Local Lawyer: Statewide Reputation

by Steve Gamel You could go to any court in Texas and find a judge, competing counsel or client who has worked with Charla Bradshaw. Or at least knows someone who has. Bradshaw has been a trusted family law attorney

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Taking Pride in a Job Well Done

by Susan Neuhalfen If you’ve been to the Golden Triangle Mall during the day, chances are you’ve run into an amazing group of high school students in a work-study program. These aren’t your typical teenagers. These kids face challenges every

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In Lantana, There are Angels Among Us

by Susan Neuhalfen Once in a while you meet people and you can’t help but think to yourself, is this person Superman? How does he balance work, family and all that he does in the community? Kevin Howell is that

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The New TEA Accountability System for Schools Gets an F

Lantana’s schools as well as many schools in Texas got their first taste of the new school accountability rating system recently which grades schools on a scale of A-F. This new system, which was touted to simplify the process, has

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It’s Time to Man Up

Men have always been told to “man up” and “soldier up”, when, in reality, they need to take care of themselves first. When you don’t feel well, physically or mentally, you aren’t doing your best. Your job suffers, your family

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Four Eagles All in a Row

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s hard to believe that Lantana’s Boy Scout Troop 99 only formed in 2010 for two simple reasons: this is now one of the largest troops in the area; and the troop is now 16 Eagle Scouts

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Painting the Town

Spring is well on its way in north Texas and it’s time to give the house a fresh coat of paint…literally. Before you go shopping around for paint at the hardware store, Flower Mound Paint, which carries Benjamin Moore Paint,

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Did You Know…

Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States? Every year, one in four deaths are caused by heart disease. The good news is heart disease can often be

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Ready to Make a World of Difference

by Susan Neuhalfen Jonas Meuleman moved from Belgium to Texas only three years ago to start an entirely new adventure with his family. Born and raised in Belgium, he left the only friends he knew, his band, his studies and

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Lake Dallas’ Van Noy Named New Volleyball Head Coach at Guyer

by Steve Gamel Heather Van Noy turned the Lake Dallas volleyball program into a consistent playoff contender in her six years as head coach. She now hopes to take that success down the road to Guyer, which incidentally, is where

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