Chief’s Corner

by Debra Walthall, Chief of Police With Summer Vacations around the corner we would like to take a moment to provide a few tips to those who may be traveling.  Here are some things you definitely want to consider: Forward

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Lakeview Marina Sets Standard for Family-Owned Businesses

by Steve Gamel In 1942, Louis B. Drozd, Sr. opened a fishing camp in Lake Dallas. Back then, fishermen would haul the motor for their boats in the trunk of their cars, and one of Drozd’s many jobs was to

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Granny J Eats

Shh! Granny J has a secret. Food chain restaurants aren’t always the best. Flower Mound and Highland Village now have a lot of breakfast choices but my favorite is at 190 West Main Street in Old Town Lewisville called the

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Quick Fixes Don’t Work

by Jesse J. Leyva, Outlaw Fit Camp 940.497.6002 If you haven’t noticed lately America’s latest trend, and really addiction, is on quick fixes. If it can’t be had instantly, it’s not worth the effort or time for the average individual

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Huffines Subaru Shares the Love with TCAP

Huffhines Subaru of Denton presented the Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP) with a $25,000 check as part of Subaru’s “Share the Love” initiative. The national program, which has been running for several years, collects $250 from every new Subaru

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Top Summer Plants to Update Your Garden Beds

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions Warm air and rain, cold air and wind, tornadoes and sunshine…….it’s that time of year again where things are day-to-day and you never know what tomorrow’s weather has in store. We do hope everyone

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LDISD Announces Fire Academy

Lake Dallas ISD (LDISD) is offering a new career path for its students who want to become firefighters.  In a newly formed partnership with Lake Cities Fire Department (LCFD) and North Central Texas College (NCTC)  LDISD will establish a Fire

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One Simple Fact Remains: We Are Still Distracted

by Susan Neuhalfen In the split second it takes to look down at one text message while driving, everything could change.  The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year.  1

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Simple Ways Update Your Home

by Lori Lesnansky Keller Williams- DFW Real Estate Leader 972.657.0364 One of our friends recently invited us over to see the transformation of her nice home into an amazing retreat. How so? The power of paint! Upon our arrival we

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Helping Veterans Find Their Purpose Post Service

by Susan Neuhalfen 22 veterans per day commit suicide. That is a very real statistic to those suffering from PTSD as well as our wounded warriors. Currently, more veterans are lost to suicide here in the United States than to

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