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Citizens Memorial Hospital will host a free Lunch and Learn seminar on long-term care from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, March 6, in the CMH Community Rooms located at 1500 N. Oakland Ave., Bolivar. 

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Lots of yummy soups and chili were on offer at the Saturday evening, Feb. 22, 4-H fundraiser supper at the Elks Lodge in Bolivar. According to organizers, a record crowd was on hand to sample the soups and chili with hot dogs and all the trimmings. A dessert auction followed the meal, giving…

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A Bolivar High School teacher faces three felony charges — including attempted statutory rape — in Polk County Circuit Court following her arrest Thursday, Feb. 27. 

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The Center for Human Services will host a $5 soup and chili fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, March 6, at the Elks Lodge 2828, 1990 W. Broadway St., Bolivar. 

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SBU women’s tennis picked up its second win of the year, taking a 4-1 victory over Southern Arkansas University on Saturday, Feb. 22. 

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Bolivar R-1 Schools confirmed Thursday morning a district employee has been arrested.

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The public and Polk County Artist Association members are invited to enter their art into the Art Sync Gallery & Gifts’ "Amateur Aspiring Artist" art show, set for 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at the gallery. 

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For the third year in a row — and in what could arguably now be labeled a tradition — area voters will have the chance to hear more about the decisions they will face on the April 7 ballot during a public forum slated for next month.

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Chase winter’s gray away with characters “born to shine.” Walk in their footsteps as you dive into Newsbee’s February Picks, their optimism and good work a beacon to follow. You’ll meet a dachshund that celebrates individuality, a woman with a lifelong dream and a new girl at school who cont…

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The Polk County Republican Women's Club will meet at noon Wednesday, March 4, at Brenda's Cafe in Bolivar. 

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Bolivar’s Thomas Pennington grapples with an opponent on day one of the Class 2 state meet in Columbia. Liberator wrestling claimed a bronze medal at the meet. Individually, senior Hayden Burks took home his second consecutive state title, Drayton Huchteman netted his second silver medal, Ca…

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JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Supreme Court went too far. That’s what Rep. Justin Hill, R-Lake St. Louis, said last Tuesday about rules the state high court created to avoid jailing people simply because they’re poor.

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Calvary Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its 80th anniversary at an 11 a.m. morning service Sunday, March 1.