Confederate Monument Removed In DentonThe Confederate monument at the downtown square in Denton has been removed.
Final Statue Of Dallas Confederate Monument At Pioneer Park RemovedAll the statues of the Confederate monument at Pioneer Park in Dallas have now been removed.
Dallas Given Green Light To Remove Confederate MonumentDallas is now allowed to remove its Confederate monument at Pioneer Park after an appeals court dissolved an order that had barred the city from taking it down.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate MonumentBehind a fence, covered in tarps sits the last of Dallas' Confederate monuments at Pioneer Cemetery, a block from Dallas City Hall.
Texas Bill Would Let Voters Decide On Confederate MonumentsRemoval of Confederate and other historical markers would need approval from voters or state lawmakers under a bill that won initial approval by the state Senate on Tuesday.
Confederate Monument Vandalized Days After Dallas City Council Votes To Remove ItSomeone used red spray paint to scrawl an expletive, with three letter K’s at the end, along with the words “Trump” and “Freedom,” at the base of the 120-year-old memorial.
Dallas Leaders Delay Action On Confederate War MemorialThe city says it does not know what to do with the monument once it is removed from the site.
Dallas Approves Another $375K For Removal & Relocation Of Confederate Monument The Dallas City Council will pay another $375,000 for the removal and relocation of a Confederate monument.
Dallas Leaders Continue To Scrub City Of Confederate TributesThe Confederate War Memorial at Pioneer Plaza will also be targeted for removal.
City Of Dallas Answers Questions About Future Of Confederate Statue"We are currently searching for a company that has a crane available for this type of job and is willing to do it," the city said.
Push To Move Lamar County Confederate Monument FailsTempers flared in Paris on Friday over the possibility of moving a Confederate monument that has been in place for more than a century. However, after a vote resulted in a tie, the monument will stay.
New Orleans Takes Down 3rd Confederate-Era MonumentWorkers in New Orleans have taken down a Confederate monument to Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, the third of four such monuments to come down in the city.