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Patriotism By Hannah Lloyd Senior, Bullard High School I remember being a little girl, painting my face red, white, and blue, riding through the Fourth of July parade in my red wagon while waving the America flag high. I learned patriotic songs, the Pledge of Allegiance, historic events and American heroes. I’ve witnessed horrific acts like 9/11, Boston Marathon, and Orlando Florida attacks. I’ve learned how strong this country is, how we help each other, and bounce back even stronger after disasters. more
Students, parents, and staff at the Brook Hill School celebrated the school's legacy in Christian college preparatory education at the ninth annual Brook Hill Founder's Day celebration, held Monday, Oct. 10, in the Brook Hill Upper School Quadrangle. more
One local church is not letting clowns and darkness stop the Light, as Flint Baptist Church, located at 11131 Farm-to-Market Rd. 2868 W. in Flint, has decided to light up their campus for the Halloween holiday Monday, Oct. 31. more
With the month of October designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, students at Bullard Middle School are doing their part to raise awareness and funds to fight the disease. “This is my first time to be involved in a project like this,” said April Luptak, BMS technology teacher. “It was excited to present this project to the students because they had so many great ideas about raising money and awareness about breast cancer. Also, several students use this opportunity to honor their family members that have fought, and sometimes have died from, breast cancer, and to gather money to fight it.” more
One of the many treasures of the city of Bullard is nestled on its outskirts. Moore Farms, a favorite location for East Texans in the fall, and its fields of pumpkins are located at 22142 CR 181, and is open for all to come and experience. Moore Farms began in 2000 as a dream of Cleve and Lesley Moore to open the farm to the public and educate people through agriculture, called “agritourism,” which has helped to give thousands of school children and visitors throughout the past 16 years a glimpse at the happenings on a working small family farm. more
The newest art show currently on display in the city of Bullard has already received rave reviews thanks in part to the large turnout at the show’s opening night reception, held Friday, Oct. 14, at M6 Winery, located at 201 W. Main St., in Bullard. more
Members of the Bullard Future Farmers of America student organization loaded up the trailers and traveled to compete against the best competition in the state at the 2016 State Fair of Texas Livestock Show, held Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4-5, at the Fair Park Fairgrounds in Dallas. more
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office has identified a suspect and a person of interest in a recent murder case. An arrest warrant was issued by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Judge Brenda Dominy for Maximino Garcia, 31, last week in connection with the death of Mario Rodriguez, 27, who was found dead of a gunshot wound inside of a truck located on County Road at CR 4415 and FM 2274 near Rockhill Church, outside of New Summerfield, on Sunday, Oct. 9. more
The topics of America, religious liberty, and the upcoming 2016 United States Presidential election will undoubtedly be discussed when a major figure in the world of politics and the United States armed forces visits the city of Bullard next week. more
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