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Making History Beautiful Again

by Susan Neuhalfen Whether you’re moving into a new house or changing up the look of your current house, it’s both exciting and frustrating to find the kind of pieces that reflect what you love. Instead of searching endless rows

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Show Dad Appreciation This Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming up again and the only thing harder than shopping for a man is actually finding something that you KNOW he will love. The thing about many men is that they aren’t big on “gifts”, so we’ve

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Meet the Women Who Gave All

by Susan Neuhalfen On Memorial Day we reflect on the sacrifices made by the men of women of the military. For most of us, having such a strong military over the years has kept us sheltered from the direct attacks

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More than Above Par

by Susan Neuhalfen Lantana resident and Guyer High School senior Destany Hall began playing golf with her father when she was only eight years old. It’s a family tradition as her grandfather and mother play as well. So how much

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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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“Tim Tebow Bill” Faces Setback

by Steve Gamel A bill that would allow home-school students in Texas to compete with public school teammates in University Interscholastic League games has been delayed from going into effect. The bill, which has been dubbed the ‘Tim Tebow Bill’,

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Are Mission Trips Good for the Soul?

by Susan Neuhalfen Many area churches spend a portion of their summer on mission trips. It’s the one time when entire families or older kids can take the time for a trip, and many view it as more rewarding than

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Summer Vacation Bible Schools

While looking for things for the kids to do this summer, don’t forget about vacation Bible school. Many of these churches also have camps for the older kids. Just take a look at their website to find out more. Argyle

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Shrimp and Grits Charleston Style

This recipe was submitted by Lantana’s own Jim Bridges. His wife, a low country native of Charleston, SC, brought this recipe with her into the marriage and Jim loves to make it on special (and even not-so-special) occasions. Ingredients •

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Finding Wide Open Spaces for Sale

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s almost impossible to move to Texas and not think about the idea of owning land. With Texas’ wide variety of landscapes, it’s hard to know which is best suited to your needs or where to start

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