Alice Carlson celebrates a day of fitness and culture

Eighty-degree February days aren’t good for building snowmen, but Friday provided perfect weather for the Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center Walkathon.

Cheers erupted from supportive classmates lining the sidewalks as students complete

Berry-University intersection might close for 2 months

Midway through a public hearing about closing the intersection of Berry Street and University Drive for the majority of the summer, the project manager asked the crowd or residents and businesses affected area how they felt about the proposal. 

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FWISD student brings back old social media trend to help raise awareness for ALS.

Chef Gwin Grimes promotes local food

In a world of franchised and pre-packaged foods, Chef Gwin Grimes supports the growing trend of local food.

Grimes is helping make it easier for 109 residents to buy locally. In November, she participated in the Good Gift, Green Gift: An Alter

St. Andrew begins Spanish instruction before first grade

Filing in one by the one, students enter the classroom, which immediately fills with noise.

“Silencio,” calls out Spanish teacher Lourdes Nedrelow as she directs the attention of her students to the chalkboard. Once she has gained

Easter Preview

Holy Week is here and all the following churches in the 109 have services planned to celebrate Easter Sunday and mark the ending of Lent:


Video: Westcliff, McKinney Bible Church team up for “Servolution”

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TCU alumnus competes in renowned fishing tournament

Guillermo Gonzalez competed in the Kayak Angler's Tournament Series Classic Elite Championship.

Alice Carlson Walkathon and festival plans near completion

It’s a fact of life: moms are busy.

At Alice Carlson Elementary, PTA parents are rushing to finalize plans for the upcoming Walkathon and Intercultural Festival. The second annual Come Walk With Me Walkathon kicks off at 1:30 p.m. Friday.

Texas human trafficking problem raises concerns

Texas ranks second in the nation for cases of human trafficking, and recent events have brought the epidemic back into the spotlight.
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