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Educating Yourself For The Unexpected

by Steve Gamel Local lawyer Charla Bradshaw has a message every married couple should hear. Charla Bradshaw is a human encyclopedia of family law, and her knowledge of divorce-related matters, in particular, is unmatched. In a matter of 10 minutes,

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Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy: Raising Leaders

by Susan Neuhalfen WALL or Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy will be changing things up this year for their newest leadership conference. This year’s focus is on the next generation, our greatest legacy. “An essential ingredient for healthy leadership

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Transcending Language Through Poetry

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s hard to believe that less than four years ago Harpool 8th grader Fien Meuleman couldn’t speak a word of English. Her family moved in 2014 from Belgium to Lantana. At that time, Fien was enrolled in

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Transitioning Into Spring

by Rebecca Grunewald It’s never too early to start thinking about your new spring look – especially here in Texas. Here are some great looks put together by our friends at the Palm Tree Boutique with three North Texas locations

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Guyer Ready To Take On New District Slate

by Steve Gamel The Guyer football team is used to being placed in a tough district lineup every year. That won’t change next season, though there is the added incentive of exacting revenge on a few opponents of the past.

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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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Spring Break Camps & Fun

by Susan Neuhalfen During spring break vacation your kiddos can get bored, and when they get bored. . . well you know the rest. Luckily, the Lantana Community Association is planning a kid’s activity schedule for every day of the

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How to Make Green Eggs and Ham

by Susan Neuhalfen Read Across America is happening on March 2, which would have been Dr. Seuss’ 114th birthday. Dr. Seuss will be celebrated by kids all over the country, so what better way to celebrate with your kids than

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Different Ways to Observe St. Paddy’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is usually celebrated with green beer and live music. However, there are some other ways to spend the weekend and not everyone celebrates only on March 17. Denton Celtic Dancers Community Dance Class Sunday, March 18 at

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Is Your Home Business Protected? What You Need To Know In The State Of Texas

by Madison Reid When it comes to home-based businesses in Texas, there are certain considerations. Many people have legal questions when starting out. If that business is in the form of a multi level marketing business, things are a bit

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