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Boys and Girls Club 5k Going to be a Doggone Good Time

As a non-profit 501(c)(3), the Boys and Girls Club of North Central Texas is used to doing a lot of fundraising. Despite being part of the national organization, they are responsible to raise all of the money for their local

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Ditch Your New Year’s Resolutions

by Susan Neuhalfen What is it about New Year’s Resolutions that we can’t resist and yet, we can’t keep? Every year we pledge to lose weight, eat healthier, change our diet in some way. Every year we start out strong

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Corinth Police Department Celebrates its 50th Year

by Susan Neuhalfen When the Corinth Police Department was first created in 1966, it wasn’t exactly a police department. It worked the way most things in the Corinth area work. One citizen has a community concern and takes matters into

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Name the Last Book You Read

by Susan Neuhalfen What was the last book you read? More importantly, when? It seems hard to believe but 33% of high school graduates will never read a book after high school and 42% of college students will never read

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Gary Peppers: More Than Just an Agent

Having been with State Farm Insurance for 33 years, Gary Peppers has a unique perspective that most agents do not. After years of being an agent, he was promoted within State Farm to an upper sales management position, helping other

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Classic of Denton Plays Santa to Friends of the Family

Since opening its doors over a decade ago, the employees of Classic Mazda Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram have made it a holiday tradition to give generously to their north Texas community. This year, they truly went above and beyond. Jessica

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Little Elm Police Lose One of Their Own in Standoff

Denton County sadly lost a hero yesterday. Little Elm Police Department Detective Jerry Walker, 48, was fatally shot after responding to a report of an individual with a gun at a residence near Lakeside Middle School in Little Elm. The

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Opening the Door to New Beginnings

by Susan Neuhalfen Denise Oates loves all things new. She loves new clothes, new ideas, New Year’s celebrations and especially new beginnings. Denise and her husband have run a family trucking company for several years, with Denise handling the day-to-day

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The Guardian Angels of Big Sandy

by Susan Neuhalfen They are accountants and electricians. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. They wear leather, some have tattoos, and some are veterans. They have two things in common for sure: they love riding motorcycles and are

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NCTC: An Economical Choice for Denton County Students

Dr. Brent Wallace of North Central Texas College spoke at the November Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce luncheon about the 90 year-old institution and its incredible growth. It has experienced a 33% increase in enrollment in the past 10 years,

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