Author Jess Paniszczyn

Asian culture blossoms across Lake Carolyn

Asian culture blossoms across Lake Carolyn

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Photo: Rowing with determination, members of the Irving Fire Department team propel themselves across Lake Carolyn with amazing speed. / Photo by John Starkey Beautifully painted dragon boats glided across the surface of Lake Carolyn

Meagher wins city council seat by fraction of a percentage

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The city of Irving updated its May 7 election results on May 13 at 5 p.m. to include a single provisional vote cast in the race for City Council Place 2. The vote was

Election Day is over, but Place 2 still undecided

Election Day is over, but Place 2 still undecided

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On Election Day, May 7, citizens visited the polls to participate in the political process through voting. Either through the early voting process or on the official day, 4,734 Irvingites voted on at least one

Paper carriers and hat check boys to fade into obscurity

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All great things must change and sadly that includes the Rambler Newspaper’s famous carrier home delivery. ‘Say it’s not so, Joe!’ (or John as the case may be.) Yes! The time has come to send our

Hamburgers brighten New Year for less fortunate

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The aroma of hamburgers cooking on the grill filled the parking lot of the city’s Human Services Building, 440 South Nursery Road, as the sun shined on the final day of the old year.

DFW NewsFlash photographer flies with Golden Knights

DFW NewsFlash photographer flies with Golden Knights

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Photo: A member of the United States Army’s Golden Knights steps into thin air. /Photo by John Starkey The DFW NewsFlash’s accomplished and slightly aviophobic (afraid of flying) photographer, John Starkey, recently received an invitation

Ahmed Mohamed’s family decides to move to Qatar

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Ahmed Mohamed, a freshman at MacArthur High School, was handcuffed and taken into custody by the Irving Police Department after his teacher confiscated his homemade clock on Sept. 14. The nearly instantaneous reactions to Ahmed’s

Irving Police Association plays a round for kids

Irving Police Association plays a round for kids

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Photo: Chris Bailey, Tom Johnsrud, Tanner Rodriguez, and Brett celebrate their first place finish while helping to raise funds for Make-A-Wish Foundation. /Photo by John Starkey The Irving Police Association could not have chosen a

Officers join in National Night Out

Officers join in National Night Out

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Photo: Enjoying an evening with friends, some young super sleuths and future firemen become acquainted with Chief Boyd and McGruff the Crime Dog. /Photo by John Starkey Neighbors gathered together throughout Irving to celebrate National

Conference built upon leaving faith behind

Conference built upon leaving faith behind

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Photo: In a world filled with believers, Neil Carter reaches out to help those who have lost their faith. Relationships with families and communities can be stressed or even destroyed when someone chooses to