Day: January 27, 2022

Bolivar County Long Term Disaster Recovery Committee

Helping residents affected by June flood  The Bolivar County Long Term Disaster Recovery Committee announced that residents who were affected by  the  flood on June 8  received a gift in the form of materials and building supplies to rebuild their homes following the devastating flood which pounded the county with up to 14 inches of …

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Property Tax Collection

Remember February 1st – or it could be costly By Angela Rogalski The Bolivar Bullet All property, personal and mobile home taxes in Bolivar County are due on February 1, 2022. Will Hooker is Bolivar County Tax Assessor/Collector and said property taxes collected help fund services for all residents. Every land parcel owner, business owner …

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Magnolia Home Care

Treating clients as family by Mark H. Stowers The Bolivar Bullet Time waits for no one it is often said. Aging can be hard but there is help. Magnolia Home Care, in business since 2000, has been helping people age with ease. Karen Barr, owner, originally had set out for a life in accounting but …

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Erin Wilson Moorman

Cleveland native following her passion in music by Angela Rogalski The Bolivar Bullet Realizing her life’s path at a very early age, Erin Wilson Moorman knew music was something she had to be involved in, one way or another. Moorman plays guitar, sings and writes her own music, and began composing her own songs in …

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Remembering a Legend

Lusia Harris put her stamp on women’s basketball at DSU By Andy Collier Sports Editor, The Bolivar Bullet The news of the passing of Delta State University basketball legend Lusia Harris on Jan. 18 marked a sad day for the DSU community, the state of Mississippi and women’s basketball across the country. Harris’ playing career …

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