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Educating Yourself For The Unexpected

by Steve Gamel Local lawyer Charla Bradshaw has a message every married couple should hear. Charla Bradshaw is a human encyclopedia of family law, and her knowledge of divorce-related matters, in particular, is unmatched. In a matter of 10 minutes,

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Coming in Handy

by Susan Neuhalfen City code enforcement is important to maintain a healthy and safe environment for residents, but sometimes it’s a sticky wicket. On one hand, it’s great for neighbors to keep lawns and homes maintained for property value purposes

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20 Questions With Guyer Softball Coach Keith Medford

by Steve Gamel The 2018 softball season is just now getting underway at Guyer. Head coach Keith Medford has been at the helm since the school opened and has made the Lady Wildcat program a consistent playoff powerhouse. Coach Medford

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Is Your Home Business Protected? What You Need To Know In The State Of Texas?

by Madison Reid When it comes to home-based businesses in Texas, there are certain considerations. Many people have legal questions when starting out. If that business is in the form of a multi level marketing business, things are a bit

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LDHS Student Selected as Texas All-State Musician

by Susan Neuhalfen For the first time in nine years, a member of the Lake Dallas High School Falcon Band will perform with the Texas All-State 5A Symphonic Band. Kaitlyn Kennedy, a French horn player at LDHS competed against over

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TAXES New Rules in 2018

by Susan Neuhalfen Chances are you are already wrapping up your 2017 taxes and getting them ready for your CPA. The good news is most of the recently passed Tax Reform provisions kick in on January 1, 2018, which means

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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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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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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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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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