The Argyle Volunteer Fire Department’s first pumper truck is back home in Argyle and parked in front of the remodeled AVFD building at 427 U.S. Highway 377. The renovated building is now Earl’s 377 Pizza.
I was making farm visits on a couple of different operations last week when it occurred to me to talk about carrying capacity and stocking rates.
Argyle’s latest crime involves homeowners listing their houses for sale on Craigslist and getting calls from people wanting to rent it.
LOS ANGELES — Power-and-blood fantasy saga Game of Thrones ruled the Emmy Award nominations Thursday with a leading 23 bids, including best drama, while a real-life epic of murder and celebrity, The People v. O.J. Simpson, was close behind with 22 nods.
It is summertime in Texas, which means that the temperatures are approaching the triple digits, and we find ourselves spending more time outdoors. It’s also the time of year in which the danger of children being left alone in and around cars increases.
CANYON — She creaks when she moves. Her joints pop as she’s lifted from the spot where she’s lain for decades. Rising up, she protests as any centenarian might. But move she must.
About 100 people have protested plans to kill dozens of ducks and geese that overpopulated a West Texas park.
June was a busy month for Denton County 4-H members. Along with State 4-H Roundup, members also participated in the District East Region Horse Show in Athens.
New YorkLions Gate to buy Starz in $4.4 billion deal Film and TV studio Lions Gate is buying cable channel operator Starz in a deal worth $4.4 billion.
If you are a goat producer, or if you are interested in becoming a goat producer, please join us for our Goat Production Meeting, scheduled for 8 a.m. Friday, July 8 at the Ridin’ for the Brand Cowboy Church located at 5926 FM455W in Sanger.
Five citations have been given to violators of Argyle’s hands-free ordinance that went into effect the first of May.Argyle residents and those driving through town have had plenty of notice.
Kerry Washington, Lena Dunham, Emma Watson, Selena Gomez and Serena Williams say help from other women has been critical to their success.
The fight over regulating genetically engineered crops in three Hawaii counties was back in a federal courtroom as some agricultural giants look to protect their farms from bans against modified food.
It’s happening again, a rainy spring! When we get this much rain, we are happy and thankful, because we know what drought feels like. It’s nice to have a “little extra in the bank” with our lakes full for a change.
The blackfoot daisy, Melampodium leucanthum, also called the Plains blackfoot daisy, is a tough, drought-tolerant Texas native that can thrive in hot places.
The Argyle Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon-cutting at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Giovanni’s Pizza, 100 Country Club Road, Suite 112. The restaurant is now under new ownership.
Most area schools let out for the summer this week. As a matter of fact, all three Denton high schools — Denton, Ryan and Guyer — are holding their graduation ceremonies today.
Argyle High School graduate and Baylor University sophomore Kelsey Landrum will be one of six amateur runners for Asics Beat the Sun Challenge, a nearly 16-hour relay race to the peak of Mont Blanc, the highest point in the Alps located along the border of France and Italy.
As the school year comes to an end, families are turning their thoughts to summer vacations.
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.
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.
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.
An abundance of homegrown fruits and vegetables often triggers the desire to can foods at home. While this can be a fun and rewarding way to keep foods long after the season ends, care must be taken to assure that foods canned at home are safe to eat.
Herbicides come, and herbicides go — all for different reasons. It is now estimated that the cost of getting a herbicide labeled is $250 million. For each herbicide that comes to market, Purdue University had a study that estimated that 14,000 chemicals didn’t make the proverbial cut.
The recent scam affecting Argyle residents is a telephone call from an individual pretending to be a police officer calling to inform the resident there is a warrant for his or her arrest and the resident needs to pay a fine or go to jail.
As the weather continues to warm up, pool season kicks off for many of the 30,000-plus swimming pools in Denton County. Swimming is an excellent activity that family and friends can enjoy together, but we must always have respect for the potential danger that exists. Therefore, it is very is important to be aware of pool safety. Towards that effort, May has been designated as National Water Safety Month.
It’s raining again! This seems pretty obvious, but if it’s raining, you don’t need to water your lawn.
Organizers for the “Shoot for the Stars” event in Argyle will conduct a knockout basketball game on Friday, May 6 at the new Alex Betzhold Memorial Community Outdoor Basketball Court at Argyle High School, 191 U.S. Highway 377, and they are looking to set a world record.
David Logan of Argyle received the male athlete of the year award in the 15-21 age group at the Area 11 Spring Games of Greater Fort Worth held April 8-9 in Arlington.
The Stanfield Masonic Lodge, No. 217 A.F. & A.M. was chartered Jan. 22, 1858 and is the oldest fraternal organization in Denton. It was named in honor of charter member W.W.O. Stanfield.
Opportunities abound to learn more about landscapes and gardening this time of year.
Four Masons recently received recognition for their many years of service during a special ceremony at the Texas Grand Lodge awards presentation for 50- and 60-year Masons of Stanfield Lodge in Denton.
Did you know that the No. 1 killer of Denton County residents is heart disease, a disease in which many of the risk factors are actually preventable?
Perk up a shady spot in your spring garden with red columbine, Aquilegia canadensis. Its lantern-like flowers appear in March or April in North Texas.
RALEIGH, N.C. — Major corporations took stands Thursday against a new North Carolina law that bans anti-discrimination measures based on sexual orientation and gender identity and requires transgender people to use public bathrooms that match their birth certificates.