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AUMC Offering Finance Class

A Financial Peace University class begins February 21 at Argyle United Methodist Church. The class is based on the methods of Dave Ramsey. It starts at 5 p.m. and a membership kit will be available there for $90. Childcare is

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Rayzor Seeks to Fill Officer Spots

E.P. Rayzor Elementary needs to fill a few positions for the 2016-2017 school year. They are: vice president of programs; treasurer; and secretary. For more information, contact the nominating committee: Jennifer Pender (jenpender24@gmail.com), Terry Augustyn (terriaugustyn@icloud.com) and Andrea Delano (secretary@eprayzorpta.org).

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Robson Ranch Kiwanis Members Help Restore Denton Park

Kiwanis Club members from Robson Ranch helped out Denton’s Department of Parks and Recreation renovate Eureka Park late last year. The group built ramps for the disabled to allow easy access to their homes. They just repurposed the tools. The

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Argyle Elections: What You Need to Know

by Sarah Bays The Town of Argyle is led by a 5-member council and a mayor as well as various boards and commissions. Election Day for municipal offices is May 7 with early voting from April 25 to May 3.

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Inside Education: Liberty Christian students celebrate Christmas

All of Liberty Christian’s more than 1,300 students celebrated Christmas together in a school-wide assembly on Dec. 9. From enjoying two videos that creatively told the Christmas story to singing with the student choir “Joy to the World,” “Angels We

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Inside Community: Argyle talks annexation of Liberty Christian School

The Argyle Town Council is in the process of discussing the possibility of annexing Liberty Christian School into the town proper. The 28.05- acre area at 1301 S. Hwy. 377 is now a part of the Town of Argyle Extra

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Argyle Fire District honors members at banquet

The Argyle Fire District held its 15th annual banquet last month. The following awards were given: Fire Chiefs Individual Citation- Chief Michael Lugo Educational Award- Chief Michael Lugo Citizens Citation- Marlene Tackett Volunteer of the Year- Zack Haas Part-Timer of

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Inside Community: Argyle Police equip patrol cars with AEDs

The Argyle Police Department has equipped its entire fleet of six patrol cars with automated external defibrillator devices (AEDs). “Our mission is the protection of the public,” said Argyle Police Chief William Tackett in a press release. “The AED is

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Inside Community: Argyle Chamber holds nonprofit fundraiser

The Argyle Chamber of Commerce had a successful fundraiser, “Caring at Christmas” last month. This event was held at Texas Health Presbyterian in Flower Mound. The fundraiser was for nonprofits and proceeds shared  with those participating.

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Thanksgiving run benefits Tarrant area food banks

Texas Motor Speedway will host the seventh-annual Thanksgiving Grub Run at 8 a.m. Thanksgiving Day. Proceeds from the 5K run will benefit the Tarrant Area Food Banks. Entry will be accepted for $10 plus five cans of food. All ages

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