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Saturday, Dec. 3, Christmas hit the streets of Bolivar. The annual Christmas parade organized by the Bolivar Area Chamber of Commerce took on their second year of having a nighttime parade. Beautiful floats, excited walkers, horses and dogs, and Santa Claus all were on hand to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. more
Twenty-eight-year-old Brye Crites, a Bolivar native, started competing in roping – that is, roping a steer-roping dummy – when he was about 5-years-old. more
As the Christmas festivities make their way to Bolivar, many organizations and groups are bringing opportunities to spread love and cheer to those in the community who need it most. more
A crowd gathered Friday, Dec. 1, at Woods Supermarket parking lot for a community vigil, praying for answers regarding the whereabouts of a missing 16-year-old, Kaitlynn Dooley. Family, friends and co-workers are praying for Kaitlynn’s safe return. To report any information about Kaitlynn, contact the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 417-777-9020. more
With Christmas spirit in the air, the Bolivar community is buzzing with numerous holiday celebrations and traditions. more
The annual Glow Walk took place at the Light The Park event on Sunday, Nov. 27. It was a beautiful night and the park was filled with lights, laughter and Christmas cheer. Area businesses have filled the Dunnegan Memorial Park with displays for the holiday season. Light The Park is open from now until Friday, Dec. 30 for families to enjoy from their vehicles. more
To kick off the opening of their new Fellowship Park, Bolivar First Baptist Church invites all to join them from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 3 for ‘Christmas at Fellowship Park.’ more
Smoke consumed the warehouse of C&C Farm and Home on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 20. more
The Bolivar Area Chamber of Commerce’s Light the Park Christmas lights display in Dunnegan Memorial Park opens Friday night, Nov. 25. Open from 6 to 9 p.m. every evening through Dec. 30, the event features light displays sponsored by Bolivar businesses and organizations. more
A 16-year-old girl from Bolivar was recently marked as a missing juvenile. more
This year OACAC partnered with the First Baptist Church and received donations from local businesses to serve Polk County families with a Thanksgiving meal. Wednesday, Nov. 16, families received all the makings for a Thanksgiving meal at a drive-thru pick-up at COM. Other full Thanksgiving meal baskets were distributed by OACAC to the Karlin Lane Head Start and Broadway Head Start families. more
On Friday night, Nov. 11, the Bolivar square came alive with Christmas all around. The Downtown Bolivar Association hosted the annual tree lighting ceremony and welcomed visitors to enjoy fun activities, including a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. more
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