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It’s time to bust out your magnifying glass and notepad because the Keller Parks and Recreation Department is beginning its first “I Spy in July” citywide photo...
The Keller Fire Department raised approximately $10,350 for its annual “Fill the Boot” campaign benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). More than...
Dr. Reid, Superintendent of Tyler ISD since 2007, was welcomed as the lone finalist by a 5-0 vote at a Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees on Monday, July...
Tarrant County officials are again implementing a “No Refusal” Fourth of July holiday, but this time they’re also bleeding for their cause. During a press...
Searching for the best spot to celebrate July 4th with family and friends? There are tons of events with music, food, and fireworks all across North Texas that...
New feature allows readers to find news, topics by community BubbleLife Media launched a new reader service today called Neighborhood Search on its network of...
Welcome to another North Texas summer. Gotta love a place where summer temperatures normally push the 100-degree mark on a daily basis, and I hope we do not...
Robert Cox – Guest Contributor
Jun 29 2012
Keller’s fourth annual Jazz in June Concert Series concluded last night with the swingin’ sounds of Latin Express. The final concert took place at 7:30 p.m. on...
Robert Cox – Guest Contributor
Jun 28 2012
The heat wasn’t the only tropical thing about Keller this week. Ke Anuenue brought the dances and sounds of Hawaii to the Keller Town Hall on Wednesday, June...
Timber Creek High School swimmer Aaron Greene will become the first Keller ISD product to participate in the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials this week as he...