Author Jess Paniszczyn

Winter Festival of Acoustic Music takes its final bow

Winter Festival of Acoustic Music takes its final bow

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Photo: Headliners, Stephen Humphries on hammer dulcimer and Jesse Isley on guitar, perform in concert during the Winter Festival of Acoustic Music. / Photo by John Starkey After 29 years of melodic and educational

Islamic religious leader discusses freedom of speech

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A small group of people, most of them Christian, gathered in the Islamic Center of Irving for a special town hall on Feb. 1. Imam Zia Sheikh, a religious leader at the center, discussed

Strong economy bolsters Irving’s vital hospitality industry

Strong economy bolsters Irving’s vital hospitality industry

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Photo: Recognizing excellence in the community, Mayor Van Duyne helps the ICVB present the Carpenter Award to the Fluor Corporation. / Photo by John Starkey The Irving Convention and Visitors Bureau (ICVB) presented the Irving

Science fair makes learning exciting

Science fair makes learning exciting

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Photo: All of the Irving High School Biomedical Sciences Academy students whose projects were recognized with awards during the science fair will advance to the regional science fair competition which will be held in

Christmas miracle returns long lost Purple Heart, service medals to family

Christmas miracle returns long lost Purple Heart, service medals to family

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Photo: The hope, happiness and love that were so integral to Carter Stephens’ life are reflected in the eyes of his granddaughter, Kenzie. This Christmas brought her closer to her granddad, because now in

Baylor Medical Center at Irving enjoys TREEmendous! 50th birthday

Baylor Medical Center at Irving enjoys TREEmendous! 50th birthday

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Christmas trees and holiday wreaths filled the hall as Baylor Medical Center at Irving celebrated its 50th birthday with TREEmendous! A Festival of Trees in the Four Seasons Resort and Club at Las Colinas

Baylor at Irving opens new Emergency Department

Baylor at Irving opens new Emergency Department

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While many in the city slept on, prepared for the day or anticipated their first cup of coffee at 6 a.m. on Thurs. Nov. 6, an extraordinary transformation was taking place in the Baylor

Sports Extravaganza allows visually impaired kids to compete

Sports Extravaganza allows visually impaired kids to compete

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By Jess Paniszczyn Hundreds of visually impaired youngsters put their game faces on and competed in the 16th annual Sports Extravaganza hosted by the Region 10 Educational Service Center at Nimitz High School on Oct.

High speed rail may find a future in Texas

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By Nick Kammerer, Jess Paniszczyn Dozens of governmental officials and transportation experts gathered for The Infrastructure Forum: The Future of Transportation and Water at the Irving Convention Center on Thursday, Oct. 9. Throughout the

Corporate leaders break from summit to volunteer in community

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Humana Inc., a leading health and well-being company, hosted a Humana Leader Summit in Dallas on July 9. During the summit, 240 Humana associates from 19 states took a break from their work sessions