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Texas Nonprofit Health Care Systems Partner With Retailers to Expand Walk-In Clinics

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North Texas’ two biggest not-for-profit health care systems have recently announced partnerships with major health retailers to establish walk-in clinics that are open seven days a week. According to a July 16 Dallas News article,

Qatar Airways announces Hang My Hat contest

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WASHINGTON – In honor of Qatar Airways’ newest destination, Dallas/Fort Worth, the airline has introduced the “Hang My Hat” social media contest. The contest which will run through Sept. 1 offers the Grand Prize Winner two tickets

Spirit Airlines hugs the haters, giving away one billion miles

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MIRAMAR, Fla. – Delays, fees and legroom generate a lot of negative feelings and social media buzz about airlines. Who doesn’t have an epic tale of flying hassles and pain? Spirit Airlines gets it and

DOD plans to deliver F-35’s 5th gen capability at 4th gen cost by 2019

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Washington D.C — The Department of Defense announced an agreement July 10 aimed at reducing the price of an F-35 Lightning II 5th generation fighter to the equivalent of today’s 4th generation fighters by

Win for Texas Wild in San Diego spoiled by home loss

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After defeating the San Diego Aviators in sunny California 20-19, July 10, the Texas Wild tennis team had a second bout with the Aviators Sunday evening here at home where they lost to the

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  Several people got together on June 14 and cleaned up the historic Carrollton Community Cemetery, also known as the Carrollton Black Cemetery, a short distance east of the Coppell city limits just south of

Texas Legislature Considers New Bill Aimed at Better Preparing Students for Working Life, College

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Texas educators, lawmakers, and parents are mulling over a soon to be implemented bill from the Texas State Legislature that would see sweeping reforms of the state’s educational rules. The bill, simply titled House