Ann Zimmerman

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  • 16 years ago

    On the Monday before the new millennium, Legend Airlines' new work force, which numbers 150 and still counting, show up for their first day of training. Thirty flight attendants, a dozen pilots, and about 20 customer representatives arrive at the ...

  • 16 years ago

    Sandwiched between Central Expressway and Southern Methodist University, University Gardens is a housing oasis -- an aging but genteel condominium complex offering all the amenities of the Park Cities without the steep prices. Its 350 units house ...

  • 16 years ago

    Dr. Robert Haley, chief of epidemiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, sounds as exuberant as a schoolboy winning his first science fair when he talks about all the media attention garnered by his team's latest study on Gu...

  • 16 years ago | Longform

    The first thought Mike Perryman had as he climbed out of bed that Sunday morning nearly two years ago was that it was his son Colt's birthday. His quiet, brainy boy, his first-born son, his hunting buddy and best friend, was turning 15, and for th...

  • 16 years ago

    This Is How We Do It" blares on the sound system, its driving rhythm pumping up the already fevered crowd. Preteens in their Tommy Hilfiger uniforms and fluorescent-colored skates sail across the polished maple floor, shrieking as they pick up spe...

  • 16 years ago

    When we last left the city marshal's office, officers were upset that a sergeant was allowed to continue working for months after he admitted taking an unauthorized loan from the Dallas Police Patrolman's Union ("Marshal law," August 5). They also...

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