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Filmmaker alum puts his mark on Oak Cliff

    Filmmaker alum puts his mark on Oak Cliff

Caitlyn Jones // Staff Writer Adam Donaghey was enjoying a month-long vacation in the Yucatan Peninsula in 2006 when he realized something: he wasn’t going to be in storm restoration sales

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Opinion: David Dewhurst hanging by a thread

    Opinion: David Dewhurst hanging by a thread

Lt. governor David Dewhurst simply can’t get the ultra conservative monkey off his back. Just two years ago, Tea Party darling Sen. Ted Cruz surprisingly defeated Dewhurst in the Texas

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UNT junior chosen to attend Clinton Global Initiative University for LGBTQ rights

    UNT junior chosen to attend Clinton Global Initiative University for LGBTQ rights

Steven James // Staff Writer sychology junior Danielle Lane has been chosen to represent the Texas LGBTQ community at the Clinton Global Initiative University. Lane and her partner, Kaytra Bowers,

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Opinion: Dan Patrick is anti-immigrant, anti-Texas

    Opinion: Dan Patrick is anti-immigrant, anti-Texas

hen I was in seventh grade, I was required to take a course in Texas history. I learned about our heroes and how they fought and died valiantly at the

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Opinion: Governor candidates less than ideal

    Opinion: Governor candidates less than ideal

oday is primary day in Texas. If you didn’t know that, or just don’t care, you’re not alone. Turnout for

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Opinion: Hello, Governor! Breaking down the 2014 Texas candidates

    Opinion: Hello, Governor! Breaking down the 2014 Texas candidates

James Rambin // Contributing Writer exas hasn’t held an open election for governor since 1990, and perennial Governor Rick Perry

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Opinion: Wendy Davis’ campaign takes a nose dive

    Opinion: Wendy Davis’ campaign takes a nose dive

Voting Democratic in Texas really ought to come with a disclaimer. The side effects include masochism, an overwhelming feeling of

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Column: Will Ferrell’s new comedy stereotypes 1930s Texas

    Column: Will Ferrell’s new comedy stereotypes 1930s Texas

Nicholas Friedman // Staff Writer Will Ferrell’s new star-studded comedy miniseries begins in the humble town of Denton, Texas in 1931,

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The dry life: local farmers adjust to lack of water

    The dry life: local farmers adjust to lack of water

Trent Johnson // Features Editor On a patch of land, a bearded man with a straw hat and a wrinkled,

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Lieutenant governor race underway

    Lieutenant governor race underway

Andrew Freeman / Staff Writer The Texas lieutenant governor race coincides with the Texas governor race next year on Nov.

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