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Authors ‘unmask’ strong female characters at Irving Library

Authors ‘unmask’ strong female characters at Irving Library

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Photo: Mary Pearson and Becky Wallace take time after the South Irving Library’s YA panel to chat with fans and sign their favorite books. /Photo by Courtney Ouellette  In keeping with the summer’s superhero themes,

Aviation should become daring, imaginative once again

Aviation should become daring, imaginative once again

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Photo: Austin Probe, Jeremy Davis and Clark Moody demonstrate new aerospace technology from Vectornav. /Photo by John Starkey Tom Enders the Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Group opened the AIAA Aviation 2015 conference on with

Do Texting-While-Driving Bans Actually Increase Distraction Crashes?

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The state of Texas is known for going its own way, but many residents are wondering if there’s one area of Texas law that should follow the rest of the country’s lead. Texas is

Kickstart students earn black belts

Kickstart students earn black belts

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Photo: Sally Omar of Cardwell Career Preparatory Center (left) and Tina Su of Singley Academy (right) earned black belts through the district’s Kickstart program. /Courtesy Photo Two high school students in the Kickstart program recently

Reader’s Choice 2015

Reader’s Choice 2015

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YOU ARE THE JUDGE. Every year we ask our readers and the community to vote for their favorite businesses. Let your favorite Irving and Coppell businesses know you appreciate their services by voting for them today. Only complete the categories that are relevant to you. All personal information will be kept private and only used

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center celebrates renovations

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center celebrates renovations

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Photo: Under a beautiful Texas sky, members of the Baylor Scott and White Medical Center and Irving communities watch as Don Arnwine and Cindy Schamp cut the red ribbon recognizing the completion of the

Faith of Our Fathers honors veterans in Dallas

Faith of Our Fathers honors veterans in Dallas

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Photo: Before the showing, military veteran Micah Young and his wife Carol walk the red carpet. /Photo by Courtney Ouellette Veterans and their families were celebrated as they strolled down the red carpet during the

Cyber-attacks affect businesses large and small

Cyber-attacks affect businesses large and small

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There were no hallelujahs from the audience, but the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently asked ‘cybersecurity evangelists,’ to help battle against ongoing data breaches happening across the nation. In doing so, Greg Touhill,

HP to Power Its Texas Data Centers With Wind Energy

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For years, clean energy proponents could look to only a small handful of corporations as potential customers or partners. Apart from Google and a few other high-tech companies, there were very few entities that

If You Build It, They Will Play: Dallas Students Design Playground Of Dreams

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The 800 K-8 students who attend the Dallas charter school La Academia de Estrellas (LAE) were extremely underserved in a vital aspect of their childhood, something all children deserve access to, and something all