Curtis Report: The Left are Rarely Right

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By Barry Curtis I will cease, effective today, from calling the left wing nuts, left wing RADICAL nuts. The word radical is used in an incorrect fashion when describing far left wing politics. You see, the word radical is a good word and like everything else the left wing steals, it has often times polluted [...]

Tonight is Pay What You Can at DTC’s Charlotte’s Web

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DALLAS – Get caught in CHARLOTTE’S WEB to save Wilbur, the adorable and “radiant” pig. Discover the true meaning of friendship and life’s everyday miracles as Dallas Children’s Theater (DCT) presents CHARLOTTE’S WEB, April 25 – June 1, at the Rosewood Center for Family Arts. You’ll make friends all over again with Fern and Avery, [...]

Garland-based grocery store fined $43,000 by the Justice Department

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The Justice Department reached an agreement with Mexico Foods LLC, aka El Rancho Corp., a supermarket chain based in Garland, Texas, resolving claims that the company engaged in discrimination during the employment eligibility verification process in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The department’s investigation was initiated based on a referral from the [...]

Beyonce’s Time cover photo a bit disappointing

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Does Beyonce’s Time cover photo look lovely and 1 trillionth time better than I will ever look? Absolutely! But do I think the message of the cover is a bit disappointing? Absolutely! But at the end of the day, celebrating her sexuality on her terms is apparently a part of the 2014 edition of Bey. [...]

Young Sung is the right choice for Carrollton City Council

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The North Dallas Gazette believes Young Sung is a candidate for the Carrollton City Council, Place 2. He offers an inclusive vision for all members of the community, while seeking to promote economic growth and job opportunities for a strong future for Carrollton. His opponent is a tea party incumbent running on a platform of [...]

Plano native enjoys giving back to community as police officer

Jaquay Johnson, a Plano native, is a Probationary Police Officer for the City of Plano

Plano has always been home for Jaquay Johnson, who is now a Probationary Police Officer for the City of Plano and was sworn in on January 22, 2014.  Officer Johnson was born and raised in Plano and attended Plano schools and places a great emphasis on continuing to be a part of the community. She [...]

Urban League Guild honored Gifted Ten

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The Urban League Guild of Greater Dallas in partnership with AT&T Community NETwork Dallas chapter honored ten seniors for their academic achievements and their community service at a Luncheon Scholarship Tribute on Saturday, April 19 at the Cedar Hill Recreation Center, 310 E. Parkerville Road in Cedar Hill. The theme is The Gifted Ten: Honoring Academic [...]

Webb hopes experience is deciding factor for voters in Irving’s District 3

Irving City Councilman Dennis Webb is running for re-election.

By Tamarind Phinisee, NDG Contributing Writer For the past three years, Irving City Councilman Dennis Webb has dedicated his time and energy to responding to the needs of the citizens of District 3. Now the 55-year-old incumbent is hoping these same citizens will allow him to continue his efforts by re-electing him for another term. [...]

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