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Country Day has seven National Merit Semifinalists

In September, the nonprofit National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of the 16,000 students who have qualified as National Merit Semifinalists. Among the 100 area high school students selected, seven of them attend Fort Worth Country

Paschal: a tradition of academic excellence

Hundreds of parents wait in line anxiously every summer to make sure they secure the hottest ticket in the 109.

They’re not waiting to buy Horned Frog football tickets. The line is for parents trying to get their children transferred to P

Llewellyn and St. Andrew, the perfect combination

It didn’t take long for Charles Llewellyn to feel at home as the new principal of St. Andrew Catholic School.

“When I first got here, they threw me a welcome dinner and I knew right away that this was a very special place,” Ll

FWCD building receives 2010 Preservation Honor Award

Historic Fort Worth, Inc. honored Fort Worth Country Day for the restoration and adaptive reuse of the Peter A. Schwartz Administration Building with the 2010 Preservation Honor Award.

“It’s great to be recognized,” assistant

From Bangladesh to Westcliff: Hubert Gomes is at home in the 109

Hubert Gomes stood behind a rack of Bic lighters and 5-Hour Energy shots, his eyes turned toward a television that played a steady stream of Indian news and soap operas. Ding. The door to the Shell station announced the entrance of a patron.


Doctors without borders

Two friends who live in the heart of the 109 have reached out to gain the support of nine sponsors to help them promote a 5K run, Race to Heal, at 10 a.m. Saturday outside the TCU Rec Center at 2901 Stadium Drive.

Mayur Patel, a TCU junior biol

Tanglewood children share school with polls

In the auditorium, children are practicing a song on stage, more are huddled by the glass doors staring outside as the rain pours down awaiting their carpool to pull up in line, children run up and down the halls excited that the school day is over whi

At two 109 polling places, rain didn't deter residents

Despite a seemingly never-ending downpour, both McLean 6th Grade School and St. Stephen Presbyterian Church had constant flows voters doing their civic duty.

Both polling places had about 450 voters come in and fill out their ballots before 3:3

Video: Rain a factor for some at Ahavath Sholom polling place

For some voters who showed up to the polling place at the Congregation of Ahavath Sholom, Tuesday's bad weather was a factor.

Nathan Wall has more in this video report.

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