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Jack E. Singley Academy hosts summer graduation

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Even though there were several practice entries and exits for the robe clad graduates, smiles abounded as family and friends filled the auditorium at Jack E. Singley Academy Tuesday evening for the summer commencement

Oldest living female veteran visits DFW International Airport

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People employed in and visiting the DFW International Airport took time July 25 to welcome 108-year-old Lucy Coffey, the United States’ oldest living female veteran, to the airport for a brief layover. Coffey was

UNT grad, Olympic bobsledder career endured twists, turns

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University of North Texas alumnus and NFL football player turned U.S. Olympic bobsledder, Johnny Quinn, spoke about the ups and downs of his career during an annual Transportation Breakfast Seminar presented by the University

Dallas selected for CAF national airbase location

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  The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) announced April 29 its selection of Dallas Executive Airport as the location for their CAF National Airbase and corporate Headquarters. “After an intensive one-year nationwide search, which began with 23

Applications Now Being Accepted for Annual Kidd’s Kids Trip to Walt Disney World®

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  DALLAS (May 5, 2014) – The vacation of a lifetime awaits dozens of families of terminally/chronically ill and physically challenged children when the 23rd annual Kidd’s Kids trip heads to Walt Disney World this

Top chefs battle, help raise support for neurofibromatosis

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A standing-room-only crowd filled the Frontiers of Flight Museum, as 16 of the area’s most prominent chefs presented samples of their craft during Dining Out in Dallas 2014 Battle of the Chefs. Fine wines,

Parents sue hospital after son bleeds to death

Parents sue hospital after son bleeds to death

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Miller Weisbrod, LLP, a nationally known Texas law firm that specializes in medical malpractice and catastrophic injury litigation, filed a lawsuit on Mon., Feb. 24 in the Dallas County Court on behalf of a

Exxon challenges girls to think engineers

Exxon challenges girls to think engineers

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Given 20 file folders and a roll of duct tape per group, more than 50 middle school girls from Dallas, Irving, Lancaster and Richardson ISDs were challenged to work collaboratively and quickly to meet

DBU Receives $250,000 from Hoblitzelle Foundation

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Dallas Baptist University received a $250,000 gift from the Hoblitzelle Foundation to be used for the construction of Nation Hall, a new building which will serve as the home for the Gary Cook School

A tale of two tails

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The ballots are cast and the votes have been counted. American Airlines employees choose to continue flying with the newly designed flag tail. Of the roughly, 100,000 employees eligible to vote, an impressive 60,418