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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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LDMS Choir Solo & Ensemble

LDMS Choir students competed in UIL Solo and Ensemble contest, hosted by Killian Middle School. Out of 4 ensembles and 19 solos, each one earned at Division 1 rating – the highest rating possible. The musicians, directed by Stephanie Hamilton,

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LDISD Open Enrollment

Lake Dallas ISD will be accepting applications for open enrollment transfers for both residents and non-residents. Transfer approval is based off the student’s academic history, discipline, attendance, and passing STAAR scores. Open enrollment spaces are limited and will be processed

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ATC Parent Meeting

Students who are signed up for a course at the Advanced Technology Complex for the 2018-19 school year are encouraged to attend an Open House on Tuesday, May 22 from 6-8pm. It will provide useful information regarding transportation/shuttling to the

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DISD EMT/Fire Program

Next year Denton ISD, in partnership with the Denton Fire Department, will be offering a program that will allow students to earn their EMT and firefighter certifications before graduation. The 2 year program will be taught at the LaGrone Advanced

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Solsmart Silver

The city of Corinth has been recognized by the national SolSmart program for making it fast, easy, and affordable for Corinth residents and business-owners to convert to solar. The recognition received is a Silver designation, which means Corinth has removed

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Flu in Denton County

Denton County Public Health reported the thirteenth influenza-associated death in the county for the 2017-2018 flu season. Although the number of positive flu cases has decreased since February, this recent death proves that the influenza virus is still a serious

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Mayor for the Day

Jayshon Hardimon, a 5th grader from Shady Shores Elementary, was chosen to serve as Hickory Creek’s Mayor for the day! Jayshon was chosen out of about 30 5th grade students who are all apart of Lake Dallas ISD’s Leader in Me

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Corinth Public Works Building

Thursday night the Corinth Council voted unanimously to authorize Public Works Director Cody Collier to proceed with Lamb-Star Engineering to oversee renovations of the existing public works building located at 1200 North Corinth Street. Renovations are scheduled to begin in

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7 Ways to Upgrade Your Backyard

by Steve Gamel Summertime is almost here, which means we’ll be spending more of our free time outdoors. For many of us, that means taking a long, hard look around the backyard to see what can be spruced up, added,

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