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Samantha was the Epitome of Love

Samantha Sacks, the beautiful, boisterous 16-year-old with a heart as big as Texas, was the epitome of love. Everything she did was based on love. “Sam” loved life. Just one look on her social media affirms that Sam emulated love. 

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Audiences are “Eating Up” Linda Daugherty’s Masterful EAT

  EAT illuminates the struggle of those who suffer and of those who love them.”   – Stephanie Setliff, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Center for Pediatric Eating Disorders at UT Southwestern Medical School by Tricia White | Managing

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Operation Kindness Teams Up for Supurrrrbowl Sunday

Operation Kindness Teams Up with North Shore Animal League Kick Off Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl with Cat Care Starter Kit Operation Kindness – the original and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas – is teaming up with North Shore Animal League

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Award Winning Actor Alan Cumming will Entertain Guests at An Evening of Hope Gala

  Hope’s Door New Beginning Center is excited to have Broadway and television star Alan Cumming sing at the 30th Anniversary Gala, Saturday, February 25, 2017. Honorary Chairman, Chef Kenny Bowers founder of Kenny’s Restaurants, Gala Chair, Kim Woodard, and

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DART Helps You Discover More

Not owning a vehicle or choosing not to drive is an option when you live North Texas, thanks to DART. Trains and buses make it possible for you to get to the places that matter most to you – like

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Red Ribbon Week

  Some Startling Stats to Be Aware Of Submitted by a High School Teacher who has taken the additional task of organizing Red Ribbon Week because of her dedication to the students. As a teacher I hear a lot of

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Raising Awareness About Sex Trafficking in the U.S.

Richland College art professors Jen Rose and Marian Lefeld are raising awareness about the epidemic of sex trafficking in the U.S. with “In You We Trust,” an art exhibit that gives a tangible representation of children sold on the streets

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2016 SWJC Awards Recipients

Join us on Wednesday, October 26, for the Southwest Jewish Conference’s 2016 Awards. Emceed by Sylvia Komatsu, KERA, and John McCaa, WFAA News Anchor, this event will recognize the men and women who are spirited in the pursuit of positive

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The K2 Epidemic: What Does it Mean For Your Child?

Maybe you’ve heard it in the news recently, but there’s been a rash of drug overdoses and emergency responses due to the use of K2, or synthetic marijuana. But calling this drug “synthetic marijuana” is deceiving as it has little in common

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