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Leaving a Positive Family Legacy

by Susan Neuhalfen In his 30 years as an estate planner, Bartonville resident Guy Hatcher has worked with some very successful individuals and families. After sifting through legal documents, he began to see a pattern. He learned that “stuff” was

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Learning How to Pray

by Susan Neuhalfen As you drive down Hilltop toward Guyer High School, there is a new building with a sign that simply says “Prayer City”. That’s exactly what it is. “Prayer, to me, is my highest calling,” said Pastor Williams

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Teach Your Children Well

by Susan Neuhalfen With school starting, this is the perfect opportunity to regain structure in the house and teach children responsibility. Take these few weeks before school starts to get your children’s schedules back on track and establish routines, which

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Divers’ Paradise in the Bay

Just as there are national parks in the United States, so there are also national marine sanctuaries that are open to the public. Approximately 150 miles off the Coast of Galveston Island lay the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.

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Do You Really Need Protein Shakes

by Susan Neuhalfen We all have protein powder in our pantry. Some use it daily while others use it a few times a week or less. The question is, do people really need to supplement their diet with a protein

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Styles for the School Year

Our friends at the Golden Triangle Mall were kind enough to help us with some basic “must haves” for the school year. Here are their recommendations: H&M: Store Manager Cedrick says to start with the basics: black leggings and basic

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YummyBites: What Do You Want for Dinner?

We have the answer! It’s the age old marital problem. One spouse asks: “Where do you want to go for dinner?” The other replies: “. . . I don’t know, you choose.” This continues with listing off different places that

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Back to School Shopping Hacks

by Susan Neuhalfen Back to school shopping, especially for multiple kids, can be taxing on your patience as well as your budget. While we can’t do much about your patience, we can certainly help your budget. Here are some school

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Is Direct Primary Care the Wave of the Future?

by Susan Neuhalfen The debate over medical care has become almost as divided as the political parties in our country. Medical insurance has become a necessary evil although the evil part isn’t just the insurance companies. Now that the government

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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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