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A suspect is currently being sought by the Bullard Police Department after a suspect fled after being pulled over last week. According to BPD Capitan Jeff Bragg, the incident occurred Thursday, Sept. 7, as the department’s Officer Hayes pulled over a 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe with three individuals inside for having a non-functioning headlight on Highway 69, near the intersection of Farm-to-Market Road 2493, in Bullard’s city limits. more
Two local residents were among six people arrested in an undercover investigation into establishments selling alcohol to minors in Smith County last week. more
Hurricane Harvey brought unfathomable destruction to coastal and southeast Texas. I want to use this column to describe how you or your loved ones can get help or volunteer. more
The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce has announced details regarding the organization’s upcoming monthly member mixer event and annual Red, White, and Blue Festival. more
Patrons of the Bullard Community Library will have an opportunity to participate in two of the organization’s biggest fundraising events of the year during the month of September, as the details for the annual Ladies Game Day Fundraiser and Charity Golf Tournament were recently announced. more
A Bullard business is working to accomplish its mission of giving back to the community by ensuring the safety of local sports teams on the field of play this season. Bullard Family Dentistry, owned and operated by Dr. J. Brandon Allen, opened its doors in August 2014 and made it the business’s mission to support the Bullard community in its dental needs. more
The Brook Hill School recently announced Christian author Lee Strobel as the keynote speaker for the school’s ninth annual Founder’s Day Celebration event, to be held Monday, Oct. 9. more
With the dawning of a new month last Friday, Texans now have two major laws that were officially enacted, in the form of the statewide texting and driving ban, as well as a law requiring a direct connection to a phone line to call for emergency responders. more
The Smith County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, August 29, 2017, voted unanimously to adopt the county’s budget and tax rate for the 2018 fiscal year. According to Smith County Commissioners Court Public Information Officer Casey Murphy, officials have been working all year on the FY 2018 budget, which reflects the county’s priorities, including road improvements, increased funding for law enforcement and jail operations, improved operational efficiency, continued improvement to facilities and technology, and hiring and retaining qualified employees who are providing the highest level of service to the citizens of Smith County. more
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