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District 10-5A Preview & Predictions

Aug 29, 2012 • by Tim Polzer •
Can a Plano school end Allen's long run of district championships? More

Fifth Annual Pangos All-South

Oct 11, 2011 • by Horace Neysmith • All Metro Sports
ATLANTA,GA - AMS was at the Fifth Annual Pangos All-South Camp this weekend hosted by Dinos Trigonis at Holy Innocence School in Atlanta. The All-South Camp has long been a staple in the fall camp More

Presenting: Readers' Choice Basketball Preview Cover Polls

Oct 5, 2011 • by Tim Polzer •
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VYPE DFW readers can help select some of the 40-plus area boys and girls players to appear on the covers of our November basketball preview magazine. More

VYPE DFW's Top 75 Class of 2012 Recruits

Mar 28, 2011 •
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Several recruits have moved their way up our updated rankings after receiving offers or making commitments to major colleges. New names have also been added after receiving interest. More

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Texas teacher offered good grades for sex secrets: police

Nov 24, 2014 • New York Daily News
One day, Quigley gave her a "written contract" promising to give her a grade of at least an 85 percent in his class if she did not tell anyone about his messages or their sexual relations and stayed away from his wife, also a Richardson High School ... More

Richardson Police Arrest Teacher For Improper Relationship With Student

Nov 21, 2014 • CBS Local
RICHARDSON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Richardson police have arrested a high school teacher for having sex with a student. Police say the parent of a 16-year-old girl at Richardson High School called them to say teacher James Quigley had sent the teen ... More

Mohamed's Fight

Nov 24, 2014 • The Texas Observer
The Muslim community in Denton opened North Texas' first mosque in 1981 and its first Muslim cemetery in 1990. But at the time, Elibiary was more influenced by Ross Perot, who gave a lecture at Richardson High School that helped shape his fledgling ... More

Sounding Off: Richardson-area readers tell us whether the're satisfied with ...

Nov 6, 2014 • Dallas Morning News
Neil J. Orleans, Richardson: Unfortunately the shortcomings of the Veterans [health] Administration are well documented. Even though the scandals involving the VA are no longer in the news, the fundamental, systemic problems afflicting the VA have not ... More

Richardson ISD official says it's too early to analyze STAAR results

Nov 7, 2014 • Dallas Morning News
For Texas school districts — high achieving and low, affluent and not, urban and suburban — the lack of progress on STAAR standardized testing is consistent. Three years of stagnant statewide average test scores were matched by flat results in the ... More

The Five Best High School Football Stadiums in DFW

Oct 1, 2014 • Dallas Observer (blog)
Saying that high school football is big in Texas will elicit a lot of "duh" looks. In fact, if you look in a mirror right .... Fun fact: In 1979, according to the News, teens tried to burn "RHS," for Richardson High School, into the astroturf. The ... More

Hundreds Sickened at North Texas High School

Feb 3, 2014 • NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
239 students missed class Monday at Richardson High School, they're all battling a stomach bug that's making hundred of students and staff sick since last week. (Published Monday, Feb 3, 2014). Students that were in attendance Monday were prepared. More

Richardson School Illness Believed to be Norovirus

Feb 4, 2014 • NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Before determining the illnesses were caused by norovirus, Richardson High School administrators said the mystery illness wasn't the flu and that it wasn't coming from the cafeteria food. While officials worked to identify what was behind the illness ... More

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