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Making the grade: Crowley technical education center puts students on career path

Betty Dillard bdillard@bizpress.netWhen the economic recession and a resulting budget crunch put the kibosh on Crowley Independent School District opening a new $40 million...

Online fundraising project wins TCU values competition

An online tool for small organizations that rewards donors with coupons and discounts won out over 27 other socially conscious for-profit business plans at...

Committee appointed to seek permanent UNTHSC leader

UNT System Chancellor Lee Jackson announced the appointment of a 17-member Presidential Search Advisory Committee to seek candidates to lead the University of North...

Focus: Education and Training

Hartman named dean at TCU   Philip S. Hartman has been appointed dean of the College of Science and Engineering at Texas Christian University. He...

$45 million upgrade planned for TCU coliseum

Rendering courtesy of HKS ArchitectsBy Robert FrancisThe 52-year-old Daniel-Meyer Coliseum at TCU will receive a $45 million renovation once funds for the project are...

Exxon Mobil employees donate to Louisiana higher education

By A. Lee Graham Exxon Mobil Corp. of Irving and its employees are donating $2.37 million to higher education institutions across Louisiana as as...

TCU board approves staff raises, continues building program

Texas Christian University’s Board of Trustees approved a $511.9 million budget that will provide raises to the staff, pay for new positions and increase...

CEO pay hits 354 times that of average worker; up from 42 in 1980

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- Chief executives of the nation's largest companies earned an average of $12.3 million in total pay last year -- 354 times...

Richards, Barrentine fund business plan competition with values component

Gail Bennison Special to the Business Press   Three years ago, real estate entrepreneur Nancy Tartaglino Richards, chairman of First Preston HT, donated substantial...

The Third Annual Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Business Plan Competition

 Gail Bennison Special to the Business Press   The Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Business Plan Competition focuses on for-profit enterprises that impact society...

Entrepreneur program also teaches values

By Betty Dillard   Three years ago, real estate entrepreneur Nancy Tartaglino Richards, chairman of First Preston HT, donated substantial funding and commitment to help...

Children’s vegetable garden at Botanic Garden to promote healthy eating

By A. Lee GrahamThe seeds of healthier living are taking root at the newly expanded Children’s Vegetable Garden at Fort Worth Botanic Garden.At a...

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Former interim mayor Jewel Woods McKinney dies.

Jewel Marie Woods McKinney, 94, died May 23. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Grover Logan, Woodie...

Big 12 revenue distribution down only slightly amid pandemic

By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports WriterThe Big 12's revenue distribution to its 10 schools decreased only slightly because of the pandemic that...

WHAT’S UP FORT WORTH?

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Tarrant County reports 2 COVID-19 deaths

Tarrant County Public Health today reported two COVID-19 deaths. The deceased are a man in his 90s from Bedford and a woman...