The End of an Era

Longtime PDS lunch ladies retire By Lyndsi Aaron, The Bolivar Bullet Arlene Dreher, Sherry Vance, and Carolyn Hobbs, lovingly called “The Lunch Ladies”, at Presbyterian Day School decided it was time to retire this year after many years of tireless service. Sisters Dreher and Vance used to cook for the youth at the First Presbyterian […]

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Maria Weber

DSU physics professor shares love of subject By Jack Criss, The Bolivar Bullet Dr. Maria Weber obviously loves the subject matter she teaches for a living. Spend only a few moments with her and the excitement with which she discusses physics is palpable for an academic field that, frankly, is over most people’s heads –

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Melvin Parks

Delta Arts Alliance student  to be featured in a new magazine By Faith Strong The Bolivar Bullet Jackson Comics is a new magazine that was first published in 2022 as a celebration of Jackson’s 200th anniversary. The magazine is brought to life solely by Mississippi artists and writers. It showcases the talent that the state

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Amzie Moore

Civil Rights hero, activist by Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet Amzie Moore was a prominent figure in the Mississippi civil rights movement and voter registration campaign who, while born in Greenwood, spent most of his formative, active adult years in Cleveland. After his passing in 1982, his legacy in the movement for equality, has quietly

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Tornado Tales

Remembering a destructive 2001 storm Special to The Bolivar Bullet November will mark the twenty-year anniversary of a powerful F-4 tornado that developed in the early morning hours and destroyed the Bolivar County Regional Correctional Facility, along with a dozen homes, half-a -dozen businesses and a power substation.  Aerial photographs of the damage showed that

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