Neighbor’s lasting memories keep growing

By Jeanne Guerra She’s popping up again all over. A little earlier this spring because of our unusually warm weather. I see her in my backyard, under the neighbors’ trees, along the creeks I pass on my way out of Lochwood. She was blazing white at first, and now she is clad in delicate peach, […]

Exhibit shows future of space missions

By Taylor McDonnell In T-minus 12 days, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s enthralling Journey to Space exhibition will leave the mothership when it closes May 6. Exploring all the cosmic curiosities and quirks of what it means to be an astronaut, Journey to Space delves into the extraordinary conditions, dangers and rewards of […]

Rattlers look to win over Dallas

There is a new professional sports team hoping to shake up Dallas and take a bite out of the local sports scene. The Dallas Rattlers of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) began their season on April 21 with a 15-7 win versus the Chesapeake Bayhawks. The nine-team league includes franchises in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte and New […]

Vol. 9, No. 45

April 17 – 11:55 p.m. 3700 Block, Dilido Rd. (75228) Aggravated Robbery of an Individual: The suspects pulled the complainant out of his vehicle and stole it. April 18 – 5:55 a.m. 10700 Block, Mapleridge Dr. (75238) Burglary of a Business: An unknown suspect used a rock to smash the glass window to the business, […]

A CERTified victim

By Nancy Black I had a compound fracture of my left tibia with excessive bleeding and severe bruising. I also had a bloody nose, but was not in shock, though I was dazed and confused. My teenager had a dislocated shoulder and a huge gash on the leg. We were victims of a horrible earthquake. […]

Dallas ISD Board of Trustees President Dan Micciche, District 3

Remarkable turnaround is making waves throughout the state When it comes down to student achievement, without a doubt, effective teachers make the biggest impact. Sure, creative, innovative programs, extracurricular involvement, a robust curriculum and other aspects play a part in academic success for students. But an effective teacher in every classroom is the key to […]

Custom-made coop part of 2018 Peep Tour raffle

Custom-made coop part of 2018 Peep Tour raffle

By Suzanne Gentry Flodin Feeling cooped up? Then make plans to attend the urban chicken experience tour of the year. A Peep at the Coops, a one-day tour of private urban chicken coops in North and East Dallas, is set for May 6. The event features some of the most innovative coops for raising chickens […]

101 year old artist part of annual show

101 year old artist part of annual show

CC Young announced the winners of the 19th annual Spirit is Ageless Art & Writing Contest from a pool of competitors, all aged 55 and better, with the most senior participant at 101 years of age. The Awards & Celebration event was held Saturday, April 21, at The Point & Pavilion on the CC Young […]

Concert honors invincibility of human spirit

Concert honors invincibility of human spirit

From Staff Reports Voices of Change presents Silent Music: Music of the Holocaust on Sunday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m., with a pre-concert forum at 6:30 p.m. The program features three composers who died in the Holocaust, including two works that were composed in the Theresienstadt concentration camp. The program also includes pieces by Israeli […]

Mayor says: ‘Looking into the hell of heartbreak’

Mayor says: ‘Looking into the hell of heartbreak’

By Molly Evans and Eric Aasen/KERA News One Dallas police officer has died from his injuries and a second remains in critical condition after they were shot while trying to remove a man from a Home Depot in Northeast Dallas Tuesday afternoon. In a City Council meeting Wednesday morning, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings announced that […]

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