Corinth Author Shares Journey of Healing

by Susan Neuhalfen There is so much to learn from Anna LeBaron. Author of The Polygamist’s Daughter, the Lake Cities resident has lived a life that most of us have only heard about in documentaries or on the news. She

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Season Preview: Falcons Ready to Soar Off Into Playoffs

by Steve Gamel Lake Dallas is coming off a rough season that saw the Falcons again face injuries at quarterback while never really gaining momentum in a tough District 14-5A race. But head coach Michael Young said his team wasn’t

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Volleyball: Lady Falcons Ready for New Regime

by Steve Gamel New Lake Dallas volleyball coach Angel Mauterer is still trying to get a feel for her new surroundings. But she is insistent this year’s Lady Falcons team will again be in the hunt for a playoff spot

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Summer Sleep-Away Camps That are Within Driving Distance

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s time to start planning for summer and in addition to the family vacation, it may be time to start sending the kids to sleep-away camp. It could mean a little R&R for you and a little

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How My Son and his Juicy Juice Helped Me Beat Writer’s Block

by Steve Gamel Edit This 469.360.3611 www.edit-this-npsteve.com So there I was trying to crank out an article when I realized how little I had accomplished. Four hours later – just me and a blank computer screen. Oh the joy of

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City of Corinth Easter Egg Hunt

Join the City of Corinth on Saturday, April 8 from 9am-12pm at Corinth Community Park for an amazing Easter celebration! There will be a petting zoo, bounce houses, face painters, pony rides, food trucks and, of course, an Easter egg

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The New TEA Accountability System for Schools Gets an F

The Lake Dallas Independent School District as well as many schools in Texas got their first taste of the new school accountability rating system recently which grades schools on a scale of A-F. This new system, which was touted to

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