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Bullard Independent School District recently made an announcement concerning the filling of principals at two of its campuses for the 2017-2018 school year. On Wednesday, May 17, Bullard ISD Superintendent Todd Schneider appointed Kenley Dover as the new Bullard Middle School principal, as well as Jodie Albritton as the new Bullard Intermediate School principal. The principal vacancies at BIS and BMS were created after the appointment of former BIS principal Amy Bickerstaff as Bullard ISD’s Director of Teaching and Learning, as well as former BMS principal Cheryl Hendrix as the Director of Human Resources and Special Programs, during the Thursday, May 11 regular scheduled meeting. more
The University of Texas at Tyler held its 2017 Spring Commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday, May 5 and 6, with numerous local residents receiving various degrees. more
As the busy summer driving season approaches, the Texas Department of Transportation is urging motorists to avoid distractions and give driving their full attention. With one in five crashes in Texas caused by distracted driving, TxDOT is pushing its “Talk, Text, Crash” messaging across the state to encourage safe summer driving. more
Work continues arm-to-Market Road 344 at the Bell Branch Creek bridge, approximately one mile west of State Highway 110, between the cities of Bullard and Whitehouse. more
Tyler Junior College recently announced the names of a total of 40 graduates receiving degrees from the Associate Degree Nursing program for May 2017. The TJC Associate Degree Nursing program is a 60-credit-hour curriculum that leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree. Graduates are eligible to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) as defined by the Texas Board of Nursing. more
Texas Rangers, a Justice of the Peace and Smith County Sheriff’s Office crime scene investigators were called in to process a scene at the Smith County Jail early Monday, June 12. An inmate had died due to an apparent suicide by hanging. more
Drivers across the state of Texas that have become accustomed with sending text messages while driving will soon be violating the law. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a law prohibiting texting while operating a motor vehicle Tuesday, May 6, a measure that safety advocates have pursued for nearly a decade to reduce the number of potentially deadly driver distractions on Texas roads. more
The administration at Bullard Independent School District announced last week the hiring of the newest program within the district’s athletic department. In a press release sent out by Bullard ISD Communications Specialist Laura Jones on Wednesday, June 7, the district announced the hiring of Darren Vossler as the first head coach of the Bullard High School Panther boys soccer program. 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
Bullard Mayor Pam Frederick, as well as two new members of the Bullard City Council, was sworn into service during one of three meeting held by the Bullard City Council in the month of May. more
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