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Ambucs swear in officers, donate two AmTrykes

Ambucs swear in officers, donate two AmTrykes

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Photo: Helping yet another person with limited mobility, Jack Spurlock (left) and Bob Silver (center) present Zabi (right) with an AmTryke from Irving Ambucs. / Photo by John Starkey  In addition to providing AmTyrkes for 10-year-old

Top five telephone scams revealed   

Top five telephone scams revealed  

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Almost nine out of ten Americans (89 percent) receive unwanted calls each month according to a recent survey which has also revealed the top five types of scam people have fallen victim to. The YouGov

Local Events

Local Events

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Movie Night with Irving Black Arts Council! June 25, 7:00 pm IBAC will feature a film festival competition of short-take films produced by African-American filmmakers. Filmmakers will be vetted and movies must align with the organization’s

Bikes, trains and automobiles: Commuting continues to change

Bikes, trains and automobiles: Commuting continues to change

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Photo: Irving residents like Jon Fontenot (right) test out the electric boost bicycles around Dallas and White Rock Lake. /Photo by Jessica Sluys If you are tired of sitting in DFW traffic, getting honked at,

Texas and Scotland face similar education, economic challenges

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The thistles of Scotland and the yellow rose of Texas have several things in common: higher education, economic development and the Dallas County Community College District. Collaborating on international education agreements, digital technology and solutions

Summer meals reaching fewer hungry kids in Texas

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Austin – Average daily participation in summer food programs for hungry Texas children dropped 10 percent in 2015, according to a national report. Approximately 28,000 fewer children participated compared to the previous summer, while national

Rec center hosts emergency exercise

Rec center hosts emergency exercise

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Photo: American Red Cross and the Public Safety Department participate in the emergency exercise. /Photo by Adam Stephens As part of a test of the state’s hurricane evacuation plans, Senter Park Recreation Center participated in

Man dies in Irving jail

Man dies in Irving jail

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On Sunday, June 12, at approximately 8:13 a.m., Irving Jail detention staff found 41-year-old Gabriel Pedro Gonzales unresponsive in his jail cell. Resuscitation efforts were immediately initiated by the Jail detention staff and the Irving