Finally a True Family Dental Practice

It’s early on Monday morning and Dr. Matthew Artho is sitting in his office, loving life. That’s because in between catching up on a mound of paperwork and enjoying time on “daddy duty” with two of his children, he finds

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Bringing Hope Through Hoops

by Susan Neuhalfen Guyer Coach Michael Eddy and eight others traveled to Dillingham, Alaska this summer for Hoops for Hope, a basketball camp that teaches basketball skills and life skills to underprivileged kids. For over a dozen years, Hoops for

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Women Need to Accentuate the Positive

Your job is to make your strengths more effective and your weaknesses irrelevant.” – Peter Drucker So often women are focused on their weaknesses. With the constant barrage of multi-tasking with kids, husbands, jobs, relatives, homes, etc., it’s easy to

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Wildhorse Grill at Robson Ranch Now Open to All

Going out to dinner sounds nice. Then you think about the wait, the pagers, the parking, the ice cold air conditioning and the noise. Kind of kills the mood, doesn’t it? Why not go in the other direction to a

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Season Preview: Guyer Still a Major Player

by Steve Gamel Guyer football coach John Walsh has been a picture of optimism this entire off-season. When the Wildcats bowed out late in the 2015 playoffs, Walsh said it wouldn’t be long before they’d be back. When TCU commit

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Renovation Rock Stars

Major home renovations are typically made about once a decade. That’s why it’s important to do it right the first time. Expenses such as an interior decorator are outside the budget for many, but when making such a costly, long-term

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What’s Going On In My Yard?

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com When it comes to turf maintenance and getting straight answers for what actions you should and shouldn’t be taking on your lawn right now, our friends over at GRASSPERSON are a great source

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Grandparents’ Rights to Grandchildren

by Charla Bradshaw, KoonsFuller Family Law Historically, grandparents have played a vital role in the development, nurturing, and care-giving of their grandchildren. Questions tend to arise, however, when a grandchild’s parents separate, divorce, pass away, become incarcerated, or are found

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Summer? What’s That?

by Steve Gamel It’s hard to believe it’s already the middle of August. I know it sounds a bit cliche, but it feels like yesterday I was wrapping up my last high school game story before the start of summer

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Youth Football Gets Underway in Lantana

by Susan Neuhalfen The Lantana Wildcats youth football league is starting off its season with a strength and conditioning camp courtesy of the Guyer High School Football players. They are preparing with helmets the first week and later working into

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