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All-girls public school opens

All-girls public school opens

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Photo: Students, leaders, school board and elected officials cut the ribbon to open Ysleta ISD’s Young Women’s Leadership Academy, the eighth school in the Young Women’s Preparatory Network./ PRNewsFoto/Young Women’s Preparatory Network) DALLAS — Young

Six ways to save on your next car

Six ways to save on your next car

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By Nathaniel Sillin Looking for an eco-friendly subcompact or the thrills that come with a sports car? Perhaps the practicality of a sedan or a spacious SUV better fits your needs? No matter what type

States with the biggest bullying problems revealed

States with the biggest bullying problems revealed

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In the next 7 minutes, a child in the U.S. will be bullied. It may be the son or daughter of someone you know or, worse, it may be your own. Meanwhile, only four

Family ER + Urgent Care acquires Texas Emergency Care Centers, ER Centers of America

Family ER + Urgent Care acquires Texas Emergency Care Centers, ER Centers of America

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Family ER + Urgent Care recently announced that it has completed its acquisition, in two separate transactions, of Texas Emergency Care Centers (TECC) and ER Centers of America (ERCA). Dedicated to providing high quality, fairly

DART vehicles help victimized youth get to a ‘Safe Place’

DART vehicles help victimized youth get to a ‘Safe Place’

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North Texas youth in crisis have a new fleet of safe places, thanks to DART’s participation in the national “Safe Place” program. Safe Place is a national youth outreach and prevention program for young

DCCCD names 2016 Muse Scholars

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Ten students from the Dallas County Community College District – all highly-motivated team workers who want to make the world a better place – have been awarded academic scholarships because they are tops in

Back-to-school provides chance to talk with children about alcohol

Back-to-school provides chance to talk with children about alcohol

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Austin,Texas — As children prepare to go back to school, now is the perfect time for parents to talk with them about some of the tough issues they may encounter including alcohol use and

Medicaid will pay for mosquito repellent to fight Zika

Medicaid will pay for mosquito repellent to fight Zika

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AUSTIN – Texas Medicaid will cover the cost of mosquito repellent for women who are between the ages of 10 and 45 or pregnant, HHS Executive Commissioner Charles Smith recently announced. The decision is in

TSLAC awards $2.1 million in Texas library grants

TSLAC awards $2.1 million in Texas library grants

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Science, technology, engineering, art and math take center stage alongside reading, writing, robots and more in the list of grant proposals recently approved by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Agency commissioners gave

Area Boy Scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout

Area Boy Scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout

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Congressman Kenny Marchant hosted the 11th annual Eagle Scout Ceremony at the National Boy Scouts of America (BSA) headquarters in Irving on Thursday, Aug 4. The event gathered 48 Boy Scouts from the 24th