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Letter to the Editor

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From the Blue Family We’ve lost five heroes. These heroes represent the good in the world. These heroes represent unity, honor and a perpetual love for others. Other departments across the country have also experienced

After 25 years with Irving ISD, Layne takes position with Dallas ISD

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Dallas ISD knew they found a golden prospect with Scott Layne when they offered him the position as Chief Operations Officer after a 25-year run as Irving ISD’s Assistant Superintendent for School Support Services.

El Centro College, DCCCD grieve the loss of lives caused by deadly Dallas shooting

El Centro College, DCCCD grieve the loss of lives caused by deadly Dallas shooting

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El Centro College and the entire Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) community are deeply saddened by the tragic events that occurred in downtown Dallas on Thurs., July 7. The main campus of El

DCCCD students cultivate a world view through seminar in Salzburg

DCCCD students cultivate a world view through seminar in Salzburg

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Eleven student leaders from the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) are now students of the world. The DCCCD group got a chance to expand their international knowledge with a trip to Salzburg, Austria; during

Live music soothes the traveling soul at Dallas Love Field

Live music soothes the traveling soul at Dallas Love Field

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Photo courtesy of Dallas Love Field Art Program In a busy airport concourse, music normally drifts down from ceiling speakers and is lost in the noise of a busy public place. The Love Field Art

Opportunities add up in the world of accounting

Opportunities add up in the world of accounting

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Army veteran and North Lake College graduate Wesley Wilson experienced a life-changing moment on a battlefield in Afghanistan in September 2011. His convoy had just been ambushed; fortunately, he escaped injury. Once back on

Student leaders serve as role models, LeCroy Scholars

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Twenty-five years ago, Dallas businessman Mike Myers established the LeCroy Scholarship for high-achieving students enrolled in the Dallas County Community College District. These students personify the leadership, community involvement and spirit of Myers’ late

Frontiers of Flight Museum’s gala honors those with passion for flight

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Aviation is a passion and a lifestyle for those who love to fly. “There is a famous saying in aviation,” Sean Donohue, chief executive officer of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, said. “To most people

High school students put computer coding skills to test

High school students put computer coding skills to test

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Photo: Putting their skills to the test, area students gather for Lockheed Martin’s annual Code Quest competition. /Photo by Dimitrius Bradford Lockheed Martin Aeronautics hosted its fourth annual computer coding competition “Code Quest” in Fort

AIA Dallas recognizes campus church for enduring architectural design

AIA Dallas recognizes campus church for enduring architectural design

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Photo: The American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter awarded the University of Dallas Church of the Incarnation the 2014 AIA Dallas Twenty-five Year Award. /Courtesy Photo The American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter (AIA Dallas)