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Healing the Whole Family

This leads to many questions, most importantly, what about the other family members? Were they affected in any way? Were they unknowingly part of the problem? Acorn Counseling is there for the whole family. They focus on not only finding

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North Texas Harvey Heroes

The rivalry between Houston and Dallas is always fun, but when disaster strikes, we’re all Texans and we all pull together. No sooner had Jim Cantore taken cover than our North Texas community started south with supplies and much needed

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Breast Cancer: Prevention is the Key

Chances are, you’re in a room right now with a woman who has or has had breast cancer, and probably more than one woman. That’s because one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Think

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Argyle High School Theatre Presents Legally Blonde

The Argyle High School Theatre Department is tackling its biggest production to date as it presents Legally Blonde the Musical, based on the 2001 hit film. The cast of 40, (the largest in recent years) began rehearsing in late July.

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Liberty Christian Solar Car Posts Best Finish in School History

Liberty Christian’s Solar Car Team came in a close second in the Advanced Division at the 2017 Solar Car Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway, posting its best finish in the history of the school. The team of 10 students and

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What’s All the Fuss About With Split Divisions in Class 5A?

by Steve Gamel If you’ve been paying attention to high school football storylines, you may have heard about the University Interscholastic League’s plans to move forward with a split division format before the start of next season. Under this format,

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Be Dental Ready for Back to School

Back to school is all about inciting those opportunities of education and self-knowledge, and as it has always been my pleasure to educate Argyle families with monthly dental advice, I am even more grateful to initiate the school year with

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What Does it Take to March with the Best?

by Susan Neuhalfen Long before summer is over and school starts, the practices begin for the Argyle High School Marching Band. The multi award-winning band started its season on July 28 as the new members came together to meet and

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How to Choose a College

by Susan Neuhalfen One of the most exciting and yet stressful things in a high school student’s life is choosing a college. However, according to Toni King, Director of Academic Advising and College Planning at Liberty Christian, it doesn’t have

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Great Family Camping Within a Two Hour Drive

by Susan Neuhalfen Now that the weather is going to cool down and the kids are back in school, it’s time to start thinking about the three-day weekends and taking the family camping. We polled readers and found a few

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