Articles by Tricia Sims

Fort Worth, Dallas Mayors Discuss Regional Issues

Irving — The North Texas Commission hosted their 48th annual Members’ Luncheon with two keynote speakers, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Dallas Mayor Eric…...

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Joe’s Coffee Shop Celebrates 50 Years

Irving — Joe’s Coffee Shop is having a great time this year, partying like it’s 1969! The local business has been celebrating 50 years of…...

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Irving ISD Coaches Speak About High School Football

Irving — High school football season has officially begun. Irving’s Chapter of AMBUCS invited head coaches from Irving, Nimitz, and MacArthur High School to speak…...

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DART community meeting discusses Silver Line details

Coppell—Curious community members filled The Sound at Cypress Waters a few weeks ago as Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) held a community outreach meeting about…...

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LSG Sky Chefs Workers Protest at American Airlines Headquarters

Fort Worth — LSG Sky Chefs union members protested outside the Fort Worth headquarters of American Airlines on Tuesday morning, Aug. 13 for higher wages…...

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Irving Convocation Brings News of District’s Improvement

Irving — Cheers and chants filled the Toyota Music Factory on Thursday morning, August 15 as Irving Independent School District (ISD) celebrated the start of…...

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Irving Officer Retires, Moves on to New Post

Irving Police officer Pope is retiring after 38 years of police work, 26 of those years in Irving. She is a part of a law…...

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Irving Archives and Museum Explores Past With View to Future

The Irving Archives and Museum is scheduled to open near the end of the year. The Friends of the Museum held a behind-the-scenes tour on…...

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Local Kids Exercise Entrepreneurial Spirit

Irving — Everett Sears (13) Blaise Sears (11) and Enoch Sears (9) are entrepreneurs. The three brothers started an origami business selling their creations to…...

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Coppell Celebrates with Fourth of July Parade [PHOTOS]

Coppell – Red, white and blue filled the streets during Coppell’s Independence Day parade. The colorful parade started at Samuel Blvd. and Sandy Lake Rd…...

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