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4th of July Area Celebrations

By Susan Neuhalfen When it comes to July 4th celebrations, families in the area will have a variety of parades, concerts and fireworks from which to choose for an unforgettable family fun-filled day. Most, if not all, are free, so

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Meet Argyle’s New Mayor

By Susan Neuhalfen Argyle Mayor Don Moser is not what you’d call a politician. He has, however, spent his career in public service. With a background in law enforcement and fire service, Don spent the last 34 years serving the

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Hilltop Students Going To Archery World Tournament

By Susan Neuhalfen Thanks to Coach Joan Wittmis, Argyle Archery has become a household name. The physical education teacher at Hilltop Elementary has coached Argyle students from Kindergarten through 8th grade that are now competing at state, national and now

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Creating the Perfect Burger

By Susan Neuhalfen Chef Aubrey Daniels of the Wildhorse Grill is determined to put Robson Ranch on the map. That’s because the Wildhorse Grill is among a handful of restaurants across the United States competing for a chance to cook

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Argyle Doctor Presents at World Conference

By Susan Neuhalfen Argyle resident and Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgeon Dr. Damien Dauphinee was recently invited to lecture at the 2nd Annual Global Foot and Ankle Conference in Chongquin, China. He spoke about surgical techniques used in saving limbs

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Liberty’s Elizabeth Reneau Keeps on Winning . . . and Winning

By Steve Gamel When Liberty Christian junior Elizabeth Reneau qualified for the Nike Nationals at the end of 2016, many people had every reason to coin the opportunity as the perfect end to a perfect season. But Reneau still had

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Volleyball- Argyle’s Oberle Leaves To Be New Coach At Decatur

By Steve Gamel Clark Oberle has not only become synonymous with Argyle Lady Eagle volleyball over the last 18 years, but in that time he’s created a program that is now among the upper echelon Class 4A programs in the

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Argyle Boys Win Third State Title In Convincing Fashion

By Steve Gamel Argyle didn’t just win its third straight Class 4A state title in boys golf. It did so rather convincingly. With an eight-stroke lead entering Day 2 of the state tournament on May 23, the Eagles rolled to

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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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