Author Jess Paniszczyn

Chamber partners with Irving ISD to welcome new teachers, administrators

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The Irving business community and its leaders are partnering with the Irving Independent School District for the 60th consecutive year to host and welcome 550 new teachers and administrators to the growing district. The

Series of crashes damages fire truck and police car, injures firefighters, leaves one dead

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Nothing hinted that the early morning call that came around 3:16 a.m. on Sunday, July 26 might be anything more than routine for the first responders who arrived on the scene. Police officers and fire

Aviation should become daring, imaginative once again

Aviation should become daring, imaginative once again

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Photo: Austin Probe, Jeremy Davis and Clark Moody demonstrate new aerospace technology from Vectornav. /Photo by John Starkey Tom Enders the Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Group opened the AIAA Aviation 2015 conference on with

Cricket tournament brings family together

Cricket tournament brings family together

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Photo:  Players from Wichita, Kansas (black and red) and Corpus Christi (orange) gathered in Irving to compete in the Bhakta Cricket Tournament. /Photo by John Starkey The PanAm Cricket Team hosted the Bhakta Cricket Tournament

Development poised to begin along Delaware Creek

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The city of Irving hosted a public input meeting for the Phase I of the Delaware Creek Single Family Housing Development project in the Community Building on July 8. Phase I of the project

Mother arrested in child drowning case

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Irving Police officers arrested Patricia Denise Allen, 30 years old, in connection with the drowning deaths of three of her children on Friday, July 10. Earlier this summer on Wednesday, June 24, Irving Police and

Spelling champs advance to national competition

Spelling champs advance to national competition

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Photo: Local spelling whizzes Christopher Cruz (second runner-up), Smrithi Upadhyayula (regional champion) and Rahul Karthi (first runner-up) celebrate their success with the MetLife South Asian Spelling Bee founder Rahul Walia. /Courtesy Photo Champion spellers minded

A little caution goes a long way while swimming

A little caution goes a long way while swimming

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Photo: Facilities like Cimarron Family Aquatic Center provide clean and monitored  ways to beat the summer heat. /Photo by John Starkey Swimming is a great way to stay cool while having fun with friends and

Three children drown playing in pool

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A family outing claimed the lives of three children. On Wednesday afternoon, June 24, a mother took her children ages three, six, nine, 10 and 11 years old for a swim as guests at

Summer swim claims girl’s life

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A little summer fun ended in tragedy for an Irving family Wednesday afternoon, June 24. A mother took her five children ages three, six, nine, 10 and 11 years old for a swim as