Amazing Your Customers: First Things First

by Art Locke Focal Point Coaching If you’re a business owner, you’ve undoubtedly been advised to “wow your customers” with off-beat or even gimmicky ideas designed to make doing business with your company memorable.  I’m not arguing against finding ways to “wow” customers

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Kingdom Chess Camp Schedule for Summer

Kingdom Chess Camp will be happening again this summer hosted by chess coach and Hilltop Elementary counselor Michael Ball. Kingdom Chess Camp runs from 9am until noon and is held at the Argyle United Methodist Church. It is open to

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Black Diamond Affair: A Night at the Ranch

Argyle ISD supporters gathered at the Circle R Ranch on April 16 to support the Argyle Education Foundation’s Fund a Teacher campaign. The 11th annual Black Diamond Affair—A Night at the Ranch, presented by iTeach Texas—was a roaring success. Nearly

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Rocky Haire is the Right Person in Your Corner…Every Time

by Steve Gamel While looking back on his legal career, Rocky Haire pointed to one instance of gross injustice that not only pushed him into personal injury law, but helped shape how he defended those clients going forward. The incident

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Argyle Girls Coach Skip Townsend Honored by UIL

by Steve Gamel The accolades keep rolling in for Argyle girls basketball coach Skip Townsend. Townsend, who led the Lady Eagles to their second straight state title in March, was one of 15 people to earn the University Interscholastic League’s

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Argyle Middle Schooler is Raising the Bar in Pole Vaulting

by Susan Neuhalfen You’re never too young to set goals—just ask Argyle Middle School pole vaulter Caleb Murdock. Caleb saw an example of a goal setting page from former Argyle High School track star Spencer McCloud that his mother posted

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Suit Guy – Know Your Colors

by Jonny Willingham, Your Suit Guy 903.372.1428 When it comes to looking your best, there are a few things every man needs to know. A close shave, a trendy haircut and stylish shoes can really finish a look in ways

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Hitting the Bullseye Builds Confidence for Kids at Hilltop

Archery is one of the few sports that may be classified as an individual sport as well as a team sport. On one hand, a player is competing against other individuals as well as trying to best his or her

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Custody in Texas

by Charla Bradshaw, KoonsFuller Family Law Over the last thirty-five years, what is commonly referred to as “custody” has evolved into the creation of what is now called “Joint Managing Conservatorship”. Joint managing conservatorship was created in 1979 and was

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Top Summer Plants to Update Your Garden Beds

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions Warm air and rain, cold air and wind, tornadoes and sunshine…….it’s that time of year again where things are day-to-day and you never know what tomorrow’s weather has in store. We do hope everyone

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