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The Smith County Republican Club will host Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller at the July monthly meeting. Miller is an eighth generation Texas farmer and serves now as the 12th Commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture. Since taking office, Miller has visited every continent on the globe to promote Texas agricultural products. more
Texans have many reasons to be proud of the Lone Star state, but for nine different regions around the state, air quality is not one of them. The Texas Department of Transportation’s Drive Clean Texas campaign wants to change that. The campaign wants motorists to take pride in keeping the air clean during the hottest time of year when slow wind speeds and hot, sunny days create conditions where harmful ground-level ozone can form — aided by vehicle tailpipe emissions. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently issued initial guidance on the implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Wayfair v. South Dakota, commonly referred to as Wayfair. more
The Tyler Historic Preservation Board designated Smith County’s Crescent Laundry Building as a Tyler Historic Landmark. more
Two men were arrested and officially charged with capital murder charges and booked into the Smith County Jail in connection to a murder scene worked by law enforcement on Thursday, July 5. According to Smith County jail records, Charles Edward Lennon Jr., of Tyler, and Charles Edward Lennon III, of Bullard, were booked into the Smith County Jail Friday, July 6, at approximately 4 a.m. more
The overwhelming atmosphere of American patriotism was in the air, while fireworks illuminated the nighttime sky, as the Bullard community came out in groves for the City of Bullard’s annual Fourth of July celebration, Blast Over Bullard, Saturday, June 30, at Bullard High School. more
There will be a new face in the hallways at The Brook Hill School’s Lower School campus to greet both young students and parents beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. Jonathan Kegler, previously the principal at Peete Elementary School in the Tyler Independent School District, has become the new leader on campus. He was announced by the school in April as the school’s new principal, filling the role after the retirement of former principal Sandra Fritcher. more
During an extended session – nearly five hours -- Smith County Commissioners began work on the 2019 budget during a recent meeting, as County Judge Nathaniel Moran and County Auditor Ann Wilson offered a first draft for consideration. more
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