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London Baker

by Susan Neuhalfen You’ve seen her on Cake Wars, Dallas Cakes, and now Halloween Wars on the Food Network. More importantly, you’ve seen her right here in Castle Hills at her upscale bakery, The London Baker. Meet Elizabeth Rowe. What

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Everyone Needs A Buddy

Everyone Needs A Buddy, Support Best Buddies Today by Steve Gamel   Guyer High School senior Rylie McNabney has always wanted to be a part of a cause bigger than herself. She has that with the Guyer chapter of the

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The Right Job, With Excellence Every Time

by Steve Gamel There’s nothing worse than waking up late at night drenched in sweat because your air conditioner stopped working. Well, actually there is – how about being stuck without cool air during the middle of a hot summer

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Journey to Dream Nets Sizable Donation

by Lindsay Mears When Scott and Marci Stancoff of Stancoff Insurance Agency were awarded the 2018 Safeco Insurance® Make More Happen Award last month for continuous volunteer work in their community, they knew exactly what they wanted to do with

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A Legacy of Excellence

By Steve Gamel Four years ago, Yvonne Estes had no clue what the Texas Leadership Salute was or anything about its history. All she knew was her son, Joe, was in line to win a college scholarship and received a

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Facebook: The Recent News Feed Changes & How They Affect Your Business

by Steve Gamel Facebook is doing an overhaul of its news feed algorithm to again make changes to what we see and interact with on the popular social media site. While this is nothing new to any of us –

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Is Your Home Business Protected? What You Need To Know In The State Of Texas?

by Madison Reid When it comes to home-based businesses in Texas, there are certain considerations. Many people have legal questions when starting out. If that business is in the form of a multi level marketing business, things are a bit

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The Salty Cow is a Family Affair

by Susan Neuhalfen If you don’t believe in fate, then you don’t know Jennifer and Harold Rivas, owners of the Salty Cow in Castle Hills. They met by chance in Dallas, both having left fast-paced Manhattan careers for a new

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Coping with the Holidays

by Susan Neuhalfen & Wayne Cagle, LPC-S, Owner/Lifeworks Tis the season for present-giving, New Year’s resolutions, eating, parties and, of course, family. What should be one big happy couple of weeks can become very stressful. Lake Cities Living sat down

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Striking the Right Note

by Susan Neuhalfen When I first learned about Castle Hills resident Edward Kunchev, I was excited to meet this seasoned musician. After all, he had worked professionally for almost thirty years, singing in operas, concert halls with other famous musicians

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