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Following These Tips Will Make Men Look Good

I find that quite often the men I work with think they are dressing professionally and look quite good when they head into the office. They don’t realize that the clothes on their back are ill fitting, out of style, and

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A Doctor You Can Trust

Eric Romanucci is the furthest thing from a salesman. Sure, when he gets behind a medical procedure or an advancement in technology he believes will benefit patients, Romanucci can talk all day about it. Unfortunately, that’s when most of the

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Lantana Resident Spotlight: Erin Lundie

Erin Lundie  Franchise Owner Primrose School of Lantana 7020 Justin Rd, Argyle, TX 76226 214.577.6395 www.primroselantana.com Q: Where is your family from? I (Erin) grew up in Dallas and Frank grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. We met while

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Lantana Business Spotlight: Kwik Kar

Owners John and Johnna Bohannon tell about their business which was named Best Auto Mechanic Shop in 2013 and 2014 Best of Denton County voting. Q: How long have you been in business? A: We opened in February 2012 and

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Lantana Among Communities Targeted For New Lions Club Chapter

Lions Club International is looking to launch a new chapter for residents in Lantana, Bartonville, Double Oak, Copper Canyon and Flower Mound. The group is seeking people and potential service projects, especially those most needed and not being addressed by

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Lantana Resident Moore Inspires History Channel Series

The recently-aired History Channel series Texas Rising has a strong connection right here in Lantana. Steve Moore, a Sandlin resident since 2002, authored the companion book for the 10-hour mini-series that the state’s fight for independence from Mexico and the

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Denton County Storm Victims Eligible for Possible Federal Aid

Individuals and businesses affected by the record-breaking rain and flooding that occurred in May could receive federal assistance after Denton County was included in a list of eligible Texas areas by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Approximately 30-40 homes and

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