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Finding Wide Open Spaces for Sale

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s almost impossible to move to Texas and not think about the idea of owning land. With Texas’ wide variety of landscapes, it’s hard to know which is best suited to your needs or where to start

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Show Dad appreciation this Father’s Day

by Susan Neuhalfen Father’s Day is coming up again and the only thing harder than shopping for a man is actually finding something that you KNOW he will love. We’ve compiled a list of gift ideas including affordable “wants”, “needs”

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Argyle High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Annabel Thorpe is this year’s Argyle High School Valedictorian. She started the broadcast journalism program at AHS which she now co-teaches. She has been the Editor-In-Chief of the Talon News for two years, and acted as lead anchor, director and

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Strike a Pose

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s hard to find one form of exercise that works for everyone, but yoga is just that. It is excellent for the body and mind, and is suitable for all ages and all body types. Best of

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Are Mission Trips Good for the Soul?

by Susan Neuhalfen Many area churches spend a portion of their summer on mission trips. It’s the one time when entire families or older kids can take the time for a trip, and many view it as more rewarding than

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Liberty’s Johnny Isom Reaches 300 Career Wins

by Steve Gamel Liberty Christian baseball coach Johnny Isom earned his 300th career win on the diamond last month. The longtime coach, who in 12 seasons has led the Warriors to two TAPPS state titles, picked up the win on

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Summer Vacation Bible Schools

by Susan Neuhalfen While looking for things for the kids to do this summer, don’t forget about vacation Bible school. Many of these churches also have camps for the older kids. Just take a look at their website to find

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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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Spend the Summer in Denton

by Susan Neuhalfen Finding summer day camps that interest children is a challenge. Some kids love athletics and want to try everything while others are more interested in the arts or engineering. Children are all different – especially children from

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All Under One Roof

Your home is oftentimes your family’s biggest asset and your roof is your first line of defense in protecting this investment. When a disaster strikes and your home is damaged it can be difficult to determine the best plan of

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