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Zika Virus Leaves North Texas with Health Concerns

by Susan Neuhalfen News about a mosquito-borne virus that has shown to be transmitted through humans has been buzzing around North Texas. This has been instilling worry into families and especially pregnant women, who are concerned due to the possible

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10th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central Texas

Tournament hosted at the Bridlewood Golf Club in Flower Mound on April 28th . For more information visit www.bgcgolf.club

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Divorce attorney Charla Bradshaw on emotion, fear and reality

by Steve Gamel Charla Bradshaw doesn’t need reminders of how difficult divorce can be on a family. The Denton native has been an attorney for more than 23 years, and in that time has worked her share of bitterly contested

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Looming large in Lantana

by Sarah Bays Out of nowhere, over the past year, Lantana Town Center has turned into a busy hotspot for shopping moms, ice cream-loving kids and the Lantana crowd looking to dine and shop closer to home. And so entered

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Zika virus reported in Texas

The Texas Department of State Health Services has reported the first case of Zika virus disease contracted in Texas, with the possibility of sexual transmission from an infected person who had recently traveled from areas where Zika is currently being

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Lantana HOA election coming up

Lantana has grown large enough that a resident needs to be elected to the Lantana Community Association’s Board of Directors. Fourteen residents have tossed their hats into the ring. They are: Steve Armstrong Judy Arrington Jim Bridges Melody Gscheidle Keith

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Flower Mound gets frisky

by Sarah Bays The Town of Flower Mound christened its newest park late last month, dubbing it The Hound Mound. This new place for pups to play is the town’s first dog park, and it’s located at Heritage Park at

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Toyota retreat center coming to Denton County

by Sarah Bays Most of us know that Toyota is moving into Plano with a 100-acre spread bringing between 4,000 and 5,000 jobs to the area. What locals may not know is that the company is also moving itself into

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Guyer student’s music advances to state level

Guyer student Eli Agawu wrote a musical composition called “Believe,” which has advanced on to the state level for the PTA Reflections Contest. Almost 60,000 students participate in the program each year and less than 3 percent move on to

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Register for Denton ISD FFA’s color run

Registration for Denton ISD FFA’s first color run on April 9 is now open. All proceeds from the event benefit the program. The race is about 2 miles long and happens at South Lakes Park, 556 Hobson Lane in Denton.

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