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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
The Brook Hill School is preparing to transport guests to the scene of one of the most famous motion pictures, as the school will host its annual Auction and Dinner fundraiser event, entitled “A Night in Oz,” slated for Friday, April 20, at Kiepersol Bushman’s Celebration Center, located at 1565 FM 2493 E., in Bullard. more
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) contractor, Missouri Petroleum, of St. Louis, Mo., is kicking off the Tyler District’s annual summer seal coat operations which helps preserve roadways. Workers will begin working on the list of 16 projects starting on Monday, August 7, and ending on Monday, Sept. 18. The scheduled work is subject to change due to inclement weather forecast for the area. more
State Representative Travis Clardy will host town hall meetings across House District 11 to provide a legislative update on the 85th Session of the Texas Legislature and the Special Session that followed. The general public is encouraged to attend and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers. 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
The scene at Bullard Elementary School was recently filled with parents and students taking part in a number of activities focused on five areas of academics at the recent BES Family STEAM Night, held Tuesday, March 27, throughout the campus. “We love the opportunity to open our doors and to have our students’ families come in and interact with the students, our staff members, and each other and allowing them to experience activities involving STEAM,” said Jenny Kasson, BES principal. “We had such a great night with a large crowd coming out and having a night of family fun together.” more
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