Students encouraged to be poll workers

Students encouraged to be poll workers

ELECTIONS 2020 From Staff Reports In conjunction with the Secretary of State, the Dallas County Elections Department encourages eligible students to participate in the political processes and benefit their community by serving as election clerks in Dallas County elections. The Dallas County Elections Department has long welcomed student election workers and provides students with a […]

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Neighbor captures hope in a snap White Rock Lake Weekly reader John Spaulding took this beautiful photograph on May 28. It’s of a partial rainbow moving up from the ground back to the clouds, which he said and his wife had never seen before. The couple were at Boy Scout Hill looking east. Congratulations, John! […]

Cowboys get new leadership

Cowboys get new leadership

By David Mullen In a presidential election year, the winner of the NFC in 2020 season is open for debate. While it looks like a landslide victory in the AFC for the Kansas City Chiefs, the NFC could swing in a number of states. The only certainty in the NFC East is that Washington will […]

Texas judge rules: Every vote counts!

Texas judge rules: Every vote counts!

By Kayla Vix U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia ruled this week that Texas must notify voters if their ballot has been marked for rejection due to a signature match issue and give them an opportunity to confirm their identity and save their ballot from rejection. The case, Richardson v. Texas Secretary of State, was brought […]

Perot’s procedures in place for reopening

Perot’s procedures in place for reopening

By Taylor McDonnell With the safety of guests, staff and volunteers a top priority, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science will reopen its doors Saturday (Sept. 12) and Sunday (Sept. 13) with new public-health protocols, ticketing procedures, reduced hours and occupancy at no more than 25 percent. Commencing the next weekend (Sept. 18), the […]

Art House live streaming on 9/12

Art House live streaming on 9/12

By Marissa Delcambre In times of great uncertainty, our truest values rise to the top. Since the coronavirus pandemic stretched into our community, I’ve been reminded of two such values: togetherness and hope. As the Executive Director of Art House Dallas, these two tenets have been on my mind as we navigate the shifting path […]

Teams take run at AFC title

Teams take run at AFC title

By David Mullen The AFC (even as the AFL before the merger with the NFL) has always been known as a home for quarterbacks with big arms. Think of Hall of Famers Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Fouts, John Elway, Dan Marino, Jim Kelly and Warren Moon and soon to be Hall of Famers Payton […]

Our ‘Community Quarterback’ needs help!

Our ‘Community Quarterback’ needs help!

From Frazier Kids Staff Reports This year has presented all of us with unexpected challenges. Those most affected, though, are families who struggled long before COVID-19 struck. For families living in the Frazier neighborhood in the Fair Park area near downtown, where more than half of residents live below the poverty line, the pandemic-related financial […]

Economic Summit presents ‘Onward Dallas’

Economic Summit presents ‘Onward Dallas’

By Deborah Brown The Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce (GEDCC) will host its 16th  Annual Economic Summit – a virtual experience- on Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 from 7:30 am to 10:30 am. CC Young is this year’s Presenting Sponsor. The Chamber, comprised of East Dallas community leaders and advocates, is thrilled to announce that […]