Orchestra finds clever way to play

Orchestra finds clever way to play

The Orchestra of Spain’s (ONS) new Masked Season begins Oct. 3 with a live strings concert of music by Boccherini, Geminiani, Respighi and Albéniz in the already tested and proven safe Zion Lutheran Church. During this time of increased safety, everyone must wear masks and practice 6-foot distancing. Venues will be cleaned before events, sanitizing […]

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! […]

Rangers must start from scratch

Rangers must start from scratch

By David Mullen This is a good time for 75 percent of Dallas’ four big sports teams. The Cowboys season is ready to begin with typical hype and anticipation. This year, there is reason for true optimism. Jerry Jones, “owner of the Dallas Cowboys” as he likes to remind everyone, took enough time from his […]

Genealogy DNA helps catch local rapist

Genealogy DNA helps catch local rapist

By Rebecca Aguilar A suspected serial rapist is behind bars in Dallas after investigators crack a 35-year-old cold case with the use of forensic genetic genealogy. David Thomas Hawkins has been arrested for the 1985 aggravated sexual assault of a Dallas woman. The Dallas County District Attorney’s office said DNA evidence linked Hawkins to three […]

Lumin Education: At home learning in action

Lumin Education: At home learning in action

NORTH TEXAS GIVING DAY! By Tricia Monfrey, Lumin For the past 18 years, Kim Mason has been a beacon of light in the lives of children and parents at Lumin Lindsley Park Community School in East Dallas. Our community knows “Ms. Kim” as not just a teacher, but also as a relentless advocate for her […]

Dredging project seeks public input

Dredging project seeks public input

There were 91 attendees at the Dredging Feasibility Study virtual meeting last week to present draft results and gain initial community input. The first 45 minutes were devoted to revisiting what’s happened up to this point. The main topic was the five alternative dredging scenarios and related cost estimates identified by the consulting engineering firm […]

State Fair livestock shows revised

State Fair livestock shows revised

By Karissa Condoianis With agriculture as one of the foundational pillars of our organization, the State Fair of Texas is proud to announce a preliminary revised 2020 livestock market show schedule. Although the 2020 State Fair of Texas is canceled due to the current landscape related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fair is committed to […]

Playhouses benefit CASA

Playhouses benefit CASA

By Roseanne Lewis Dallas CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) brings the 25th anniversary Parade of Playhouses to NorthPark Center July 10-26. The beloved event, which raises awareness about the needs of children living in foster care, displays custom-built, wonderfully unique children’s playhouses in the hallways of NorthPark. For 25 years, Parade of Playhouses has been […]

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