Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Activities show Argyle cares about its citizens

Argyle residents care about their community. Argyle civic and nonprofit organizations show that they care with activities and events that benefit everyone.

Maggie Jover: People, programs made job rewarding

There is an old saying that “time flies when you are having fun.” I have found this to be true.

Callie Rainosek: Microchipping a safe, painless way to help identify lost pets

Many of us take every precaution we can to protect our pets.

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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Historical markers offer look into past

Ilike reading historical markers and learning about the history of a particular area. Argyle has five — the Argyle historical marker is at Argyle Town Hall, 308 Denton St.; Johns’ Well and Campground historical marker is on Old Justin Road and C. Taylor Road; Graham-Argyle Cemetery historical marker is on Country Club Road; Prairie Mound Cemetery historical marker is a half of a mile north of FM407 on Prairie Mound Cemetery Road; and the Argyle United Methodist Church historical marker is at 9033 U.S. Highway 377.

Janet Laminack: Master Naturalists give chance to learn about nature, world

Are you a bird watcher, a trail hiker or a rock hound? Do you think bats are cute? Do you love learning about the natural world and all the subjects it has to offer: entomology, geology, botany, meteorology, ornithology, and the list goes on? The Master Naturalists program might be the perfect fit.

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Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Take steps to keep your dog cool in the heat

Brian Hall, who is contracted with the town of Argyle to handle animal control duties and is known as “Brian, the animal guy,” advises during these hot summer months dog owners be sure to provide their dogs with plenty of water.