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Avengers second film has some nice punch

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Go see this movie. The end. Just kidding, although that would be a sufficient review of this second outing in the Avengers films. This is the type of movie that makes going to the

Pet talk: Fostering pets

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As an animal lover, you know just how hard it is to pass up that sweet puppy-dog face while walking through your local shelter or rescue group. If adoption isn’t possible for you at

Girls explore engineering careers through ExxonMobil event

Girls explore engineering careers through ExxonMobil event

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Photo: Trying to think linke an engineer, student Tiffany Perez works with her team to build a roller coaster for marbles. /Photo by LaDonna Campbell More than 50 middle-schoolers across the Metroplex participated in ExxonMobil’s

EARTHfest combines ladybug release and recycling events

EARTHfest combines ladybug release and recycling events

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Photo: During the ladybug release, Bella makes a new friend. /Photo by Courtney Ouellette The Valley Ranch Association held its inaugural EARTHfest featuring a recycle drive and ladybug release at Cimarron Park and Recreation Center

Wheelchair WCMX World Championship takes daring to new level

Wheelchair WCMX World Championship takes daring to new level

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Photo: Getting some serious air, Brazilian athlete Pedro Henrique Amorim launches himself from the earth during the WCMX World Championships. /Photo by John Starkey Nothing stops these daredevil competitors from following their extreme sport dreams,

Boy Scouts of America encourage youth to explore STEM as a future career

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The Boy Scouts of America announced a new program April 15 to engage children naturally curious about fizzing, bubbling, building, designing, and much more. The new pilot program, called STEM Scouts, will roll out

Your credit score: Updates you should know

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By Jason Alderman Credit scoring has evolved over the last three decades and this fall, FICO made one more important change. Borrowers who have struggled with medical debt and those with a limited credit history

Little Boy is an instant father/son classic

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Every now and then a movie comes along that captures the heart and imagination so much that the feeling stays with you long after the credits roll. Little Boy is one such film. It

Fallen Irving High alumnus honored 

Fallen Irving High alumnus honored 

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A Bronze Star ceremony honoring United States Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nazario Serrano, an Irving High graduate killed in active duty in January of 2005, was held April 16 at Irving High. USMC Lt.

TexasFest revisits the past

TexasFest revisits the past

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Photo: The music of Rotel and the Hot Tomatoes keeps TexasFest’s time capsule dancing through the decades. /Photo by John Starkey The Irving Healthcare Foundation (IHF) hosted its 36th annual TexasFest fundraising event on Saturday