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Engineers demonstrate skills by building, racing models

Engineers demonstrate skills by building, racing models

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Photo: Engineers at play: winners of Lockheed Martin’s CO2-powered scale-model drag races proudly show off their creations. /Photo by John Starkey Lockheed Martin celebrated National Engineers Week in an effort to promote science, technology, engineering

Conference inspires women in every aspect of aviation

Conference inspires women in every aspect of aviation

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Photo: Hoping to take advantage of the current hiring climate in the airline industry, candidates wait in line for an opportunity to interview with the companies of their choice. /Photo by John Starkey Despite a

Soup, Soap and Hope fundraiser provides summer camp scholarships for kids

Soup, Soap and Hope fundraiser provides summer camp scholarships for kids

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Photo: Sharing with others, Caroll Bowers, Bonnie Kelley and Debby Kruse stand by some of the food and non-perishable items collected for those in need during the Soup, Soap and Hope Ladies Luncheon. /Photo

Hispanic professionals reach out to impact education at high school, college level

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The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) announced its new strategic plan to address the changing educational and professional needs of young Hispanics during its 2015 NSHMBA Academy & Job Fair in Dallas on

Chocolate and Chic raises funds to combat domestic violence

Chocolate and Chic raises funds to combat domestic violence

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Photo: Working together, Rebecca Lopez and Dallas County Constable Beth Villarreal fight to make tomorrow a better place for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence by supporting Brighter Tomorrows. /Photo by John Starkey The

Citizens voice opinions on Council’s resolution supporting HB 562

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The first hour of the Irving City Council meeting on April 2 could have easily been mistaken for a political rally. During the highly charged, emotional gathering, people waved flags, stood up for speakers

South Irving Library opens to eager crowds

South Irving Library opens to eager crowds

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Photo: Ready to party like it’s 1800, Lit’s Alive! presented a Pride and Prejudice tea and dance at the South Irving Library, March 22. The multigenerational event explored Jane Austen’s classic work, “Pride and

South Irving Library opens to eager crowds

South Irving Library opens to eager crowds

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Photo: Playing in the South Irving Library’s Discovery Zone early childhood center, Veronica Gonzalez, Gloria Alaguna and Guillermo Garcia explore a unique table with objects inset in the top. /Photo by John Starkey Families of

Trophies, karate tournaments are bigger in Texas

Trophies, karate tournaments are bigger in Texas

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Photo: Hoping to take home a six foot trophy, Shakayla Venson (16), a student of the Five Dragon Martial Arts school in Austin, competes in the Big ‘D’ Nationals. /Photo by John Starkey More than

Byron Nelson kickoff starts annual tournament activities

Byron Nelson kickoff starts annual tournament activities

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Photo: Sitting down for a chat, Byron Nelson defending champion Joe Trahan, discusses his past and his passion for golf with Brendon Todd during the AT&T Byron Nelson kiickoff. /Photo by John Starkey The Salesmanship