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Lady Panthers lose a close game to Arlington Sam Houston

The Paschal Lady Panthers came up just short against Arlington Sam Houston Friday night, losing 42-40.

The Panthers (Overall 4-14, District 4-6A 1-10) got off to a fast start, with a three-pointer by Meaghan Conner within the first 30 seconds

Panthers beat Sam Houston behind strong second half from Thomas

Dylan Thomas wasn’t playing like himself early Friday night, but he elevated his play when it mattered most.

Tarleton State eyeing campus in southwest Fort Worth

Tarleton State University’s plan to build a campus in southwest Fort Worth hinges on a $55 million request to the Texas Legislature.

The money for the campus is included in a 

Neighborhoods prepare for bird invasion

They destroyed lawns, stripped the paint off cars, made messes on roads and sidewalks, and took out some trees.

Three years ago, they arrived in Tanglewood full force. Neighbors are anxious to see if they will try to return this spring.

The Thursday Boys Celebrates 25 Years

Clark Martin started his journey with The Thursday Boys in second grade at the age of seven. According to his mom, he played dodgeball, participated in community service projects and excelled in the leadership program.

Today, Martin is 22 yea

Faculty reflect on the life of Professor Louis Stripling

Students and faculty in the Neeley School of Business gathered in Smith Hall Wednesday evening to remember professor Louis Stripling.

Stripling, 70, was found just after 11 p.m. Tuesday in the 2800 block of Park Place, according to the T

Texas water issues similar to Middle East, professor says

Fort Worth and Beirut are more than 6,000 miles apart, but a professor from Lebanon says Texas is facing similar water challenges to the Middle East.

“There are similarities between what (Texas) has experienced and what we have experien

Jackson proves clutch as Lamar downs Paschal

What started as a disappointing night for Julius Jackson finished with him playing the role of the hero.

The senior point guard for Arlington Lamar, who averaged 15.6 points per contest coming into the game, was held scoreless in the first ha

Girl Scout Cookies go digital

The first Girl Scout cookie season was in 1917, and after nearly 100 years, Girl Scout Cookies have gone digital.

Maria Gregorio, communications coordinator at Girls Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains, said the technologically savvy generation p

Panthers aim to gain ground on district opponents

This week offers an opportunity for the Paschal boys basketball team to fight its way back up the district standings.

Paschal (9-12, 2-7 Dist. 4-6A) hosts Arlington Lamar (14-11, 5-4 Dist. 4-6A) Tuesday night. The Panthers then go on the road

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