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Sunday, February 28, 2021

TCU Horned Frogs trample Texas Tech 82-27

TCU is bowl eligible (6-1, 3-1 Big 12) after putting up 82 points in another record breaking game against conference rival Texas Tech. The Frogs came off a 42-9 win against Oklahoma State and kept the momentum rolling tonight.

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Bent on winning with lucky No. 14

FWAFA students choreograph, direct concert

The annual Choreography Concert looks to showcase student talent in choreography and leadership.

For TCU students, pathway largely paved for landing internships, jobs

Students are making the annual end-of-the-school-year push for employment, and the university has taken steps to ensure that the path for them is as smooth as possible.

Cowboy Santas lends a helping holiday hand

A Fort Worth non-profit celebrates 35 years of lending a helping holiday hand.

Some St. Stephen members not aware of columbarium in the church

This story was edited on July 25, 2011, to accurately depict that the columbarium is within the church, not beneath it.

Some who worship weekly at St. Stephen Presbyte

This week in Paschal sports: Winter weather shuffles calendar

The sleet and snow sweeping through North Texas this week has moved a few things around on the Paschal athletic schedule.

Fort Worth residents to vote on salary increase for city council

On May 7 Fort Worth residents will vote on increasing the salary for city council for the first time since 2006.

Residents gear up for game day traffic

TCU football games can cause some traffic problems for residents near Amon G. Carter Stadium.

“Modern ’til Midnight” brings fine arts to Fort Worth

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be hosting the "Modern 'til Midnight" event this weekend.
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