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A science project representing Bullard Independent School District made its way into space last week and is expected to be brought aboard the International Space Station on Wednesday. more
A local resident has thrown his hat into the ring for the Republican primary election, running as a challenger for the District 11 seat in the Texas House of Representatives. Danny Ward of Alto, identified as a conservative Republican, announced his candidacy officially through a press release sent to the local media. more
East Texas will be one of the stops for a popular collegiate singing organization, as the Texas A&M Cadet Singers, known as “The Voice of Aggieland,” will visit the city of Tyler for an upcoming performance opportunity. According to the group’s website, the performance by the Texas A&M Cadet Singers will be held 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 8, at Marvin United Methodist Church, located at 300 W. Erwin St, in Tyler. more
The jury trial for a former coach accused of enticing a player on his team in 2015 is expected to begin in a Smith County Courtroom next week. According to Paul Clarkston, Criminal Coordinator and Court Administrator for Smith County Court at Law 2, a continuance was granted by Judge Randall Rogers in the trial of Ricky Eugene Clements, 63, after a hearing on Monday, Feb. 5, and is now expected to begin 9 a.m. Monday, March 19. more
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) contractor, Missouri Petroleum, of St. Louis, Mo., is kicking off the Tyler District’s annual summer seal coat operations which helps preserve roadways. Workers will begin working on the list of 16 projects starting on Monday, August 7, and ending on Monday, Sept. 18. The scheduled work is subject to change due to inclement weather forecast for the area. more
State Representative Travis Clardy will host town hall meetings across House District 11 to provide a legislative update on the 85th Session of the Texas Legislature and the Special Session that followed. The general public is encouraged to attend and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers. more
A sitting member of the Smith County Commissioners Court was indicted by a Grand Jury earlier this month, stemming from an April incident at her church. Commissioner JoAnn Hampton, 60, currently representing Smith County Precinct 4, was indicted Thursday, Sept. 7 on one count of Injury to a Child/Elderly/Disabled Criminal Negligence after having allegedly assaulted a woman inside of a church in April. more
The city of Bullard was recently in the spotlight, as the Smith County Commissioners Court highlighted Bullard as a part of the court’s Connecting Communities initiative. more
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