A Hometown Girl, A Hometown Company

There’s something incredibly charming and simple about the way Laurie Fraser talks about the small North Texas city she grew up in, and in many ways never left. That city – we’re sure you have guessed by now – is

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Focus on Women’s Heart Health

February is American Heart Month. Since 2003, the American Heart Association has been working to increase women’s awareness of heart disease by launching the Go Red for Women ™ campaign. A heart attack occurs when blood flow to the coronary

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Defining Shady Shores

By Olive Stephens After 19 terms and 48 years serving Shady Shores, the woman who helped settle the town decided it was time for a break. In early 2011, Olive Stephens stepped down as mayor of Shady Shores, but only

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It’s All In Your Head

Learning to Change Perspective by By Brieanna Casey, Head Instructor | The Tutoring Center, Bartonville 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

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Lake Dallas Athletics has a Bright Future

by Steve Gamel As I raced down from the press box at AT&T Stadium in Arlington to the field for interviews, the first person I wanted to see was Lake Dallas football coach Michael Young. And trust me, he wasn’t

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National Signing Day 2016 Lake Dallas

By Steve Gamel Another National Signing Day is in the books, and once again, Lake Dallas had a stellar showing. The Falcons recognized five athletes during the annual college recruitment ceremony on February 3, which is the first day a

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What Kind of Business are You Running?

by Art Locke If you’re in business for yourself, whether you employ people or run a home-based business solo, it’s important to answer the question, “What kind of business are you?” This isn’t a question about the industry you’re in,

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Corinth Teen Headed to The Spotlight

Kylie Jensen of Corinth is packing her bags and looking forward to an opportunity of a lifetime, singing under the spotlights of Carnegie Hall. “I am so excited,” she said. “Every musician has on their bucket list to sing at

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Falcons Football Season Was One For The Ages

by Steve Gamel It’s been a few months since Lake Dallas football coach Michael Young watched his team take its last snap, but the memories of that historic season continue to play out in his head. Like the unbeaten run

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Lake Dallas High Singers Headed To State

On January 30, 95 Falcon Band members participated in the Region 24 UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest, which was held at Liberty High School in Frisco. “Our band students participated in 117 events and had the best results that we’ve

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