
CIVIL PETITIONS more
Denzil Roberts and Donna Jean McCoy were married July 4, 1954. They are the parents of Ron Roberts (Lori) of Bolivar, Cheryl Roberts Hinkle (Ron) of Morrisville. They have four grandchildren, Tanner Roberts (Kirsten), of Overland Park, Kansas; Shelby Roberts Whiteis (Tyler) of Bolivar; Sally Hinkle of Dallas, Texas; and Dr. Emily Hinkle Northern (Joe) of Fort Wayne, Indiana; and one great-grandchild, Charlie Ann Whiteis. more
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