Park Cities Coaching Finds Niche With Aspiring Athletes

As much as Carter Clements enjoyed competing in soccer, tennis, or track as a teenager in Virginia, he had the heart of a coach.
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Student Achievements: Five To Celebrate

Student co-chairs for the Junior Symphony Ball (JSB) presented Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (DSOL) president Anne Ligon with a $238,432 check.
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Long Wait: New Facilities Have Helped Boost Longhorns, Panthers

When W.T. White High School football coach Tony Johnson first arrived on campus four years ago, his players lifted weights in a double-wide trailer with holes in the floor.
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Neighbors on the Move: New Gigs for Williams, Kleinman, and the Rawlings

Todd Williams gets a gubernatorial appointment, former Dallas city council member Lee Kleinman gets a new gig, and the Rawlings head up the Dallas Education Foundation’s annual campaign.
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Home Run: Decorated Distance Runner Returns to Bears

Becky Wade Firth has run marathons around the world, but her serendipitous return to Ursuline Academy finds her covering new ground.
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Hillcrest Teen Launched His ‘Chef Z’ Baking Brand Last Year

At 14, Zachary Moskowitz, also known as “Chef Z,” has created his baking empire with an online café, cooking classes, and popular social media channels showcasing his culinary talents.
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United to Learn, United to Launch

At the beginning of every school year, for the past five years, United to Learn has helped Dallas ISD students and teachers get off to a good start by making sure they have the supplies they need.
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