Bolivar Herald-Free Press readers can receive a discounted rate at Lucas Oil Speedway Saturday, June 15, while also helping to get newspapers in the hands of local students.
Over 80 school buses operate each day in Polk County, and those buses are now in top working order following the Missouri State Highway Patrol yearly inspections. The MSHP inspects every bus in the state each year to ensure kids are traveling safely.
The Fair Play R-2 school district recently named its fourth-quarter honor roll. According to a news release, the following students earned spots on the list:
In a special open session of the Bolivar R-1 school board Tuesday, June 4, all six current members unanimously selected Jera Shive to join their incomplete group.
Bolivar resident Jera Shive was chosen to fill a vacant position by the Bolivar R-1 School Board during a special open session Tuesday, June 4.
Bolivar R-1 School Board’s quest to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of one of its members will be about as wide open as it can get. And not just because the board wishes it to be, though board president Paula Hubbert says that also is the case.
Graduating classes from schools around the area recently paraded through the halls of elementary schools. The annual tradition gives seniors a chance to visit with former teachers and interact with young students.
The Bolivar FFA chapter held its 90th annual parent-member banquet on Friday, May 3. Members and guests honored contest teams, proficiency award winners, scholarship recipients and star award and honorary degree recipients. The chapter’s new officer team was also installed.