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The administration at Bullard Independent School District announced last week the hiring of the newest program within the district’s athletic department. In a press release sent out by Bullard ISD Communications Specialist Laura Jones on Wednesday, June 7, the district announced the hiring of Darren Vossler as the first head coach of the Bullard High School Panther boys soccer program. more
The skies will be filled with lights and a sense of good ol’ American patriotism, as the City of Bullard will host the annual Fourth of July celebration, “Blast Over Bullard,” Saturday, July 1, in the parking lot of Bullard High School, located at 1426 S. Houston St. “Last year’s ‘Blast Over Bullard’ was a very awesome display of our town’s patriotism,” said Diana Folmar, organizer for “Blast Over Bullard.” “The event was a great way to honor our veterans and our country. I’m very pleased with the way the event turned out.” Several details have already been confirmed by the City of Bullard in regards to the 2017 “Blast Over Bullard” event. more
Bullard Mayor Pam Frederick, as well as two new members of the Bullard City Council, was sworn into service during one of three meeting held by the Bullard City Council in the month of May. more
The Bullard Future Farmers of America offered approximately 700 students from Bullard Primary and Elementary Schools the chance to learn about and experience farm animals and farming techniques at the annual FFA Barnyard Buddies Day Thursday, May 18, at the Bullard High School Agriculture building. The annual Barnyard Buddies Day is a community service project sponsored by the Bullard FFA. Students enjoyed a day filled with many different events focused around farming. FFA members and sponsors brought a variety of animals to the event for students to interact with in a petting zoo, including horses, ponies, kittens, puppies, baby chicks, goats, rabbits, mice, ducks, and more. more
The man accused of kidnapping and killing a 10-year-old Tyler girl last November was inside the courtroom last week for a pre-trial hearing. Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, who was arrested and charged with capital murder in the disappearance and death of Kayla Gomez-Orozco, attended a short pre-trial hearing Wednesday, May 31, inside the 241st District Court of Judge Jack Skeen Jr., as lawyers for the state and the defense discussed the case’s progress. more
Registration for single and teams of golfers continues, as the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce will host the fifth annual BACC Invitational Golf Tournament Monday, June 19, at Eagle's Bluff Country Club in Bullard. "We are very excited to host the fourth annual BACC Invitational Golf Tournament," said Jay Miller, president of BACC and director of membership, banquets, and tournaments at Eagle's Bluff. "We have a goal to raise a net profit of $5,000 this year at the tournament." more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts a total of $787.8 million in local sales tax allocations for the month of May. The amount sent out by Hegar’s office represents a 2.6 percent increase from the amount released in May 2016. “The cities of Irving, Round Rock, Dallas, San Antonio and Odessa saw noticeable increases in sales tax allocations,” Hegar said. “The cities of McAllen and Sugar Land saw noticeable decreases.” more
An East Texas man was arrested by Bullard Police Department after officers located several drug-related items inside of the car. more
A former administrator at Bullard Independent School District will now have an opportunity to serve an East Texas school district as the district’s top boss. On Thursday, April 27, Frankston High School principal Donny Lee was named as the Lone Finalist for the vacant Superintendent position with Oakwood ISD. more
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