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Dallas ISD is South Dallas Proud; announce expanded all-day learning center and new STEAM academy

Dallas ISD has announced change is coming to South Dallas schools. An expanded all-day early learning center and a new state-of-the-art STEAM academy are...

Walking in the wilderness of COVID-19

By Dr. Glenn Mollette Most of America has been addled from our normal lifestyle. Today, we aren't for sure what normal is any more. COVID-19...

Steady Together, supported by Shaquille O’Neal, focuses on helping gig and hourly workers

ATLANTA (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Steady, a platform solely focused on advising and advocating for workers seeking stable income in America, is launching its biggest...

Gov. Abbott’s Texas reopening plan does not include more COVID-19 testing or discuss upcoming elections

By Ruth Ferguson, NDG Editor Governor Gregg Abbott rolled out his plan to reopen Texas on May 1 at a press conference on Monday....

Governor Abbott rolls out plan to reopen Texas

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott has announced the first phase of the State of Texas' ongoing plan to safely and strategically open Texas while...

Lewisville parks to become tobacco-free sites

City parks in Lewisville will become tobacco-free sites in early May as part of a comprehensive overhaul of the Code of Ordinances for administration...

$349 billion COVID-19 Small Business Program short-changes businesses of color

By Charlene Crowell A $349 billion program created to assist America’s small businesses was launched on April 3 to provide payroll, utilities, rent, and more...

QuikTrip is hiring throughout DFW

QuikTrip (QT) is looking to fill both full- and part-time positions for Store Clerks and Assistant Managers in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. “We are eager...

El Centro’s Culinary Program sees a bright future ahead, despite COVID-19 impact on Dallas food scene

2020 was promising to be the year of new beginnings for El Centro College’s recently rebranded Culinary, Pastry, and Hospitality (CPH) program. There was...

Dallas Cowboys score big in the draft

By Dwain Price, NDG Sports Reporter FRISCO – With the NFL shifting gears and holding a virtual draft for the first time due to the...

Sister Tarpley: Things to Ponder

Seeing the Works of God - Others went out on the sea in ships; they were merchants on the mighty waters. They saw the...

Royce West endorsed by Texas American Federation of Teachers in US Senate Race

The Texas chapter of the American Federation of Teachers has endorsed Sen. Royce West of Dallas for U.S. Senate. West seeks the Democratic nomination...
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NDG Mourns the Passing of Long-time Editor and Friend

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District staff a source of pride in difficult times

By Joyce Foreman Dallas ISD District 6 I continue to be amazed at the work our district employees are accomplishing as we deal with the repercussions...

WANTED: Residents to join conversations about racial equity in proposed bond 2020

Dallas ISD’s Racial Equity Office (REO) is calling on communities in the city’s southern sector...

Why does God allow evil and disease?

Sister Tarpley NDG Religion Editor “If you, O Lord, kept a record of sins, O Lord, who could stand.” (Psalm 130:3) One of the most common questions every...
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