Day: September 15, 2020

Guitar Players

Locals share their life-long passion By Amile Wilson The Bolivar Bullet For every musician playing gigs in bars and on stages, there are probably dozens of people picking up instruments and playing for their own enjoyment. With its rich public music scene, Cleveland has an equally vibrant community of private musicians whose only audience is …

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Water Bills Are Due

Citizens could face disconnection by Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet The City of Cleveland is resuming water service disconnections this month after several months of non-collection due to the COVID pandemic and residents have until Sept. 20 to pay their bills. Based on current policy, which will now resume, water bills are due the 10th …

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Renovations Coming to CPD

Improvements to the department will help officers better serve community by Jack criss The Bolivar Bullet The Cleveland Police Department will soon be undergoing a much-needed renovation through a grant from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Belinda Stewart Architects, PA, in Eupora–the same firm that worked on one of the new Cleveland firehouses–has …

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