Facts About Car Seat Safety

by Dr. Rebecca Butler I get many questions in my daily practice regarding the best way to keep children safe when riding in the vehicle. The laws and recommendations can be very confusing and, at times, contradictory. I have attached

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Liberty Christian Baseball: Starting Over with New Talented Faces

by Steve Gamel Liberty Christian’s head baseball coach Johnny Isom has a lot of confidence in what he called a young but talented Warrior team late last month. But he is pushing forward with cautious optimism. The core of Isom’s

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Finally a True Family Dental Practice

by Steve Gamel Dr. Matthew Artho and the Team of Country Lakes Dental It’s early on Monday morning and Dr. Matthew Artho is sitting in his office, loving life. That’s because in between catching up on a mound of paperwork

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A Special Feat for Argyle ISD

by Contributing Writer When Argyle ISD’s Special Olympics program emerged from the creativity of Denise Yeatts, it came with the idea that having a disability doesn’t make one disabled. “… My son David has Down’s Syndrome, which I prefer to

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Zika Virus Leaves North Texas with Health Concerns

by Susan Neuhalfen News about a mosquito-borne virus that has shown to be transmitted through humans has been buzzing around North Texas and instilling worry into pregnant women, who are especially concerned because of the possible birth defects it can

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2nd Annual W Conference Coming to Argyle in April

by Susan Neuhalfen Guest speakers, small group sessions and musical performances will highlight the second annual W Conference in Argyle on April 15-16. The serene, seven-acre Cathedral in the Woods is the setting for this Christian women’s conference which focuses

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B Noble Farms: No Longer A Diamond in the Rough

by Steve Gamel What used to be an unknown blessing in the community has become a popular beacon of hope for not only neglected animals in need of a forever home, but for other people who want to help make

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Prenuptial Agreements: “To Do” Before “I Do?”

by KoonsFuller Law Firm The minute you get engaged is the minute you begin realistically thinking about the  “to do” list for your wedding. “Where are we going to have it? Should we have it inside or outside? Spring or

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Argyle and Liberty Christian Repeat as Basketball State Champions

by Steve Gamel The Argyle girls basketball team and its private-school counterpart from down the street, Liberty Christian, have been at the top of their game all season long. No matter how many top-ranked opponents stood in their way, both

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Pancakes and an Easter Egg Hunt…Sign Me Up!

by Mayor Peggy Krueger We are about to enjoy Argyle’s 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Town of Argyle,  our schools and our local churches. I have been asked how in the world that these three groups, representing

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