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Warmer weather and the outdoor experience

by PJ Kratohvil Everyone’s asking if we are even going to have a winter this year or not … it’s beautiful out, who cares? With the weather we are having now just get out there and enjoy! Such a mild

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Lantana State Farm agent, resident seeks HOA seat

by Sarah Bays Lantana, the master planned community set on a hill just west of Flower Mound and Highland Village, has grown to the size that it now needs a resident to hold a seat on its HOA board. Jim

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It’s all in your head: Learning to change perspective

by Brieanna Casey Whether you’re working with students who feel below or above average in the classroom, the most pervasive threat to their future success is the idea that their intelligence and ability, in school and otherwise, is fixed, measurable

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What can your dentist do for you?

by Dr. Matt Artho I grew up in West Texas, and most anyone from there is aware of the unique mineral content of water. My town was specifically known as “The Town without a Toothache” because the excess of fluoride in

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Guyer ready to take on tough slate

by Steve Gamel There likely isn’t a tougher district that Guyer could have landed in for the next two years, but head football coach John Walsh said he and the rest of the Wildcat athletic teams will accept the latest

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Spring forward, spring cleaning

On Sunday, March 13, we will take notice of spring forward that inevitably makes our weekend one hour shorter … major bummer!    This is something that doesn’t change. It’s constant. It’s definite. Additionally, as we round out the famous

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An outpouring of God’s grace and love

“We want them to feel ownership and excitement over being part of this church, instead of having them simply plug in to what the church is already doing.” Pastor Chris Schoolcraft and his staff would love to take credit for

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Marcus High students commit to colleges

Congratulations to all the Marcus High School athletes who signed their letters of intent to play collegiate sports on Wednesday. They are: Baseball: Alex Albright – United States Military Academy Zac Cook – University of Texas at Arlington Devin House

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Rayzor Elementary part of die-cast creation

More than 6,500 students from 11 area elementary schools competing in Texas Motor Speedway’s Speeding To Read program will showcase their artistic skills beginning today through Lionel Racing’s “Design A Die-Cast” contest. Lionel Racing, the official Die-Cast of NASCAR, is

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Harpool Middle girls take top basketball spot

Students at Harpool Middle School took home some fine wins from the district basketball tournament this past weekend. Here are the results: 1st place 8th grade girls 1st place 7th grade girls 4th place 8th grade boys 6th place 7th

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