February 2022

Mound Bayou Bank

Renovation has been made possible by the Mississippi Heritage Trust By Mark H. Stowers, The Bolivar Bullet Mound Bayou is rich with history. From its founding in 1887 when freed slaves Isaiah T. Montgomery and his cousin, Benjamin T. Green bought 840 acres of Mississippi Delta swampland covered with dense hardwood forest and literally cleared […]

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Animal Shelter

Near completion of phase one of renovations By Angela Rogalski The Bolivar Bullet The Cleveland-Bolivar County Animal Shelter continues renovations that began last summer on its facility with the near completion of Phase One. A walk-through is planned soon by the Shelter Planners of America, a consulting group based in Fort Worth, Texas that was

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Merigold Library Open

Updates have been made to facility The Bolivar County Library System (BCLS) is encouraging the public to visit the updated Thelma Rayner Memorial Library in Merigold. The library has undergone some renovations to the building and new furnishings have been added to make patrons more comfortable.  Even more exciting are the technology improvements. The library’s

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Wyatt Kurts

Beating the odds and doing what he loves by Mark H. Stowers The Bolivar Bullet More than six million children are involved with 4-H from ages five to 19 in over 90,000 clubs. Their goal is to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and lie skills through experiential learning programs with a positive youth development approach. But,

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CCHS Boys Bowling Team Captures School’s First State Team Title By Andy Collier Sports Editor, The Bolivar Bullet The Cleveland Central High School Wolves have had to battle tooth and nail for everything they’ve earned during the bowling season.  On Friday (Feb. 4), their hard work paid off in the best way possible as they

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