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Martin High School announces removal of logo with Native American headdress

Through a  letter addressed to parents, students, and faculty members, Martin High School’s Principal Marlene Roddy has stated that one of the school’s logos, which depicts a “warrior” wearing a […]
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Arlington ISD hosting 6th annual Back to School Kickoff

Good news for parents! For the 6th year in a row now, Arlington ISD is set to host their annual Back to School Kickoff on Saturday, August 15th. The event is sponsored by the Gene and Jerry Jones Foundation and is being hosted at the AT&T Stadium. And with the recent rise of COVID-19 cases […]
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Running a Business During a Pandemic: An Interview with Randy Ford, Owner of J. Gilligan’s

It goes without saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful issue for everyone. With beloved local businesses in danger of shutting down, I began to think more about how Arlington stores and restaurants, and their employees, were being affected. However, I wanted to get the perspective of a business owner to try to […]
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How we can help our furry friends at Arlington’s animal shelters

Have you been considering adding a new pet to your household? Perhaps you’re just an animal lover and genuinely enjoy spending your time helping unadopted pets in need. If either of those are the case, check out the Arlington Animal Services website! You can give your next best friend his furever home or volunteer time […]
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Texas bars forced to shut down again via Greg Abbott executive order

Arlington bar owners may be experiencing a sense of déjà vu, as an executive order by Texas Governor Greg Abbott placed on June 26th has forced them to shut down once again. Tarrant County ordered bars to close the first time around on March 18th along with several other businesses that were deemed nonessential as […]
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