July 2021

Sunny Seniors

Beneficial program began in 2003 By Aimee Robinette The Bolivar Bullet The aging process can often be unkind. It can bring about numerous illnesses both mental and physical. In fact, more than 6.2 million Americans aged 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2021, with 72% are 75 or older. It is a

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A True Community Leader

Pastor Bingham of Rosedale known for her works By Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet Loraine Bingham,  Pastor of God’s People In Unity Assembly of God in Rosedale for the past 27 years, has truly been a “Godsend” to her community–especially during the recent flooding crisis that displaced many people and disrupted many lives.  Born in

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Southern Vascular

New location, same cutting-edge healthcare By Aimee Robinette The Bolivar Bullet Southern Vascular has changed locations, but remains open for cutting-edge vascular healthcare. The new location is 802 E. Sunflower Road – in the old Taylor dentistry building. “The staff of Southern Vascular is a close knit family that has been together, providing quality vascular

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A Trip of a Lifetime

Troop 23 travels to Philmont Scout Reservation By Emily Havens A scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.  In the case of Troop 23, a scout is also patient.  Troop 23, chartered by the First United Methodist Church has been planning a scout trip of a lifetime

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Mound Bayou Museum

To display African-American history By Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet The Mound Bayou Museum Of African-American History will be holding its grand opening/ribbon cutting on Saturday, July 10, from 11:00 a.m. until noon, fulfilling a dream and idea forged long ago by one of the city founders.  Pastor Darryl Johnson, former Mound Bayou mayor and

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