Mayor’s Corner

by Mayor Peggy Krueger I am proud to announce that the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Commission has just awarded the Town of Argyle a Non-Urban Outdoor Grant consisting of a 50% matching grant ($500,000) to go towards the essential

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Granny J Eats

Take a little ride to Denton to a very busy place called Oldwest Café. You will be swept away in the hustle and bustle of cleaning dishes, people talking and the energetic waitstaff. Trouble parking is normal, but worth the

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After the Goal

by Art Locke, Focal Point Coaching, ArtLockeCoaching.com We live in a success-oriented society where there can be significant rewards for personal achievement such as high self-esteem, money, fame, a long life, deep spirituality, a lasting legacy, and so on. It

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Getting a Happy Healthy Lawn

by PJ Kratohvil Complete Solutions 214.735.1364 Warmer weather, rain, hail, stormy nights and even cold snaps…yep, it’s April in Texas! We hope everyone had a great Easter and is looking forward to getting outside if you haven’t already and getting

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What is a Trigger Point?

“Train to Live Healthy, Energetic, and Injury Free.” –Meredith S. Tittle PT, DPT, OCS Call us or visit our website for more details! www.s2sperform.com www.facebook.com/s2sperform/ Instagram @s2sperform Twitter @s2sperform It is safe to say that we have all experienced that

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Fail to Plan then Plan to Pay

by Adam Burrows of The Law Offices of Dale Burrows, DaleBurrows.com, 972.304.6000 Many people mistakenly believe that estate planning is only for the wealthy. In reality, a basic estate plan is essential for everyone regardless of net-worth, income, or socioeconomic

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Developing Faith First

by Steve Gamel Before online registration was big, the leaders of the Spiritual Life Department at Liberty Christian School relied on sign-up sheets for their annual mission trips. The idea was to come in early on the first day of

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Dreams Lost Become Hope Realized

by Susan Neuhalfen Shoot for the Stars on Saturday, May 14th at Arygle High School Alex Betzhold was an extremely bright and athletic 13 year-old 7th grader.  A student at Argyle Middle School, he was very active playing both football

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Argyle Director Elected to the American Bandmasters Association

by Pamela Arrington Who is the leader behind the direction of one of the states most recognized high school bands? On any given Friday night during the fall at an Argyle High School Football game spectators have the pleasure of

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Dallas Nationals are Restoring Faith in Baseball

by Susan Neuhalfen 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the field at the Dallas Nationals is open to its players to practice. They may seem like any other team in select baseball complete with training facility, coaching staff

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