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Local prodigy represents country at Ryder Cup

Local prodigy represents country at Ryder Cup

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The European Junior Golf Team fell short for the fourth straight year to Team USA at the 2014 Junior Ryder Cup at Blairgowrie Golf Club in Scotland on Sep. 22-23. Austin Connelly, an 18-year old

Manhattan’s Low Income Families Aren’t Benefiting Post-Recession, According to Census

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People from all around the world travel to New York City to get their shot at the big time, but those success stories are going to become few and far between as the wealth

Contents of 1950 NYC Time Capsule Disappoint

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A 64-year-old time capsule was excavated Tuesday morning from beneath the old Board of Transportation building in New York City. The relic was buried in 1950 by then Mayor William O’Dwyer and other city

What a Texas Defamation Case, the First Amendment, and “The Big Lebowski” Have in Common

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All seemed normal enough when Robert Kinney, an Austin legal recruiter, left BCG Attorney Search, Inc., to start a competing company. However, as is common in our media-obsessed age, things became complicated when Andrew

Cadillac Luxury Brand Moves to New York City, Analysts Doubtful Move Will Help Sales

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The Cadillac luxury brand is evolving. Not only is it moving its headquarters to New York city next year in an attempt to get closer to the company’s target demographic, but it’s also becoming

outdoor life

State Parks Across the Country Celebrate the Coming of Autumn, Beginning of Another Camping Season

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The summer is nearing its close as the Autumnal Equinox on September 23 draws ever closer. For many, the chilling of the summer winds means the end of their favorite outdoor activities — no

Investigations Begin for Texas Auto Lender That Provided False Reports

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A car is one of the most expensive purchases you will make in your lifetime. In 2010, the average price for a new car was $26,850, and the average price for a used car

Gamers from across country compete in Irving

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Faces of intense concentration were trained on dozens of old TVs and a couple of newer flat screens as game play heated up at the Marriott of Las Colinas on August 16. The games: Super

Lions make 100 percent contribution to World Services for the Blind

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During their regular meeting, the Lions Club of Irving was treated to a special presentation on the World Services for the Blind (WSB) by former Lions District Governor, Kathy Fletcher at Los Lupes Mexican

Coppell City Council, fire department honors firefighters

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A very special presentation was made to five Coppell firefighter paramedics during the Coppell City Council regular meeting on Tuesday, August 26. After the Pledge of Allegiance, the council floor was handed over to Coppell