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Man arrested after police chase from Garland to Mesquite
GARLAND, Texas — A man was arrested on Tuesday morning after leading police on a chase from Garland to Mesquite. Shortly after 10 a.m., earlier today, a Garland Police Department motorcycle officer was stopped at a red light on northbound Broadway Boulevard and Rowlett Road when a silver passenger v
Tucson hike shows off dramatic desert views
1/11 SLIDES © Mare Czinar/Special for The Republic. Ascending the flanks of Brown Mountain. When compared to the soaring peaks and jagged ridges that surround it, Brown Mountain reads more like a molehill.
Mesquite Metro Airport soars to new heights
The plane! The plane!" is a cultural reference to the opening of Fantasy Island, a television series that aired in the 1980s. The flight pattern taken by the Mesquite Metro Airport, founded in the 1980s, to its recent accomplishments is not a fantasy highlighted by the daily arrival of one seaplane.
Virgin Valley Briefs : VVLL registration , new Tour Mesquite app , community blood drive
Early registration for the 2019 Virgin Valley Little League season begins Dec. 1 through Jan. 31 with prices set at $50 for the first child, $45 for a second child and $40 for a third child.
Patience pays off for Mesquite bowler who went 18 years between 600 series performances
Patience and persistence have helped Jerry Holloway reap a great deal of success in life, and even at times in bowling when it required extraordinary patience. Amazingly, one of those times began some 18 years ago in Maryland when he rolled his last 600 and has been in pursuit of another ever since.
Bearded Mesquite police help raise $ 10,000 for 15-year-old leukemia patient
Members of the Mesquite Police Department put down their razors and electric shavers and picked up over $10,000 to support Olivia (Liv) Stuart during her battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
Community volunteers making a difference : Mesquite Elks Lodge offers scholarships
Local Elks Lodges from every state, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone will be busy helping our communities this holiday season. Thousands of needy families will receive food baskets and presents. The Elks National President, Michael T. Luhr motto is "Working Together to Make A Difference."
Sachse , Rowlett girls , North Mesquite boys advance
A trio of local teams advanced to the semifinals in the winner’s bracket at the Curtis Culwell Invitational on Friday. The Sachse and Rowlett girls set up a potential showdown in the finals with victories.
New Gold Announces Senior Management Reorganization
TORONTO , Dec. 10, 2018 /CNW/ - New Gold Inc. ("New Gold" or the "Company") (NGD.TO) (NYSE American:NGD) announces a reorganization of the senior leadership team. As part of the strategy to reposition New Gold for long-term success, the Company's asset base has been reduced to two core operating ass
International Enviroguard Launches Digital Tool to Help Customers Find the Right Protective Clothing
MESQUITE, TX – 12-04-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — International Enviroguard, a leading protective clothing and solutions manufacturer, now offers an online tool to help distributors and end-users find the right gear to suit their needs. Suit Yourself is now live on the International Enviroguard websi
MCC men win at Eastfield
The McLennan Highlanders plowed over Eastfield 91-60 tonight in Mesquite, handing the Harvesters their first loss of the 2018-19 season. The teams kept it close through the first eight minutes of play, with the Highlanders leading 16-10 with 12 minutes to play in the first half. McLennan put togethe
Longview -LRB- 13-0 -RRB- vs. Spring Westfield -LRB- 12-1 -RRB-
#4 Longview takes on unranked Westfield Saturday afternoon in Waco. Longview’s #2 scoring offense (54.00 PPG) matches up against Westfield’s #7 scoring defense (12.38 PPG).
Update : Abram St. Project Construction & Lane Closures
Here are the anticipated lane closures and traffic impacts for the coming weeks on and along Abram Street in Downtown Arlington. Closures and detours are subject to changes due to weather and schedule.
Westfield rallies past Mesquite Horn , advances to regional title game
HUNTSVILLE – Controlling the football was Westfield's biggest obstacle on Friday night. Mesquite Horn was a worthy opponent, but the Mustangs were beating themselves for a good portion of the Class 6A Division II Region II semifinals at Bowers Stadium.
MCC downs Lone Star College , 77-63
TOMBALL – Sometimes, a second game against the same opponent has different results. While McLennan Community College still won against Lone Star College Friday afternoon, 77-63, the game was much closer than the teams’ season-opener when MCC won, 128-59 in Waco.
Former parole officer federally indicted in straw purchase of gun later used in DeSoto murder by her boyfriend , a parolee under her supervision
DESOTO, Texas — A former parole officer stands charged in a four-count federal indictment in the straw purchase of a firearm that was later used by her boyfriend, a convicted felon and parolee under her supervision, to murder an 81-year-old DeSoto man.
ALLEN EAGLE FOOTBALL LIVE BROADCAST
The defending Class 6A state champion Allen Eagles are coming off a 31-24 victory over The Woodlands Highlanders at Baylor's McLane Stadium. The third round win moves the Eagles into the quarter-final round of the playoffs for the seventh consecutive year where they will matchup with the Waco Midway
Barbara Heath Killins-Obituary
Barbara Heath Killins, died peacefully in her sleep November 21 at the age of 100. Born in 1918 to Homer and May Heath of Ann Arbor Michigan, Barbara and her family had close ties to the University of Michigan. Both parents graduated in the Class of 1907. Homer Heath was an outstanding collegiate hi
Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway Awards $ 1 Million To Students Following College Football Conference Championship Weekend
Program Helps Students Reach Their Biggest Goals For 10th Consecutive Year. PLANO, Texas, Dec. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr Pepper celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Tuition Giveaway during College Football Conference Championship weekend by awarding $1 million in tuition to students who competed
Gilbert Public Schools considers boundary changes for next school year
Gilbert Public Schools is inviting the community to three public meetings in the coming days to comment on proposed boundary changes for the district’s schools. The changes, if adopted, would start in the 2019-20 school year, the district’s Marketing and Communications Director Dawn Antestenis said