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NUESTRA VOZ DE NORTH TEXAS



Letters from the Editor

Election season is almost over for this cycle. In Dallas voters will decide between Monica Alonzo and Omar Narvaez, in Arlington between Marvin Sutton and Roxanne Thalman and in Fort Worth between Carlos Flores and Steve Thornton.

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My Journey to Havana III

My Journey to Havana PART 3 It was 5 a.m. and we were meeting the regatta to make our 90-mile journey in the predawn darkness. We were just outside the Stock Island channel ...

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A soldiers' Story

The article indicates that "post-traumatic stress disorder" (PTSD) is a clinical label is the modern day term "Mal de Susto – (Fear-Sickness)” or just plain “Susto”...

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I ain't afraid of no ghosts

When you imagine, a frightening character running around covered in a white hood, possibly screaming frightening demands, you may assume it’s your run of the mill angry ghost. But, in this case you won’t find a disfigured ghoul under that hood...

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Latin American Clubs – A blank page of history

While the Chicano Movement was gathering steam in the US different kind of Chicano movement was occurring in Europe...

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Gladiator

As a candidate for elective office I used to tell my fellow candidates that campaigns were like gladiator events, if you can’t stand the sight of blood you don’t belong in the arena. Another lesson

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The Importance of Education for Latinos

The majority of people from Hispanic backgrounds highly values higher education. According to pewsearch.org, 83%...

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Marvin Sutton Arlington City Council

I would like to introduce myself to those who don't personally know me. I am a veteran (USAF) who served honorably for eight years, securing nuclear weapons and controlling our friendly skies as a military air traffic controller. I swore to defend and protect the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I continue to uphold that oath as an air traffic controller, serving with over 29 years in the profession. I was one of the few controllers on duty during 9-1-1, securing and defending our National Airspace System. I'm an election judge and a volunteer deputy voter registrar, serving our communities for over 15 years, supporting stability in our polling stations and registering thousands of Arlington voters...

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Steve Thornton: The populist candidate

He is the populist candidate. This is a return trip for Steve Thornton. He ran last time barely losing the election to the incumbent. The close election led him to believe that he had been robbed a little. In his words in a firefighter’s words “Firefighter’s finish the task.”. That is why he is running. To finish the task. Steve Thornton believes in the status quo but he is not running as a rubber stamp for city hall. He feels that the neighborhood has been forgotten and neglected too long and needs better representation. He is committed to be a part of the community and “Make my barrio better place to live.” Steve Thornton moved to North Texas from San Antonio to attend North Texas State University. He got his degree

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Steve Thornton District 2

Most candidates running for office spend their time in print touting and sometimes exaggerating their accomplishments. I think however, it important at this time to focus on you the residents of our neighborhood and two important definitions....

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Carlos Flores for Place 2

I am Carlos Flores, the only candidate born and raised in Fort Worth’s Northside in District 2. My family has deep roots in the Northside and Diamond Hill. I am an All Saints Catholic School Alumnus and Nolan High School Alumnus...

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The Cowboy Draft

Most of us owe our success to getting a good public education. There is a strong movement within our Nation called School Choice and vouchers which may sound great but is nothing more than a movement to gut our great public education system..

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When you can help a Youth

When you can help a youth, who found that high school was not the path for them, and give them the opportunity to earn their GED and or learn a trade that will be financially rewarding to them

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Indivisible Denton

It was April of 2015 when I traveled south of the border to work in Chihuahua, Mexico for the first time. Being from Texas, and somewhat familiar with Mexican culture, there was still much to learn. Excited and full of anxiety about this new

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When they take the low road we take the high road

Michelle Obama said it best. When they take the low road, we take the high road. She said this in reference to the negativity of the Trump Campaign. I can recall my campaign days when I would advise other candidates that politics was like a gladiator event...

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It was a long journey

This was my farewell to Spain trip. This trip was kind of sentimental given the number of years I spent in Spain. It is hard to turn your back and say I will never return especially when I spent so many years there and Spanish blood runs in the veins of my children.

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Alvarez vs Chavez Junior: The Beating of a Zombie

Saturday night the big fight finally happened. Unfortunately, it was about Saul “Canelo” Alvarez mercilessly beating up a walking corpse, -a zombie! The Julio Cesar Chavez junior, the son of the legendary champion of the same name, never showed up. Maybe it’s because he doesn’t exist.

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