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Receive 10 free trees for planting in Texas

Receive 10 free trees for planting in Texas

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Everyone from Texas who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in September will receive 10 free trees as part of the Foundation’s Trees for America program. Through Trees for America, everyone is encouraged to plant trees,

College Credit for Heroes continues expansion with five new grants

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AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) recently announced the award of $800,000 to support five new accelerated certificate or degree programs through its College Credit for Heroes program, a statewide effort designed to

Sisterly bond forms basis of light hearted comedy

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Synopsis: A lonely college freshman’s life is turned upside down by her impetuous, adventurous soon-to-be stepsister. Review: I have been a fan of Greta Gerwig since I first saw her in Frances Ha. Not sure why it took

Coleman tests inaugural Family Adventure Fest at Irving Convention Center

Coleman tests inaugural Family Adventure Fest at Irving Convention Center

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Photo: Hoping to expose people to the joys of outdoor adventure activities, from building rockets to paddle boarding and BMX biking, Coleman’s pilot run of the Family Adventure Fest took place at the Irving

Law enforcement cracks down on drunk drivers during Labor Day holiday

Law enforcement cracks down on drunk drivers during Labor Day holiday

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AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Transportation reminds drivers that law enforcement officers across the state are out in full force looking for drunk drivers in the weeks leading up to Labor Day, Sept.

Why Are So Many of Texas’ Oilfield Workers Dying On the Job?

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The recent U.S. oil boom has undoubtedly benefited Texas’ economy throughout the last few months, adding thousands of jobs and pouring countless dollars into the state. Additionally, the explosion of shale oil drilling has

WWIII survivors tread through humanity’s oldest territory

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Synopsis: In the wake of a disaster that wipes out most of civilization, two men and a young woman find themselves in an emotionally charged love triangle as the last known survivors. Review: There is a

Irving launches police appreciation initiative

Irving launches police appreciation initiative

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Photo: During Mayor Beth Van Duyne’s announcement of HIGH FIVE Irving 5-0, kids associated with the police department’s youth programs came out to support some of their favorite officers. /Photo by Fredy Gonzalez In the

Rev. Peter McNabb returns to Irving

Rev. Peter McNabb returns to Irving

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They say the mission field begins at home. For the Rev. Peter McNabb, that’s definitely the case. Having served the last four years at churches in Oak Cliff and DeSoto, the longtime Irving resident

Congressman Marchant Honors Eagle Scouts from the 24th District

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U.S. Congressman Kenny Marchant (TX-24) recently hosted the 11th annual Eagle Scout Ceremony at the National Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving. The event gathered 51 Boy Scouts from the 24th Congressional District