Month: March 2022

Police Dept. Renovations

Old building is designated as one of Mississippi’s landmarks By Angela Rogalski The Bolivar Bullet The renovations for the building that houses the Cleveland Police Department, which has been designated a Mississippi Landmark, are slated to begin soon. Stephanie Stewart of Belinda Stewart Architects in Eupora is the project manager for the renovations. Stewart said …

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Shelby City Clerk

Scott has served for over 30 years By Mark H. Stowers The Bolivar Bullet As the Shelby City Clerk, Carmere Scott’s job just comes naturally to her. She brings a bit of happiness to the city, employees, family, friends and even strangers. Scott came “home” to work for the city of Shelby back in 1992. …

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New Disc Golf Course

Coming soon to downtown Cleveland By Mark H. STowers The Bolivar Bullet Downtown Cleveland visitors will soon have another attraction – the Turntable Disc Golf Course. Located on the walking trail, the 18-hole, beginner-friendly, course is nearing completion. Max Davidson footed the initial cost of the course in design and set up the 18-holes. He, …

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122 Hang Suite

“Soulful” new restaurant opening By Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet The soon-to-open new Cleveland restaurant, 122 Hang Suite will soon be bringing what is being called its “soulful” cuisine and atmosphere to the Delta.  According to Cleveland native, Mario Giles, who will act as Director of Operations, 122 Hang Suite which will open in April, …

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Cypress Bread Company

Old world style bread in the Mississippi Delta by Angela Rogalski The Bolivar Bullet Cypress Bread Company is a different kind of bakery – one that bakes and distributes “Old World” style, rustic sourdough breads. Ryan and Kelsey Betz created Cypress Bread Co. and sold their first loaf at the community farmers market in 2017.  …

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Peyton Collins

“The Fishhead of The Delta” by Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet As an avid fisherman since childhood, Peyton Collins has made a name for himself as one the Delta’s most active anglers.  In fact, it’s earned him the nickname title of “The Fishhead of the Delta.” The Rena Lara native, who now calls Merigold home, …

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Making the Grade

Area standouts paving their way in college basketball By Andy Collier Sports Editor, The Bolivar Bullet The local coverage area has had some great high school teams which have produced some great players that have gone on to play college basketball.  In this area alone, there are a confirmed 12 basketball players that were spread …

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Devon Harbin

CCHS student lands film role By Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet Cleveland Central High School Senior, 18 year-old Devon Harbin, might just end up being Mississippi’s next big Hollywood actor if recent accomplishments are any indication. Harbin, who has been interested and involved in theater and acting since the third grade, will be featured in …

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