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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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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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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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That’s What Friends are For

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s one thing to be the new kid in school, trying to meet people and fit into your new environment. It’s another thing to be at a disadvantage socially and trying to connect with your fellow classmates.

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Your Loud Persistent Snoring Could be a Clue that Saves Your Life

DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT SNORES? DO YOU SNORE? Have you heard of sleep apnea, “The Silent Killer”? If you have ever wondered if you have sleep apnea take the simple quiz: Do you snore at night? Do you have

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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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A Veteran and His Dog: Saving Each Other and the World

by Susan Neuhalfen Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide. It’s a staggering statistic and one that many veteran support groups are fighting every day. Rob Genet knows this all too well. His father, a veteran, took his life 30 days

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Lake Dallas High School Band is a Team in Itself

by Susan Neuhalfen School bands are legendary in North Texas and the evolution of band itself in the last few decades has met incredible change, not just from a musical standpoint, but from a performance standpoint. From a halftime perspective,

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Gifts that Give Back

by Susan Neuhalfen The only thing that feels better than retail therapy is buying something you love and knowing that you’re helping a good cause. It’s never too late to start shopping for Christmas, birthday or just because gifts and

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