Day: July 10, 2021

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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Shelby Update

Mayor Harris shares priorities By Jack Criss, The Bolivar Bullet Newly-elected, and also a former Shelby mayor, Dan Harris said he plans to “hit the ground running” after being sworn in on July 1.  “Cleaning up our town is number one on the list,” said Harris. “Not only because it’s important, but also due to …

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All -stars

Teams prove vital to CPC By Andy Collier Sports Editor, The Bolivar Bullet The biggest honor any player in baseball, softball or coach pitch in the Cleveland Park Commission can get is the chance to be chosen for all-stars. Being an all-star means a player was among the best in their league, and they get …

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100 Years of Excellence

Alexander, Johnston & Alexander, P.A. by Aimee robinette The Bolivar Bullet Cleveland has long since been the background for thriving law practices and Alexander, Johnston & Alexander, P.A. is one such firm. Its rich history is as notable and as storied as any other.  It all began in 1921, when William Brooks Alexander, called W.B., …

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