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The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce is inviting all area member businesses to show off their Christmas spirit by participating in the organization’s second annual “Christmas in Color” Business Window Decorating Contest. more
Due to the rainy weather in and around the city of Bullard earlier this week, two of the city’s annual Christmas traditions have been rescheduled. Organizers now have more time to prepare, as the second annual Bullard Christmas Kick-Off and annual Bullard Christmas Parade are now slated for Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the downtown Bullard area. more
Two local residents were booked into the Smith County Jail last week after authorities found drugs and counterfeit money inside of their truck after receiving a call reporting suspicious persons. Sgt. Darrell Coslin with the Smith County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that deputies arrested Robert Paul Ford, Jr., 35, and Valerie Ann Grunden, 22, both of Tyler, on Wednesday, Nov. 29 after a local business owner called the department to report a suspicious vehicle parked off the road in the 17700 block of FM 2493 in Flint. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced recently that he will send cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts a total of $774.9 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of November. The amount released by Hegar’s office represents an increase of five percent increase from the sales tax allocations released in November 2016. The October sales tax allocations report showed a slight dip in monies received by the city of Bullard, while also reporting increases for Cherokee County and Smith County. more
Dozens of Smith County school children earned awards for an art contest Monday, November 20, at the annual Fire Prevention Awards Ceremony. Colorful art pieces, with the theme of “Every Second Counts, Plan 2 Ways Out,” lined the walls of a room in the Tyler Rose Garden. Students of Arp, Bullard, Brook Hill, Chapel Hill, Christian Heritage, Jackson Elementary, Lindale, Troup, and Whitehouse received awards for their artwork. more
Texans age 65 or older, as well as those who are disabled and are disabled veterans, may postpone paying delinquent and current property taxes on their homes by taking advantage of an option called “tax deferral” by signing an affidavit at the Smith County Appraisal District office. more
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