Self-Maid

It only took 35 years for Debbie Sardone, founder and president of Buckets & Bows Maid Service, to become an overnight success. She started her house cleaning business to help supplement her husband Steve’s income as a Plano Police Officer.

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You’re Never Too Young to Make a Difference

by Susan Neuhalfen The kids of Lantana never cease to amaze. At a time when parents have a rough time getting their kids to do their chores, Lantana residents Matthew Schwartz and Braiden Kuiper took it upon themselves prove that

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The Dental Advantages of Botox

by Dr. Matt, practicing dentist and owner of Country Lakes Family Dental www.CountryLakesDental.com Many of you who know me know prior to my dental profession, I spent time working as an engineer, and like most engineers, not only do I

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A Magical Experience

Those who think sports is the most serious commitment students make while in high school have never been involved in band. Not to discount sports, there is a huge time and monetary commitment, but at least the season ends. For

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Teaching Stars to Shine

by Susan Neuhalfen Drama kids are a special breed of unique. They come from all walks of life. Some are actors and actresses, some are directors and some are artists designing props. They are like puzzle pieces, in all shapes

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Repairing Tough Talks

by Laura Westbrook, M.A. LPC-Intern Acorn Counseling Education Services 940.222.8703 • acorncounseling.services We’ve all had them. Those “conversations” that turn heated with no warning. At times, we’ve endured them. If honest, we’ve also instigated them. In the moment, that famous

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Foods that Boost Your Immune Systm

by Annette Doody Savory Bistro Owner and Wellness Coach www.thesavoryteam.com Dear Annette: Kids are back in school and cold and flu bugs are already showing up. I hear food is medicine, but can diet really help prevent a cold or

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See You at the Pole at Blanton Elementary

Blanton Elementary students and parents gathered at the flagpole bright and early on September 27 for the annual See You At the Pole event. SYATP was inspired by students who wanted to find new and unique ways, places and times

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Golf is Good for the Body and Soul

by Susan Neuhalfen Golf has always been a popular sport, but it really didn’t reach “cool” status until sometime in the 1980s. All of the sudden athletes and rock stars alike joined the ranks of the vividly dressed duffers, bringing

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Local Charity Impacts Global Problems

by Susan Neuhalfen Sujo John knows about survival. Shortly after moving to the United States, he found himself on the 81st floor of the World Trade Center on September 11. “Something had been weighing on me for a while –

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