February 18, 2024

Animal Shelter Update

Many pets are available for adoption  By Lyndsi Naron, The Bolivar Bullet Jamie Gregory-Grant has been the Director of the Cleveland-Bolivar County Animal Shelter for eight years.  “I facilitate all the day-to-day operations of the shelter including but not limited to approving adoptions, intakes, purchasing, employee scheduling, public relations, social media marketing, transport coordination, and […]

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Firearms Reduced

Weapons taken off streets By Faith Strong, The Bolivar Bullet Cleveland Police Chief Dudley Tribble said that 49 firearms were taken off the streets of Cleveland in 2023. “Those 49 firearms were associated with different crimes,” said Tribble. “And, the court forfeited all of those firearms to the Cleveland Police Department.” Tribble said should the

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Perfect Pair

Van Daley, Moore bowl 300 games in  Game 2 of North Regional By Andy Collier, Sports Editor, The Bolivar Bullet The recorded odds of someone bowling a perfect game can vary, but every statistic indicates they are not in the bowler’s favor.  A perfect game means a bowler threw a strike 12 straight times in

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Ricks Express

More than just a convenience store  By Mark H. Stowers, The Bolivar Bullet Convenience and great flavors go hand in hand at Rick’s Express, which has eight locations spread across the Delta. With all the items one may need in a hurry and all the great food that fills any craving, Rick’s Express opens early

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Mabry Pate

Bell Academy student is a collector and participates in reenactments By Joey Lee, The Bolivar Bullet Mabry Pate, a sixth-grader at Bell Academy, has been collecting WWII uniforms and memorabilia for nearly a third of his life. Over the past year, he has embarked on a unique and fascinating journey into the arena of World

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