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No Shave November: What is it and are you doing it right?

by Steve Gamel Ask the average guy on the street what No-Shave November is, and he’ll likely say it’s the one time out of the year where it is socially acceptable for all men to leave their razor in the

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Where Do You Want to Eat?

by Susan Neuhalfen Ugh. It happens every time.  When two or more are gathered together, and you’re hungry, the question inevitably comes up: “Where do you want to eat?” Chances are, the variety of personalities involved make the question so much

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Argyle’s Rodeo Royalty

by Barbara Scott-Kolb In 1979, the Pro-Rodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy was opened in Colorado Springs — the country’s only institution dedicated to honoring professional rodeo. Cowboys dream of initiation into this elite group of

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What’s The Scoop?

by Steve Gamel When Zack Crabill began looking for a job so he could start saving up for his first car, the only rule he made for himself was that it couldn’t be a job every 14 or 15-year-old kid

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Perfection On The Diamond

Argyle Baseball Goes Undefeated, Wins State Title by Steve Gamel As Argyle baseball coach Ricky Griffin walked across the turf at Disch-Falk Field in Austin, he watched with pride as his players piled on top of one another after beating

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A Legacy of Excellence

by Steve Gamel Four years ago, Yvonne Estes had no clue what the Texas Leadership Salute was or anything about its history. All she knew was her son, Joe, was in line to win a college scholarship and received a

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The Business Side of Media

by Steve Gamel It’s hard to believe that what started with six old computers in an empty closet has grown to an award-winning team of journalists, photographers, videographers, editors and more, but then the Argyle High School Talon Staff is

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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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Making Choir Cool Again

Choir just isn’t what it used to be. What used to be a necessary part of music education, using centuries old music and little to no instruction, has now become exciting, educational and very cool, thanks to people like Argyle

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A Halloween Dream…or Nightmare at Harvest

by Susan Neuhalfen When kids reach a certain age, trick or treating goes out of style. They love the candy, but dressing up and going house to house doesn’t appeal to them like it used to. Luckily for our area,

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