Two years ago, Leslie and her children attended Night of Hope at South Euless Elementary. She was mere weeks removed from a cesarean section, and still recovering from the operation. Her newborn child had his first Christmas in the halls of his siblings’ elementary school. Strangers selected and purchased gifts for the entire family that…

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Kristina Rogers, founder of Letters and Marques, assisted with this article. When I sat down with Dorothy Noote, I knew I was in for something unique. A former registered nurse of 45 years turned 6 Stones counselor, she brings a unique energy to every conversation. At “72 years young,” she bubbles over with inner peace…

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As local legends go, Steve Lineweaver ranks among the most recognizable figures in our community. His decades-long tenure at Trinity High School brought the district its first (and second, and third) State Championship in football. More importantly, his time as a coach in HEB ISD impacted thousands of young men who looked to him for…

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BEDFORD — As the scoreboard at Pennington Field ticked down to zero and the home side of the stadium roared its approval, everything seemed commonplace. The Trinity Trojan football team walked away from the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District’s annual rivalry game with another lopsided win, and Lawrence D. Bell High School went home with another…

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The New Hope Center is older than 6 Stones. Much older. The emergency food and clothing center on North Industrial Boulevard began as a simple clothing closet at First Baptist Church of Euless. That was 25 years ago. Since then, the once-migratory clothing closet has put down roots and picked up more than a few…

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