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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently released his final sales tax allocation report for the 2017 calendar year, announcing he will send cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts a total of $695.2 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of December. The amount released by Hegar’s office represents an increase of 10.8 percent increase from the sales tax allocations released in December 2016. more
The face of the Bullard Panthers will be on one of the largest stages ever, as Bullard High School senior Perry Burchfield will put on the suit of Morris the Panther for a performance during an upcoming college football bowl game. With the recognition of All-American mascot that she earned while attending a cheerleading camp this summer, Burchfield will now make her way to the Sunshine State, where she will take part in a pre-game performance at the Citrus Bowl, scheduled for Monday, Jan. 1, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. more
Clint Perkins has been named the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Smith County Extension Agent of Agriculture and Natural Resources, effective Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. more
Tyler Junior College recently held commencement ceremonies recognizing 682 candidates for graduation for the Fall 2017 semester Friday, Dec. 8, inside the Wagstaff Gymnasium. more
The University of Texas at Tyler held its 2017 Fall Commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday, Dec. 15-16, with numerous local residents receiving various degrees. A total of 1,482 degree candidates were recognized at the Commencement ceremonies, held inside the UT Tyler R. Don Cowan Fine and Performing Arts Center. more
During last year’s holiday season, approximately one in four deaths on Texas roadways were alcohol-related. In an effort to reduce these fatalities, the Texas Department of Transportation’s “Plan While You Can” campaign reminds drivers to make planning a sober ride part of their holiday celebrations. more
Texas Representative Matt Schaefer (R-Tyler) recently filed for re-election in the upcoming Republican primary, hoping to serve another two-year term in the Texas House representing the communities of Bullard, Whitehouse, Chapel Hill, Tyler, and the southwest part of Smith County. Schaefer pledged to continue as a voice for conservatives saying, “I am pro-life, pro-family values, opposed to illegal immigration, pro-business and free enterprise, and I support the mission of our public schools.” more
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