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Effective Monday, July 1, 2024, the Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program can now serve households with an income up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). The previous allowable FPL for CSBG was 125%. more
Bolivar Technical College (BTC) is excited to announce that they have been approved to participate in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development (DHEWD). This important approval allows BTC to offer their online RN to BSN Completion program to students across the United States, except in California. more
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Citizens Memorial Hospital/Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation presented two TULIP Awards for April 2024. The awards went to Shannon Gronniger, an environmental services technician at Colonial Springs Healthcare Center in Buffalo, Missouri, and Heath Southwick, a patient care technician in CMH’s Emergency Department in Bolivar. more
A groundbreaking ceremony for Polk County Central Dispatch will be at 10 a.m., Monday, July 8, at Davis Drive in Bolivar. more
Alzheimer’s disease patients now have another medication option that may help slow the progression of the disease, and Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) patients played a role in the drug’s approval. more
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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
How well do you know Polk County? more
I have come to realize that humidity loves to flaunt its prowess. This leads me to believe that there is no chance for civility between us. In fact, we may soon cross into the territory of being foes, enemies sworn to battle each other every summer until I move or die. more
Monday, July 8 — Celebration Day! Chicken parmesan, noodles, Cali veggies, garlic bread, ice cream. more
Larry Thomas Wheeler more
Tammy Condren was the winner of the gift card to Brenda’s Cafe after winning the May I-Spy game, correctly guessing Lime Bank. Tammy is proof that reading the paper doesn’t just provide you with news and entertainment, it can pay off as well. more
Rita Lemmon, Assessor of Polk County, announces that the board of equalization will begin meeting at 10 a.m. Monday, July 15, at the office of the Polk County Commission to hear those who disagree with the values of real estate established by the assessor for tax year 2024. The board tentatively plans to conclude the hearings by 12 p.m. on Friday, July 19. more
Come take the Great Jungle Journey at Walnut Grove First Baptist Church! Vacation Bible School will be Sunday, July 14 thru Thursday, July 18, 6:00 pm. - 8:45 pm. There will be music, crafts, classes, food, games, and prizes for children going into Pre-K thru sixth grade in the fall. A link to the registration form is on our Walnut Grove First Baptist Facebook page. The church is located at 417 S. Washington in Walnut Grove. For further information or to register you may contact Erica Russell at 417-522-3537. more
Auditions continue for the annual Polk County’s Got Talent show, an event that recognizes local talent and raises funds for Community Outreach Ministries. more
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Mitch will help with the discipleship and leadership development of the ministry as Polk County KLIFE expands into Fair Play! more
MDC reminds people to be careful with fireworks, campfires, and other sources of fire that could cause a wildfire. more
Better Business Bureau® (BBB®) has tips for older adults and their loved ones to take extra safeguards against scams and fraud this Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. more
Bill and Mary Little, of Bolivar, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at Hemingway’s with a private family dinner on Saturday, June 29, sponsored by their children and grandchildren They were married in St. Louis at Euclid Baptist Church on July 2, 1954. They met at Baylor University and were engaged their senior year. After marriage they lived in Ft. Worth, Texas for six years before moving to Bolivar in the fall of 1960, where Bill began his teaching career at Southwest Baptist College. They have three children, Bliss Little (Broome) of Tempe, Arizona, Blye Little (Moore) of Springfield and Dr. Blake Little (Missy) of Tulsa, Oklahoma; four grandchildren, Brittany Moore (Eichhorn), Woodstock Georgia, Hayley Moore (Valdez) of Centerton, Arkansas, Taylor Little (Johnstone) of Kansas City and William Little (Madi) of Celena, Texas. more
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