Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle police field traffic law questions

Through the years, I have heard Argyle residents ask these questions, “Why is there a 30 mph speed limit on this road?” Or “Who sets these speed limits, anyway?”

Red yucca excellent choice for landscape

I’ll bet that most of you already know red yucca, Hesperaloe parviflora, which is widely used in North Texas. That’s because it is such an outstanding choice for the xeric, low-maintenance landscape, needing no supplemental water and almost no attention in North Texas.

Agency plans for future

We are barely into summer, but the Denton County AgriLife Extension Office is already planning for the new 4-H 2015-16 year that starts Aug. 15.

Anna Love: Forgo fad diets this summer for new trend

Each spring and summer, people get more serious about losing weight. This is a great time of the year to do it — you have better weather, longer days, more outdoor activities and more fresh produce in season.

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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle’s first residences located in center of town

The first homes in Argyle were located in the center of town that is now called “Old Town Argyle.”

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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Little free library gets children’s books

Argyle Little Free Library recently received a donation of approximately 50 children’s books from Lantana resident Jennette Mears.

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