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COVID-19 Bulletin (08/02/21)

Trauma Service Area E has 1,550 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals, representing 11 percent of all bed capacity and 28 percent of ICU patients. At the end of June, there were only 368 COVID-19 patients in the region’s hospitals, DFW Hospital Council CEO Steve Love reports. On Friday, Dallas County...
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Dallas ISD Students Return to Classrooms

Five Dallas ISD schools return to school Monday with all students back in classrooms for in-person instruction. Maple Lawn Elementary, H.I. Holland Elementary School at Lisbon, Edna Rowe Elementary School, Thomas J. Rusk Middle School and Boude Storey Middle School start a new school year with the "School Day Redesign" calendar. This calendar model will run from Aug. 2 through June 23.
Dallas, TXDallas Observer

In Dallas' Floral Farms, Residents Feel Under Attack

Residents in Floral Farms want to change their neighborhood for the better. They recently rid themselves of Shingle Mountain and are now trying to get the city to adopt a neighborhood plan they’ve designed. Faced with spotty code enforcement, they also recently reported a few violations to the city. They...

Some Dallas ISD students headed back to school today

A handful of students are heading back to school this morning in Dallas, a couple of weeks before everyone else. It's part of a redesigned back to school plan. Five schools in the Dallas ISD are welcoming students back to campus today for the new schoolday redesign calendar. The design extends the school year not only at the beginning, but also at the end.

Community Profile: Saba Ilyas

Saba Ilyas serves as the Chair of the Mayoral Ad-hoc Frisco Inclusion Committee. When she’s not working to help promote the idea of a unified Frisco, she works as a clinical coordinator for a cardiac pathologist. What made you want to be a part of the Frisco Inclusion Committee?. It...

Community profile: TJ Gilmore

TJ Gilmore has long been a community volunteer, and he took the next step in serving the residents of Lewisville in May when he was elected mayor. He believes the city has a lot to offer, and he looks forward to leading Lewisville as it continues to grow and evolve. Below Gilmore talks about his history with volunteering, his vision for the city and a list of hobbies that continues to keep him busy.
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The Dallasite

Events on the Dallas calendar

1. Free Virtual Vinyasa Yoga Flow with Caitlin — Dallas; 2. Afternoon Tea at Hotel Crescent Court; 3. In-Person Worship Experience Registration; 4. "Noche de Luz" Hybrid Reception 2021; 5. Understanding your Soul’s Blueprint to Amplify Clarity + Passion;
Dallas, TXDallas Observer

As Schools Gear Up, COVID-19 Protocols Are in the Spotlight

The first day of school is creeping ever-closer at the same time coronavirus cases continue to climb, but some education advocates say the state’s Republican governor has kept local districts from making their own safety decisions. In late July, 31 Democratic Texas lawmakers signed on to a letter written by...
Mckinney, TXPosted by
Mckinney Bulletin

Mckinney events calendar

1. 16th Annual Dr. Paul Warren Memorial Tournament of the Knights; 2. Pro-Life Is Not Enough 2 Conference: Nov 5th-6th 2021; 3. Don't Be Scared of the Courthouse; 4. General Trivia at Guitars & Growlers- McKinney, TX; 5. 48th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes Christmas in July Tea & Tour