Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Package thieves hit Argyle

This is part of a poem I wrote in my children’s book Bo and the Christmas Bandit, and sadly, it describes what is happening in Argyle and around the country. Packages are being stolen from front yards, porches and entrance gates.

David Annis: Be prepared for tornadoes, floods

Are you prepared for a disaster? No, I am not talking about an asteroid striking earth, end-of-life-as-we-know-it disaster. I am talking about being prepared around your house, farm, ranch or business for disasters that can and do occur in Texas such as floods or tornadoes.

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Janet Laminack: Indulging in pecans for the holidays nutritious, tasty

All over Texas this holiday season, meals will end with a pecan pie. I’m here to give you several wonderful reasons to indulge in that pie and offset any fretting over calories.

Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Christmas in Argyle is a time for giving

The First Baptist Church Argyle recently filled more than 110 shoe boxes with goodies and necessities to be distributed to children in need all over the world.

Courtney Davis: Take care when giving food gifts

It’s Black Friday and a great time to start your holiday shopping, if you haven’t done so already.

Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle Angel Tree gets book donations

The Argyle Angel Tree program is the recipient of 30 children’s books for young children from the Argyle Little Free Library.