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Irving Independence Day Parade Winners

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Due to the outpouring of requests from members of the community, the Rambler is publishing the recipients and their awards from the Irving Independence Day Parade. The listings were unintentionally omitted in the original pieces,

Italy featured in festival at Cozby library

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Coppell — The people at the William T. Cozby Public Library in Coppell know that there are people from many different countries and cultures who now live in Dallas and Denton County, and in

Frisco man is lone finalist for Coppell superintendent

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A man who has served in various administrative roles for the past 12 years for the Frisco Independent School District was named Wednesday night as the lone finalist for the position of superintendent for

Coppell council okays funds for memorial garden

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The Coppell City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved funds for the construction of a memorial garden in the Rolling Oaks Memorial Center Cemetery. The council approved a bid from Boyd Construction Services of $137,909 to

Students travel back in time at geology and fossils camp

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Students who attended the youth summer camp, studying geology and fossils, at the Coppell Biodiversity Center and Coppell Nature Park learned a lot about what the world was like millions of years ago. David Goodner,

Texas Wild loses four out of five last games

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With a promising beginning to the season, the Texas Wild tennis team offered fans nail-biting action often ending in close wins for the Wild, but the last five games of the season were a

Council shows gratitude for 30 years of service

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Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne made a very special proclamation at the regular city council meeting Thursday evening. “Ten years ago I never thought I’d be up here about to read this proclamation,” Van Duyne

Mustang museum moves; horses turning 30

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In top photo, Mary Higbie, guide for the Mustangs at Las Colinas Museum, stands beside the sculpture of nine wild Mustangs in the Williams Square Plaza. In bottom photo, she stands at the entrance

Laughter infects Irvingites at inaugural Laughs by the Lake

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The laughter of Irving residents and others from throughout the metroplex echoed off the near-by buildings on the bank of Lake Carolyn July 18. What was so funny? Well, the antics of Texas comedians Michelle

Belt Line and MacArthur intersection partly closed

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Coppell — The intersection of Belt Line Road and MacArthur Boulevard is partly closed during the second half of July while workmen replace the brick pavers at the intersection with stamped concrete pavements. East and