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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Highway Route 66 takes Texas travelers back in time

As the school year comes to an end, families are turning their thoughts to summer vacations.

Janet Laminack: Free county contest features homegrown specialties

Are your tomatoes as sweet as candy? Is your basil the envy of the neighborhood? If you find that you would rather brag about your peaches than your grandchildren, I’ve got just the event for you.

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Dr. Beach names Hawaii’s Hanauma Bay best beach in America

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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Voting ends today for AISD Mountain Run finalist

The voting ends today for Argyle High School graduate and Baylor University sophomore Kelsey Landrum, who was chosen from 56,000 runners worldwide to be one of 50 finalists for Asics Beat the Sun Challenge.

David Annis: It’s not just hay

“A horse hay buyer purchases hay by what looks and feels the best. A dairy hay buyer purchases the hay according to the forage analysis. The cattle producer just wants the hay…”

Lynn Sheffield Simmons: AISD falls short of Guinness record

Argyle ISD had more than 400 participants, including students from Argyle schools and members of the community, to participate in a “Knock Out” basketball game in an attempt to beat the Dallas Mavericks’ Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s largest game of its kind that the Mavericks set in 2015 with 701 participants.