JT Clothiers: As Fate Would Have It

After spending his whole life at JT Clothiers, owner Jimmy Tritt was at a crossroads. The location that he had been leasing for 31 years was closing and he couldn’t find just the right place to move his store. Then

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Do You Believe in Angels?

by Susan Neuhalfen For some reason during the holidays our emotions run high. Our belief in miracles, and mankind increases and just hearing Clarence get his wings on It’s a Wonderful Life brings us to tears. But are there such

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Liberty Christian Students Celebrate Lifelong Friendship

by Susan Neuhalfen Sydney Ruocco is one remarkable young lady. A 7th grader at Liberty Christian, she met her best friend in pre-K and they were as thick as thieves. One day Sydney got an infraction at school on purpose

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Getting Holiday Stress Under Control

by Susan Neuhalfen There are no two ways about it – the holidays cause stress for all of us in one form or another. In addition to our already overwhelming day-to-day lives, we have to do the holiday balancing act,

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Where Will We All Sleep Tonight?

by Dawn Sprayman As night comes earlier and the temperature drops, more and more families right here in Denton County are finding themselves without a safe place to sleep at night….tonight. What can they do? What would you do if

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Argyle Signing Day 2016

by Steve Gamel There are two major college signing days each year, one in November and the other in February. In each case, Argyle High School never fails to produce a large number of quality athletes who end up signing

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Liberty Christian Girls Basketball: A New Beginning

by Steve Gamel Liberty Christian girls basketball coach Ken Burroughs has had to retool his roster plenty of times over the years. And while Burroughs will never admit it, it’s safe to say he made it look easy. Five state

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The Tooth of the Matter

Dr. Matt is a practicing dentist and owner of Country Lakes Family Dental www.CountryLakesDental.com That all-too familiar feeling is in the air. Homes wrapped in lights, doors covered in wreaths, and Christmas trees seen through the windows. The holidays are

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Molluscum Contagiosum

by Dr. Rebecca Butler, who is Board Certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is proud to be a resident of Lantana and the owner of Lantana

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Volleyball: Argyle Falls Short in Bid to Defend State Title

by Steve Gamel For the last few years, Argyle’s volleyball team was widely regarded as one of the more dominant programs in the state. So it seemed winning another state title in 2016 was a given. But you can’t win

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