Community News

When it comes to stroke, you must be fast

  Symptoms can come on all at once.  Suddenly your words are slurred and your vision is blurry.  Chances are good that you are having a stroke. by Alicia Wanek May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and since every year

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RICHLAND COLLEGE PRESIDENT RECEIVES SHIRLEY B. GORDON AWARD FROM PHI THETA KAPPA HONOR SOCIETY

Richland College president Kathryn K. Eggleston, Ph.D., was one of nineteen presidents/campus CEOs awarded the Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction at Phi Theta Kappa’s annual convention in Nashville, Tenn., Apr. 6-8.   College presidents and campus CEOs are selected

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NEW FRIENDS NEW LIFE ANNOUNCES THE 2017 ProtectHer HONOREES FOR 14th ANNUAL LUNCHEON

Four recipients – international, national, state and local – to be honored at May 10 Luncheon, featuring Joe Ehrmann New Friends New Life (NFNL), a nonprofit that restores and empowers formerly trafficked teen girls and sexually exploited women and children, has

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DART Hosts Annual Health Fair for Older Americans May 11

Valuable health information, free screenings and entertainment are just a few of the reasons to attend the Older Americans Information and Health Fair May 11, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Centennial Hall in Fair Park. Take DART’s Green Line to Fair Park

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Focus on the Sunshine to Overcome the Clouds

Rainbow Days Helps At-Risk Kids Cope with Adversity Pictured above is Cathey Brown with children at a recent Back-to-School event by Lisa A. Beach “The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it,” said French playwright Molière. If this

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Legacy West Announces Grand Opening Celebration and New Tenants

Legacy West, the largest new mixed-use destination in North Texas, announced that its grand opening celebration will take place June 2-4, 2017. A ribbon cutting ceremony with state and local officials as well as community business leaders and other VIPs

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Coaching Sports Teams Means Coaching Character

  Pictured above is former Dallas Cowboy Doug Donley with wife Dina and sons, Jake and Drew. by Alicia Wanek “From the first moment I can remember, I constantly had a ball in my hand,” recalls Doug Donley.  “I even

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New Headquarters for North Texas Performing Arts

The Willow Bend Center for the Arts home of North Texas Performing Arts and Plano Children’s Theatre Groundbreaking Ceremony took place on March 15th.  This Summer Plano Children’s Theatre, the flagship of the North Texas Performing Arts family of theatres,

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UT elects first Latina, physically disabled student president

From Statesman.com Fourth-year government and Mexican-American studies major Alejandrina Guzman made University of Texas history Thursday when she was elected to be the Austin campus’ first Latina, physically disabled student body president. A campus-wide run-off election concluded with Guzman and

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