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by BA - 9 months ago

RIP: NDG Mourns the Passing of Long-time Editor and Friend

For many years now, Ruth Elaine Ferguson has been a conduit of news and information to the African American community, as well as others, through her work as the editor of the North Dallas Gazette. She began as a contributing writer, and earned her way to helm the editorial end of the newspaper. She...

by BA - 9 months ago

Local: District staff a source of pride in difficult times

By Joyce Foreman Dallas ISD District 6 I continue to be amazed at the work our district employees are accomplishing as we deal with the repercussions of COVID-19. To date, Dallas ISD Food and Nutrition Services has distributed some 4 million meals to district families at meal sites and partnered wit...

by BA - 9 months ago

Folk Research Centre Saddened By Passing Of Joyce Auguste

Press Release:– The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) is saddened by the passing of Ms. Joyce  Auguste eminent folklorist and one of the pioneers in the production and recording of Saint Lucia folk music. Joyce’s relationship with the Folk Research Centre dated back to the 1970s...

by BA - 9 months ago

Why does God allow evil and disease?

Sister Tarpley NDG Religion Editor “If you, O Lord, kept a record of sins, O Lord, who could stand.” (Psalm 130:3) One of the most common questions every person wrestles with in life is this: “God, if You are loving, just, and all-powerful, why do You allow good people to suffer?” Many choose not to...

by BA - 9 months ago

Sir Clive Hesitant About England Tour

Trinidad Guardian:– Legendary former West Indies skipper Sir Clive Lloyd has reservations about the West Indies touring England at the moment to contest a three-Test series. Cricket West Indies (CWI) as expected to meet next week to finalise whether the team will be touring England in early Ju...