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Sushi Restaurant Celebrates Grand Opening

Sushi Restaurant Celebrates Grand Opening

Lauren Kraus, Reporter

October 10, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Reviews

On Saturday, Oct. 6th, Flower Mound added a tasty restaurant to their array of restaurants with the grand opening of Sushi Tobi, located at 4130 Justin Rd #114, Flower Mound. Sushi Tobi offers a variety of choices including delicious appetizers which consist of edamame, crab puffs, egg rolls, and even d...

Inside Scoops on Turtle Gelateria

Inside Scoops on Turtle Gelateria

Zachary Tait, Karina Navarro, and Lauren Kraus

October 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Front Page

The smell of fresh made gelato fills the Dallas Farmers’ Market as passionate workers create their own twist on the classic treat. The Gelato Festival, held Sept. 29 through 30, is the largest gelato celebration in the world. Originally, the festival was held in Europe, however, the first Americ...

‘DeLay’ Begins, Focuses On Relationships

‘DeLay’ Begins, Focuses On Relationships

Abby Briles and Georgia Penn

October 10, 2018


Filed under Front Page

Once lacrosse player, teacher, and now an Assistant Principal, Johnathan DeLay is kicking off another chapter in his life as the high school's new Assistant Principal. This is his first year on staff, and he is "very excited to create relationships, build trusts, and make Argyle better."  “There ar...

Cafe Gecko Features Mexican-Caribbean Cuisine

Cafe Gecko Features Mexican-Caribbean Cuisine

Sloan Dial, Lauren Metcalf, and Kristjan Feltes

October 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Front Page, Reviews, Uncategorized

Cafe Gecko’s slogan is ‘Foods from Sunny Latitudes’, a restaurant that prides itself in their Mexican-Caribbean menu and tropical cuisine. The owner, Dennis Dial, graduated from Texas Tech in 1978. After college, he moved to Dallas so he could get a job in the business world. He interviewed ...

Eagles Cruise to a Homecoming Victory

Eagles Cruise to a Homecoming Victory

Max Van Drunen, Co-Sports Editor

October 8, 2018


Filed under Eagle Sports, Football, Front Page

On Friday, October 5, the Argyle Eagles will look to continue the streak on Homecoming Week. Their opponent, the winless Sanger Indians. Argyle has been on a roll for the past two games scoring 138 points, but they wouldn't stop there. They continued to put up a ton of points, scoring a school record...

Speaking up, Making a Difference

Speaking up, Making a Difference

Jaclyn Harris and Sarah Crowder

October 4, 2018


Filed under Community, Front Page

One. It’s a minuscule number, a tiny fraction of the possibilities the universe holds. One minute, one page, even one day can seem insignificant in the long run. But when put into the context of a life, “one” suddenly holds a far greater importance. Due to various hardships throughout his ...

New Coffee Shop Brews up Business

New Coffee Shop Brews up Business

Georgia Penn, Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under Community, Entertainment, Front Page, News, Opinions, Reviews, Student Life

Located on Long Prairie Road in Flower Mound, 151 Coffee is a coffee shop with a twist. This particular coffee shop is drive-through only. Many who are coffee lovers and addicts, such as myself, are always excited to hear about a new shop opening around town. As much as I love the quaint environment c...

Petition to Bring Back the Cookie

Petition to Bring Back the Cookie

Faith Stapleton, Senior Reporter

October 2, 2018


Filed under Front Page, News

The scent of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies fills the halls as the students pile into their classes, the smell lingers in the air, bringing a warm feeling to the school. In addition to the new cafeteria for this school year, there were changes to the lunch menu, one of the biggest changes for ...

Eagles Overwhelm the Leopards.

Eagles Overwhelm the Leopards.

Max Van Drunen and Jordyn Tarrant

October 2, 2018


Filed under Eagle Sports, Football, Front Page

The Argyle Eagles headed East, where they played the Liberty-Elyau Leopards at Sulphur Springs High School, in Sulphur Springs, TX. The Eagles will look to keep the streak alive and advance their record to 4-0, while the Leopards are trying to get a second straight victory, after beating Atlanta High...

Student Pursues Modeling Career

Student Pursues Modeling Career

Ashlynn Roberts, Mark Mirelez (Headline Writer), and Joe Walsh (Headline Writer)

September 27, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Student Life

Click. Click. Click. He looks the lens right in the eye, striking poses in rhythm with the camera clicks. Everyone has to wear makeup for photoshoots, and his is done to near perfection. His hair is styled and his clothes are a combination of bright colors and fun textures. He smiles and gazes sole...

Clubs Offered During Mega Lunch

Clubs Offered During Mega Lunch

Ashlynn Roberts, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Front Page, Student Life

This past week, mega lunch was added to the schedule for students and staff. This hour-long lunch will allow students to get tutoring help, socialize with friends, and have the opportunity to participate in various clubs and organizations. Each club has a specific goal, yet they all were created so st...

Is the Top Ten Percent Law Necessary?

Is the Top Ten Percent Law Necessary?

Faith Stapleton, Senior Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Front Page, Opinions

Texas legislature voted in Texas House Bill 588, often referred to as the “Top 10% Rule,” in 1997 as law. This law is deemed controversial by many and there have been several attempts to repeal it since, the latest being in 2017, with a new bill to completely eliminate the law by Senator Kel Seliger,...

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