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Spring Fashion Show supports AMBUCS scholarships

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The AMBUCS hosted their annual Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon at the Irving Heritage Senior Center on March 14. The event raised money for scholarships to allow local students to study in therapeutic fields. “I

Woman dies in TRE Train accident

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DART and Irving police investigated a fatality accident that took place at the Nursery Road Trinity Railway Express crossing, east of Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station on Saturday, March 14, around 1:30 p.m. According to witness

Motorcycle officers improve skills through competition

Motorcycle officers improve skills through competition

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Photo: Before competition officially begins, a rider practices driving through one of the motorcycle challenge courses. /Photo by Windy Lopez Approximately 80 motorcycle officers from around the Metroplex and from as far away as Corpus

MacArthur cadets qualify for national competition

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For the fourth time in the past five years, the Irving MacArthur JROTC Academic and Leadership Teams will compete in the 2015 Army JROTC National Academic Bowl Championship at The Catholic University in Washington,

Police investigate murder/suicide

Police investigate murder/suicide

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Photo: Irving police keep a tragic crime scene secure while the victims are removed. /Photo by John Starkey On Wednesday, March 11, at 11:59 a.m., the Irving Police Department responded to a home in the

Amateur radio operators gather at HAM Fest to buy, sell, fellowship

Amateur radio operators gather at HAM Fest to buy, sell, fellowship

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Photo: Lee Rhoden buys and sells electronics at HAM Fest / Photo by Jamie Javor Each amateur radio operators club holds an annual “HAM Fest.” The Irving Amateur Radio club, known as “The Friendly Bunch,”

North Texas Municipal Water District Begins $1.9 Million Lake Lavon Dredging Project to Increase Water Levels

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Although drought has long been a problem in the region, the North Texas Municipal Water District will begin dredging two areas in its reservoir over the coming months. The $1.9 million project will remove about