Hundreds of flights have been canceled over the long Presidents Day weekend, as a winter storm rolled through parts of the Midwest and Northeast on Sunday and Monday.
While classmates hit the books on this President’s day, fifth grade students from Carrollton’s Janie Stark elementary were learning history—hands on.
The DeSoto Independent School District announced Saturday that students will not have Presidents’ Day off.
President’s Day marks a special time of the year where the nation comes together to commemorate all of the advancements that have been made to build this great country. Dallas is the proud host of several educational exhibits and events that are put forth in honor of this momentous holiday. From museum exhibitions to year round lecture series, Dallas has multiple ways for its residents to learn about both presidential and American history just within the city’s walls.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi praised George H.W. Bush as she spoke Monday evening on potentially hostile turf at Texas A&M University.
The North Texas birthplace of Dwight D. Eisenhower honored his memory with a monument being dedicated on President’s Day.
Most of us across North Texas were about 25 degrees above normal on Thursday morning!