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For over three decades, one thing has been constant in the life of Dan Campbell: his job with the United States Post Office in Flint. Now, with an average of 10-15 job changes in a worker’s lifespan, Campbell is about to embark on a new adventure, as he will officially retire from the Post Office on Monday, July 31, ending a career spanning a total of nearly 33 years. more
Motorists who are used to using one of the main veins of traffic in and out of the city of Bullard will now need to find an alternate route to reach their destination. more
In just a few days, the Earth will experience an event that is considered to be “once-in-a-lifetime,” as a total solar eclipse will occur in the skies on Monday, Aug. 21. Now, two science teachers at Bullard Intermediate School have teamed up and will host interested community members at an event promoting watching the event safely. more
Longtime Smith County Extension Agent Chad Gulley has retired after more than 17 years of service. Gulley has served as the County Extension Agent - Agriculture and Natural Resources - for Smith County since 2011. He has also served the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services in Polk and Nacogdoches, for a total of more than 17 years. more
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
The city of Bullard area was filled with the magic and spirit of Christmas, as hundreds of Bullard residents gathered in the downtown area for the annual Bullard Christmas Parade and the second … more
Patrons of the Bullard Community Library will have an opportunity to participate in two of the organization’s biggest fundraising events of the year during the month of September, as the details for the annual Ladies Game Day Fundraiser and Charity Golf Tournament were recently announced. more
The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce is currently working to get things in full swing as the organization will host individuals, as well as teams of four at the fifth annual BACC Invitational Golf Tournament, to be held Monday, June 19, at Eagle's Bluff Country Club in Bullard. more
On Tuesday, Aug. 15, the first called Special Session of the 85th Texas Legislature came to a end. The Special Session brought about significant legislation to benefit public schools in Texas, according to "The House and Senate came together to provide relief and necessary funding for our school districts and retired teachers," said Nichols. "Right before the Special, I met with superintendents, retired teachers and educators from across Senate District 3 to discuss what they wanted me to focus on during this session. The passing of House Bill 21, which I was proud to support, addresses many of their issues." more
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