Copper Canyon 2013 Town Election Filing Deadline

For anyone interested in filing for the 2013 Regular Election ballot, you must file at the Town of Copper Canyon by March 1, 2013 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday – Friday at 400 Woodland Dr., Copper Canyon, TX 75077. You may file in person at this address or file by […]

Proper nutrition, exercise succeed where lap band fails

Cyndi Steele and family with trainer Jake Camp (left).

Five years after undergoing expensive and painful weight-loss surgery, Flower Mound resident Cyndi Steele had re-gained half of the weight she had lost.  Worse yet, her blood pressure and other vital indicators were reaching unhealthy levels. Still in her early 40s, the wife and mother of two active children knew something had to change. “I […]

Playoff Roundup: Marcus girls, Guyer and Flower Mound boys all fall in Friday playoff action

The Marcus girls fell behind early and never could recover in a 64-57 loss to Lubbock Coronado in Friday’s Class 5A Region I semifinal at Fort Worth’s Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. Marcus (30-8) was making its first regional tournament appearance since the 1997-98 season and was coming off an emotional 53-50 win over Mansfield Timberview just […]

Lantana Ladies League – Spring is in the Air

watering-spring-garden

It’s time to revive your flower & vegetable/herb gardens and the Lantana Ladies League is giving tips on Tuesday, March 19.  From 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. at Grapes to Wine, 2648 FM 407, Suite 130 in Bartonville (Bartonville Town Center). {Guest Speaker} Lauren Highland, Assistant Manager at Calloway’s FM & Master Certified Nursery Professional through […]

Zero Hour role the latest stop on Marcus grad Foster’s acting tour

Highland Village’s Scott Michael Foster received his first big break when he was cast as Cappie in the ABC Family show Greek, a role that lasted four seasons.

Please pardon Michael Scott Foster for any excitement he shows during his upcoming visit to Texas. Not only will he be visiting his parents in Highland Village, family elsewhere in North Texas and Marcus High School friends, his 28th birthday is March 4. Plus, he’ll host the March 3 Dancing for C.A.U.S.E. fund-raising event at […]

Nelson returns to family law roots at Highland Village practice

Brett Nelson

Whether fate, circumstance or a higher power brought them together, Brett Nelson and the Christman Kelley & Clarke law firm are glad it happened. Nelson joined the Highland Village practice in January as its newest partner and one of four attorneys in the Texas office (other locations in Santa Barbara and San Francisco, Calif.). He […]

Lantana Road Closure Update

The Bentson Drive entrance to Magnolia Addition off of FM 407 began paving on Tuesday, February 12 and is expected to be complete by February 19, 2013. The road is scheduled to be reopened to traffic approximately February 26. The Emily Lane entrance to Kendal Addition off of Copper Canyon Road was closed on Thursday […]

Lantana’s Hollansworth fondly recalls driving in the Indy 500

Lantana’s John Hollansworth Jr. was Fastest Rookie Qualifier for the 1999 Indianapolis 500. He tells his story as a driver in that race.

Memorial Day Sunday 1999 was a time John Hollansworth Jr. never will forget. While millions of sports fans watched the 83rd Indianapolis 500 auto race on television and hundreds of thousands attended in person, the Lantana resident did something most people can only dream about. He drove one of the 33 cars in the race. […]

Boards acting on water tower exchange, bond issues

The freshwater supply districts serving Lantana this week are set to take official action on a property exchange that will net residents a new water tower to replace the existing one, which will be demolished to clear the way for retail development.  With that project out of the way, construction of a major shopping center […]

Keeping live oaks looking good is homeowners’ responsibility

Example of a Lantana live oak that has been groomed and clear of the sidewalk.

Drive around the neighborhoods of Lantana and one can’t help but see all the young live oaks standing guard throughout the community. Having at least one of the native Texas trees at the front of each property is required to live here. While most look neat, fit and trim, others are overgrown near sidewalks, half […]

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