Adkins Elementary Jump Rope for Heart Going on Now

Jump Rope for Heart is coming to Adkins Elementary. The goal is for the kids to raise $10,000 to help the American Heart Association. All students who raise $150 before the upcoming American Heart Association Kick-Off will be recognized and

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Where the World is Their Classroom

by Susan Neuhalfen When the Selwyn School started in 1957, it was founded by parents who were looking for a more balanced educational curriculum for their college-bound children. Nothing about that has changed. What has changed is that Selwyn School,

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Former Guyer Football Star Joins the Coaching Ranks

by Steve Gamel J.W. Walsh, a former Guyer quarterback who went on to have a short career at Oklahoma State, has joined the coaching ranks as the new running backs coach at Abilene Christian University. Walsh, the son of Guyer

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Stay Close to Home with Your Valentine

Stay close to home with your valentine Some of the best ideas for Valentine’s Day are right here in the area. Here is a list of local businesses bringing some unique ideas so that you and your love (or your

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5 Reasons Why Active Listening Makes You a Better Writer

by Steve Gamel I have a young journalist/friend who, before heading off to an interview, usually sits down with me to go over a list of questions he has prepared ahead of time. Without fail, he’ll ask if he’s on

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Screen Time Durations

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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Practical Goal Setting Can Bring About Positive Changes

Did you know that statically only 8 to 10 percent of people who made New Year’s resolutions successfully achieve them? Don’t be a statistic. If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight or get in shape, be fair to

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Inspiration Comes in Small Packages

by Susan Neuhalfen 9 – year old Lantana resident Sadie Keller was diagnosed with leukemia in the spring of 2015. A remarkable young woman, she has been through more than most adults seven times her age. Yet through it all,

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‘Tis Better to Give

by Susan Neuhalfen When Maddx Nguyen found out that the Adkins Librarian, Mrs. O’Rear, had been diagnosed with cancer, he said he felt bad and wanted to do something to help her. “I’ve known her since third grade,” said Maddx

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Eagle Scout Does a Good Turn for His Former School

by Susan Neuhalfen As a child, one of Connor Hubert’s favorite memories was going outside for science class. A former student at E.P. Rayzor Elementary, Hubert had the opportunity to learn about environmental science in the Outdoor Learning Center located

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