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The Smith County Commissioners Court held a special meeting Monday and voted unanimously to approve and adopt an order calling for a $39.5 million bond election with a 10-year maturity to be held on Nov. 7. The money received from the bonds, if approved, will be used to pay for major county road and bridge projects over three years, which, according to commissioners, is Phase I of a six-year Road and Bridge Capital Improvement Project. more
Bullard Independent School District is warning the Bullard community of an ongoing scam that has already taken money from local businesses under the disguise of supporting Bullard ISD extracurricular activities. more
As Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast of Texas earlier this month, a local man, with the help of family members and friends, set out to help his fellow Texans during the clean-up process. 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
Applications for seats on the Bullard City Council and Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees in the upcoming election are now being accepted. more
The Smith County Area Go Texan committee will host the fourth annual Smith County Area Go Texan Scholarship Fundraiser Gala Saturday, July 22, at the Harvey Hall Convention Center, located at 2000 W. Front St., in Tyler. more
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
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