Keeping the Family Together

by Susan Neuhalfen Every year, approximately 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are put down in U.S. shelters.  That equates to one animal every 13 seconds that is euthanized.  The majority of these animals are the unwanted offspring of owned

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Lasting Changes for You, Not the New Year

by Jesse J. Leyva, Owner of Jesse James Fit, Outlaw Bootcamp & Outlaw Fitcamp JesseJamesFit.com • OutlawBootcamp.com Research has found that approximately 50% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but only 8% stick to them.  Why do most people fail at

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Making Good Decisions in a Not-So-Good World

by Susan Neuhalfen What started as a book has now, as predicted, become a movement. Inspired Right: Your American Opportunity is about right vs. wrong. It’s about the actions and decisions that are being taken in our world today by

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Managing Your Lawn in Up & Down Temps

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com We hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and a great start to an outstanding 2018! Our first quarter schedules have come out and it’s going to be a busy one. Projects can

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Graduating Senior Aims for Career in Cancer Research

by Sarah McCurdy Lake Dallas High School Senior, Sarah Dunn, can check off MIT, Rice University, Abilene Christian University, and Harvard University from the list of colleges she has been accepted into, so far. The 17-year-old doesn’t know which school

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Alot, A lot, Allot – What’s the Difference?

by Steve Gamel Edit This 469.360.3611 EditThisLLC.com Welcome to another Edit This® grammar lesson. Today, we will explore the differences between alot, a lot, and allot. Do you know the difference? Let’s cut to the chase right now and eliminate

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Cooks in the Kitchen at Corinth Elementary School

by Susan Neuhalfen There are a lot of cooks in the kitchen at Corinth Elementary School. That’s because the Kid 2 Chef program at CE, led by Cindy Medlicott and Anne Waidelich which started last spring, has become one of

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Texas’ Answer to Groundhog Day

by Susan Neuhalfen Groundhog Day is an annual tradition made popular by a Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, newspaper editor who promoted the town’s groundhog as the official mascot named Punxsutawney Phil. As legend goes, if the groundhog sees his shadow he will

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Falcons Hold Their Own All-District Team

by Steve Gamel Lake Dallas may have been one of the smaller teams in its district, but that didn’t stop the Falcons from being competitive and making it back to the playoffs. For that reason, it was no surprise to

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Rescue Me

by Susan Neuhalfen Sometimes we have to go through a rough patch in life to find our purpose. That’s exactly what happened to Bartonville resident Lynette Cano. To be fair, though, Lynette always believed that helping animals was her purpose.

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