Service First and Success Follows

by Susan Neuhalfen If you had told me in graduate school that I would own a women’s retail shop I would have told you that you were crazy,” laughed Colin Grunewald, owner of the Palm Tree Boutique in the Denton

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Battle of the Bands Has an Argyle Connection

by Susan Neuhalfen For the hard core band geek, DCI is a common term. DCI stands for Drum Corps International, an organization that pits the very best marching bands in the world against each other for several showcased competitions all

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Argyle Graduate Races the Sun…and a Plane

by Susan Neuhalfen Argyle High School graduate Kelsey Landrum was selected from 56,000 applicants to compete in the ASICS Beat the Sun Race, known to many as the hardest running race in the world. A resident of Bartonville, Landrum represented

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Argyle’s New Middle School Opens in August

by Susan Neuhalfen It was only a matter of time before a new school would be built to accommodate the enormous growth in Argyle. This August, Argyle’s Middle School will be opening to 600 6th, 7th and 8th graders as

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Argyle Baseball Teams Falls One Win Shy of State Tournament

by Steve Gamel Argyle’s run to its first baseball state title in 2015 was, in a word, dominating. And even with several new faces this past season, the Eagles had enough core guys returning to believe defending that title was

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No Room for Hate

by Kathryn Flores Community Relations and Advertising Coordinator, Argyle Living & Lantana Living Kathryn@murray-media.com 214.734.5783 On July 4, 1776, the signers of the Declaration of Independence boldly asserted that all are “created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator

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Open Carry is Much Ado About Nothing

by Susan Neuhalfen Governor Gregg Abbott signed House Bill 910, the Texas Open Carry Bill for concealed handgun holders, into law and it went into effect on January 1 of this year. The new law allows Texans who currently hold

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What is Project Graduation?

by Susan Neuhalfen Starting around 6th grade, parents begin receiving information about events in Argyle that benefit Project Graduation. With their student’s graduation so far away, many wonder what exactly is Project Graduation and why is it necessary to start

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Argyle Wins Its Seventh Lone Star Cup

by Steve Gamel To no one’s surprise, Argyle’s streak as the best high school in Class 4A continues. The school captured its seventh Lone Star Cup in 11 years – and fifth in a row – when the University Interscholastic

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