Increase Performance & Improve Future Health for Today’s Young Athlete

Medical Massage Rx’s Manual Therapies specifically tailored to your youth athlete may result in the following: Athletes getting the most from their off-season athletic training and camps. Increased performance on the field- now, next season and beyond! Decreased sports injuries

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Put Together Your Perfect #MomSquad with MomCo

Have you ever tried Tinder? Or Bumble? If you’re a mom with kids you may have met your partner the old fashioned way, like, in person. Or maybe you’re a single mom who already uses these dating apps. There are

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E.P. Rayzor Wins 2nd Consecutive Speeding to Read Championship

by Susan Neuhalfen Verizon IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Christopher Bell presented the winning trophies to E.P. Rayzor Elementary for Texas Motor Speedway’s Speeding to Read program. Over 6,500 students and faculty from

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Homer is Where the Heart Is

by Steve Gamel Cassandra Homer’s last sonogram was very telling, to say the least. The Lantana resident and local real estate guru was eight months pregnant at the time and had been told her baby was breech – meaning, she

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Furry or Not, Ranch Hand Rescue Believes that All Life is Precious

by Susan Neuhalfen Doris Roberts saved my life,” were Ranch Hand Rescue Founder Bob Williams first words about his debilitating stroke that forced him into a year-long recovery that ultimately saved his life and many others. Yes, THAT Doris Roberts.

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CycleGiving is the Healthiest Way to Give Back

by Susan Neuhalfen Anja Taylor had just graduated from North Central Texas College and was looking for a way to give back. Working as the department assistant for the Completion Center at NCTC, she saw a lot of students struggling

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Guyer Ends Spring with All Positives, No Concerns

by Steve Gamel New Guyer quarterback Luke Stillwell may be everything he’s cracked up to be after all. Before spring workouts started, Wildcats head coach John Walsh insisted his offense would not skip a beat following the loss of two-year

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Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

by Susan Neuhalfen Look out Austin Stevens, you may have some competition…or at least a protégé. Meet Max Hornsby, a soon to be 5th grader at Blanton Elementary, Lantana resident and snake wrangler. At the ripe old age of 10,

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Denton Country Trains Volunteers in Police Service

They’re the inaugural class of VIPS for the Denton County Sheriff’s Department and they are excited. VIPS stands for Volunteers in Police Service and this group of individuals have finished a 10 week course to help the Denton County Sheriff’s

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Control vs. Controlling You

by Kathryn Flores Community Relations and Advertising Consultant “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” – Albert Einstein

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