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The City of Bullard’s annual Citywide Cleanup and Bulk Trash Drop Off event is scheduled to take place 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in front of Bullard City Hall, located at 114 S. Phillips St. The event is sponsored by Republic Services, the local waste management company. There is no limit on the amount of garbage residents can bring to the event. Event organizers encourage residents to clean out their basements, garages, yards, and homes, saying the cleanup is a great opportunity to dispose of bulky wastes and discards that are not routinely collected by weekly services. more
A total of two Bullard residents were recently honored by receiving promotions from a well-known banking entity in the East Texas area. Jeff Austin III, Vice Chairman of the Board, recently announced the promotion of Austin Bank employees Toni Davis and Brenda Williams. The promotions were approved at the March 2018 Board of Directors meeting at the Austin Bank corporate office in Jacksonville. more
Who could beat the King of Rock and Roll with his song, “Suspicious Minds”? Not many. But there is one man who comes close, and his name is Travis Powell. This 34-year-old North Carolina native has traveled the nation as an Elvis impersonator for years. With his whiskey-smooth vocals and “Well, thank ya, thank ya very much” lines, most people can’t tell the difference. East Texas is in luck, because this smooth impersonator will perform songs from Elvis’ 1968 comeback special and 1970s concert years at 7 p.m. April 27, at the KE Bushmans Concert Theater in Bullard. more
The Place 4 seat on the Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees will feature the same number of candidates seeking to fill the position in the upcoming Saturday, May 5 general election. Candidates who have filed the necessary paperwork to run for Place 4 on the Bullard ISD School Board include Steve Adams, Stephanie Luper, Shane Pyle, and Michael Roy. more
The City of Bullard will host the annual Citywide Cleanup and Bulk Trash Drop Off event 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 14, in front of Bullard City Hall, located at 114 S. Phillips St. The event is sponsored by Republic Services, the local waste management company. There is no limit on the amount of garbage residents can bring to the event. Event organizers encourage residents to clean out their basements, garages, yards, and homes, saying the cleanup is a great opportunity to dispose of bulky wastes and discards that are not routinely collected by weekly services. more
The trial for the suspect accused of the November 2016 kidnapping and murder a 10-year-old Tyler girl in Bullard will likely take place during the 2019 calendar year. During a pre-trial hearing for Gustavo Zavala-Garcia on Wednesday, March 21, in the 241st District County of Judge Jack Skeen Jr., inside the Smith County Courthouse, Smith County District Attorney Matt Bingham and Smith County District Attorney-Elect Jacob Putman were present. more
The scene at one of Bullard’s local churches was filled with the laughter of young children and the sight of brightly colored plastic eggs, as First Baptist Church of Bullard hosted an estimated 200 attendees for the church’s second annual Eggstavaganza event, held Sunday, March 25. more
The Place 3 seat on the Bullard ISD Board of Trustees will feature the same number of candidates seeking election to the school district’s governing body in the upcoming Saturday, May 5 general election. Candidates for Bullard ISD School Board Place 3 include community members Brent Bishop, Jeff Bragg, and Susie Turner Saxion. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced recently that he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts a total of $671 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of March. The report released by the Texas Comptroller’s office stated the figures released for February represent an 8.3 percent increase statewide from the amount released in March 2017. more
East Texas’ largest healthcare provider announced in a press release dated Thursday, March 22 that approximately 400 employees will soon be laid off in an effort to make the newly merged company more financially stable. Officials with UT Health East Texas, formed at the beginning of March after Ardent Health Services and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler completed the purchase of now-former East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System, stated in the press release the number of layoffs represents about five percent of its workforce. more
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