Dallas champions, Robowranglers look forward
Practicing with the best hones skills and keeps members of Greenville High School Robowranglers on point, according to Director of Robotics Adrienne Emerson.
The Robowranglers are preparing their robot “Vader” for the FIRST World Championships in St. Louis on April 23-26.
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This Lone Oak High School student has merit
Gaston Luke Gilbert, a senior at Lone Oak High School, is the first student in the school’s history to be a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Reaching the people of Morocco for Christ
Most students use their summer break to unwind and relax.
Others see it as an opportunity to do something more.
Dorsey, boxing greats to headline ‘Boxing With the Stars’
On March 19, famous figures of the boxing world will all visit Texas A&M University-Commerce as part of the Boxing With the Stars event, a one-of-a-kind opportunity for A&M-Commerce students and local community members to meet and interact with some of the most important figures in boxing, both past, present and future.
Providing a helping hand
A mailbox decorated with Wisconsin license plates reading “Feases” makes it pretty clear who owns the quaint little one-story house on Kathy Lynn Place in Quinlan.
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Boxing greats to visit A&M-Commerce on March 19
Curtis Cokes is a genuinely nice guy. Enter his gym in South Dallas, and he’ll greet you with a smile, a firm handshake, and one of his captivating stories, like the time he met Jackie Robinson during the Brooklyn Dodgers spring training camp in 1955.
Local coloring book salutes famous African-Americans
Many of Hunt County’s historical African-Americans are celebrated in a coloring book published this month under the auspices of the Hunt County Historical Commission.
Taking up residency
They may not currently live in Hunt County, but the two new titleholders say they want to spend as much time in the county where they will be considered residents.
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