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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

More than Heartburn?

Jan 08, 2013 ● By tina

In 1977, as a young surgical resident, I was given an assignment to deliver a formal presentation to our entire faculty and all my fellow residents. My topic was cancer of the esophagus, which at that time was...

From Overloaded to Organized

Jan 08, 2013 ● By tina

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...

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

Jan 08, 2013 ● By tina

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...

In the News - Reporter Dionne Anglin

Jan 08, 2013 ● By tina

“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.”

Strong Impact

Jan 07, 2013 ● By tina

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...

What's On Your T-Shirt?

Jan 04, 2013 ● By tina

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.

New York's Holiday State of Mind

Dec 04, 2012 ● By tina

“Oh, Christmas isn't just a day, it's a frame of mind... and that's what's been changing. That's why I'm glad I'm here, maybe I can do something about it,” said Kris Kringle (played by Edmund Gwenn) in the classic holiday movie Miracle on 34th Street.

Best of 2012

Dec 04, 2012 ● By tina

Protecting our own annual tradition our editorial team takes a fond look back at the year 2012. We’ve compiled our list of special people, places and events marking the passing of another great year. What follows are...

Jack D. Johnson - Founder of the Dragon Nation

Dec 04, 2012 ● By tina

Visionary. Disciplined. Dynamic. Honest. Fair. These are highly sought-after qualities in a leader, but rarely are they all found in one individual. Southlake is incredibly fortunate to have been served by one for 30 years. Described by...

The Gift of Music

Dec 04, 2012 ● By tina

I have two distinct childhood memories of attending the symphony orchestra. Both are still pretty vivid many years later. Combined, they made a big impression on me. This was the start of my life long involvement in and appreciation of classical music
  • DFW Toys for Tots Drive


    Please make a generous donation of a new, unwrapped toy to a Southlake Starbucks location nearest...

  • Extreme Ornament Help-Create Events

    02:00PM — 06:00PM

    Unleash your inner elf during Vetro’s Extreme Ornament Help-Create events, *select dates and time...

  • Traditional Ornament Help-Create Events

    02:00PM — 06:00PM

    Bring the kids and drop in for one of Vetro’s Traditional Ornament Help-Create events, *select da...

  • Dragon Madness

    06:30PM — 08:00PM

    Dragon faithful are gathering for an enthusiastic collegiate inspired pep rally to open up the ba...

  • Carroll Basketball DRAGON MADNESS

    06:30PM — 08:00PM

    Dragon fans and basketball fans alike will not want to miss this chance to kick of the season in ...

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