Measles Six Cases and Counting

by Dr. Rebecca Butler “ six confirmed cases among unvaccinated people” state health officials have said. I would like to take this opportunity as a healthcare provider in a dramatically changing industry to impress upon our community that the consequences

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Makeover Of The Month: Andrea Fernandez

Salon regular Amy Carey nominated her boss Andrea Fernandez for a makeover. She said that Andrea deserved it because despite working full-time and going to school, she remains a positive influence on her co-workers and always maintains a great outlook. According

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Help 4 U Annual Gala

Pregnancy Help 4 U is a free medical clinic that provides information and services for unplanned pregnancies. On April 20, 2018 starting at 6:30pm there will be a Gala held at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. They ask

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“Comfort” Is Still Our Middle Name

by Steve Gamel Southern Comfort Mechanical has been keeping families in Denton County cool in the summer and warm in the winter for the past 10 years and will continue to do so under the leadership of its new owner

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Former Argyle Kicker Returning to Town for Final College Season

by Steve Gamel Cole Hedlund was arguably the best kicker in Argyle High School football history. Beginning next fall, local fans may be seeing more of him. The Denton Record-Chronicle reported last month that Hedlund has transferred to the University

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Transitioning into Spring

by Rebecca Grunewald It’s never too early to start thinking about your new spring look – especially here in Texas. Here are some great looks put together by our friends at the Palm Tree Boutique with three North Texas locations

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Is Your Home Business Protected? What You Need To Know In The State Of Texas

by Madison Reid When it comes to home-based businesses in Texas, there are certain considerations. Many people have legal questions when starting out. If that business is in the form of a multi level marketing business, things are a bit

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Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy: Raising Leaders

by Susan Neuhalfen WALL or Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy will be changing things up this year for their newest leadership conference. This year’s focus is on the next generation, our greatest legacy. “An essential ingredient for healthy leadership

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Volleyball Clinic

The first ever Lady Eagle Volleyball Academy will take place at the Argyle Middle School gyms starting on February 21. It is open 1-6th graders. The clinics will be held once a week for six weeks. The first hour, the

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All-State Band

Congratulations to the Argyle High School band students who competed against over 70,000 other Texas students on District, Region and Area levels to be selected to play with the All-State Band. Audrey Livingston, Flute (11), Hailey Schnabel, Clarinet (11), Gabriella

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