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Rosedale ports given funding for dredging

  On Monday, the Corps of Engineers released its FY2018 Work Plan, which outlines additional funding for ongoing Civil Works projects, investing an additional $55.9 million in Mississippi to support infrastructure improvements throughout the state. 
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Partnership aids government leaders through classes

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Leadership is not a role to take on lightly; the demands made of leaders are many and varied. For leaders in towns and communities, these pressures can be even greater because the decisions they make directly impact their friends, family and neighbors. Fortunately leaders of these communities are not facing…
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Supervisors look at possible new Expo Center

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The Bolivar County Board of Supervisors made the decision to move forward with plans to remodel or rebuild the Bolivar County Expo Center in its meeting Monday at the courthouse in Rosedale. “We have been working on this for years. We went to Mississippi State University and met with the…
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Mississippi’s leaders in Washington, D.C. speak on immigration, children

With the idea of making national news local, The Bolivar Commercial recently conducted polls on Facebook asking about the latest issues involving immigrants and children. The questions asked: “Were do you believe there is a federal law requiring children be removed from immigrants illegally crossing American borders?” Eighty-nine percent of…
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Cleveland library gets new landscaping look

The Bolivar County Library System is always looking toward the future and the Bolivar County Master Gardeners are making that future a bit more colorful as they renovate the Robinson-Carpenter Memorial Library gardens. The groups began the gardening several years ago and the phases are continuing with a new intern…
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