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Nationally Acclaimed Insurance Company Says Sell Settlements Instead of Go Into Debt

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Annuities and structured settlements can be an alluring financial product to own for anyone looking to retire with a bit of cash. However, what most don’t understand after purchasing one of these products is

‘Peruvian Gold’ to Open at Irving Arts Center

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From October 4 through December 31, the Irving Arts Center will be home to a remarkable collection of ancient gold and silver artifacts excavated from Peru’s legendary royal tombs. “Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed” is

Mr. & Mrs. HV Minter – 60th Wedding Anniversary

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Betty Herrington and HV Minter were wed on Friday, August 20, 1954 in Clarksville, Texas. They moved to Irving in 1960. Mr. Minter worked for Frito-Lay for 10 years. He left at that time

The art of persuasion brings unique perspective to war

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A collection of rare vintage poster art including recruiting, propaganda and home front morale images from World Wars I and II on display at the Frontiers of Flight Museum commemorates the 100th anniversary of

Keeping your items secure during screening: What to do if something goes missing

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Every day, throughout the country, for a variety of reasons, passengers leave something behind at security checkpoints. You would be surprised to see what TSA sends to the airport lost and found if officers cannot reunite

Boeing awarded contract to modernize NATO AWACS fleet

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SEATTLE – Boeing received a contract from NATO worth approximately $250 million to install digital flight decks and avionics on 13 of the alliance’s Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, which are based on

U.S. and Kenya Sign Customs Mutual Assistance Agreement

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WASHINGTON— The United States signed a Customs Mutual Assistance Agreement with Kenya Aug. 6 marking a significant milestone in collaboration on security and trade facilitation between the two countries. U.S. Customs and Border Protection