Colin Powell, who served as the country’s first Black U.S. secretary of state as well as a national security advisor and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, died Monday at 84 from complications from COVID-19.
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Former couch-surfing homeless teen charts path as SMU Law StudentRead more
Last week, Gov. Greg Abbott issued another executive order cracking down on COVID-19 vaccine mandates, banning any entity in Texas, including private businesses, from requiring vaccinations for employees or customers.
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Sojourns with sassy sorts are like a facelift for my emotions. Post recovery, it’s still me, but better – happier. After a pause for the pandemic, my all-star friends resumed our galavants with 72 hours of middle age crazy in Steamboat Springs. It was our version of The Hangover, but rated PG13 rather than R.Read more
On 9/11, 38 international flights descended in Gander, Newfoundland, and the 7,000 passengers aboard those flights immediately doubled the population of the small town.
One flight was headed to Dallas/Fort Worth, from Paris.
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Dallas ISD is looking for dads — and father figures — to take advantage of opportunities to be mentors and leaders on local campuses with a Dads Draft Day Oct. 23.
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The town of Highland Park celebrated the re-opening of Douglas and Fairfax Parks Saturday.
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How did local teams fair this week? Check out our high school football scoreboard.Read more
The Scots parlayed a fast start into their first blowout victory of the season, rolling past McKinney North 59-24 on Friday. (Read time: 3.9 minutes)Read more
After a string of seesaw tussles and close calls, Highland Park could breathe a little easier on Friday, rolling past McKinney North 59-24.Read more
A $6 million from Kim and Bill Shaddock will establish Shaddock Hall as part of SMU’s renovation of the Cox School of Business.
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