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Patricia R. Richarz services to be held in Temple

March 27th, 2015 Comments Off on Patricia R. Richarz services to be held in Temple
Funeral services for Patricia R. Richarz, 84 of Temple, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, March 27, 2015 at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Temple with Rev. Brad St. Romain officiating. Burial will follow at Garland Memorial Park at 3 p.m. Mrs. Richarz died Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at ...

Man arrested after chase

March 27th, 2015 Comments Off on Man arrested after chase
A man was arrested early Friday, March 27, after a chase that began in Garland in the Jupiter Road IH-635 area when a Garland police officer attempted to stop him for a traffic violation. The motorcycle fled west on ...

HS softball, baseball recap: March 18–25

March 26th, 2015 Comments Off on HS softball, baseball recap: March 18–25
Photos by Roger Mathis, www.mempics.com Below are the scores for Garland ISD high school boys’ baseball and girls’ softball games March 18-25: Boys March 23 Sachse Mustangs 4 – Garland Owls 3 Rockwall HS 8 – Lakeview Centennial Patriots ...

Garland’s original power plant is significant part of city’s history

March 25th, 2015 Comments Off on Garland’s original power plant is significant part of city’s history
Currently in need of extensive repairs, the power plant building at 525 West Avenue A has played a significant part in Garland’s history. Built in 1923, it was the city’s sole source of electricity for many years. Through those ...

Local, national experts to collaborate on East End redevelopment

March 25th, 2015 Comments Off on Local, national experts to collaborate on East End redevelopment
On March 27, City of Garland officials will welcome a team of national experts in architecture and urban design for a three-day public workshop on redevelopment in the East End neighborhood. The process, known as a “charrette,” will combine ...

Attendees asked to bring Pace House photos to historic homes tour

March 24th, 2015 Comments Off on Attendees asked to bring Pace House photos to historic homes tour
Anyone who was married in Garland’s Historic Pace House or who was honored at any event during the time the Pace House was an event center for the city of Garland is encouraged to bring photos of those events ...

CTE students to auction, exhibit, sell fruits of labor

March 24th, 2015 Comments Off on CTE students to auction, exhibit, sell fruits of labor
For more than 70 years, Garland ISD and the community have come together to celebrate Career & Technical Education at the Livestock & Plant Show and Sale, as well as the CTE Exhibit. This gathering allows the public to ...

Television crew surprises Walnut Glen Academy teacher

March 24th, 2015 Comments Off on Television crew surprises Walnut Glen Academy teacher
Walnut Glen Academy for Excellence teacher Andrea Hardgrave received the surprise of a lifetime last month. Television personality Paige McCoy Smith interrupted her fifth-grade class with a camera crew in tow. “We are so excited because you have won ...

Assistant GPD chief to lead McKinney PD

March 23rd, 2015 Comments Off on Assistant GPD chief to lead McKinney PD
Excellence is made at the city of Garland, and that excellence has been sought after to influence another Texas city. The Garland Police Department will soon say farewell to one of its assistant chiefs, who will serve as the ...

NGHS students learn tools of television trade

March 23rd, 2015 Comments Off on NGHS students learn tools of television trade
When NBC reporter Eric King visited North Garland High School in February, he did not come to cover a story. Instead, he came to impart tools of the trade. King taught students proper interview techniques in preparation for a ...
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