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Residents Support School Spirit

It’s that time of year to show your school spirit. However let’s be honest, we aren’t as crafty as we’d like to be. Luckily there are 2 great residents that are! The first is Carly Patton who makes beautiful spirit

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Largest TWU Donation Ever

TWU recently received their largest single donation in it’s history. The multi-million dollar donation comes from Mary L.A. Stanton, a Frisco businesswoman and alumni, and will be used towards the building of a residential village for 875 sophomores.  The Board

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Liberty Christian Jeans Day

Each Friday during the school year students may wear jeans or uniform bottoms with a Liberty spirit-wear top and tennis shoes instead of their school uniform. On the first and fifth Fridays of the month, and all-school pep rally days,

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The Sound Of Music

The Argyle auditorium will soon come alive with the sounds of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music.  The show is September 20th, 21st, and 22nd at 7:30pm and September 23rd at 2:00pm in the Argyle High School Auditorium. Tickets

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Argyle Eagle Yard Signs

Support the AISD wrestling team by purchasing personalized yard signs for only $40. They would greatly appreciate the support as they get ready for their competitions. If you’re interested in beautifying your yard while showing off your school spirit, please

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Texting & Driving

by Steve Gamel There aren’t many days that go by where Janae Cook doesn’t think about the last day she saw her best friend, Tita Shaffer. It was April 8, 2016, and the two girls, just 12 years old at

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Argyle’s Rodeo Royalty

by Barbara Scott-Kolb In 1979, the Pro-Rodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy was opened in Colorado Springs — the country’s only institution dedicated to honoring professional rodeo. Cowboys dream of initiation into this elite group of

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Healthy School Lunches

by Dr. Rebecca Butler of Lantana Pediatrics It is important to remind parents that the best lunch is one that your child will eat. Encourage your child to choose items that will power them through the second half of the

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How To Become A Licensed Architect

by Mike Love ML Group, LLC. 972.355.8700 MLGroupTexas.com It’s unrealistic to expect high school students to have their entire lives planned out. But by their senior year, which is now for the Class of 2019, many of them have a

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Rainy Season Info

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com It feels like fall is on the way with all the rain and cooler temperatures. And I’ll take it! Make sure as we get ready for the seasonal change you are keeping an

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