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WHAT DO YOU BRING TO THE TABLE? I have been in sales and management for over 20 years. You learn to listen to people and come up with solutions to wants and needs, both for your customers and your employees. Getting people to work together to achieve a common goal is something I have been doing my entire professional life. I still have a son in fifth grade, so I have a vested interest in the success of our school district. more
WHAT DO YOU BRING TO THE TABLE? I offer an educators’ perspective and a servant’s heart, with a passion for education and a unique set of life experiences. There’s no hidden agenda in my enthusiasm. It’s not about me; it’s about every child and their education experience. It’s about coming together offering opportunities for all our children to learn and grow. It’s about ensuring trustees research and analyze every issue brought forward making an educated decision in the best interest of our children. Our children deserve the best education we can provide because they’re important and our focus and hope for the future. more
WHAT DO YOU BRING TO THE TABLE? Boy Scout Troop 57 in Garland, Texas is where I learned to follow, be an essential part of a team, set goals, and finally lead, achieving the Eagle Scout rank in 1985. This experience is a large part of my success, who I am, and what I bring to the table. I ask for voters to invest in me to serve on the board and provide a solid first step toward achieving an even larger long-term goal of genuine school finance reform. Learn, follow, then lead. Starting here, I want to see an end to shortchanging our children. more
A Flint man was killed last week after being struck by a vehicle while crossing the road and attempting to check a mailbox. At approximately 9:45 p.m. Monday, April 16, State Troopers responded to a vehicle-versus-pedestrian fatal crash on Farm-to-Market Road 2661, south of County Road 1130, in Smith County. more
Early voting is now underway to determine who will fill seats on the Bullard Independent School District’s Board of Trustees. The 2018 Bullard ISD school board race is one of the most contested races in recent history for the school district, as a total of eight candidates filed paperwork to be officially on the ballot. more
With the potential for severe weather approaching this spring, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, from April 28 to April 30. more
East Texas Giving Day kicked off prescheduled giving on April 9th with the goal of raising more than a half-million dollars in donations for 158 participating nonprofits across East Texas. more
Patriotic pride will return to the city of Bullard, as The American Freedom Museum will take time to honor the sacrifices made by veterans at the upcoming East Texas Salute 2018 event, to be held 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, May 12, on the museum’s grounds, located on the campus of The Brook Hill Upper School. more
At their latest monthly meeting, member of the Bullard City Council approved the final plat for Phase One of a commercial subdivision that could bring the city’s first nursing home facility to town. Council members approved the measure unanimously during the March meeting of the city’s governing body. more
Members of the Bullard community will come together in the spirit of prayer and togetherness at the upcoming annual Bullard Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, to be held 6:30 a.m. Thursday, May 3, at The Brook Hill School, located at 1051 N. Houston St., in Bullard. The Bullard Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast is hosted annually by the City of Bullard and the Bullard Ministerial Alliance. more
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