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The City of Bullard will recognize and honor the sacrifices and service of veterans and active-duty military personnel, as well as celebrate American freedom, at the 17th annual Red, White, and Blue Festival Saturday, Nov. 5, organized by the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce. more
A total of eight canoes, filled with normally boisterous middle school and high school aged boys, recently embarked on a Boy Scout Troop No. 366 adventure on Caddo Lake. The canoes glided quietly through the Spanish moss-draped cypress trees on a beautiful day on Caddo Lake, bothering a few white herons that feasted on small fish near the banks on a gorgeous October day. more
Volunteers with Southern Baptists of Texas Convention Disaster Relief are headed to the East Coast to help out victims of the recent Hurricane Matthew. A crew of four from Flint Baptist Church in Flint will take a shower unit and other support equipment to help with recovery efforts in South Carolina. more
A local Bullard resident will soon surpass a milestone in her life, as she nears the century mark in age. The family of Mary Ellis King, of Bullard, will host a 100th birthday reception in her honor from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Bullard Southern Baptist Church Family Life Center, located at 716 N. Houston St., in Bullard. more
A Bullard resident and city council member recently received a promotion with Austin Bank to the level of Senior Vice President. Jeff Austin III, Vice Chairman of the Board, recently announced the promotion of Austin Bank-Whitehouse employee Shirley Coe. more
A product of the Bullard Independent School District will soon return to his home town of Bullard, bringing along his chiropractic knowledge in an effort to help his friends and neighbors with their pain. more
The future of America will be the topic of discussion when one of the biggest names synonymous with the American armed forces and the defense of American values pays a visit to the city of Bullard. more
The election ballot boxes should be full and running over this November, but that may not be the case. Citizens who are not registered to vote will miss out, as well as people who do not know they can vote and people who do not care to vote. more
The Bullard Future Farmers of America organization has begun the new school year with success, as several of the organization’s members recently brought home awards from competitions at the East Texas State Fair in Tyler, held Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. more
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