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Two Smith County Sheriff’s Detectives will be undergoing surgery soon and a blood drive has been planned in their honor. Detective Sherman Dollison was injured during the Smith County Courthouse shooting in 2005. Last year, he learned his kidney was failing because of his past injury and he needed a transplant. Detective Josh Hill has stepped up in a big way by giving Dollison one of his kidneys during a transplant surgery planned for August. 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
Donald Love, a Bullard High School graduate, is an avid dancer, and will soon have the opportunity to dance on one of the world’s biggest stages once again. Love was recently selected as one of 18 young dancers on the 2017-2018 Dallas Cowboys Rhythm and Blue hip-hop dance team, his second consecutive year to claim a roster spot on the squad. 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
A Bullard man is currently being held in the Titus County Jail and could face up to 20 years in prison when sentenced on a federal charge of Possession and Transporting Child Pornography after pleading guilty in May. According to Titus County Jail records, Nickalas Graham, 29, of Bullard, was arrested and booked into the jail by the United States Marshals Service on Friday, Jan. 20. more
A total of two people, including a 20-month-old child, were killed as a result of a wreck along Interstate 20 East in Van Zandt County during the evening hours of Friday, July 7. According to a report released by the Texas Department of Public Safety, troopers responded to a three-vehicle crash on I-20, near Van on Sunday at approximately 9:53 p.m. more
The expected start of the murder trial for the suspect accused of kidnapping and murdering a Tyler girl last November in Bullard has officially been pushed back until next year. On Thursday, July 6, Gustavo Zavala-Garcia, who was arrested in November 2016 and charged with capital murder in the disappearance and death of 10-year-old Kayla Gomez-Orozco of Tyler, appeared in a pre-trial hearing before the 241st District Court of Judge Jack Skeen Jr. more
In less than a month, several local Boy Scouts with Troop No. 366 will set sail in the warm waters of the Florida Keys on a Schooner tall sailing ship for a week, as they take part in one of Scouting’s premier High Adventure Camps. more
With the 2018 primaries and general elections on the horizon, the sitting state representative for Texas’s House District 11 is wasting no time in announcing his intentions to seek the position once again. State Representative Travis Clardy (R) announced his plans to seek re-election to represent House District 11 in the Texas House of Representatives on Thursday, June 22. more
Anna Armstrong, a May graduate of Tyler Junior College and a biology major, is one of several students selected to participate in a summer research academy. A Whitehouse native, Armstrong is spending the summer conducting biological research at Imperial College in London, England. She was also selected as a 2017 Coca-Cola Gold Academic Team member and scholarship recipient. She will attend the University of Boston in the fall. more
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