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Jeremie Del Ral Ford, 30, was sentenced following his conviction in the month of May on charges of theft of livestock. The charges were the result of an investigation led by Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Ranger Larry Hand. Hand was assisted in the investigation by TSCRA Special Ranger Jimmy Dickson as well as the Smith County Sheriff’s Office. more
The International Foodservice Distributors Association announced recently that United States Congressman Gohmert (R- Tyler) has been named a recipient of the 2018 Thomas Jefferson Award. The bi-annual award recognizes legislators whose voting record indicates strong support of policies that enable the U.S. foodservice distribution industry to create well-paying jobs, grow their businesses, and contribute to their local communities. more
A double-wide mobile home in the Flint/Gresham area was a total loss after it caught fire in the morning hours of Monday, June 4. more
The Texas Bankers Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Texas Bankers Association, presented the Cornerstone Award to Jacksonville-based Austin Bank for its Building East Texas Together project. more
The Bullard Community Library, located at 211 W. Main St., has announced the details for the entity’s 2018 Summer Reading Program, which will start on Saturday, June 9. “I am very excited about this year’s Summer Reading Program,” said Debbie Willbanks, BCL director. more
A full-capacity crowd of family and friends gathered inside Tyler Junior College’s Wagstaff Gymnasium Saturday, May 26, as the Bullard Independent School District held Commencement exercises for the Bullard High School Class of 2018. Seniors Ethan Wyatt Medley and Megan Renae McCoy headlined the top of the 172-member Class of 2018, serving as the Valedictorian and Salutatorian, respectively. more
The faces on the Bullard City Council will remain the same, as three council members who ran unopposed in the May 2018 general election recently took the Oath of Office to serve the citizens of Bullard for new two year terms. more
The Smith County Commissioners Court on Tuesday voted to approve the sale of road bonds at a lower-than-expected interest rate after receiving a dozen competitive bids. In November, Smith County voters approved a $39.5 million bond package to improve county roads. more
Members of the Bullard High School Class of 2018, along with their parents, family, and friends, gathered together to worship and to hear a message of encouragement at the annual BHS Baccalaureate Service, held Sunday, May 20, at Bullard First United Methodist Church. more
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