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The Bullard Education Foundation recently made the day of several Bullard Independent School District employees after the organization received financial support from teachers and staff members district wide. Along with BEF board members Ashlee Jones and Chip Pittman and Bullard ISD Communications Specialist Laura Jones, BEF president Erin Thiem paid a visit to all six Bullard ISD campuses to present winners of the organization’s Employee Giving Campaign with the grand prizes of oen RTIC 45-gallon cooler per campus. “We are excited to begin another school year with our alliance with Bullard ISD,” said Thiem. “We love all of the support we receive from Bullard ISD teachers and staff members; they’re literally putting their money where their mouths are, in the sense that they’re helping to fund grants that impact their own school district.” more
Four Smith County firefighters recently paid tribute to victims of September 11, 2001 by participating in the Dallas 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb, held at the Renaissance Tower in Dallas on Saturday, Sept. 9. The annual event is a tribute to first responders who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. Each year, thousands of people gather in downtown Dallas to be a part of the incredibly symbolic and intensely physical tradition of stepping up to honor the fallen. Smith County Fire Marshal Connie McCoy-Wasson recognized the men for their efforts during the regularly scheduled meeting of the Smith County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, Sept. 26. more
With the month of October recognized across the country as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Bullard Panther football program will be working to raise donations to help those diagnosed with cancer in the program’s newest fundraising event. more
A 35-year-old Flint man pleaded guilty to arson and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison in September, according to Smith County Public Information Officer Casey Murphy. more
Bullard High School has elected a new queen, as senior Macy Riley was crowned as the 2017 BHS Homecoming Queen as a part of Panther Homecoming festivities Friday, Sept. 22, before the kickoff of the Bullard Panthers’ Homecoming football game against the Commerce Tigers, at Panther Stadium. more
A sitting member of the Smith County Commissioners Court was indicted by a Grand Jury earlier this month, stemming from an April incident at her church. Commissioner JoAnn Hampton, 60, currently representing Smith County Precinct 4, was indicted Thursday, Sept. 7 on one count of Injury to a Child/Elderly/Disabled Criminal Negligence after having allegedly assaulted a woman inside of a church in April. more
Panther spirit was alive and well last week, as hundreds of Bullard Panther fans were on hand for the annual Bullard High School Homecoming Parade, held Wednesday, Sept. 20, throughout the streets of downtown Bullard. more
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