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Coping through Communication

The death of a child is every parent’s worst nightmare and yet something most parents shy away from discussing with each other and with their children. However with recent tragedies both locally and nationally, the thought of losing a precious child

In Memory of Jack D. Johnson

Beloved Southlake Carroll Superintendent Jack D. Johnson passed away Thursday, January 3, 2013 at the age of...

In the News - Reporter Dionne Anglin

“I’ve chased hurricanes and politicians, covered crime and corruption and my share of parades,” says FOX 4 News Reporter Dionne Anglin who knows one thing never changes; “people are always hungry for up to the minute news.”

From Bedside to Boardroom: The State of Nursing is Healthy in Southlake

By definition, a nurse is a person who cares for the sick. While this is accurate, it does not begin to tell the whole story. In today's complicated world of healthcare reform, the role of nursing has evolved to include prevention...

From Overloaded to Organized

School bus, school lunch, after school activities- meetings, bills, events and dare I say, “Date night,” we all tackle hundreds of daily activities from just as many roles from parent to employee and volunteer and friend. With so much to do...

Strong Impact

Weight loss was the number one New Year's resolution in 2012 and staying fit and healthy was ranked fifth, according to national data research company Statistic Brain. It is a safe bet these will again be popular New Year's resolutions in 2013 as...

Trailer Talk: Movie Previews This is 40

Be ready to laugh until your stomach hurts with two great comedies- This is 40 and The Guilt Trip.

Run On! Opens in Southlake

Today, Run On!, a specialty running store based in Dallas, announced that its sixth store has officially opened in Southlake.

What's On Your T-Shirt?

Get in shape, get organized, and spend more time with family are three of the top ten New Years resolutions made by Americans in 2012, according to a University of Scranton study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Year-End Gifts Needed by GRACE

Ordinarily December is the month GRACE receives its largest gifts of cash contributions which help sustain the organization during the leaner spring and summer months. However, to date, GRACE has only received about 17%...

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