Author Jess Paniszczyn

Fold your paper wisely and fly far

Fold your paper wisely and fly far

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Photo: A young pilot launches his plane in the hope of one day competing in Austria. /Photo by John Starkey Tens of thousands of pilots carefully selected their paper, plied their craft and launched their

Viva Aerobus celebrates new DFW Airport flights

Viva Aerobus celebrates new DFW Airport flights

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Photo: Celebrating a successful relationship, DFW Airport welcomes a Viva Aerobus flight with a shower of affection. /Photo Courtesy of DFW Airport As a mariachi band played and cake was served to guests waiting at

Work of art finds new home at Dallas Love Field

Work of art finds new home at Dallas Love Field

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The seven million travelers who pass through Dallas Love Field’s ticketing hall have something eye catching to remind them of the beauty of light, and perhaps to offer them something relaxing beyond the hustle

Competition takes drone command to new level

Competition takes drone command to new level

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Photo: Spectators, Jenny and Ellie (4) Karlovetz, get as close as possible to watch some of the most technologically advanced, individually owned drones in the area maneuver through the Drone Wars Flight Arena. /Photo

Unique award recognizes student authors

Unique award recognizes student authors

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Photo: Celebrating young authors, Dr. Cherie Clodfelter and Thomas W. Keefe (rt) congratulate Kathleen Ramirez and Meghan Elfelt on the award winning children’s stories they created for their Children’s Literature class. /Photo by John

Masonic award honors teachers, students

Masonic award honors teachers, students

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Photo: Representing the best Irving middle schools have to offer, eight students receive the Mirabeau B. Lamar Award from the Irving Masonic Lodge. / Photo by John Starkey The Irving Masonic Lodge #1218 recognized excellence

American College of Emergency Physicians breaks ground on new headquarters

American College of Emergency Physicians breaks ground on new headquarters

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Photo: Getting things started, executives with the American College of Emergency Physicians break ground on the organization’s new, 58,000 square foot headquarters being built in Irving. /Photo by John Starkey The American College of Emergency

Residents provide input on future museum of history

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Representatives from Toxey/McMillan Design Associates and the Museum Advisory Board met with Irving residents to receive their input as to what residents would like to see included in a museum of history. During the

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