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Golf

Plans Revealed for the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch

Private hospitality venues are already sold out for the May 9-15 tournament, which will be back at full capacity and feature a Saturday night concert.
By Jordan Perez
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Golf

Choctaw Casinos & Resorts Named Presenting Sponsor of ClubCorp Classic

ClubCorp CEO David Pillsbury believes, within the four-year sponsorship lifetime, the Las Colinas Country Club-hosted tournament can grow charitable impact into the seven figures.
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My Reality

Dr. Jessica Gomez on the Value of Leaders Who Have Walked the Walk

“It’s different talking about DEI when you have had the first hand experience of living through these issues,” says the executive director of Momentous Institute.
By Catherine Rosas
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Personnel Moves

Dallas Stars Name Former NHL Player Álvaro ‘Al’ Montoya Director of Community Outreach

Plus, former Obama Administration attorney joins Katten, KDC names exec to lead new leasing division, and more.
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Business Briefs

AT&T Byron Nelson Generates $5.5 Million for Momentous Institute

Plus: Boutique hotel Indigo breaks ground in Irving; Navy Federal Credit Union expands DFW footprint; and more.

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Personnel Moves

Local Fintech Company, Zirtue, Lands Former Venmo and PayPal Exec

Plus, United Way of Tarrant County and Momentous Institute welcome new executive directors.
By Diante Marigny
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Sports

What Fans Should Expect at This Week’s AT&T Byron Nelson

Organizers of the annual PGA TOUR event at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney promise to “bring the party back.”
By Jordan Perez
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Charity

Momentous Institute Will Hang in There Without Byron Nelson Tournament

One of the finest organizations in this city could use your help.
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Home Rule

Suggestions for Home Rule Commission No. 10 – Mayoral Involvement

The last of 10 proposals for the home rule commission
By Eric Celeste
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Home Rule

Suggestions for Home Rule Commission No. 2: Board Accountability

If we want to raise student outcomes, we need to tie results to trustee special elections
By Eric Celeste