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Church Activities The congregation of Bullard First Assembly (650 S. Dr. M Roper Parkway, Bullard) will host a Back to School Bash event 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18. The event is free of charge, with hot dogs, lemonade, and snow cones, as well as bounces houses, a petting zoo, pony rides, and a worship concert featuring Barrabus. There will also be offered free school supplies and 100 free backpacks. A free laptop will also be given to a student between 7:45-8 p.m. more
On Monday, July 30, in the 369th Judicial District Court of Cherokee County, Terry Woods was convicted of murdering Michael Hatton in October of 2015.  Woods was also convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Woods shot Hatton in the face with a .45 caliber handgun because the two were arguing over the value of stolen floor tile. more
Preston Lindsey, who served the Troup Independent School District teaching agricultural studies for seven years, is now executive director of support services. Taking over his responsibilities in the agricultural department are Kelly and Lisa Doster. more
With the start of the 2018-2019 school year just six days away for students and teachers at Bullard Independent School District, the district’s campuses will prepare to host several Meet the Teacher events beforehand. more
The Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast Tuesday, Aug. 7, for new teachers and staff of the Whitehouse Independent School District prior to their orientation. more
The directors of the Bullard High School Panther Band recently named the students who will fill the band’s top student leadership positions for the 2018- 2019 school year. “We are excited to announce our new drum majors for this school year,” said Gary Jordan, Bullard ISD Director of Bands. “The drum major positions are very important to any high school band more
The Bullard Banner News and the Tri County Leader newspapers, owned by Bluebonnet Publishing, LLC., have into a single publication. “An old newspaper guy once said, ‘a newspaper’s first … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.74 billion in July, 6.9 percent more than in July 2017.  “Sales tax receipts from almost all major economic sectors were up compared with last year,” Hegar said. “The most notable increases were from oil and gas mining and manufacturing sectors, followed by wholesale trade, restaurants and services. more
The Whitehouse Independent School District Board of Trustees appointed Al Flanagan to Place 2, the seat vacated when Dr. Howard Patterson tendered his resignation July 18. A special meeting of the trustees was called Wednesday, Aug. 1, where the appointment was approved and Flanagan was sworn in by district superintendent Dr. Christopher Moran. more
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