Sewing the Seeds of Love & Community

by Susan Neuhalfen The Bartonville Town Center grows and changes, three local leaders remain the cornerstone not just as business owners and friends, but as community leaders as well. Annette Doody of Savory Bistro, Jim Bridges of State Farm and

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Guyer High School Student Performs on Broadway

by Susan Neuhalfen Guyer High School incoming senior John Fredrickson, earned one of the top honors at the prestigious National High School Musical Theatre Awards (NHSMTA) on Monday, June 27, being named a finalist for the 2016 Jimmy Award. Fredrickson

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Living by the Scout Law Every Day

by Susan Neuhalfen With the popularity of organized sports at an all-time high, the Boy Scouts organization has suffered in numbers. Many have tried to manage the delicate balance between campouts and ballgames but only some have succeeded. While some

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P.E.O. has been Celebrating, Educating and Motivating Women for Over a Century

by Susan Neuhalfen Lantana truly has some extraordinary people. What is even more incredible is finding the many pockets of these people doing great works for others in our area.  The ladies of P.E.O. are just such an organization. P.E.O.,

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Thank You, Johnny

by Steve Gamel Thank you, Johnny Manziel. Thank you for allegedly hitting your ex-girlfriend and creating a national court case out of it. Thank you for all the fresh news stories beyond that on your inability to stay clean and

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Lantana Represents in Cooperstown

The Dallas Nationals spent a week in Cooperstown Dreams Park learning, practicing and playing baseball against other teams from all over North America. 104 teams compete in this highly competitive tournament for players 12 and under. This once in a

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Rayzor 5th Grader Nets Medals in Volleyball

by Susan Neuhalfen Lantana’s Ava Channing Houser is doing big things in the volleyball world. The soon to be 5th grader just won the silver medal along with her teammates, the 10U National MadFrog Volleyball Team, at the AAU National

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Open Carry is Much Ado About Nothing

by Susan Neuhalfen Governor Gregg Abbott signed House Bill 910, the Texas Open Carry Bill for concealed handgun holders, into law and it went into effect on January 1st of this year. The new law allows Texans who currently hold

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Guyer’s Kinzy Talks About Decision to Step Down

by Steve Gamel Johnny Kinzy has been a head baseball coach at four high schools, including Guyer, and was highly successful at each stop. But the 25-year veteran admitted recently that it’s time to move on. The only baseball coach

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Argyle Community Rallies Around the Fire Chief

by Susan Neuhalfen On Tuesday, June 21, Argyle Fire Chief Mac Hohenberger made a last minute decision to go home and get a change of clothes for an event he was to attend that day. When he pulled into his

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