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Each year in Texas, more than half of drivers involved in deadly drunk driving crashes are between the ages of 17 and 34. With many college students and young adults heading to Spring Break destinations in the coming weeks, the Texas Department of Transportation’s “Plan While You Can” campaign reminds them to make a sober ride part of their festivities. more
Smith County voters will be able to cast their ballots at any of the county’s 34 polling locations on Election Day, March 6. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Election Day locations will be open across the county, at polling locations in Tyler, Arp, Bullard, Flint, Hideaway, Lindale, Troup, Whitehouse and Winona. For a complete list, visit more
A Bullard man was identified by authorities as an individual killed in a fatal crash in State Highway 31 in Henderson County last week. According to Staff Sergeant Jean Dark with the Texas Department of Public Safety, troopers responded to a two-vehicle wreck approximately 3.3 miles west of Brownsboro at approximately 10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21. more
The final preparations are being made, as students involved in local Future Farmers of America chapters are preparing to compete in the 2018 Smith County Youth Expo, to be held Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 28 – March 2, at Bullard High School. Students representing Bullard, Lindale, Winona, Troup, Whitehouse, Arp, Tyler Robert E. Lee, and other Smith County schools will compete at the Smith County Youth Expo throughout the three-day event. more
Fans of Bullard Panther football at all levels will not have to wait long for action to return on the field of play, as the Bullard Independent School District’s athletic department recently released the upcoming 2018 football schedules for varsity, junior varsity, freshman, and middle school teams. “Even though we just went through the redistricting process, it’s great to already have our schedule out so that our fans can come out and support Panther football on all levels,” said Scott Callaway, Bullard ISD more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced recently that he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts a total of $911.9 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of February. The report released by the Texas Comptroller’s office stated the figures released for February represent a 6.2 percent increase statewide from the amount released in February 2017. February’s sales tax figures from the Comptroller’s office showed upticks in amounts for both the City of Bullard and Smith County, while Cherokee County’s amount took a slight dip. more
The trial date for a Flint business owner accused of allegedly committing a sexual assault on a female under 14 years old has now been set. According to reports, the trial for Grant Edward Cook, 56, of Flint, listed as the owner of Grant Cook Music, a store specializing in musical instrument sales and music lessons on Highway 155 in Flint, is scheduled to begin Wednesday, April 11. more
Early voting continues in a number of primary races throughout Smith and Cherokee County, while Election Day is quickly approaching. The upcoming election will include contested races for U.S. and State Representatives, Judges, District Attorney, District Clerk, Commissioner and Justices of the Peace. Most of the contested races will be decided in the primary elections. more
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