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The spring season is commonly referred to a season of rebirth and growth. Workers at a local east Texas winery, with literal roots planted around the Tyler and Bullard communities, are hoping for the vines to awaken and produce their luscious fruits as spring begins. Kiepersol Winery, located at 3933 FM 344 E. in Tyler, about two miles outside of the Bullard city limits, welcomed hundreds of East Texans to mark the occasion of a new year of grape-growing and wine and spirit-making at the annual Waking of the Vines at Kiepersol event, held Saturday, March 10. more
A Flint resident, who also is a prominent insurance agent in the East Texas area, was arrested last week, and is now facing charges relating to child sexual abuse. William “Chip” Ronald Crist, 46, of Flint, was arrested on Thursday, March 8 inside of the Bullard Police Department, according to Smith County Judicial Records. Warrants for Crist’s arrest were signed by Senior State district Judge Joe D. Clayton. more
Students in sixth through 12th grade at The Brook Hill School recently returned home after experiencing the world in new ways by traveling to locations across the country and throughout the world during the school’s annual Spring Potential and Reality Course Week, also known as SPARC week. more
Several members of the Bullard community are looking to get more involved with the goings-on at Bullard Independent School District, as a high number of community members have signed up to run for three chairs up for election on the Bullard ISD Board of Trustees in the upcoming May election. more
Right after I became a Christian in the early 80s, I attended a conference for college students in Dallas. In the days before cell phones, pay phones adorned a long wall in the lobby of this fancy conference hotel, like a row of slot machines. During a break in the seminars, I grabbed a roll of dimes and called every friend I had in Dallas, inviting them to join me. Josh McDowell was a popular key note speaker and there was buzz about his talk that evening. “This is Cathy Primer. I’m in Dallas for a conference. more
On Saturday, March 3, the Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) presented State Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) with the Doc Brown Legislator of the Year Award. In the 85th Texas Legislative Session, Nichols authored and passed Senate Bill 16, which lowered License to Carry fees in Texas. Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill into law in the summer of 2017. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging Texans to keep safety a top priority as they prepare for this year’s Spring Break. Texans should be mindful that increased traffic often accompanies Spring Break, so the department is urging drivers to obey all traffic laws and use extra caution when driving during the next few weeks. more
Ardent Health Services and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler have completed the purchase of East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System. ETMC will be combined with UT Health Northeast to form a 10-hospital system known as UT Health East Texas. “It really is an incredible opportunity for this new system to bring together the best of both more
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