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Dutch Bros. Coffee Is Plotting an Invasion, Here’s What to Know

22 days ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
Brothers Dane and Travis Boersma, founders of Dutch Bros. Coffee, were third-generation dairy farmers before dabbling in the coffee drive-thru business. According to their website, in 1992 they “bought a double-head espresso machine, cranked up the stereo, threw open the barn doors and started experimenting with 100 pounds of beans.”...

Salman Bhojani Got Elected to Euless City Council. What Now?

3 years ago by Stephen Young
Euless lawyer Salman Bhojani did it. After a losing run for City Council two years ago, he scored an apparent victory Saturday night, finishing 37 votes ahead of Molly Maddux when all the ballots were counted. While he still faces a potential recount — Maddux has not conceded, talked to...

Cinépolis' New Movie Theater in Euless Offers a Glimpse at Plans for Victory Park

4 years ago by Danny Gallagher
Cinépolis won't officially enter the Dallas luxury movie theater fray until 2018 when it opens its theater in Victory Park, but its newest theater in Euless could give us a glimpse of what's to come downtown. The luxury movie theater chain, which moved its headquarters to Addison last year, opened...

From Across the Pond Finds Some Success Pivoting Methods

9 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
From Across the Pond has been serving English fare in North Richland Hills for more than a decade. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it hit them hard.  “We literally did 99% of our business through dine-in,” owner Lee Herdman says. "Take-out was maybe 1% of our business." “We used...

Meet the Euless City Council Candidate Who's Made Jonathan Stickland So, So Mad

3 years ago by Stephen Young
Until last week, Salman Bhojani was just running for Euless City Council. The Euless attorney, who became a U.S. citizen in 2006 before putting himself through law school at SMU, thought his suburb's council could use a little more diversity, and decided to do something about. Then state Rep. Jonathan...

The City of Euless Wants to Enforce Towing Regulations, So Towers Are Threatening to Sue

8 years ago by Amy Martyn
For a moment, it seemed that one small suburb in north Texas was prepared to take on the tow truck industry. It was less of a crackdown and more of an "education campaign," according to Euless Police Department Lieutenant E.J. Starnes. The police were concerned that apartment complexes had made...

The Feds are Suing a Euless Apartment Complex for Refusing to House 'Curry People'

8 years ago by Eric Nicholson
By most measures, the Stone Bridge at Bear Creek in Euless is a typical mid-priced suburban apartment complex. There's covered parking and a couple of swimming pools. What little green space there is is well-manicured. The building facades are done in a bland but tasteful red brick. To spot the...

Euless Man Says Whataburger Fired Him For Marrying A Black Woman

11 years ago by Andrea Grimes
In a federal lawsuit filed last month in the Northern District Court of Texas, a Euless man and 10-year employee of Whataburger claims he was wrongfully terminated for marrying an African-American woman. Court documents say Michael Young was warned that Whataburger management was "old school" and that his relationship could...

Euless Man Files Suit Over Being Pepper Sprayed by a Tow Truck Driver

6 years ago by Amy Martyn
What happens if you're an apartment-dweller who catches a wrecker driver in the act of illegally towing your car? You get attacked, according to a personal injury lawsuit filed in Tarrant County on Wednesday. Damion Gilbert says in his suit that he had already once caught Excalibur towing about to...

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