Things will never be the same for Steve Nevil and his two children. But at least they’re home again.Steve and Katy Nevil, along with their kids Lauren, 12, and Will, 9, were on their way to Arlington from Franklin, Tenn., to visit relatives and friends over Thanksgiving when a suspected drunken driver slammed into their car on Interstate 30 near Hope, Ark.Katy, 38, a 1992 graduate of Lamar High School, died at the scene. Lauren, gravely injured, was airlifted to a hospital in Shreveport. Later she was transferred to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, where she continues to recover.Until recently, Steve and Will had been staying at a friend’s house. Now the family has a new permanent home in Arlington, according to posts on the Facebook page Praying for the Nevil’s.“Two weeks ago, we got in our own place,” Steve wrote Monday. “Well, kind of. [Will] and I have mattresses on the floor and our stuff from our TN house arrives this Tuesday.Yeah! After 114 days we can finally have ‘our place’ again. Just can’t want until Lauren is included in that agin! Our house in TN went on the market when we emptied it last week. We will sell it, and be permanently TX residents again.”subhedArlington police held their yearly awards ceremony last week to recognize the dedication and achievements of employees and the department’s community and business partners.A detective was honored for his efforts to battle human trafficking and his ability to work closely with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. A rookie officer who quickly developed an understanding of beat accountability and being proactive in his policing approach was recognized for his steadfast commitment. A sergeant who has an unparalleled dedication to child welfare cases that regularly include heinous crimes against children was honored for his ability to work closely with his detectives and prosecutors.Award winners were:• Supervisor of the Year – Ricardo Lucero• Operations Officer of the Year – David Szatkowski• Community Support Officer of the Year – Jason Rash• East Officer of the Year – Gary Jones• North Officer of the Year – Ashley Daniels• South Officer of the Year – Edward Chappell• West Officer of the Year – Cody Brewer• Detective of the Year – Charles Lodatto• Rookie of the Year – Richard Coleman• Professional Employee of the Year (Admin) – Ada Aguilar• Professional Employee of the Year (Technical) – Marc Saunders• Officer of the Year (selected from all nominees) – Greg Dickerman• Business Partnership Award - Crossway Apartments• Citizen Community Award – Candy FordsubhedAmy Casas, communications director for the Arlington school district, has left for a new corporate marketing job with BNS&F Railroad.Her last day in the district was Friday. Casas told trustees at Thursday's board meeting that she looked forward to more normal hours in her new job, along with a return to her marketing expertise.Formerly with the City of Fort Worth before coming to the district in 2009, Casas has handled situations ranging from the departure last year of former superintendent Jerry McCullough, to thehiring of Marcelo Cavazos and the rollout of the district's comprehensive new Strategic Plan. Media Coordinator Leslie Johnston will handle Casas' duties in the interim.