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Cheers and Jeers
Cheers: To Ken and Daniel at Service King Collision Repair on West Loop 820. They brought back the way a customer should be treated.
Lynda Dodson, Benbrook
Cheers: To the intensive cardiac rehab team at Texas Health Resources, Fort Worth: Anita, Brenda, Caitlin, Jessie, Megan, Pat and Patty. Your hard work and personal dedication made a tough program enjoyable and positive. Thanks from Rick, Darin and Dave. Cheers also to Dr. Machos and Chef Heitmeier.
Dave Stringer, Fort Worth
Cheers: To Linda, Gerald and Bill, AARP Tax-Aide preparers, for their time, dedication, knowledge and patience. We are blessed.
Ann and Roland Kelley, Colleyville
Cheers: To the person who paid for my dinner at Catfish & Company in Hurst on April 12.
Bettye Ratliff, Hurst
Cheers: To the Arlington police officer who took a fake gun away from a kid, instead of the alternative. Really quick thinking.
Brooks Todd, Arlington
Cheers: To the wonderful vets and staff at The Cat’s Meow Veterinary Hospital. I took my beloved 15-year-old cat, Katie, to them. She was so sick but she still started purring. She had to be euthanized but they were so kind! It eased her passing.
Sue Davis, Fort Worth
Cheers: To Kimberly Johnson and the workers from Corelogic who saved a baby duck from death in a drain. The duck was saved and money raised to send it to a wildlife center. These wonderful people made up for uncaring security and maintenance staff.
Robert Parker, Fort Worth
Cheers: To the recent inductees to the National Junior Honor Society at Cross Timbers Middle School. Jeers to the two fathers in the front row who found their iPhones more important than the ceremony. Great example to set.
Cheers: To Tarrant Roofing, especially Roger Walden and his crew. Roger took care of everything. In by 6 a.m. and gone before 3 p.m. Excellent.
Jeers: To the irresponsible person in a white pickup who backed into my parked car, doing significant damage, on March 31 and then drove off. Cheers to the Fed Ex driver who witnessed this and found me in my doctor’s north Arlington office to tell me about it.
Patty Baker, Mansfield
Cheers: To Dr. Michael Morris and staff at Animal Hospital Southwest. Dr Morris has provided care for our loved ones for more than 30 years, always with exceptional knowledge, kindness and compassion. Recently he was there for us with our loss and we are forever grateful.
Ellen and Emily O’Neal, Fort Worth
Cheers: To the Burleson High School Prom After Dark committee for putting together a safe and fun party for students after the prom. Thanks to Sheila Borowski, Cora... (Fort Worth Star Telegram)Apr 22, 2016
Wife of Van Cliburn pianist charged with capital murder in death of daughters
Van Cliburn piano competition winner Vadym Kholodenko with capital murder after she was found stabbed and her daughters were found dead last week in Benbrook, southwest of Fort Worth.
Authorities believe Sofya Tsygankova, 31, killed her daughters and stabbed herself before her husband was scheduled to pick up his children for a regular visit. She is recovering at a hospital, where she’s being held in lieu of $2 million bail, Benbrook police announced Monday.
“We have probable cause, reason to believe that she committed the homicides,” Benbrook police Cmdr. David Babcock said, adding that police collected physical evidence at the scene.
Kholodenko, a Ukrainian pianist who performs with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, called 911 Thursday morning after he found his daughters dead in their beds and their mother in an “extreme state of distress,” police said.
Kholodenko performed a concerto with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra during finals of the 2013 Van Cliburn piano competition in Fort Worth. (File Photo/Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Police said his daughters Nika Kholodenko, 5, and Michaela Kholodenko, 1, had no visible signs of trauma. Initial autopsy reports came back inconclusive, and toxicology results were pending, Babcock said.
Babcock did not provide details about how they died, other than to say they suffered “homicidal violence.”
Police said Tsygankova had been held at John Peter Smith Hospital in ... (Dallas Morning News (blog))
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