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Inspiring Others In A Fitness Journey

Inspiring Others In A Fitness Journey by Steve Gamel   Vicki Carter must have played her daughter, Kelsey’s, innocent words over and over in her head a trillion times. Kelsey, just 6 at the time, was getting ready for her

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Lantana Super Dog Helps Save Elderly Couple from Fire

Lantana Super Dog Helps Save Elderly Couple from Fire by Steve Gamel   Lantana resident Sandra Thayer and her dog, Migyrl, were like two peas in a pod from the second Thayer rescued her from a shelter in Lewisville just

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Operation Mutt 22

Operation Mutt 22 by Barbara Scott-Kolb Two men protecting our country in the Middle East have returned with another mission in mind – transform the lives of our deserving veterans. Marine Justin Rie and Navy member Jordan DeArmond established a

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Changing The Stigma of Mental Health

by Susan Neuhalfen You might remember #22Kill from the Push-Up Challenge that swept social media a few years back. People all over the world were doing 22 push-ups to bring awareness that on average 22 veterans per day commit suicide. 

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D-I-Y Halloween Outfits

by Caroline Brock October is coming up and everyone’s favorite holiday is close at hand. The one day out of the year where eating excess candy and running around in a costume is socially acceptable. The only difficult question  on

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Police Videos Continue To Go Viral

by Steve Gamel When Lieutenant Jimmie Gregg and the rest of the officers at the Corinth Police Department realized they’d been challenged by the nearby Hickory Creek PD to take part in a social media lip sync battle, they were

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Are You Networking? Well, You Should Be!

by Steve Gamel Jennifer Harvey didn’t know the first thing about networking when she moved to Texas four years ago, and if you get her talking, she might try to convince you she’s still not a pro at it. But

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Hey Lantana! You’ve Got A New Community Center On The Way

by Steve Gamel Lantana has long been known as a vibrant and social community that offers just about anything a resident could ask for, from hiking and biking trails to swimming pools, basketball courts, fitness centers, and outdoor family-focused events.

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A Dinner Group? Why Not!

by Steve Gamel Jessica Johnson figured everyone in the neighborhood would think she was crazy. It was 2008 and she and husband, Randal, were excited to be newly-minted Lantana residents. The only problem was that neither knew anyone in the

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Dream STEAM Lab at Rayzor

by Susan Neuhalfen Two teachers at E.P. Rayzor Elementary had a vision. Teacher and Librarian Melissa Leonard and Art Teacher Carleen Michener wanted to create an area at the school where they could keep up with technology advancements for the

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