Archive for 2013

St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics creates beautiful smiles with a focus on each patient’s self-esteem

For over 30 years, the staff at St. Clair & Massey Orthodontics has made their focus the individual – not just the smile – in an effort to raise feelings of self-esteem and worth in their patients. That’s something to smile about! Dr. John R. St. Clair, his nephew, Dr. James T. St. Clair, and […]

Concierge physician Dr. Gray makes time for tailor-made hormone therapy

One of the complaints women have with regard to hormone management is that their OB/BYN physician does not have the time to discuss hormone issues. These women are frustrated with the standard treatments prescribed. Years ago, treatment options for hormone issues for women were limited; patients were given one of two or three standard treatments […]

See your child catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math with help from Mathnasium

Children don’t hate math. They hate being confused and intimidated by math when it doesn’t make sense. Mathnasium learning centers specialize in making math make sense. Mathnasium’s goal is to significantly increase your child’s math skills, understanding of math concepts, and overall school performance, while building confidence and forging a positive attitude toward the subject. […]

Basketball teams shine against Monterey

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—As the Frenship girls continued their district schedule on Friday, the boys finally got to start theirs. In a double-header at Monterey High School, Frenship showed that it will be a force this year in district. The girls defeated Monterey in the first game, 45-39, while the boys routed the Plainsmen in […]

Frenship debuts varsity soccer teams

BY PRESTON WICKERSHAM WOLFFORTH—Frenship High School ushered in a new era on Thursday when the Tigers introduced their varsity soccer squads in the 2013 Frenship Cup to kick off the first season of varsity soccer at Frenship. The girls opened the tournament, playing the first varsity match in Frenship history Thursday morning and earning a […]

Frenship grad to try out for dance show

A 2012 Frenship High School graduate will cross an item off her bucket list when she auditions for “So You Think You Can Dance?” this weekend. Just being there is a huge honor, Callie Teegardin said of her upcoming audition in Austin. “I’m expecting to walk in that room and hope and hope that they […]

Frenship athletes honored for acts of kindness

Two Frenship High School juniors are being honored this month by the Parent Teacher Student Association for their acts of kindness in December. Craig Kiser and Tyler Craiger were nominated by Janise Wertz, a life skills teacher. Wertz said in her nomination that Craid is a student of hers, but Tyler is his friend who […]

Crestview Elementary School students meet Ugandan pen pals

Writing letters to pen pals may be a dying art, but not only are students at Crestview Elementary School writing letters, a few were lucky enough to meet their correspondents Wednesday morning. Joy Field, who teaches fifth-grade science at Crestview, said she and Principal Stacy Davis were inspired after reading “Kisses from Katie: A Story […]

Wolfforth’s new K-9 hire can look forward to health care, retirement

One of the sweeter stories I’ve gotten to do with Frenship Today was about Dino, the Wolfforth Police Department patrol dog who officially retired in April. Wolfforth’s city leaders decided to go on providing for Dino’s medical expenses instead of just putting him down or hoping he’d just “deal” with the pain of hip dysplasia. […]

Wolfforth gets new K-9 officer

Although the Wolfforth Police Department’s first patrol dog is enjoying retirement, his impact on the department led officers to seek another personable dog like him. Kwinto joined the Wolfforth PD last month after Officer Jared King attended training with him at the Little Rock Canine Academy in Little Rock, Ark. The dog was born and […]