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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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A World In the Woods

by Contributing Writer On a hill in Argyle stands a house that healing built, a place of serenity and tranquility for those on their journey to finding deliverance from addiction and dependence on things that have worked to destroy their lives.

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Fight Like Hunter

by Steve Gamel Hunter Oney has a long treatment plan ahead as he continues to battle a rare form of cancer, but his sheer determination to once again play the sport he loves, plus having support from the community he

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Closer to Making Kyle’s Place Reality

by Steve Gamel Journey to Dream, a non-profit organization focused on helping teens avoid destructive behaviors and build healthy lives, reached another major milestone last month when officials put a contract down on a building that will reshape how they

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Argyle Cancer Survivor Stories

Amy Cruson Relies on Community, Family Support Unlike some of the other breast cancer survivors profiled, Argyle’s Amy Cruson hasn’t yet reached a relaxed point in her fight against breast cancer. First diagnosed in March of this year, she has

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Argyle’s Chloe Kembel Shines in Miss Teen USA Pageant

by Eric Williams When Chloe Kembel was growing up near Argyle, she was the kind of girl who liked to be active and play sports. Her mother, Keri Kembel, didn’t enter her in beauty pageants or fuss endlessly with hair

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