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With the approaching Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 4, Bullard Banner News will change its advertising and editorial deadlines next week. more
With the upcoming Fiscal Year 2018 quickly approaching, both Bullard Independent School District and the City of Bullard will be holding upcoming public hearing events in regards to the entities’ proposed budgets and tax rates. more
A Cherokee County man will spend the next 20 years being bars after being found guilty of one count of sexual assault stemming from an incident in 2015. According to a press news release sent out by the Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office on Monday, Aug. 21, Matthew Scott Peckham, 26, of Rusk, was found guilty in the 369th Judicial District Court of Cherokee County of sexually assaulting a woman from Uvalde. more
Two Bullard residents were arrested in Cherokee County last week after authorities located firearms, drugs and drug paraphernalia, and a large amount of cash at a residence on Lake Palestine. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced recently that he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts a total of $779 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of August. more
The National Transportation and Safety Board’s preliminary crash report regarding a plane crash in Cherokee County earlier this month has revealed additional information about the case. The crash, which occurred Tuesday, Aug. 1, along the northbound side of the road of Highway 69, approximately three miles south of the city of Bullard, near mile 352. more
The City of Bullard will welcome input from residents on the 2017 proposed property tax rate and2017-2018 proposed budget during upcoming public hearing events. The values for the proposed 2017 tax rate in the city of Bullard will be the same .563264 cents per each $100 of appraised value, announced by city officials at the City of Bullard’s regular scheduled City Council meeting held, Tuesday, Aug. 8. more
The ETMC Cancer Institute will host “Cancer, Genetics and You,” a luncheon addressing what every woman should know about how genetics is changing cancer detection, on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at the CrossWalk Conference Center, located on the campus of Green Acres Baptist Church. more
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
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