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Strongman: Scottish Highland Games More Than Competition for Argyle Resident

Bob Kneip always has been addicted to competition. But at 50 years old even this burly, mountain of a man figured he would have slowed down by now. Instead, this Argyle resident appears to be just getting started. Kneip will

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Argyle Welcomes New Church Called The Well

The Well is a brand new church in Argyle that will be innovative in bringing Christ to the community. But Pastor Matthew Harding promises the church will adhere to the ancient Gospel and, like the first churches in the New

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Argyle Taste for Good Event Proves a Hit Again

Just like the inaugural Argyle Chamber of Commerce Taste for Good event in 2014, this year’s proved at least, if not more, successful. The second-annual Taste for Good, presented by First Choice Emergency Room, was held Sept. 8 at Lantana

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Hilltop Hosting Popular Fun Run on Oct. 2

Where can you find an event that provides fun for young children, education on healthy lifestyles and helps a good cause all at the same time? In Argyle that’s where. It’s called the Team Eagle Fun Run and the seventh-annual

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Empowering Children With Resilience

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. “ “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who

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Child Custody: Restricting a Child’s Residence

The public policy of the State of Texas is to assure that a child will have frequent and continuing contact with parents who have shown the ability to act in the best interest of their child; to provide a safe,

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Getting a Second Opinion

My 4-year-old son is one of those “rowdy” boys. Not only is he a roll-down-the-stairs, swing-from-the-rafters, and bounce-off-the-wall kind of rowdy, he’s also a great mentor for his 2-year-old brother. Of course, when I find myself in the midst of

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Do Your Homework When Planning Fall Outdoor Projects

We are so glad that August is over and hoping those 100+ temperatures are as well. Now that school has started for most and the vacationing is over it’s time to get out the to-do list and focus on prepping for

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The Time to Start Holiday Projects is Now

School is back in session, the house has emptied out some and the holidays are coming up. Where do you go from here? Where do you even start? Those are great questions. The holidays are a great motivator. You have

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Boot Camp Begins Now: Be Skin Fit for the Holidays

Why does the word ‘Procrastinate’ begin with ‘pro’? I admit, there have been times that I have benefited by putting-off an assignment to the last moment, but for the most part, procrastinating does not have a positive outcome. The field

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