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Volleyball: Lady Falcons Ready for New Regime

by Steve Gamel New Lake Dallas volleyball coach Angel Mauterer is still trying to get a feel for her new surroundings. But she is insistent this year’s Lady Falcons team will again be in the hunt for a playoff spot

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Denton ISD Looking for Mentors and Volunteers

Denton ISD is currently looking for mentors and volunteers. Mentors work 30 minutes to an hour each week, same time, same day, and with the same student. All of our mentors serve as role models and provide encouragement. There are

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LDE Wins Digital Award

Lake Dallas Elementary has been recognized as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Sense Certified School for teaching their students to use technology safely and responsibly. The award came from Common Sense, a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids and

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Lake Dallas ISD Teachers of the Year Announced

LDISD has announced their 2017 campus Teachers of the Year for the district. Congratulations to Cymica Gallahan, Corinth Elementary; Deborah Zertuche, Lake Dallas Elementary; Dawn Gray, Shady Shores Elementary; Casey Harl, Lake Dallas Middle School and Kelli Whiteside, Lake Dallas

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LDISD 3rd Annual Community Breakfast Features Dan Rather

LDISD held their 3rd Annual “Better Together” Community Breakfast on August 1 featuring special guest speaker Dan Rather. Rather, a former journalist and anchor for CBS Evening News, spoke at length about the winning idea for the 2017 Rather Prize

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Small Business Excellence Award

Lake Dallas Realtor Clyde Fisher has been selected to receive the 2017 Lake Dallas Small Business Excellence Award. The program recognizes outstanding small businesses that have achieved success in the community and enhance the positive image that makes Lake Dallas

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Our Business is Customer Service

by Susan Neuhalfen Now that the construction is almost finished around Toyota of Denton, Scott Fly and his staff have a pretty audacious goal for the 2017-2018 school year. They are helping the Lake Cities area charities raise a half

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The Therapy of Dance

by Susan Neuhalfen Teresa Cooper has a heart for people who are different. The UNT dance instructor who teaches ballet, modern, tap, and choreography in the Dance and Theatre Department has always enjoyed bringing music and dance to life. “My

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Is Direct Primary Care the Wave of the Future

by Susan Neuhalfen The debate over medical care has become almost as divided as the political parties in our country. Medical insurance has become a necessary evil although the evil part isn’t just the insurance companies. Now that the government

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Back to School Shopping Hacks

by Susan Neuhalfen Back to school shopping, especially for multiple kids, can be taxing on your patience as well as your budget. While we can’t do much about your patience, we can certainly help your budget. Here are some school

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