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This is Not Her First Rodeo

by Susan Neuhalfen To see Paige Fritz, you’d think she was high-strung, high maintenance and high society. The truth is, she’s laid back, country and one tough, smart and knowledgeable lady. “I am blunt,” laughs Paige. “The people in the

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Summer Sleep-Away Camps That are Within Driving Distance

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s time to start planning for summer and in addition to the family vacation, it may be time to start sending the kids to sleep-away camp. It could mean a little R&R for you and a little

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Getting a Running Start

by Susan Neuhalfen Running has its advantages and disadvantages. On one hand, it’s hard on the body. It jars joints and causes tight hamstrings. On the other hand, it’s a very quick way to lose weight and a great motivator.

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Painting the Town

by Susan Neuhalfen Spring is well on its way in north Texas and it’s time to give the house a fresh coat of paint…literally. Before you go shopping around for paint at the hardware store, Flower Mound Paint, which carries

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Argyle Resident Jennifer Homeyer was a DIYer Before It Was Cool

by Susan Neuhalfen Before HGTV and the DIY network, Jennifer watched her family build two houses from the ground up and remodel other homes they lived in. Though she was young, she learned a great deal from her parents, who took

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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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Adventures for Spring Break

For those planning on staying in the area for Spring Break or if you you’re just looking for some weekend adventure options, here are some great family fun ideas that keep you close to home: ALTITUDE PARK altitudedenton.com This is

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Making Social Education Fun

Whatever happened to good old-fashioned etiquette? The folks in Argyle take that sort of thing seriously which is why Argyle Nights has been such an important part of the community and the school for several years. Argyle Nights is a

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The New TEA Accountability System for Schools Gets an F

by Susan Neuhalfen The Argyle Independent School District as well as many schools in Texas got their first taste of the new school accountability rating system recently which grades schools on a scale of A-F. This new system, which was

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High Performance Levels are the Norm for All Region Bands

Argyle Middle and High School students had a whirlwind day and a half participating in the UIL Region 2 Clinic and Concert held at Argyle High School in January. Students from several surrounding areas auditioned to be part of the

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