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The Smith County Commissioners Court held two public meetings Tuesday on the Smith County Road and Bridge Capital Improvement Project, and have called a special meeting for Monday. more
In just a few days, the Earth will experience an event that is considered to be “once-in-a-lifetime,” as a total solar eclipse will occur in the skies on Monday, Aug. 21. Now, two science teachers at Bullard Intermediate School have teamed up and will host interested community members at an event promoting watching the event safely. more
The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced a number of upcoming activities and events for members of the organization, as well as the Bullard community. BACC will host a ribbon cutting event for the now location of Tom McDonald State Farm Insurance, located at 10688 Farm-to-Market Road 346 W., in Flint. more
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) contractor, Missouri Petroleum, of St. Louis, Mo., is kicking off the Tyler District’s annual summer seal coat operations which helps preserve roadways. Workers will begin working on the list of 16 projects starting on Monday, August 7, and ending on Monday, Sept. 18. The scheduled work is subject to change due to inclement weather forecast for the area. more
A science project representing Bullard Independent School District made its way into space last week and is expected to be brought aboard the International Space Station on Wednesday. more
The Smith County Commissioners Court received its first presentation on the proposed, six-year Smith County Road and Bridge Capital Improvement Project on Tuesday, August 8. more
Two people were killed and one person was injured as a result of a car wreck in Flint during the afternoon hours of Sunday, Aug. 13. According to a press release sent by Sergeant Jean Dark with the Texas Department of Public Safety, a two-vehicle wreck occurred at approximately 4:30 p.m. Sunday on Farm-to-Market Road 2868, east of Highway 155 S., in Flint. more
In just 16 days, drivers across the state of Texas accustomed to sending text messages while driving will be violating the law. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a law prohibiting texting while operating a motor vehicle Tuesday, May 6, a measure that safety advocates have pursued for nearly a decade to reduce the number of potentially deadly driver distractions on Texas roads. more
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