Corinth Police Department Celebrates its 50th Year

by Susan Neuhalfen When the Corinth Police Department was first created in 1966, it wasn’t exactly a police department. It worked the way most things in the Corinth area work. One citizen has a community concern and takes matters into

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Love Your Neighborhood

by Lori Lesnansky, Tiffanie Bush, Hunter Essex & Traci Gover SoSimple Home • 972.657.0364 • loril@kw.com Keller William Dallas Metro North How awesome for everyone in Corinth as we were recently named the 8th most desirable place to live in

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Name the Last Book You Read

by Susan Neuhalfen What was the last book you read? More importantly, when? It seems hard to believe but 33% of high school graduates will never read a book after high school and 42% of college students will never read

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Practical Goal Setting Can Bring About Positive Changes

Did you know that statically only 8 to 10 percent of people who made New Year’s resolutions successfully achieve them? Don’t be a statistic. If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight or get in shape, be fair to

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Gary Peppers: More Than Just an Agent

Having been with State Farm Insurance for 33 years, Gary Peppers has a unique perspective that most agents do not. After years of being an agent, he was promoted within State Farm to an upper sales management position, helping other

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Self-Editing is Self-Sabotage

by Steve Gamel Steve Gamel is a sports writer for the Denton Record-Chronicle. He contributes monthly to Lake Cities Living. 4 Reasons Writers Need Editors News Flash! Rookie writers aren’t the only ones who need a good editor. Veteran writers

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New Year New Hope

by Meredith McNair Community Relations and Advertising Consultant Lake Cities Living meredith@murray-media.com 817.291.7582 “Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson As we all settle into our routines after a

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Falcons Hold Their Own on All-District Team

by Steve Gamel Leading that charge was, of course, Williams. The junior do-it-all threat caught 37 passes for 485 yards and six touchdowns, rushed for 153 more with another score and completed one pass that went 62 yards for a

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LDISD Student Councils Join Donate Life Texas

LDISD middle school and high school student councils have joined as Unite 4 Life Partners with Donate Life Texas. The student council held a conference about the program for all teachers and staff for their professional development day. The Donate

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LDHS is Looking for Grateful Dads

Lake Dallas HIgh School is looking for a few good dads. They are starting their Grateful Dads program on January 23 but will be constantly adding new dads to participate. Dads are asked to come in on Mondays and greet

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