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Flower Mound firefighter earns ‘Hot Stuff’ award

Brandon Barth is Flower Mound Fire Department’s emergency management officer. When a crisis comes up, he’s first on the case. During last year’s flooding of the area, Barth was in-the-know and on the scene. For all of his work, Barth

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TRAFFIC: FM 2499 changes coming this weekend

More changes to traffic patterns on FM 2499 are coming this weekend. Northgate will be busy working this month working on TxDOT’s DFW Connector Project, with crews moving forward to complete the 25 percent left of the portion on FM

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Murrell Park closed after flooding

Just a reminder, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed Murrell Park in Flower Mound due to recent flooding in the area. The Corps has not yet determined a date for the park to reopen, but you can stay

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Gift cards collected for tornado victims

The Town of Flower Mound is collecting gift cards to help the victims of the December 26 tornadoes in the Rowlett area. The tornadoes claimed the lives of several and demolished residential areas in Garland and Rockwall. Gift cards can

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New gun carry law in effect

Along with the new year 2016 comes a new law in Texas, allowing handguns to be carried in plain view for people with a license to carry or a valid concealed handgun license. The gun must be properly secured in

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Keep up with Flower Mound town projects

Curious about street closures in the Flower Mound area? Find out more on the town’s website. You can also get updates on street projects, water/wastewater projects, and work going on at the town’s trails and parks.

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Get Your Read On

Sifting through the information available on how to develop home-reading programs for your children can be overwhelming to say the least. But if you can implement these few tips, it can greatly enhance your child’s reading decoding, and comprehension skills

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Harpool Middle Backs Type 1 Diabetes

For the past few years, Counselor Annette Price has lead a Type 1 Diabetic (T1D) support group at Harpool Middle School. The support group has allowed the students to meet, share thoughts, feelings, ideas and even experiences that have allowed the

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In a Family Law Case, Think Twice

After years of practicing family law, I have rarely seen a family law case where people representing themselves did not end up in future lawsuits. The problem is that those future lawsuits can be costly and cost more than if

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Guyer Boys are Young, but Ready to Make Statement

Guyer boys basketball coach Grant Long said in a recent poll, his team was picked to finish either fifth or sixth in District 5-6A – far from being in the playoff picture. Long laughed at the notion, but understood why.

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