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LDHS Graduate is the New Masked Rider for Texas Tech

by Susan Neuhalfen For the 62nd year, Texas Tech has continued its tradition of naming a new Masked Rider mascot to serve the school, and this year’s rider is a graduate of Lake Dallas High School. 2013 LDHS Graduate Charlie

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There’s No Living Like Lake Living

by Susan Neuhalfen They say if you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life. Clyde Fisher is the epitome of loving what he does. Fisher was just recently awarded his sixth consecutive 2016 Best of

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Changing Lives is Just Part of What We Do

Each year, 6-8 million cats and dogs enter animal shelters throughout the United States. Due to low adoption rates, most of these animals never find a forever home. Animal shelters are forced to cope with animal overpopulation through euthanasia. That’s

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Boys & Girls Club Golf Tournament Raises Aspirations for the Future

by Susan Neuhalfen The 10th Annual Boys & Girls Club of North Central Texas Benefit Golf Tournament will be held at the Bridlewood Golf Club in Flower Mound. With a 1:30pm shotgun start, tournament play includes a round of golf,

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Faith UMC Takes Worship to the Streets with Be the Church

by Susan Neuhalfen We’ve all heard the old saying: “You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?” The answer to that question at Faith United Methodist Church in Denton is a resounding YES. On Sunday, April 3,

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LDISD Names Campus Teachers of the Year

by Susan Neuhalfen Lake Dallas ISD is proud to announce the 2015-2016 campus Teachers of the Year. A prize patrol comprised of LDISD Administrators made the rounds to each campus to surprise the following teachers with flowers and balloons while

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Homeowners are Flipping Over Yvonne Callah

by Steve Gamel There aren’t many days that go by where Yvonne Callahan isn’t being asked by friends, family, and even competing real estate agents to explain how in the world so many local homeowners are reaching out to enlist

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Zika Virus leaves North Texas with Health Concerns

by Susan Neuhalfen News about a mosquito-borne virus that has shown to be transmitted through humans has been buzzing around North Texas and instilling worry into pregnant women, who are especially concerned because of the possible birth defects it can

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A Hometown Girl, A Hometown Company

There’s something incredibly charming and simple about the way Laurie Fraser talks about the small North Texas city she grew up in, and in many ways never left. That city – we’re sure you have guessed by now – is

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Focus on Women’s Heart Health

February is American Heart Month. Since 2003, the American Heart Association has been working to increase women’s awareness of heart disease by launching the Go Red for Women ™ campaign. A heart attack occurs when blood flow to the coronary

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