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Nimitz, Irving qualify for state academic decathlon meet

Nimitz, Irving qualify for state academic decathlon meet

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Photo: Nimitz High School (top) and Irving High School (bottom) Academic Decathlon Teams / Courtesy Photos Two Irving ISD Academic Decathlon teams are headed to state following a stellar performance at regional competition. The Nimitz

Film Review: The Choice feels more forced and manipulative than romantic

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Synopsis: Travis and Gabby first meet as neighbors in a small coastal town and wind up in a relationship that is tested by life’s most defining events. Review: The poster for The Choice is a dead giveaway that

Aggravated robbery ends in officer involved shooting

Aggravated robbery ends in officer involved shooting

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Photo: Officers fatally shot Christopher Dew as he held a woman at gunpoint. /Courtesy photo The Irving Police Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred Jan. 29 at approximately 1:04 p.m. in the 4100

Primrose students see shadows on Groundhog Day

Primrose students see shadows on Groundhog Day

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Photo: Primrose School of Valley Ranch students Max, Kapil, Kendall, Emma And Sharanya make silly faces with their friend Cimarron the Groundhog. /Courtesy Photo Young students at Primrose School of Valley Ranch in Irving celebrated

Local Events Calendar

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A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline February 12 – 21 The musical by Dean Regan performed by Lyric Stage follows Patsy Cline’s climb to stardom from her hometown in Virginia to The Grand Ole Opry, Las

Film Review: Tale about rescue at sea sinks quickly

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Synopsis: The Coast Guard makes a daring rescue attempt off the coast of Cape Cod after a pair of oil tankers are destroyed during a blizzard in 1952. Review: Some stories are worth telling; especially the

Increased debt, lack of transparency troubles flood control residents

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Residents within the Northwest Dallas County Flood Control District (NWDCFCD) continue paying taxes for bonds that they expected would be paid off after 30 years. Although flood control might sound like a worthy issue in

Oh, the places he will go:  After 35 years as the City’s Attorney, Charles Anderson is making a new ‘to do’ list

Oh, the places he will go: After 35 years as the City’s Attorney, Charles Anderson is making a new ‘to do’ list

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/Courtesy Photo After 35 consecutive years as an attorney for the City of Irving and with a March 31 retirement date looming on the horizon, Charles Anderson admits he’s ready to scale the next mountain. “In