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Cinnamon Creek Ranch Just Got Bigger

by Susan Neuhalfen Cinnamon Creek Ranch has always been a well-kept secret in North Texas, but following their recent expansions and improvements to the property, you won’t believe what they’ve done now. What started as a family-owned and operated wild

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Argyle Resident Wins Film Award

by Susan Neuhalfen Argyle resident and professional videographer Alec Weaver won the “Emerging Artist” award at the Twister Alley Film Festival in Woodward, Oklahoma for his short film “A Wheel Predicament.” “Twister Alley Film Festival was a great opportunity to

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Back to School Shopping Hacks

by Susan Neuhalfen Back to school shopping, especially for multiple kids, can be taxing on your patience as well as your budget. While we can’t do much about your patience, we can certainly help your budget. Here are some school

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Learning How to Pray

by Susan Neuhalfen As you drive down Hilltop toward Guyer High School, there is a new building with a sign that simply says “Prayer City”. That’s exactly what it is. “Prayer, to me, is my highest calling,” said Pastor Williams

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Is Direct Primary Care the Wave of the Future

by Susan Neuhalfen With medical insurance becoming harder to navigate (and afford), doctors are scrambling to find new ways to provide quality healthcare for their patients. One of the newest ways to do this is a medical model called Direct

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Learning All the Right Moves

by Susan Neuhalfen In a town that’s as sports-oriented as Argyle is, it’s hard to believe the popularity of chess. A big part of that popularity is the Chess Coach, Michael Ball, a counselor at Hilltop Elementary. Every summer, he

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Styles for the School Year

Our friends at the Golden Triangle Mall were kind enough to help us with some basic “must haves” for the school year. Here are their recommendations: H&M: Store Manager Cedrick says to start with the basics: black leggings and basic

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Argyle wins 8th Lone Star Cup

by Steve Gamel Argyle High School has done it again. For the eighth year overall, and sixth in a row, Argyle was named one of the best high schools in Texas when the University Interscholastic League released its final standings

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Eagles and Warriors Well Represented on Baseball/Softball All-District Teams

The annual all-district awards were released early last month for the 2017 high school baseball and softball season, and several players from Argyle and Liberty Christian earned high praise. In baseball, Argyle senior pitcher Connor Mushinski was named the most

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Keeping the Family Together

By Susan Neuhalfen Every year, approximately 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are put down in U.S. shelters.  That equates to one animal every 13 seconds that is euthanized.  The majority of these animals are the unwanted offspring of owned

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