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A long wait for the newest business in the city of Bullard will soon be over, as the Cherokee Travel Center and the Texas favorite Whataburger restaurant, located at 655 S. Doctor M. Roper Pkwy., will officially open at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 8. more
Bullard Independent School District officials are taking special precautions after the district acknowledged a rumor of an attack that made its way across the district in recent days. more
The Smith County Sheriff’s Department will change procedures regarding how inmates at the Smith County Jail will be restrained during recreation time after an incident that occurred inside of the recreation yard Friday, Feb. 17. more
Jehovah's Witnesses from East Texas will attend their semiannual circuit assembly at the Carthage Civic Center Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5. The theme of the circuit assembly is " Maintain Love for Jehovah!” based on Matt. 22:37. more
The Texas Department of Transportation is inviting interested citizens to review updated plans for the proposed widening of Farm-to-Market Rd. 2493 from FM 346 in Flint to US 69 in Bullard at an Open House event, to be held 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, inside the Bullard High School gymnasium. more
The man charged for the murder of a 10-year-old Tyler girl found dead in Bullard last November was identified as a prisoner who caused a scene on the roof of the Smith County Jail Friday, Feb. 17. Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, arrested and booked into the Smith County Jail after allegedly confessing to the murder of Kayla Gomez-Orozco Sunday, Nov. 6, reportedly became uncooperative after recreation time Friday, and climbed over a fence and up an old basketball goal, and refused orders by jailers to come down. more
Valentine’s Day has been associated with the emotion of love for many hundreds of years, and is now celebrated by the exchanging of flowers, assorted candy treats, and cards telling those special people in our lives how much we care about them. more
The murder conviction of a Bullard man was recently upheld by a jury after he allegedly beat a man to death with a baseball bat. more
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