I have never known a new year to be so welcomed, yet 2020 wasn’t all bad.
BOLIVAR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES who received the Robinson or Schooley Scholarships for the 2020-21 school year may pick up renewal applications for the 2021-22 school year in the high school office.
Do you live in fear? You probably don’t want to look at it that way. Do I live in fear? Every single day, and it isn’t something new or forced on me by conspiracies. It is a fact of life. Life is full of things to fear, and if you don’t fear these things, then I don’t know if I’m impressed b…
Two local health organizations instrumental in the county’s fight against the new coronavirus pandemic have asked Polk County residents interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine to fill out information online.
Mildred Marie Ankrom Bybee, age 90, passed from death to her Eternal Home on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021, while being lovingly cared for by her daughter, Angela Crites. Mildred was a three-time sufferer of this dreadful disease called cancer.
Norman Leon Lay, age 80, a minister of the gospel and resident of Wheatland, passed away Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. He was born March 30, 1940, in Louisville, Kentucky, to the late Seibert and Virginia Garrett Lay.
A pair of Bolivar City Fire Department firefighters work to extinguish a fire in a chimney flue at a home in the 600 block of West Jackson Street around 9 a.m. Tuesday morning, Jan. 12. BCFD chief Brent Watkins said the home was not damaged in the fire.
Polk County Christian School’s third grade class gave City of Bolivar public works employees loads of thanks and scoops of love at an appreciation lunch Wednesday, Jan. 13. The students and their teacher, Robin Shelenhamer, said they wanted to show the city’s crews how much they appreciate a…