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A member of the Smith County Commissioners Court will have her day in court soon after allegedly assaulting an elderly woman last April. The incident involving Commissioner JoAnn Hampton, 60, currently representing Smith County Precinct 4, occurred on Sunday, April 2, inside of the pastor’s office at Spring Creek Baptist Church in the 13000 block of County Road 46 in Smith County. more
When the Christmas season comes around, many people search for venues or neighborhoods filled with seasonal lighting displays that fill the heart with the warmth and spirit of the holiday. One such business, although located in Tyler, has a Bullard connection, as Bullard resident Michael Bass, along with his business partner, Brad Thurston, operate the Tyler Lights drive-through Christmas light display, located at 12880 County Road 192. more
Members of the Bullard community will be able to show their support to the Bullard Future Farmers of America organization, as several student handmade projects, as well as merchandise from local business and student work groups, will hit the auction block at the annual Bullard FFA Labor and Merchandise Auction Saturday, Jan. 27, inside the Bullard Elementary School Cafeteria. more
The Smith County Commissioners Court received its first monthly update Tuesday, Jan. 9, on the $39.5 million bond package to improve county roads. Smith County Engineer Frank Davis said he plans to provide a monthly update about the bond projects to keep citizens informed about the status of projects under construction, as well as upcoming projects. Smith County voters voted to approve the county’s $39.5 million road bond proposal, passing the measure with 73 percent of the vote Tuesday, Nov. 7, according to unofficial voting totals. more
Individual and business members of the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce will gather together to celebrate, as well as recognize members of the community and a local business for their contribution to the city of Bullard at the annual BACC Annual Awards Banquet and Silent Auction, scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 29, at Lazy F Ranch, located at 924 S. Houston St. more
Applications for seats on the Bullard City Council and Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees in the upcoming election are now being accepted. For citizens wishing to fulfill their civic duty and run for a seat on the Bullard City Council, the City of Bullard is currently applications for the upcoming Saturday, May 5 general election. more
July: Approximately 3,000 members of the Bullard and East Texas communities gathered together to celebrate the United States’ 241st birthday at the annual Fourth of July event, “Blast Over Bullard,’ in the parking lot of Bullard High School. Judge Jack Skeen, Jr. in the 241st District Court in Tyler, granted a motion to delay the trial of Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, accused in the kidnapping and murder of Kayla Gomez-Orozco in Bullard in November 2016. The motion was granted to allow testing of evidence to be completed. more
Members of the Bullard community gathered together last week to celebrate the legacy of a lifelong resident who has been synonymous with the city’s history for nearly a century. Dr. Marjorie Roper, known as the “First Lady of Bullard” and also had a longstanding career as the town’s medical physician for decades, passed away at her home during the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 3. She was 96 years old. more
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