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Argyle Town Manager Moving On

Argyle’s Town Manager, Paul Frederiksen has accepted the position of Assistant City Manager for the City of Duncanville, Texas. Matthew Jones, Argyle’s director of Community Development, has been chosen to be the interim town manager once Frederiksen leaves the post

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AUMC School Supply Drive Going On Now

Argyle United Methodist Church’s annual school supply drive is in full swing. GearUP provides backpacks and supplies to close to 200 at-risk students in Argyle and Denton to start the school year off right. They also provide over 400 uniform

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Dispose of Unwanted Medications Safely

Bartonville Citizens now have a safe way to dispose of unwanted prescription medication. CVS/pharmacy has donated a medication disposal unit installed in the front lobby of the Bartonville police department. The unit will accept prescriptions, prescription patches, prescription medications, prescription ointments,

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Strength & Conditioning Camp for 1-6th graders

AYSA is offering summer conditioning for 1st – 6th graders courtesy of Coach Jerod McCloud, Strength & Conditioning Coach at Denton Ryan High. Dates: June 19-22 (Hilltop Elementary) • June 26-29 (Joe’s Gym, Argyle) Times: 1st -3rd: 10:30-11:30 • 4th

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FREE YOGA at Golden Triangle Mall

For those of you looking for a new way to start your summer Wednesdays, Twisted Bodies Pilates is offering free yoga classes every Wednesday morning at Golden Triangle Mall near the food court area. All you need to bring is a

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Roller Derby Camp Starts June 6

The Dallas Derby Devils, an all-female, amateur flat-track roller derby league and the Rolling Rebellion, a nationally-ranked, co-ed junior roller derby league from Lewisville, are teaming up to offer Junior Roller Derby Summer Camp. All kids ages 7-17 are welcome

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Argyle Education Foundation Gala Huge Success

Argyle ISD supporters gathered at Robson Ranch on March 4th to support the Argyle Education Foundation’s Fund a Teacher campaign. 12th annual Gala supporting AEF, presented by generous donors throughout the community was a great success! With over 300 in

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Three incumbents defeated in Argyle election

Incumbents Mayor Peggy Krueger and council members Kay J. Teer and Jay Hayes were all defeated in the May election. Donald Moser defeated incumbent Kruger earning 62.3 percent of the vote. Todd Mankin and Ron Schmidt defeated Teer and Hayes

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Twilight Tunes on the Denton Square

Every Thursday evening from 6:30-8:30pm, Twilight Tunes, a nighttime concert series, will be happening in Downtown Denton on the Square. From mambo to blues, hip-hop to soul, concerts will happen rain or shine. Bring your blanket and enjoy a great

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Proposed Electrical Substation in Bartonville

The Brazos Electric Power Cooperative and CoServ Electric are considering four sites located within the Bartonville Town Limits for an electrical substation with associated transmission lines. Bartonville is fighting against this and asking citizens to contact the seven members of

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