Get Your Read On

Sifting through the information available on how to develop home-reading programs for your children can be overwhelming to say the least. But if you can implement these few tips, it can greatly enhance your child’s reading decoding, and comprehension skills

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Harpool Middle Backs Type 1 Diabetes

For the past few years, Counselor Annette Price has lead a Type 1 Diabetic (T1D) support group at Harpool Middle School. The support group has allowed the students to meet, share thoughts, feelings, ideas and even experiences that have allowed the

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In a Family Law Case, Think Twice

After years of practicing family law, I have rarely seen a family law case where people representing themselves did not end up in future lawsuits. The problem is that those future lawsuits can be costly and cost more than if

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Guyer Boys are Young, but Ready to Make Statement

Guyer boys basketball coach Grant Long said in a recent poll, his team was picked to finish either fifth or sixth in District 5-6A – far from being in the playoff picture. Long laughed at the notion, but understood why.

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Fever and Your Child

Cold and flu season is here and can be a confusing time for assessing the need for a visit to the doctor. To muddle things even more, some people suffer severe seasonal allergies this time of year that mimic the

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How is the American Family Changing?

The majority of families are no longer husband and wife with 2.5 kids.  Families are comprised of grandparents raising their grandchildren, single moms, families with step-children and step-parents, and girlfriends and boyfriends living together. Why the changes? The overall attitude

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Harpool Coach Holds Vigil for Family Touched by Tragedy

On October 30, 2015 the lives of a large Lantana family changed forever. Wendy Rollins and her sons Chaz and Tre were driving from Oklahoma when a car wreck took two of their lives. Wendy, 43, mother of seven, and

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Argyle Church Serves Community on Thanksgiving

Argyle United Methodist Church put its ministry to good use last month when it served Thanksgiving meals to the more than 180 clients, staff and volunteers for Heath Services of North Texas, even going so far as to send vans

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Lewisville Safe Place Offers Rest for Weary Abused Children

by Jana Melton Paul Klotz received a note from a therapist he works with. It was from a little girl who had once been warmed by his kind smile. “I drew this picture for you,” the note read. “Thank you

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Giving is Better than Receiving

Mission Moms Mission: Teach. Serve. Act Mission Moms is a group of women who want to make our community more loving and charitable. We strive to help those that have met challenging circumstances and give them the kindness that we

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