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North Lake immigration panel educates, reassures community

North Lake immigration panel educates, reassures community

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In response to developing national immigration reforms, North Lake College held a Spanish language panel on Thursday, March 9 to help educate residents on recent policy changes. Esther Canales, translator of the college’s District Outreach

Charlotte’s Web snares South Irving Library

Charlotte’s Web snares South Irving Library

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Children were entangled in a number of arts and crafts activities at the South Irving Library on Friday, March 24, culminating in a viewing of Charlotte’s Web. “We have crafts programs and a lot of

MacArthur students win at NASA competition

MacArthur students win at NASA competition

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Students in AP physics classes at MacArthur High School competed in the NASA Space Settlement Design Contest at the Johnson Space Center in Houston March 24 and 26. On the first night of the

Irving-based bank among best companies to work for in Texas

Irving-based bank among best companies to work for in Texas

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The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas), an Irving-based wholesale bank owned by its approximately 850 member financial institutions, was named as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in

MacArthur freshman selected for Under 16 National Team Trials

MacArthur freshman selected for Under 16 National Team Trials

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MacArthur High School freshman Sarah Andrews has been selected by USA Basketball and the Developmental National Team Committee to participate in the 2017 Under 16 National Team Trials in May at the U.S. Olympic

AMBUCS Sweetheart

AMBUCS Sweetheart

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Kaye Ward has been selected as the Irving American Business Clubs (AMBUCS) Sweetheart of the

Car care clinics to address check engine light

Car care clinics to address check engine light

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Arlington, Texas – When that dreaded check engine light comes on, your mind inevitably races as numerous questions start flowing through your head. What does it mean? How serious is it? Can I still drive my car? How

Project remembers World War I, marks anniversary of America’s entry

Project remembers World War I, marks anniversary of America’s entry

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“It’s a war that’s quickly being forgotten. We need to recognize World War I instead for the pivotal position it played in shaping modern America and its place in the world. It should be