Changing Lives is Just Part of What We Do

Each year, 6-8 million cats and dogs enter animal shelters throughout the United States. Due to low adoption rates, most of these animals never find a forever home. Animal shelters are forced to cope with animal overpopulation through euthanasia. That’s

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Marine Walks the Walk

by Susan Neuhalfen How does one find his purpose? For Marine Larry Hinkle, it was a series of events followed by tragedy. “It was like Groundhog Day. I was working a corporate job, going home, waking up and doing it

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Here Comes the Sun

by Susan Neuhalfen For nearly a decade, Liberty Christian has built, engineered and raced solar cars as part of an extra-curricular activity at the school. The team has raced at a high school level for years but chose last year

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Renovation Rock Stars

Major home renovations are typically made about once a decade. That’s why it’s important to do it right the first time. Expenses such as an interior decorator are outside the budget for many, but when making such a costly, long-term

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Grandparents’ Rights to Grandchildren

by Charla Bradshaw, KoonsFuller Family Law Historically, grandparents have played a vital role in the development, nurturing, and care-giving of their grandchildren. Questions tend to arise, however, when a grandchild’s parents separate, divorce, pass away, become incarcerated, or are found

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Seven Keys to Increasing Your Productivity

by Art Locke, Focal Point Coaching ArtLockeCoaching.com 1. Have Clear, Written Goals The starting point for high productivity is clear goals for yourself, your company and your employees. For goals to be effective, they should be SMART: specific, measurable, alignedwith

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Eagles: An Easy Pick to Win State

by Steve Gamel When a team like Argyle has the good fortune to play in a state title game practically every year, it’s easy for football fanatics to see that team as an easy pick to do it again the

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Wildhorse Grill at Robson Ranch is Now Open to All

Going out to dinner sounds nice. Then you think about the wait, the pagers, the parking, the ice cold air conditioning and the noise. Kind of kills the mood, doesn’t it? Why not go in the other direction to a

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Writing Thank You Notes

by Susan Neuhalfen With the onset of computers, email and social media, writing thank you notes (especially handwritten ones) has become a somewhat obsolete act.   Yet many of us have been touched by thank you notes and have even kept

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Swimmers Ear

by Dr. Rebecca Butler Lantana Pediatrics Acute otitis externa (AOE), also known as “swimmer’s ear”, is a common problem encountered in the summer months well into the fall here in Texas. With the heat index rising and kids out of

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