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Two years after being arrested and charged with Enticing a Child, the trial for a former coach at The Brook Hill School began earlier this week. For five years, Clements, 63, of Flint, also known as “Papa Ricky” to Brook Hill students and in the community, served as the Lady Guard volleyball head coach, as well as the head coach for the Lady Guard basketball team. The trial is scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, in the court of Judge Randall Rogers in the Smith County Court at Law No. 2. more
A Bullard man, originally arrested and indicted for sexual assault of a child, was sentenced last week on a lesser charge of Enticing a Child. Cory Jacob Caraway, 25, of Bullard was arrested April 17 after a warrant was issued by District Judge Christi Kennedy. Caraway was indicted in June for sexually assault of a child – a teenager with whom he was engaged in a long-term relationship. He was released the next day on $75,000 bond. more
More than 80 miles of Smith County roads were improved during Fiscal Year 2017, according to the 2017 Smith County Road Report, released last week. During Commissioners Court on Tuesday, Nov. 7, Smith County Engineer Frank Davis presented his annual report, detailing the work completed by the Road and Bridge Department in the last year. more
East Texas Medical Center Tyler will celebrate its 30th annual Christmas tree lighting on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 5 p.m. This year’s tree lighting ambassador is Rocky Gill, President and Chief Executive Officer of Express Employment Professionals in Tyler. more
State Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) will seek a fourth term, as he filed for re-election for Texas Senate District 3 on Saturday, Nov. 11. “Serving the people of Senate District 3 is a tremendous honor and I ask for their support so we can continue to work to make our state’s government more efficient and accountable,” said Nichols. more
The identity of an inmate who hanged himself inside the Smith County Jail was released last week by jail officials. According to a press release from the Smith County Sheriff’s Office, the inmate was identified as Quincy Butler, 44 years old, formerly of New Orleans, La. He remains on life support at a local hospital. more
A Flint man who allegedly shot his son during a domestic dispute with his wife in late September was recently indicted. A Smith County grand jury in the 114th Judicial District Court indicted Paul Jordan, 28, of Flint, on Thursday, Oct. 26 on two counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and one count of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. more
Two years after being arrested and charged with Enticing a Child, the trial for a former coach at The Brook Hill School will begin next week. For five years, Clements, 63, of Flint, also known as "Papa Ricky" to Brook Hill students and in the community, served as the Lady Guard volleyball head coach, as well as the head coach for the Lady Guard basketball team. The trial is scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, in the court of Judge Randall Rogers in the Smith County Court at Law No. 2. more
The streets of downtown Bullard will soon be filled with the holiday spirit, as the City of Bullard and Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Bullard Christmas Parade and third annual Bullard Christmas Kickoff events 3-9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4. “We are so excited to now have the public relations and communications department at the City of Bullard to be able to have this as a city event, and to partner with the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce to put on this event and the parade,” said Chelci Amburgy, City of Bullard Director of Public Relations and Communications. “This year will be full of lots of fun activities, food, Santa, hot chocolate, vendors, a photo booth, and of more
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