You might have just gotten your Christmas tree set up, but the primary season for state and local elections is gearing up, and potential candidates have until Dec. 13 to file.
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Highland Park will be elevated to the 6A classification for the next two years as part of the UIL’s biennial realignment process. (Read time: 1.2 minutes)Read more
Highland Park rallied from an early deficit and pulled away in the second half for a 68-53 triumph over Grand Prairie on Tuesday. (Read time: 1 minute)Read more
“My dad goes to work,” the tiny kindergartener said one Wednesday after asking me if I went to work. “Do you know him?”Read more
Ghouls spun the fortune wheel, ghosts ate hot dogs, and Elmos collected as much candy as they could during the Alcuin School’s Fall Festival.Read more
On the eve of All Hallows Eve, I found myself wandering through cemeteries and mausoleums as a participant in Preservation Dallas’ 2021 Fall Tour – Cemeteries of Dallas.Read more
Highland Park turned in several strong performances at the recent Toys for Tots Invitational gymnastics meet in Bedford. (Read time: 1 minute)Read more
Cerulean Gallery in Snider Plaza will a reception for artist, Instagrammer, and Park Cities resident Donald Robertson’s exhibition and the launch of his book “Alcohol A Love Story” shortly after the holidays.
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Nobody wants to spend Christmas in the hospital, but Texas Rangers mascot Captain — along with a couple of Elf on the Shelf characters — tried to lift the spirits of patients at Medical City Children’s Hospital Tuesday.Read more
It’s a good thing that the Junior League of Dallas was able to snag the doyenne of, well, everything home related (and Snoop Dogg’s bestie) Martha Stewart as its featured speaker for the Centennial Milestones Luncheon.
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Through 22 years of annual luncheons, KidneyTexas Inc. underwriters and volunteers have raised more than $3.7 million for local efforts to improve the ability to diagnose and manage kidney disease.Read more