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Texas A&M explores what firefighters can reveal about PTSD risk

Texas A&M explores what firefighters can reveal about PTSD risk

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Firefighters are exposed to a range of potentially traumatic stressors in their jobs, and many cope perfectly fine. However, a not-insignificant percentage of them develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and

Black History Program recalls Montgomery Bus Boycott

Black History Program recalls Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Photo: Performers celebrate the story of Claudette Coleman at the Irving Arts Center / Photo by Vaughn-zel Lloyd A crowd of roughly 200 people attended the annual Black History Program at the Irving Arts Center

Singley teacher earns regional award

Singley teacher earns regional award

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Ana Snider, Spanish teacher at Singley Academy, has been awarded the College Board’s AP (Advanced Placement) Award for Administrators in the southwestern region, which serves students and educators in Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and

Lakota warrior Eagle Elk honored in iconic image

Lakota warrior Eagle Elk honored in iconic image

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For decades, descendants of the fierce Lakota warrior Eagle Elk shared stories of his bravery in battles and prowess in hunting. Yet family members worried Eagle Elk’s legacy would someday be forgotten. No longer. An

Texas home sales, prices set annual records for second year in a row 

Texas home sales, prices set annual records for second year in a row 

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AUSTIN, Texas — Texas home sales volume and home prices reached all-time highs for the second year in a row in 2016, according to the 2016 Texas Real Estate Year in Review Report released Feb. 21

Don’t miss these events!

Don’t miss these events!

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Irving Schools Perform at the Meyerson February 25 Irving High’s band, choir, and orchestra will host a day of free concerts at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas’ historic Arts District. The performance schedule

Irving Heritage Society celebrates history with Vintage Valentine Tea

Irving Heritage Society celebrates history with Vintage Valentine Tea

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Photo: Guests of the annual Vintage Valentine Tea are treated to a tour of the historic Irving Heritage House. /Photo by Ariel Graham History came alive at the Irving Heritage Society’s annual Vintage Valentine Tea

TXU Energy donates trees for outdoor learning

TXU Energy donates trees for outdoor learning

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Thanks to the generosity of TXU Energy, three Irving ISD learning spaces were beautified this week with a spread of new fruit trees. In partnership with Texas Trees Foundation, TXU Energy donated 18 native