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Dear Editor: Doctor Burkett is our veterinarian from the Buena Vista Clinic of Irving. When we moved to Texas and bought our first house, we promise Adriana, our daughter, a dog. We got Patches from the

Open letter to the editor

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An open letter to anyone wanting to move into South Irving – Normally land is cheaper in south Irving, and your real estate agent knows how to guide you. As he or she drives you

Letter to the Editor

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Editor: My heroes do not wear a sports jersey with their name and number on it. My heroes wear bunker gear with an SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) pack on their back and a mask over

Let’s know history before sanitizing it

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Push to remove Confederate statues across South ignores key facts about past By JERRY PATTERSON “In this enlightened age, there are few I believe, but what will acknowledge, that slavery as an institution is a moral

Letter to the Editor

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Editor: This morning for the first time I visited the so called South Irving Library. What a disappointment, we had a very well stocked genealogy department where I had researched for over 20 Years and

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

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Photo: Maria da Gloria Seppy reflects on becoming a U.S. citizen and on her recent acceptance to the Irving Park Board, and gives thanks for her support. /Courtesy Photo Editor: All my accomplishments in the City of

Letter to the Editor

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TO: The Rambler RE: Mike Gregory Epistle Regarding Mike Gregory’s revisionist fable, it would be best if her had actually depended on factual items before submitting his drivel: 1) He has never gotten over that the

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Editor: Mike Howard, aka Mark Holbrook, IISD Superintendent Jack Singley, and I were friends once. It was during my years on the IISD Board of Trustees in the mid ‘90s. We were fellow Rotarians and

Picture still far from rosy for small businesses

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If you’ve been following the business headlines as of late, you may have noticed some prognostications that 2014 will be the year the U.S. economy hits, and surpasses, its pre-recession peak. That’s certainly encouraging to read.

Comments on Congress

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Of all the numbers thrown at us over the course of last year, one stands out for me. I hope we can avoid repeating it this year. That number is 12. It’s the percentage of Americans in a December Quinnipiac poll