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Stop the raid on Texas schoolbook funds

Stop the raid on Texas schoolbook funds

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By Colby Nichols More than 150 years ago, Texans set aside a fund to provide free textbooks to children in the state’s public schools, and ever since leaders have worked to keep faith with that

Letter to the Editor

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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles   The City of Irving was born at the corner of what is now Main Street and the Trinity Rail Express. Two railroad surveyors were sent by the Rock Island Railroad to

Editorial

Editorial

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Do you remember words like ‘yes sir’ and ‘no ma’am’? Do you remember concepts like don’t read or play with your phone at the dinner table? Remember the idea of holding a door open

Editorial

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Once when I was a child, a visitor to my great-aunt’s house bent down, looked me in the eyes, and said, “You don’t remember the world before Pearl Harbor do you?” As I stared at

Letter to the Editor

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I am writing to express my concern for an article published in your April 30, 2016 edition of the Rambler Newspaper entitled, ‘Best of Irving’ snubs most Irving businesses written by Sarah Bays. As

2016 City Elections: Letters to the editor

2016 City Elections: Letters to the editor

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Irving Code enforcement was on the mind of many at the SIPOA forum on March 15.  One council candidate’s response to a citizen having a problem was very forthright by recommending he contact his district’s

School choice matters for Texas’ families

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By Andrew R. Campanella When it comes to K-12 education, America’s parents want more choices. In fact, almost two thirds of parents – 64 percent – say they wish they had more options for their children’s

Letter to the Editor

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To the Editor: My wife and I were sitting in our living room last night around 9:30 with the TV on Fox News. We both had our laptops open and working, a scene that plays

Editorial

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Dear Readers: On Saturday, roughly a dozen people claiming to be Christians stood outside the Irving Islamic Center with flags, signs of unkind tidings and firearms, exercising their freedom of speech and assembly. Now one

Editorial

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Everyday people went out Friday the 13th looking for a little variety and fun throughout Paris: some opted for pizza, some Cambodian food, others headed for a bar, sports fans spent their hard earned