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Finding Your Inner Model

by Susan Neuhalfen Have you ever dreamed of being a model? There’s a new business in Argyle designed to help you experience that dream and you might just end up in front of industry professionals in the process. “We have

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How to Deal With Migraines

by Susan Neuhalfen If one has never experienced migraines, it is hard to understand the pain attached to them. Migraines are debilitating headaches that make performing daily tasks difficult for even the most determined of people. They affect roughly 12%

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Best Area Restaurants for Gluten Free Menus

by Susan Neuhalfen If any member of your family suffers from Celiac Disease, you know how difficult it can be to eat “gluten-free” at a restaurant. The good news is that more and more restaurants are offering gluten free menus

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Guyer Season Preview: Won’t Be Pushed Around By Anyone In 2017

by Steve Gamel Despite returning just seven starters – two on defense – from a team that lost in the second round a year ago, Guyer looks like that big brother who can push around every wannabe bully in the

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Denton ISD calls for TRE

The Denton ISD Board of School Trustees voted unanimously to call a Tax Ratification Election (TRE). The TRE will ask for an approval of swapping two cents from the debt service portion of the tax rate (currently 50 cents) to

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Lantana Looking for School Volunteers

Denton ISD as well as all three Lantana Elmentary Schools are currently recruiting volunteers – especially those who want to mentor or tutor students. The purpose of the volunteer program is to utilize the talents of parents, grandparents, caring citizens

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New DISD Fine Arts Director and Asst. Announced

Jackie deMontmollin has been named the Denton ISD Director of Fine Arts and Eddy Russell has been named the assistant director. DeMontmollin is the former Associate Director of Theatre Education for the University of Houston and stepped into the role

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Highland Village Farmers Market

For those looking for fresh, organic food, and handmade local products, the Highland Village Farmers Market has opened on 407 and Highland Village Road. Local vendors are set up in the parking lot in front of the old Kroger store.

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Tradition vs. Progress

Susan Neuhalfen, Writer and Editor for Argyle Living, Lantana Living and Lake Cities Living Susan@murray-media.com 972.899.3637 Ex. 101 I recently attended an open meeting where the Boy Scouts discussed including girls in their program starting as Cub Scouts. (They currently

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Who They Become is as Important as What They Know

It wasn’t long ago that Lantana residents Erin and Frank Lundie were looking for a preschool for their children. Erin, who had been a teacher, curriculum instructor, and assistant principal, was obviously interested in the academic side of things, but

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