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Basketball: Guyer’s De’Vion Harmon Helps Life USA to Gold Medal

by Steve Gamel It’s pretty standard to hear about high school athletes competing in summer leagues with their select teams, or even simply getting out in their front yard to get a few extra hours of practice. It’s the offseason,

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Creating the Perfect Burger

By Susan Neuhalfen Chef Aubrey Daniels of the Wildhorse Grill is determined to put Robson Ranch on the map. That’s because the Wildhorse Grill is among a handful of restaurants across the United States competing for a chance to cook

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Lunching with Leprechauns and Other Important Questions

by Susan Neuhalfen Blanton Elementary 2nd grader Isabella Walker already has her first title: illustrator. That’s because Isabella and her grandmother, Linda Romblom, published a book together this year entitled The Adventures of Princess Isabella the Leprechaun and consequently had

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Heart Screening Saves 15 Year Old Lantana Resident

Too often we hear about student athletes suffering from cardiac arrest without a warning.  Thirteen-year-old Alex Betzhold was an Argyle seventh grader who was active in football, basketball and band. In January 2012, Alex died in his sleep of an

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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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Inspiration Comes in Small Packages

by Susan Neuhalfen 9 – year old Lantana resident Sadie Keller was diagnosed with leukemia in the spring of 2015. A remarkable young woman, she has been through more than most adults seven times her age. Yet through it all,

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Exiled Cuban Finds Hope and Home in the United States

The news of Fidel Castro’s death in November sent many Cubans into the streets of Miami to celebrate. The leader of Cuba was responsible for not only the senseless and brutal political murders of many Cubans, but also the mass

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Troubled Vets Find Help Through Camaraderie and County Court

by Susan Neuhalfen Veterans who are in trouble with the law are finally getting the help they need. The Veterans Treatment Court Program in Denton County is specifically designed for veterans who have a criminal case or charge pending in

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Kids Kupboard Feeds Kids in Need

by Susan Neuhalfen Living in a “bubble” like Lantana, it can sometimes be hard to picture that there are kids going hungry in our community schools but the problem is bigger than you think. When Lara Lopez and her husband

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Women Need to Accentuate the Positive

Your job is to make your strengths more effective and your weaknesses irrelevant.” – Peter Drucker So often women are focused on their weaknesses. With the constant barrage of multi-tasking with kids, husbands, jobs, relatives, homes, etc., it’s easy to

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