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New NCAA Legislation could Impact Local Football Scene

by Steve Gamel The high school and college recruiting scene has been buzzing lately following the adoption of a new piece of NCAA legislation that makes it difficult for high school coaches looking to make the jump to the college

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Heart Screening Saves 15 Year Old Argyle Resident

Too often we hear about student athletes suffering from cardiac arrest without a warning.  Thirteen-year-old Alex Betzhold was an Argyle seventh grader who was active in football, basketball and band. In January 2012, Alex died in his sleep of an

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The Perfect End to a Record Setting Year

by Susan Neuhalfen To say that Liberty Christian Cross Country runner Elizabeth Reneau has had a good year would be an understatement. Monumental, extraordinary or life-changing might be better adjectives. Following a great season, Elizabeth qualified for the Nike South

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Firefighters set up shop at Argyle Middle School

by Susan Neuhalfen The Argyle Middle School PTO welcomed the Flower Mound Fire Department Station 6 to the new school with a reception on Tuesday, September 20, that included Argyle ISD Superintendent Dr. Telena Wright, Argyle Middle School Principal Scott

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Leveraging Your Child’s Strengths for the Future

by Susan Neuhalfen With the continually rising cost of college, parents have to be weary of the impending investment. Is my child going to the right type of school? Is her major right for her? Will his current study habits

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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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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 Director Elected to the American Bandmasters Association

by Pamela Arrington Who is the leader behind the direction of one of the states most recognized high school bands? On any given Friday night during the fall at an Argyle High School Football game spectators have the pleasure of

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A Special Feat for Argyle ISD

by Contributing Writer When Argyle ISD’s Special Olympics program emerged from the creativity of Denise Yeatts, it came with the idea that having a disability doesn’t make one disabled. “… My son David has Down’s Syndrome, which I prefer to

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Debut Children’s Author Shares Story of Presidential Dog

by Sarah Bays Bo Obama is a Portuguese water dog, with curly, fluffy, black hair and a happy face. When he leaves the White House with President Barack Obama and his family early next year, he just might hide a

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