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Career training courses prepare students for world of work

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Bob Booth / Special to the Star-Telegram

KISD officials want central facility while NISD educators take the academy approach.

New charter school generates traffic woes in far north Fort Worth

City and school officials met with nearby residents to discuss ways to reduce congestion.

Keller students paying tribute at home to 9-11 tragedy

They visited with firefighters afterward to discuss the tragedy’s significance.

Texas author talks of the power of shared stories

The Christian Performing Arts Center in Keller recently hosted writer Lisa Wingate.

Annual Run in the Dark adds longer distance

Event helps Community Storehouse assist Keller and Northwest students in need.

Helsley being on field for Chargers is victory

KISD Player of the Week After surviving childhood cancer, which included a then-radical treatment, Sam Helsley is grateful for the chance to play s...

Bobcats ready for district

NISD Football Though it finishes non-district 1-2, head coac...

District play underway, Keller picks up win

KISD Volleyball The Lady Indians were the only team to win t...

Keller puts pieces together for win

KISD Football All the school district’s teams will ha...

Lady Bobcats look to take momentum from district-opening victory

NISD Volleyball The hard-fought win against Keller Central i...

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NISD programs rack up top finishes in weekend meets

Cross Country No boys or girls side from either Northwest or B...

Assessing the state of our teams before district begins

The Lonnquist Notes And licking our wounds over the first week...

Falcons head back to Irving after Burleson win

KISD Football The surging offense has put up 97 points in its ...

District games tip off this week

KISD Volleyball Fossil Ridge and Keller will be the first to s...

Texans looking forward to Arlington Lamar game

NISD Football After losing to the team in the playoffs for two...

Editorial: Keller ISD’s classic clash over debt

Research shows that even a bare-bones bond plan might be too much for voters, despite its advantages for students and parents

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Support for John Hoffmann

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Honoring an American hero

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Stop trying to raise taxes

Keller says no again, so what else is new?

Voters rejected even a modest transportation bond proposal tha...