Archery is the New Bowling in Texas

by Susan Neuhalfen The biggest thing in archery is right here in our own backyard. “It’s the best kept secret in Texas,” said Joe Musacchio, owner of Cinnamon Creek Ranch in Roanoke. It’s not only the best kept secret, the

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Furry or Not, Ranch Hand Rescue Believes that All Life is Precious

by Susan Neuhalfen Doris Roberts saved my life,” were Ranch Hand Rescue Founder Bob Williams first words about his debilitating stroke that forced him into a year-long recovery that ultimately saved his life and many others. Yes, THAT Doris Roberts.

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Pitch Counts: A Rule Worth Adopting

by Steve Gamel Practically everyone has been talking about this lately, so I figure it’s time for me to throw my two cents into the conversation. Well, barely two cents, anyway. The topic: limiting pitch counts for high school pitchers.

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Argyle is Making a Whole Lot of Racquet Over Youth Tennis

by Susan Neuhalfen It started as most things do in Argyle. One parent has an idea and she shares it with someone else. The idea then grows into something big thanks to the hard work and dedication of many parents

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It’s All About the Consequences

by Art Locke, Focal Point Coaching, ArtLockeCoaching.com Decades ago when I was working as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa, Henry, our hard-working regional director and chief liaison with the local government, proudly subscribed to the mantra “Busy, Busy, Busy.”

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Liberty Christian Baseball Season Recap

by Steve Gamel One of the more loaded baseball teams in TAPPS 5A next season may be right here in Argyle. There’s no denying this was a breakout year for Liberty Christian, which despite falling two wins shy of earning

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Control vs. Controlling You

by Kathryn Flores Community Relations and Advertising Consultant “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” – Albert Einstein I

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Rain, Rain and More Rain

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com   We sure have gotten our share of the “Texas rainy season” over the last month. If you haven’t had to deal with any local flooding, consider yourself lucky! With even the best

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Bugs, Bugs and More Bugs!

by Dr. Rebecca Bulter Owner, Lantana Pediatrics 940.455.7200 The warmer weather is here and that means bugs! With all of the rain we have had, we will be encountering many mosquitoes, ticks and other insects that can make children miserable

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Mayor’s Corner

by Mayor Peggy Krueger It’s hard to believe another school year is in the books! Congratulations to the 2016 State Champion Argyle Boys’ Golf team. Could it be possible the district will once again be awarded the Lone Star Cup?

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