Family Is Key To Success

by Steve Gamel Neatly displayed on a bookshelf in Jim Bridges’ office are two hats. The first appears to be barely worn and has Jim Bridges State Farm stitched on the front. The other, much older in comparison, is a

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What Makes You Healthy

Welcome to our Women’s Wellness issue.   As I near another birthday and add yet another year to the count, I can’t help but realize how fragile life can be and appreciate the health blessings I have. In my 20s

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Pet Adoption Of The Month

Hi, I’m Tucker I’m a 3 year old, male Shepherd mix. I’m very friendly and energetic, so a family that will love playing tug of war with me would be perfect. I love attention and will always be near to

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Sheriff’s Corner

Sheriff’s Corner With Sheriff Tracy Murphree The Denton County Sheriff’s Office has been working closely with other agencies to keep children safe from internet predators. We recently conducted a Joint Online Solicitation Operations that resulted in 10 onsite arrest and

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A Different Kind Of Financial Services Firm

by Steve Gamel All Glen Smith could do was laugh when his dear mother surprised him recently with a stack of old report cards. Many of his grades, whether for science, social studies, or history, were not as good as

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How To Become A Licensed Architect

by Mike Love ML Group, LLC. 972.355.8700 MLGroupTexas.com It’s unrealistic to expect high school students to have their entire lives planned out. But by their senior year, which is now for the Class of 2019, many of them have a

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The Real Boys of Fall

The Real Boys of Fall: Lantana’s Fantasy Football League by Steve Gamel When Chris Byrne created a fantasy football league in Lantana aptly called, The League, he was more than willing to take the reins as the league’s commissioner. After

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Makeover Of The Month: Vicky Lorenzetti

Vicky Lorenzetti has been working at the same company for more than 30 years, but recently was laid off. The emotional shock had really put a damper on Vicky, but this resilient woman picked herself back up and was able

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Community Rallies For Navy Seal Injured In Crash

by Steve Gamel The Denton County community and beyond is rallying together to support a local American hero who was in a near-fatal car crash on Sept. 3 that forced doctors to amputate both his legs. Dan Licardo, a former

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Keto Diet: The Highs and Lows

by Diana Risell I first heard of the Keto diet in the 1990s. My colleague, Joe, was following it to lose weight. He had a box of stuff that he bought at a pharmacy, and it seemed to involve more diet

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