Articles

Ready for the Game?

Starpower Brings it Home by Karyn Brodsky | Staff Writer Calling all football fanatics: it’s time to dust off your jersey, head to the big game and get stuck in terrible traffic. Wait! What??? The hassle of leaving home and

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A Matter of Trust

  by Dan Satterfield | Staff Writer As parents of young kids, we would not think of leaving our kids without trustworthy supervision – even for a night out with friends.  Yet, when it comes to protecting our young adult

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Richland College Receives Grant from Texas Workforce Commission

Richland College, Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Dallas County Manufacturers’ Association (DCMA), Garland Chamber of Commerce and local business representatives were present at a check-signing ceremony Wednesday morning at Richland College Garland Campus to award Richland College with a $500,388 Skills

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Preserving Life Even After Your Gone

Life Insurance is a good investment. by Alicia Wanek | Staff Writer We know life insurance is an important way to provide for our loved ones, but there are many benefits of having a policy that you may never have

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No Place to Call Home

The National Coalition for the Homeless defines homeless youth as “individuals under the age of eighteen who lack parental, foster or institutional care.”  Homeless youth can also be referred to as “unaccompanied” youth.  Many teens are homeless along with their

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Homeless to Hopeful…

Shanjula Harris takes home GLF’s Very Inspiring Parent (VIP) Award by Karyn Brodsky | Staff Writer What does it take to go from homeless to hopeful? Shanjula Harris of Dallas knows from personal experience. It takes steel resolve, trust in

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Transitioning into Fall

New styles flooding the stores are a sure sign that Fall is around the corner. The first cold front may be weeks away, so this time of year can present quite a challenge for any fashionista. Temps do not align

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Best Buddies for Life

Seventeen year old Lindsay Steudtner can teach us all a thing or two about loyalty and friendship. by Karyn Brodsky | Staff Writer When people think of individuals with disabilities they sometimes focus on what they can’t do. A college-bound

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Meet GLF’s Fashion Editor!

New to the GLF team is Fashion Editor, Amy Levenson Krumholz aka Style by Amy! For over 20 years, Amy Levenson Krumholz has worked in the fashion world – design, retail, wholesale, you name it. Amy graduated from The University

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