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Argyle Welcomes New Drill Team

by Susan Neuhalfen As Argyle continues to grow so does the list of activities for students. One thing that was noticeably missing to many was a drill team. All that has now changed. “The best part is seeing how excited

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Signing Day

Many high school athletes sign a letter of intent to commit to play their sport in college. In high school, there are two major signing days each year, one in November and the other in February. Argyle High School and

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FM Southwest Courthouse Opens

The new Flower Mound Southwest Courthouse has opened at 6200 Canyon Falls Dr., bringing much needed services to the residents of southwest Flower Mound. Some services include: • Juvenile Probation • Community Supervision and Corrections Department • County Clerk (birth

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Making History Beautiful Again

by Susan Neuhalfen With the holiday season quickly approaching, now is the perfect time of the year to get the home decorated and holiday shopping done before guests arrive. At Lisa’s Resale Gone Upscale you will find a large diverse

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Doing the Right Thing

by Susan Neuhalfen First United Mortgage’s Peggy Krueger hates debt. In fact, she thinks it’s the devil. That’s why she likes to advise her clients not only on their mortgage needs, but other ways to save their money wisely so

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A Halloween Dream…or Nightmare at Harvest

by Susan Neuhalfen When kids reach a certain age, trick or treating goes out of style. They love the candy, but dressing up and going house to house doesn’t appeal to them like it used to. Luckily for our area,

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When Philanthropy Turns into Entrepreneurship

by Susan Neuhalfen Argyle Middle School 7th grader Darian Doyle was in a unique situation. His recent induction into the AMS National Junior Honor Society required him to complete 30 hours of public service work. While that might not seem

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Local Charity Impacts Global Problems

by Susan Neuhalfen Sujo John knows about survival. Shortly after moving to the United States, he found himself on the 81st floor of the World Trade Center on September 11. “Something had been weighing on me for a while –

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A Veteran and his Dog: Saving Each Other and the World

by Susan Neuhalfen Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide. It’s a staggering statistic and one that many veteran support groups are fighting every day. Rob Genet knows this all too well. His father, a veteran, took his life 30 days

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Twenty Questions with Argyle Football Coach Todd Rogers

by Steve Gamel In his 15 years as Argyle’s football coach, Todd Rodgers has transformed the Eagles into one of the top teams in its classification, including a state title win in 2013 – one of four trips to the

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