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City uncertain of which big project comes next
Now that the Interstate 30 overpass project at Erby Campbell Boulevard is officially under way, what’s the next big project for Royse City?
Ruth Cherry DI team finishes seventh at global finals
The Royse City Independent School District Destination Imagination teams once again had what has been described as “an amazing year,” highlighted by the Ruth Cherry Intermediate School team that placed seventh in global competition.
Former mayor honored with park bearing his name
Mayor Pro Tem Janet Nichol noted that it was appropriate that a new city park named in Don Becknell’s honor is located on North Houston Street.
Alsabrook hopes to avoid Stage 4 restrictions
Royse City is less than two weeks into Stage 3 water restrictions, but City Manager Carl Alsabrook can’t help but talk about the possibility of stricter Stage 4 restrictions.
Bulldogs walk the stage during graduation ceremony
Here are some photos from Royse City High School's Class of 2013 graduation ceremony on June 4, at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland.
- City uncertain of which big project comes next
RCISD offering summer camps in variety of sports
School may be out, but the Royse City Independent School District will have no shortage of camps for future Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs to take in during the summer weeks ahead.
- Bulldogs take the field for annual spring game
- SPORTS: Five RCHS student-athletes sign letters of intent
- Lopez fourth at state track meet
- Athletic physicals scheduled for Saturday
- RCISD offering summer camps in variety of sports
Anxious to put college in my rearview ... for good
The closer I get to graduation, the further away it seems.
I’ve officially let “senioritis” set in, just as I did in high school, when the desire to get the best grades possible was completely decimated by a lack of motivation and the need to simply get the grade required to pass and put the entire experience in my rearview mirror.
Daytime naps: An essential part of surviving life as a journalist
June 3, 2013, was a red letter day for me.
Actually, I didn’t write in red ink, but I definitely recorded the fact that I slept-in that Monday morning. I slept until almost noon.
Judge provides update on some current issues within the county
This is the time of the year when the county is starting its budget preparation for the next fiscal year, which goes from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, 2014. As you might expect, many discussions are being held during workshops of the commissioners court to address some of the different needs that might compete for funding in the budget.
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• Concerned citizen seeks help for local animal shelter
Unscripted moment provides most cherished memory
My most cherished memory from the Memorial Day running of the Patriot Half Marathon in Rockwall does not involve running.
This memory is such a treasure that it ranks ahead of me sprinting (my definition) across the finish line after a grueling 13.1-mile run.
- Anxious to put college in my rearview ... for good