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EDITOR’S NOTE: As of Friday, Sept. 14, the Tri County Leader was informed Jacob Smith accepted a full-time position with FCCLA and is now serving on their national staff. From participating in leadership opportunities in high school to establishing his own consulting firm where he works with national nonprofit organizations in advocacy, Jacob Smith remains passionate about promoting safety issues and youth leadership. more
Southern Health Partners, based in Tennessee, has been hired to provide Smith County inmates with medical care – including a full time nurse – after a contract was approved by county commissioners during their regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 4. more
The start of the new 2018-2019 school year is a significant milestone for an extracurricular activity known around Bullard High School and the Bullard community, as the award-winning Bullard Belles drill team will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. more
What did you do during summer vacation? Such is often the first theme on which students are asked to write when returning to school. If Rhema Pitts was asked that question, she could tell you about her personal project of collecting books for inmates. more
A Flint man was sentenced to six years of deferred adjudication as part of a recently plea deal after having allegedly stole more than $50,000 over a six-month period from the business he was employed at in Tyler. On Thursday, Aug. 30, Justin Bryant Davis appeared in the 241st District Court of Judge Jack Skeen Jr. According to the terms of his plea deal, Davis pled guilty to a third-degree felony theft and was required to pay $65,000 in restitution, of which he paid $25,000 of the total last Thursday. more
Improvements have begun at a staple venue within the Bullard community. What started out as a project for the Bullard Rotary Club has now grown into a venue for young and old, as a new facelift in the form of Phase II improvements have begun at Bullard Kids’ Park. more
Due to rainfall received in Smith County over the past few weeks, officials have taken action in canceling the recently enacted burn ban order. On Wednesday, Sept. 5, Smith County lifted the county-wide burn ban that originally took effect on Friday, Aug. 3. more
Community Activities The Whitehouse Community Library will host a voter registration drive from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, in observance of National Voter Registration Day. It is not necessary to be a library patron to attend the registration drive. For more information, contact the library at (903) 839-2949. more
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