A Silver Lining in our North Texas Community

by Susan Neuhalfen When owner Kim Cloud Skidmore reflects on her 25th anniversary of Cloud 9 Spa and Salon, it’s about much more than making people look and feel their best. To Kim, it’s all about empowerment. “The reason this

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Exiled Cuban Finds Hope and Home in the United States

The news of Fidel Castro’s death in November sent many Cubans into the streets of Miami to celebrate. The leader of Cuba was responsible for not only the senseless and brutal political murders of many Cubans, but also the mass

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What Does GMO Mean?

by Susan Neuhalfen With all of the information and misinformation on the Internet, sometimes the facts can get confusing about nutrition. We’ve heard a lot about GMOs, but do we really understand what they are and how they are affecting

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In Memory of Morgan

by Susan Neuhalfen Giving is a special feeling. Many look for opportunities to give back to the community as much as possible while some are drawn to it as a way to heal. It’s especially great when the opportunity finds

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Getting Holiday Stress Under Control

by Susan Neuhalfen There are no two ways about it – the holidays cause stress for all of us in one form or another. In addition to our already overwhelming day-to-day lives, we have to do the holiday balancing act,

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Do You Believe in Angels?

by Susan Neuhalfen For some reason during the holidays our emotions run high. Our belief in miracles, and mankind increases and just hearing Clarence get his wings on It’s a Wonderful Life brings us to tears. But are there such

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10 Ways to be the Perfect House Guest

by Debbie Sardone Owner of Buckets & Bows Maid Service and SpeedCleaning.com There are rules we have to follow anytime we step into someone else’s home. But when you’re an overnight guest these rules are magnified by your extended stay.

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You Are Our Heroes

by Susan Neuhalfen The children and staff of Adkins Elementary in Lantana honored area veterans with a special “You Are Our Heroes” assembly on November 15. In addition to honoring the relatives of the students, Staff Sgt. Johnnie Yellock, II

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Where Will We All Sleep Tonight?

by Dawn Sprayman As night comes earlier and the temperature drops, more and more families right here in Denton County are finding themselves without a safe place to sleep at night….tonight. What can they do? What would you do if

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Molluscum Contagiosum

by Dr. Rebecca Butler, who is Board Certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is proud to be a resident of Lantana and the owner of Lantana

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