How Do You Define Family?

by Susan Neuhalfen How do you define family? For the staff at the Corinth Veterinary Clinic, it can be anything or anyone two-legged, four-legged (or more), furry, scaly or anything in between. For 15 years, Kim Jacobs has worked at

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In Lake Dallas July 4th is an Entire Day of Family Fun

Monday, July 4, 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. • Admission is FREE Lake Dallas City Park • 101 E Hundley Dr, Lake Dallas, TX While July 4th is an important holiday all over the DFW area, nothing rivals the spectacular, one-of-a-kind

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Upside Down in Your Home?

by Rocky Haire 972.394.3000 www.hrj-law.com I’ve hated bullies since I can remember. Literally.  They’re in every profession. They intimidate to get what they want. They’re everywhere—banks, insurance companies, lawyers, doctors, plumbers—and you have to punch them in the nose (legally, of

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You Have Questions? We Have Answers

by Lori Lesnansky, Hunter Essex & Tiffanie LaRue-Bush SoSimple Home – Keller Williams LoriL@kw.com • www.sosimplehome.com www.dfwhomevalue.house In this life you get to decide how you want to live your life-by-design. If you could change your living conditions, how would

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Flex Your Mental Muscle This Summer with Mathnasium

For your kids, summer is a time for camps…soccer camp, basketball camp, strength and conditioning camp.  Why not have them flex their mental muscles, too? The truth is, the longer we let them push back from their studies, the farther

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What Went Wrong with STAAR this Year?

by Susan Neuhalfen Many in Texas have long believed that there is too much emphasis placed on standardized testing. It is argued that students and educators spend too much time on standardized tests, and that there is too much pressure

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Solve a Real Life Whodunnit at Summer Camp

by Susan Neuhalfen Are you looking for something really cool for your kids to do this summer? How about letting them live out a real life mystery for a week? The Corinth Police Department has just the ticket. Kids ages

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Top 5 Tips for Aspiring Journalists

by Steve Gamel I still remember standing in the hallway just outside my journalism professor’s office at UNT. He didn’t have a ton of time to talk, but he wanted to go over an article I had written. His critique

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Artist and Audience Unite

by Susan Neuhalfen For nearly 50 years the Greater Denton Arts Council has been providing foundational support for Denton’s artists. They are a local, non-profit organization whose mission is two-fold: to give artists the opportunity to share their crafts with

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Here’s to the Dog Days of Summer

by Meredith McNair Community Relations & Advertising Consultant, Lake Cities Living Wow, here we are in June already!  It’s funny how time flies when we’re having fun!  Hopefully everyone can look back to the first half of 2016 and count

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