Christmas is the time of year when compassion seems to be contagious, and the children of Rockwall County are no exception. Above, Amy Parks-Heath students Kane Renteria, Bryce Wurster, Beau Renteria, Olivia McKerrow, and Baylor Baumann, along with many other students in kinder-6th grade, put others before self and participated in the Helping Hands Toy Drive. All 65 angels were adopted and presents purchased to help the almost 700 children in Rockwall County whose families are in need this holiday.
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Heath DPS closes case, rules Moran death 'accidental'
Three months after the disappearance of 12-year-old Heath boy Ethan Moran, the City of Heath Department of Public Safety has officially closed the investigation, ruling Moran’s death an accident.
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- Heath DPS closes case, rules Moran death 'accidental'
Club Vaultitude, Texas Titans send huge numbers to Humble
Rockwall’s Club Vaultitude qualified 16 athletes in 19 events and the Texas Titans had 10 tracksters earn berths in 11 events to the USATF Junior Olympic Nationals with their performances during the Region 12 championships in San Marcos last week.
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- RISD athletes benefiting from conditioning camps
- Club Vaultitude, Texas Titans send huge numbers to Humble
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