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This is How Easy it is To Get To Us : Classic Chrysler Dodge Mazda

by Susan Neuhalfen The construction around I-35 is finally finished. The highway has been widened, the access lanes, entrance and exit ramps are finished and it’s easier than ever to get to Classic Chrysler– Dodge – Mazda of Denton. The

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Making Good Decisions in a Not-So-Good World

by Susan Neuhalfen What started as a book has now, as predicted, become a movement. Inspired Right: Your American Opportunity is about right vs. wrong. It’s about the actions and decisions that are being taken in our world today by

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Liberty Christian Dance Team Receives Second at State

by Susan Neuhalfen Drawing on a theme from the Wizard of Oz, the Liberty Christian dance team placed second at the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) state competition in Waco in November. Additionally several team members were

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Take Out From the Gym

by Susan Neuhalfen Baby it’s cold outside. Sometimes it’s hard to get motivated to get to the gym and once you get there, your motivation wanes. What if the gym came to you? Complete with a trainer to help and

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AMS Theatre Wins UIL One Act Play First Prize

by Susan Neuhalfen When Argyle Middle School theatre director Jessica Reynolds first read the script to “Step on a Crack” she was still in college. Little did she know what an incredible impact it would have a few years later

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Rescue Me

by Susan Neuhalfen Sometimes we have to go through a rough patch in life to find our purpose. That’s exactly what happened to Bartonville resident Lynette Cano. To be fair, though, Lynette always believed that helping animals was her purpose.

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Feeling Beautiful in Your Own Skin

by Susan Neuhalfen People spend money on clothing, hair, jewelry and other items to look good and they may only wear these things once a week or once a month, but you wear your skin all the time. Isn’t it

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Making Choir Cool Again

Choir just isn’t what it used to be. What used to be a necessary part of music education, using centuries old music and little to no instruction, has now become exciting, educational and very cool, thanks to people like Argyle

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AHS Theatre Qualifies for National Competition

by Susan Neuhalfen Competing against thousands of students from schools all over the state, the Argyle Theatre Department earned several top awards at the Texas Thespian Festival in November. AHS had five entries qualify to compete nationally: Parker Dial and

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Working Together to Serve a Need

by Susan Neuhalfen Cross Timbers Church Missions Pastor Bryce Olson was in Uganda when Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast of Texas. As soon as he returned he knew he had his work cut out for him. He, along with

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