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Achieving Dental Harmony

We all want the absolute best; to experience that perfect balance that offers us the fullest potential. When seeking our dental care, we should assume the same level of excellence, and that is exactly what we have come to expect

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Buckets and Bows Maid Service Puts People First

What are the most important things to look for in a 
maid service? Trustworthiness…consistency…reliability…low employee turnover… These are qualities that a customer looks for no matter what the business, but even more so when that business comes into your home

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Primrose School of Lantana Believes Children Need Balance, Too

Choosing a pre-school is one of the most critical decisions young parents will make. It’s important to find a learning environment that is safe and fun while focused on education. Primrose School of Lantana offers a balanced learning curriculum that

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He Got a Ticket to Ride

by Susan Neuhalfen As kids, many of us remember receiving mail and what a thrill it was. Today’s kids are so used to email that many do not know how to address an envelope or write a proper business letter.

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Out with the Old

by Susan Neuhalfen With Earth Day looming in April, it is gentle reminder to us of two things: it’s time to spring clean and it’s important to recycle those items that are no 
longer needed. The easiest way to get

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Easter Services

Easter Services Argyle United Methodist Church 
9033 Fort Worth Drive, Argyle 
www.argyleumc.org April 14 Good Friday Service 6:30 PM April 16 Easter Sunrise Service 7:00 AM April 16 Easter Service 9:00 AM,11:00 AM Crossroads Bible Church 
8101 Justin Rd, Double

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Former Guyer Wide Receiver to Transfer to UNT

by Steve Gamel Former Guyer wide receiver Ellis Jefferson, who parlayed a successful high school career into a Division I scholarship at Arizona State, appears interested in playing football at UNT. The news of Jefferson’s potential transfer to UNT was

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TWSA All-State Team

by Steve Gamel The high school football season has been over for three months and postseason honors continue to roll in for the Guyer football team. The Texas Sports Writers Association released its Class 6A All-State team in February, and

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It’s Time to Get Your Lawn in Spring Shape

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com Ready or not, with the Bradford pear trees starting to turn and dogwoods in full bloom, spring is definitely upon us. We’re focusing this article on information that should be helpful in the

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Summer Sleep-Away Camps That are Within Driving Distance

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s time to start planning for summer and in addition to the family vacation, it may be time to start sending the kids to sleep-away camp. It could mean a little R&R for you and a little

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