Trains ready to load up 2018 sponsors

Trains ready to load up 2018 sponsors

By Lindsey Lyons Celebrating more than 30 years benefiting the Ronald McDonald House (RHMD), 20 years at NorthPark Center and 10 years with presenting sponsor, Bank of Texas, The Trains at NorthPark is launching its 2018 season with its limited-edition railcars now for sale. All railcars purchased will be on display during the Trains exhibit […]

Students become Kings of the Cubes

Students become Kings of the Cubes

By Gigi Ekstrom When Lakehill’s new Rubik’s Cube Club met for the first time on September 14, it had two avid “Cubers” to thank. “I first saw a kid on a plane solve a Cube and, immediately, I wanted to know more,” said Lakehill seventh grader Vivek Patel (pictured at right, on the left). While […]

Dallas approves Climate Action Plan

Dallas approves Climate Action Plan

IT IS EASY BEING GREEN! By Naïma Hill When the news is overcome with negativity, find the positive. In our current times of the U.S. government rolling back several environmental initiatives it seems, we are taking steps backwards in an urgent period. Carbon dioxide levels continue to increase, the average global temperatures are inching up, […]

John Allen Steger

John Allen Steger

John Allen Steger, age 70, passed away on Monday, September 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Born January 26, 1948 in Dallas to Hugh Lynn and Maxine Wilson Steger, he graduated from Hillcrest High School and received his Bachelors in Forest Science from Colorado State University. After graduation John went to work at Weyerhaeuser Company in […]

Grief support important for pet’s well-being

Grief support important for pet’s well-being

FOR THE LOVE OF THE ANIMALS By Dr. Beth Leermakers For an animal lover, one of the most heart-wrenching sights is a dog being dropped off by his family at an animal shelter. Many dogs whimper and cling to their people in apparent despair and confusion, wondering why they’re being left in a loud, scary […]

Media ethics lecture to feature Belo’s Moroney

Media ethics lecture to feature Belo’s Moroney

Jim Moroney (pictured), recently retired publisher of The Dallas Morning News, will give the 19th annual Rosine Smith Sammons Lecture in Media Ethics at SMU at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2. The lecture, titled “I Am an ‘Enemy of the People,’” will be held in Caruth Auditorium in the Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop […]

School spirit grows from community support

School spirit grows from community support

By Lacie Kuhn At Lakehill Preparatory School we know that bigger is not always better. Lakehill is — and always has been — small by design. Our kindergarten through 12th grade school combines a strong, engaging academic program with a kind and inclusive community. We pride ourselves on nurturing students’ self-confidence in an inclusive, supportive […]

Children of the American Revolution to hold memorial

Children of the American Revolution to hold memorial

The David Pendleton Society of the Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.) President Rose Hlavenka, a junior at Bishop Lynch High School, announced the upcoming National Project “American Living Legacy.” It will be observed during the State Fair of Texas on Sunday, Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. A program of remembrance and honor will be […]

Hurricane victims benefit from teacher’s art

Hurricane victims benefit from teacher’s art

Boles’ painting chosen for national exhibit By Gigi Ekstrom   French Quarter Duet, an original painting by Lakehill Upper School Visual Arts Chair Scott Boles, was recently accepted for the 2018 National Art Education Association (NAEA) Member Exhibition.  The event is in Virginia at the NAEA Studio & Gallery from Oct. 1 through January 4, […]

Statement on the death of Botham Jean

Statement on the death of Botham Jean

By Judge John Creuzot Once again, we are experiencing the pain, sorrow and anger caused by the death of another black male at the hands of a police officer. We ask with dismay, how can it be that an officer meant to serve and protect instead shoots and kills an innocent person like Botham Jean? […]

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