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No one understands the pain and sorrow a parent experiences at the death of a child unless it is another parent who has also experienced such a loss. Even still, grief is a process that each individual experiences differently. more
The National League of Junior Cotillions (NLJC), a program of etiquette, character education and social dance training for middle school students, has announced plans to reestablish its national program in Smith County. more
“Mining Obituaries for Ancestors,” or reading obituaries, will be the topic of speaker Sandra Crowley at the East Texas Genealogical Society meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11. Crowley is a genealogist, author and lecturer who grew up attending family reunions and developed a natural curiosity about her family history. more
The Texas Department of Transportation is planning to conduct the following construction and maintenance work throughout the district. Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, equipment failure or other unforeseen issues. Slow down and pay attention when traveling through work zones. Summer seal coat operations continue in the Tyler District. Motorists should expect lane closures and delays during this work to seal and protect roadways from water, and provide a longer life cycle. Because the time to complete work on each roadway is estimated, these schedules are subject to change. more
The Cameron – J. Jarvis Troup Municipal Library hosted youth financial literacy camps each Tuesday and Thursday in July. The camps are a program provided by A Circle of Ten, Inc.’s Gateway to American Opportunities, a regional literacy initiative. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans to take extra safety precautions as temperatures and heat indices continue to reach 100 degrees and above in many parts of the state. more
Amazing fishing, gorgeous views, pristine wilderness, and the clearest water you have ever seen – simply put, the trip of a life time. No matter which set of adjectives you use, it is hard to describe Bullard’s Boy Scout Troop No. 366’s Northern Tier High Boy Scout high adventure trip in late June. A total of 14 boy scouts, along with seven adult leaders and fathers, ventured from East Texas to northern Minnesota, and then into the 1.1 million acre Quetico Provincial Park Canadian wilderness in Southern Canada via canoe. more
The city of Bullard is known for offering both residents and guests a plethora of opportunities to shop within their local community. One local store opened its doors in May, providing patrons a place to unwind and visit with friends, as well as shop for items that fit the business’s slogan: “Gifts for Cool People.” Solan Douglas & Co., located at 475 E. Main St. Suite E, is owned by mother-and-daughter entrepreneurs Cindy and Sarah Campbell. The store held its grand opening event in early May, but actually began operations in late March. more
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