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Texas Courts Weigh in on Damages for Nuisance Claims

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On April 22, Dallas County Court-at-Law No. 5′s verdict in the Parr vs. Aruba Petroleum, Inc. case brought up an important question: how much, if at all, should plaintiffs in nuisance claims be awarded?Up until then,

Faith Groups Bring GDS to 30 Homeowners

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“Great Days of Service”(GDS), in its 13th year of home repair for those unable to do it themselves, was highlighted by many accomplishments. There was a diversity of faiths among those cooperating to

Farris receives GIRC 2014 Scholarship Award

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Sydney Farris received the 2014 Greater Irving Republican Club (GIRC) Scholarship Award in June. The GIRC awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Farris who was a 2014 graduate of Irving High School. The check was presented by

U.S. News & World Report: Baylor Irving among the best

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Washington, D.C. — Baylor Medical Center at Irving has been ranked as one of the best hospitals for 2014-15 in gastroenterology/GI surgery, pulmonary, neurology/neurosurgery, and diabetes/endocrinology by U.S. News & World Report. The

Win, Loss, Win at home sparks fire in Texas Wild

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The Texas Wild tennis team put on a nail-biting performance July 11 as they barely scraped by with a 22-21 win against the Philadelphia Freedoms. The evening started out rough for the Wild with a

New CRDC members to be named in December

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Beginning next year, members of the Coppell Recreation Development Corporation (CRDC) will no longer be made up of only members of the Coppell Park Board. Sharon Logan, community information officer for the city of

Texas Nonprofit Health Care Systems Partner With Retailers to Expand Walk-In Clinics

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North Texas’ two biggest not-for-profit health care systems have recently announced partnerships with major health retailers to establish walk-in clinics that are open seven days a week. According to a July 16 Dallas News article,

Lee will be first net zero elementary school in Texas

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In 2012, the Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in Irving made history by becoming the largest net zero school in the nation. In 2014, when the Coppell ISD’s Richard J. Lee Elementary School opens its

Privileged college students watching the world in chaos lay foundation for American air power

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Marc Wortman entertained guests during the 2014 George W. Jalonick III and Dorothy Cockrell Jalonick Memorial Distinguished Lecture Series hosted at the University of Texas at Dallas’ McDermott Library on July 12. he author

Six-year old gets wish, receives honorary master’s degree

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Cindy Gomez, a six-year-old who has a life-threatening disease, was awarded an honorary Master of Arts Elements degree in a ceremony with much pomp and pageantry on July 11 at the Make-A-Wish Foundation North