Meeting the Needs of the Family

by Susan Neuhalfen As summer winds down, one thing that excites kids is going back to school and all of the newness that goes with it. New clothes, new backpacks, new supplies, new haircuts…but what about the families who don’t

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Makeover of the Month: Liberty Leyva

FREE MAKEOVER Are you ready for a whole new look? Just email us at cloud9salon@cloud9salon.com and tell us why you or someone you know deserves a makeover. We’ll select one lucky winner from our entries to receive the full hair

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American Eagle Harley Davidson Parties on the Patio Every Weekend

Every Saturday from noon-4pm, American Eagle Harley Davidson in Corinth is having a party for a great cause. Come join us any Saturday at noon for live music, cold beverages and sometimes even free food. And here’s the best part:

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Open Carry is Much Ado About Nothing

by Susan Neuhalfen Governor Gregg Abbott signed House Bill 910, the Texas Open Carry Bill for concealed handgun holders, into law and it went into effect on January 1 of this year. The new law allows Texans who currently hold

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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

by Susan Neuhalfen In 1925, during the Lions International Convention in Cedar Point, Ohio, it was Helen Keller who charged the Lions with becoming “knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness.” For nearly 100 years, the Lions Club

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Is a Mercy Rule in Football Really That Bad?

by Steve Gamel In case you didn’t hear, the state of Idaho has essentially approved a new mercy rule for all of its 11-man high school football teams. That shift immediately sent shockwaves through the Texas high school football community,

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Immunizations are Key to Keeping Our Children Safe

by Susan Neuhalfen With the new school year quickly approaching, it is important to keep our children up to date on their shots. According to Sarah McKinney with Denton County Public Health, this is the perfect time to get them

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Falcons Quest for State Title Comes Up Short

by Steve Gamel When now former Lake Dallas coach John Tompkins said earlier this season that he felt like his senior-heavy team could do some good things in 2016, he wasn’t kidding. But even Tompkins had to be thinking the

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Keep Calm, Stay Positive

by Meredith McNair, Community Relations and Advertising Consultant Lake Cities Living meredith@murray-media.com 817.291.7582 “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”  ~ Winston Churchill When one thinks of July, what comes

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Wanted: Good People with Bad Credit

by Rocky Haire, Haire Law Firm You can’t believe how many homes are going into foreclosure. Every day I get calls from people needing to make a move fast because they are about to have their home auctioned off. Houses

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