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AMS Collecting Coats and Jeans

Clean out your closets! The AMS NJHS and AMS Student Council organizations will collect gently used coats and jeans again this year. Boxes will be placed near the offices of each campus from November 13th to December 15th. The items

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Bartonville Blue Santa Giving Tree in Town Hall

The Bartonville Police Dept. Blue Santa program is underway. The giving tree is located inside Bartonville Town Hall with wish tags for each child. Visit during business hours, M-F 8am-4:30pm. Additional suggested items include: Warm blankets gloves hats grocery cards

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Movie Night at AHS

Argyle movie night is happening at the Argyle High School indoor football facility on Thursday, November 30 at 6pm. Bring 2 canned goods per person and get in for free! Make sure you bring a blanket to sit on and

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Expect Something Different

For over three generations Duffs Fine Jewelry has been creating the most beautiful gifts of love. Meet the family behind the name of this generation. Brandon and Amber, along with their four kids Ethan 14, Parker 12, Addison 7, Miles

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Grace Like Rain Building Tiny House Community

by Susan Neuhalfen t’s hard to believe that Grace Like Rain was started only a year ago by Argyle’s own Michelle Conner. The non-profit was created to help struggling families that need a little boost to get back on their

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Cowboy Up

by Susan Neuhalfen Argyle is not without its celebrities. Among them a rodeo champion ranked 2nd in the world. He is fearless, tough as nails and getting ready to compete for the World Champion title in Las Vegas. Here’s the

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Lawn Maintenance for Texas Winters

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com Grass growth is starting to slow down, temperatures and leaves are starting fall. It must be November in Texas. As we’re preparing to deal with the cooler temps, there are many things to

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It’s Time to Try a Tri

by Susan Neuhalfen If you’ve ever thought a triathlon might be in your future, believe it or not, this is the perfect time to start. “The last triathlon races in the area are all done now until March,” said Lantana

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Elizabeth Reneau Wins Another State Title

by Steve Gamel Winning state championships is becoming old hat for Liberty Christian’s Elizabeth Reneau. Believe it or not, the standout senior nabbed her 11th individual state title at the TAPPS 6A cross country meet in Waco on Oct. 30.

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Danger: Reye Syndrome

Dr. Rebecca Butler 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 Pediatrics. For

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