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Holiday Shopping? Think Small.

by Susan Neuhalfen The holiday season is upon us, and it’s time to start shopping for your family, friends, co-workers, and loved ones. Do I hear a collective “ugh”? How about trying something different this year? Shop small. In between Black Friday and

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12 Questions With Hickory Creek Mayor, Lynn Clark

by Steve Gamel The folks at Lake Cities Living decided to play a friendly game of 10 Questions with Hickory Creek Mayor, Lynn Clark. Lucky for us, she was gracious to let us into her world. Lake Cities Living: What

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Debra Walthall Eager For Next Step

Corinth Police Chief, Debra Walthall, Eager For Next Step by Steve Gamel   When Debra Walthall became the Corinth Police Chief in 2008, she was welcomed with open arms by everyone in the department and immediately felt at home. But

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Fourth of July Celebrations

by Lindsay Mears If you are looking for something fun to do in the Denton County area to celebrate Independence Day, these are a few spots to check out. Lake Cities 4th of July Lake Dallas City Park 101 E.

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Are You Networking? Well You Should Be!

by Steve Gamel Jennifer Harvey didn’t know the first thing about networking when she moved to Texas four years ago, and if you get her talking, she might try to convince you she’s still not a pro at it. But

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There’s a T-Rex Walking Down The Street

by Steve Gamel Last month, Lake Dallas resident Dalles Wielenga put on a family event in front of The Original Joey O’s in Corinth. Similar events are put on all the time by companies and local businesses looking to spur

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Lake Dallas Recognized as Purple Heart City

by Steve Gamel Lake Cities residents and visitors who happen to be passing through town may have noticed a few extra road signs leading into Lake Dallas. The city was recently designated as a Purple Heart City in recognition of

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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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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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Never Underestimate the Heart of a Champion

by Adelyn Smith, LD FFA President The beginning of school is always exciting for students, but it’s especially thrilling for the students enrolled in Future Farmers of America. That’s because the start of school means the start of a show

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