Mary R. Breshears Ethridge, 59, passed away at home with her loving husband on Monday, Aug. 3, 2020. She was born on Sept. 17, 1961, in Humansville to Nevin Jack Breshears and Betty Jo Lane Breshears.
Frank “Eddie” Edward Tucker of Windsor, formerly of St. James, passed away Thursday Aug. 6, 2020, at the Windsor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center. He was 85 years of age.
Glen Johnson knows some members of the Ozark Conference might look at his Bolivar High School football team, which graduated 15 seniors this spring, and see a program in a rebuilding year.
On warm summer nights when bullfrogs serenade and fireflies glimmer over the meadow, my mind returns with my dad and brothers to a favorite catfishing hole on the Pomme de Terre near Fair Grove.
During what many would describe as the suckiest summer in recent history, something good happened at our house. Two of our three children have become gainfully employed with their first official jobs.
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A Bolivar man accused of making terroristic threats during a standoff with law enforcement is set to serve over three years in federal prison following a sentencing hearing last week.
On a quiet Tuesday night at the Polk County courthouse, JR Fleeman, candidate for southern district commissioner, read the results for the office’s August Republican primary on a bench outside the county clerk’s office, then reordered them and walked down the stairs and outside into the dark.