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The overwhelming atmosphere of American patriotism was in the air, while fireworks illuminated the nighttime sky, as the Bullard community came out in groves for the City of Bullard’s annual Fourth of July celebration, “Blast Over Bullard,” Saturday, July 1, at Bullard High School. more
The scene was filled with American pride, as Eagle’s Bluff Country Club members, along with their guests, came together to celebrate the 241st birthday of the United States of America in the spirit of patriotism and freedom. more
The murder trial of the suspect accused of the kidnapping and murder of Kayla Gomez-Orozco in Bullard last November has now been delayed. Attorneys for Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, as well as state attorneys, filed a joint motion to delay the trial Thursday, June 30, which was later approved by Judge Jack Skeen Jr. of the 241st District Court in Tyler on Friday. more
Smith County is soliciting feedback from residents about their road concerns as part of its commitment to strategic planning and to ensure the county road infrastructure remains solid for decades After the Smith County Commissioners Court’s approval on Tuesday, June 27, residents can begin providing input by submitting their comments electronically through an e-form found on the County’s homepage, more
Last week, Sen. Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) met with school superintendents from around Senate District 3 to discuss items which will be addressed during the special Legislative Session, beginning on July 18. In addition, Nichols and the superintendents also discussed what occurred during the 85th Regular Legislative Session. more
The summer break for Texas lawmakers will have to wait, as a special session has been called by the governor, sending lawmakers back to work to finish working on legislation from the recently convened 86th legislative session. more
Bullard Community Library will play the part of host for the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering’s Trailblazer science trailer from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 11, in the parking lot of Bullard First United Methodist Church. more
An East Texas native appointed to serve in Smith County’s highest office last year will now seek the seat in the upcoming election. Nathaniel Moran, the acting Smith County judge, announced his candidacy for the position during a press conference event Friday, June 16, inside the Commissioners Court chambers of the Smith County Courthouse Annex. more
Texas State Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) announced last week his intention to file for reelection to the Texas Senate’s District 3 seat. “Serving Senate District 3 is the greatest honor of my life,” said Nichols, in an emailed press release sent Monday, June 19. “I humbly ask for voters’ support to continue working on behalf of East Texas. When I first ran, I pledged to work to make state government smaller, more efficient and more accountable. We have delivered on those promises, and I am excited to keep building on our record of success.” more
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