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Blair Witch sequel brings new, chilling horror to screen

Blair Witch sequel brings new, chilling horror to screen

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The Blair Witch Project has been a staple of the horror genre for over 25 years now. Released in 1999, it was many moviegoers’ first experience with the found footage medium of storytelling that

Irving Cares celebrates Great Harvest Gala

Irving Cares celebrates Great Harvest Gala

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Photo: The Great Harvest silent auction includes a stuffed dino willing to dance with patrons in an effort to raise funds for those in need. /Photo by Matthew Pedersen In the pursuit of their goal

Suspicious item discovered at MacArthur High School

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On Sep. 16 shortly before 10 A.M., Irving Police Department school resource officers at MacArthur High School were notified of a suspicious item found in an unused school locker. Officers examined the item, and out

Back away from the register: five triggers that bust your budget

Back away from the register: five triggers that bust your budget

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PHOENIX – Even the most frugal have moments of weakness when shopping. In fact, swiping a credit card incites a pleasure response in the brain, which explains why shoppers often spend more than they

Rev. Dr. Jack Wallace begins ministry in Irving at First United Methodist Church

Rev. Dr. Jack Wallace begins ministry in Irving at First United Methodist Church

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Photo: Marlane and Rev. Dr. Jack Wallace /Courtesy photo First United Methodist Church of Irving recently welcomed a new senior pastor, Rev. Dr. Jack Wallace, and his wife, Marlane. “It is nice to be back to

DSCF grant supports K9 anti-poaching unit

DSCF grant supports K9 anti-poaching unit

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Photo: Tracking dogs trained to assist field rangers in finding and capturing suspected poachers improve the odds of success astronomically. /Courtesy photo DALLAS – Dallas Safari Club (DSC) and DSC Foundation (DSCF) grants are once again

Special delivery from the White House

Special delivery from the White House

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Photo: June Yi and Nell Anne Hunt appreciate President Obama’s response to Hunt’s letter. /Courtesy photo June Yi, a sixth grader at Travis Middle School, received a special delivery from President Barack Obama. June portrayed President

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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The Big Blend September 25, 2 p.m. The Irving Heritage Society will host “The Big Blend: The Hispanic Experience in America,” part of the Irving Public Library’s NEA Big Read. A brief general meeting of the