Your On-Call Legal Team

by Susan Neuhalfen Scott Reib of Reib Law believes that when it comes to keeping your business healthy, legally speaking, prevention is key. “Most people call attorneys only when they are in an emergency situation,” said Scott Reib. “We think

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Corinth’s Culinary Gangster

by Susan Neuhalfen To think it all started with an Easy Bake Oven. Corinth Elementary 5th grader Charlotte Murray loves to cook. She began with her Easy Bake Oven and moved on to baking and cooking under the supervision of

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Lawn Maintenance for Texas Winters

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com Grass growth is starting to slow down, temperatures and leaves are starting fall. It must be November in Texas. As we’re preparing to deal with the cooler temps, there are many things to

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It’s Time to Try a Tri

If you’ve ever thought a triathlon might be in your future, believe it or not, this is the perfect time to start. “The last triathlon races in the area are all done now until March,” said Lantana resident Claudia Weir,

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One-on-One Fitness for a Healthier Life

by Jesse J. Leyva, Owner of Outlaw Bootcamp, Outlaw Fitcamp & Jesse James Fit www.OutlawBootcamp.com • www.JesseJamesFit.com To be successful at fitness and obtain a healthier lifestyle, setting goals is key. But it’s not always easy to meet those goals,

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Your and You’re: What’s the Difference?

Welcome to another Edit This® grammar lesson. I know what you’re probably thinking: “Oh man, I’ve stumbled upon another article on the difference between your and you’re. Make it stop!!” I have to agree on that point. There’s a ton

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Makeover of the Month: Anna Casteen

Anna Casteen was nominated by her sister, Amy, for a makeover. After eight years of teaching middle and high school math in New York, Anna has moved back to the area and no one is happier about this than Amy.

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Foods that Boost Your Immune System

by Annette Doody Savory Bistro Owner and Wellness Coach www.thesavoryteam.com Dear Annette: Kids are back in school and cold and flu bugs are already showing up. I hear food is medicine, but can diet really help prevent a cold or

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High School Students Pledge Their Allegiance on Signing Day

Many high school athletes sign a letter of intent to commit to play their sport in college. In high school, there are two major signing days each year, one in November and the other in February. Lake Dallas High School

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Guyer Student Newest Eagle Scout

Guyer Senior Hayden Hazelip has just been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America’s highest honor. A member of Troop 771 in Argyle, Hayden built an enclosed storage area to house children’s outdoor toys and tricycles at

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