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The Smith County Tax Office branch in Noonday has added services to residents living in the southern portion of Smith County. more
United States Congressman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX 5th District), who represents Cherokee County in the U.S. House of Representatives, announced his intentions last week to not seek re-election. “Today I am announcing that I will not seek reelection to the US Congress in 2018,” Hensarling told supporters in a statement posted to his Congressional website dated Tuesday, Oct. 31. “Although service in Congress remains the greatest privilege of my life, I never intended to make it a lifetime commitment, and I have already stayed far longer than I had originally planned.” more
Smith County’s Precinct 1 Constable began serving a six-month sentence in federal prison last week after pleading guilty to four counts of willfully failing to pay his federal income taxes in September. Constable Henry Jackson began serving his term at the Seagoville Unit near Dallas on Friday, Oct. 27. After his release, he will be subject to an additional year of probation. more
A new business on Bullard’s Main St. now calls the city home, with the hopes of bringing fashionable men’s wear to the East Texas area. Bo Botello, owner of Botique, located at 475 E. Main St., Suite B, opened up the location in late September, with business at the retail location now in full bloom. “I am so excited to be open in Bullard,” said Botello. “I’ve wanted to do something like this for so long and I believe we’ve picked the most wonderful spot to do it. We have so many wonderful people around us and now, they don’t have to run into town with all the traffic to pick up something to wear; they can come here to us, and we have what they need. Business has been great since we opened up. We’re all very thankful to all of our clients.” more
A sense of patriotic pride will fill the streets of the city, as the Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce prepares to host the 18th annual BACC Red, White, and Blue Festival on Saturday, Nov. 4, in downtown Bullard. “We’re very excited for the Red, White, and Blue Festival,” said Katie Clarkston, BACC member and event planner. “This is my third or fourth year to be a part of the Red, White, and Blue Committee. The event is growing in a number of different ways, and we hope that it will continue to be a family fun event, weather permitting, as always.” more
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