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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) wants to hear from the public regarding proposed widening alternatives for FM 2493 from FM 346 in Flint to US 69 in Bullard. more
The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce is currently working to get things in full swing as the organization will host individuals, as well as teams of four at the fourth annual BACC Invitational Golf Tournament, to be held Monday, June 6, at Eagle&rsqu more
Approximately 300 students and parents gathered inside the Bullard Elementary School cafetorium Thursday, May 5, to honor and recognize the achievements made by members of the Bullard High School Future Farmers of America. more
Keven Ellis placed a distant second in the March GOP Primary against Mary Lou Bruner, and he’s been doggedly working to close the gap before May 24’s runoff. more
A total of three students attending Dallas Baptist University were killed in a car crash in Dallas on Mountain Creek Parkway and Grady Niblo Road at approximately 3:30 a.m. Saturday. more
Mary Lou Bruner firmly believes young students should be given time to learn fundamentals before they move on, and she contends today’s public school curriculums are favoring socialism and communism over capitalism. more
Members of the Bullard community gathered together for a morning of prayer and fellowship at the ninth annual Bullard Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Thursday, May 5, inside the Brook Hill Upper School Commons. more
Justin Smith, the head student trainer in the Bullard High School athletic department, has chosen to take a big step in planning for the future, as he has chosen to enroll in the Tyler Junior College athletic training program next fall. more
Bullard High School sophomore Hayley Kinsner recently received the recognition of a lifetime, as she was named a State Finalist in the National American Miss Pageant. more
The American Freedom Museum in Bullard will salute the contributions of two military organizations and all American war veterans at the East Texas Salute 2016, to be held 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. more
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