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Two women were recently arrested after being caught red-handed attempting to sneak in prohibited material into the Smith County Jail. According to a press release, Lt. Carolyn Brown of the Smith County Sheriff’s Office was on duty patrolling the jail’s perimeter on Thursday, March 15. During her watch, she observed two female suspects attempting to pass items over the perimeter wall and into a secured area of the jail. more
The University of Texas at Tyler Department of Art and Art History is proud to announce three exhibitions featuring three-dimensional artists seeking Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees this spring. “Students and visitors to our galleries will be in for a special treat as this semester’s master-level artists craft wood and steel into their own unique artistry,” said Gallery and Media Coordinator Michelle Taff. The Meadows Gallery currently features “With Wood and Paint” by Masters of Fine Arts candidate Jake Arnold, of Bullard. more
The Smith County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested a woman who reportedly made a terroristic threat via email against the law enforcement organization. According to the Smith County Sheriff’s Office, the organization received an email on Monday, March 5, through its website. An investigation into the matter began quickly after the email’s sender made references to blowing up the building. more
There will not be an election held in May for seats on the Bullard City Council, as the leadership of three council members up for re-election has proven to be effective in the eyes of the community. Incumbent council members Shirley Coe, David Rhodes, and Bryan Willis all recently filed the paperwork necessary to seek re-election, but with no one filing to run against them, the trio of council members has now secured new terms to serve the citizens of Bullard. more
Bicycling enthusiasts, ranging from novices to experienced riders, were gathered together to take on the challenges of a number of courses during the 30th annual Beauty and the Beast Bicycle Tour Saturday, March 17, at Bullard High School, hosted by Tyler Bicycle Club. more
Late registration is still ongoing, allowing participants an opportunity to continue signing up to compete in the upcoming ninth annual Bullard Education Foundation Strides for Excellence Fun Run, to be held 8 p.m. Friday, March 30, on the grounds of the Bullard Independent School District. more
Texas teens have an important message for their friends and fellow students: Always buckle up. The message is part of the Texas Department of Transportation’s annual “Teen Click It or Ticket” campaign, in partnership with high school students, to urge young drivers and their passengers to wear their seat belts every time they’re in a vehicle. more
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