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Known throughout East Texas for its giving heart in times of need, the Bullard community, as well as Bullard Independent School District and The Brook Hill School, stepped up to help their neighbors from Southeast Texas who were directly impacted by the flood waters and storm damage of Hurricane Harvey last week. Through a collaborative effort of collecting from the Bullard community, as well as Lindale Church of Christ, Bullard Church of Christ, Southside Church or Christ in Jacksonville, and Sadler’s in Jacksonville, a total of five trucks and four trailers loaded down with donations departed Bullard and traveled to Mauriceville, with Campbell Custom Homes owner Jason Campbell aboard the expedition. more
The driver charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter stemming from an April wreck on Toll 49 was indicted recently. Jessica Lauren Vass, 35, of Lindale, was named on a list of indictments headed down by a Smith County jury and released Tuesday by the Smith County District Attorney’s Office Thursday, Aug. 24. more
A suspect is currently being sought by the Bullard Police Department after a suspect fled after being pulled over last week. According to BPD Capitan Jeff Bragg, the incident occurred Thursday, Sept. 7, as the department’s Officer Hayes pulled over a 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe with three individuals inside for having a non-functioning headlight on Highway 69, near the intersection of Farm-to-Market Road 2493, in Bullard’s city limits. more
After holding a public hearing for comments from community members, Bullard Independent School District has adopted its new tax rate and budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. more
The spirit of the Bullard Panthers will fill the streets of downtown Bullard next week, as the 2017 Bullard High School Homecoming Parade and Downtown Pep Rally will be held Wednesday, Sept. 20. “We’re all very excited for this year’s BHS Homecoming parade,” said Jeri Coke, BHS Homecoming Parade organizer. “With Homecoming being earlier this year, getting everything set up and everyone on the same page has been a little challenging, but at the same time, it’s a very exciting time and we’ve sort of jumped in with both feet. We want to get the word out as much as we can and invite everyone to come to the parade and hang out afterwards to cheer on the Panthers.” more
Although the atmosphere across the state of Texas was filled with the return of Friday Night Lights recently, one local team stopped to give back to needy members of its community. The Brook Hill Guard varsity football team, under the direction of second –year head coach Scott Ryle, took part in packaging food for needy school-aged children Saturday, Sept. 2, at the East Texas Food Bank in Tyler. more
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