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  • By Editor on February 8, 2018
       
  • Canidate Christopher “Chris” Gregory – Justice of the Peace – Pct. 4

    By Editor on February 5, 2018
    14 Years of Public Service in Law Enforcement Leaders of Precinct 4, Commissioner J.D. Johnson and Constable Jody Johnson Click below to see all the endorsements https://www.chrisgregory4jp.com/endorsements     He is a  Lifetime Local Resident! Let our voices be heard! It’s time for a change! The citizens, communities, and law enforcement of this precinct deserve… A judge that will work hard and fight for […]
  • 401(k) Max Contribution is Now $18,500; Ways You Get the Most

    By Editor on February 5, 2018
    By TD Ameritrade If you’re just beginning your career, you might have prioritized paying off college debt and building emergency savings rather than retirement. Ironically, though, retirement is one of the first things you should consider. If your job has an employer-sponsored retirement plan, it can pay to take advantage early on to benefit from the power of compounding. istock.com/Geber86 Even […]
  • Saginaw FYI on Road Update

    By Editor on February 4, 2018
    City of Saginaw‏ @CityofSaginaw 15h15 hours ago For Your Information (FYI): The City of Saginaw wanted to give you an update on a City of Fort Worth project that affects the residents of Saginaw. Concrete work has started on the Old Decatur Road Project with concrete being poured this morning (02/03/18). Travel safely. pic.twitter.com/se1DBxHgP2
  • Capstone Expands Management Presence into West Tarrant

    By Editor on February 3, 2018
    Capstone Real Estate Services has landed management contracts for four residential properties across the state of Texas. The newly signed 512 units add to the company more than 38,000 managed rental units. Throughout the year, the company has significantly increased its property management portfolio. The four residential properties include two apartment communities and two single-family rental home developments. Sansom Pointe […]
  • Candidate Profile: Toni Rhodes Glover for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4

    By Editor on February 2, 2018
    I am a proud Native Texan and have lived in Tarrant County Precinct 4 for approximately 11 years. As proud as I am of what I have just told you, my greatest level of accomplishments is the pride and joy I have as a mother of three amazing adult children, seven grandchildren, and 14 precious great-grandchildren.  One may think that […]
  • Fear of lose on civic coverage and watchdog reporting

    By Editor on January 23, 2018
    By Steve Gray Vice President of Strategy and Innovation Morris Communications Augusta, Georgia, USA   As the relentless decline in ad revenues empties more and more newsroom desks, there’s been a little-noted side effect: Waning commitment to locally written editorials. Nobody seems to be noticing, and that’s a shame. In this and probably a future post, I intend to make the […]
  • Bass Hall – EMS ISD’s Fine Arts Showcase

    By Editor on January 22, 2018
    Tickets for EMS ISD’s Fine Arts Showcase at Bass Performance Hall will go on sale Monday, January 22 at the Bass Hall box office. The show features five elementary choirs, the high school dance programs, and the middle school & high school bands. Details: http://ow.ly/2pON30hQlOV 
  • In Old Lake Worth – Jack Shaddy: Storyteller

    By Editor on January 22, 2018
          By Joe McDaniel………… Jack Shaddy’s writings were few, but the things he wrote showed that he might have missed his calling as a writer. Shaddy had a career in mechanical engineering. But he wrote stories about Lake Worth occasionally throughout his life. He wrote as often as he could and as late in his life as he […]
  • THE IDLE AMERICAN – Challenges of Childhood…

    By Editor on January 9, 2018
      Commentary by Dr. Don Newbury —    Childhood illnesses in the mid-20th Century were rarely treated by physicians who practiced medicine. Instead, mothers practiced home remedies with abandon. Many among us can remember times when the treatment was worse than the illness, as well as accompanying psychological damage that won’t let go. Youngsters cringed at hearing parental diagnoses. What […]
  • THE IDLE AMERICAN — Year-End Mort Musings…

    By Editor on January 2, 2018
       Commentary by Dr. Don Newbury  —  Rarely is “pensive” used as a descriptive for my 105-year-old Uncle Mort. In the hours unfolding from an old year to a new one, however, he grows silent. This is the claim of his bride, Maude, who repeated wedding vows with him 80-something years ago. And, when Maude makes a claim, it is […]
  • You can get GREAT iPhone Photos!

    By Editor on December 29, 2017
       Visit this site and educate yourself on the power of the iPhone Camera. Have you ever wanted to get just a little bit more from your iPhone camera? An add-on iPhone camera lens will open up a whole new world of creativity for you and your photography. Check out the lenses discussed in this article to discover some of the […]
  • Secrets of branding: It’s not as easy as it looks

    By Editor on December 28, 2017
    “The best way to discover what is, is first to learn what is not.” This Buddhist wisdom for seeking truth is equally useful for developing a brand. It makes sense. The essential characteristic of good branding is truth – in marketing, we call it “brand authenticity.” Successful branding is also infinitely complex – like truth, it is much too intricate […]
  • Financing Your Small Business —– What You Need to Know About SBA Lending

    By Editor on December 28, 2017
    Dallas/Fort Worth District Office  Approximately 75% of small business owners never get in front of a lender to talk about a commercial loan.  It is no wonder that being undercapitalized is a leading cause of small business failure.  Don’t let the lack of appropriate financial resources get in the way of your success as a small business owner.  Come to […]
  • SBA Programs & Resources Entrepreneurial Workshop

    By Editor on December 28, 2017
    The SBA Dallas/Fort Worth District Office will host an SBA Programs & Resources Entrepreneurial Workshop on Tuesday, January 30, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This free workshop will be held at the SBA Dallas/Fort Worth District Office located at 4300 Amon Carter Blvd., Suite 114, Fort Worth, Texas 76155.  At this workshop, attendees will: • Gain a basic […]
  • Azle Arts Association is Proud to Present…Greater Tuna

    By Editor on December 27, 2017
    The Azle Arts Association is Proud to Present… by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears & Ed Howard directed by Rozanne Gann & Lisha Gregson Friday, January 19, 2018 – 7:30 pm Saturday, January 20, 2018 – 7:30 pmSunday, January 21, 2018 – 2:30 pm Friday, January 26, 2018 – 7:30 pm Saturday, January 27, 2018 – 7:30 pmSunday, January 28, 2018 – 2:30 pm    One Night Only […]
  • H-E-B is building another North Texas store

    By Editor on December 27, 2017
    By Korri Kezar  –  Digital editor, Dallas Business Journal Dec 18, 2017, 11:24am Though H-E-B is opening a new store in the North Texas region, it says it still has no plans to build in Dallas-Fort Worth. The San Antonio-based grocer announced Monday it will construct a location in Hudson Oaks, roughly 30 minutes west of Fort Worth. To be located at the […]