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Monthly Archives: March 2012

McKinney North Students Making an Impact

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Mary’s Meals is an organization founded by Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow that promotes the end of world hunger while supporting education. The organization constructs a kitchen adjacent to schools in countries like Malawi where children suffer from lack of proper nutrition. By offering porridge to the children during lunch at schools, it encourages the children to get an education and succeed while ...

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Kyra’s Kitchen: Tax Time Savings … In The Kitchen!

By Kyra Effren, TSB Food Writer In April we – put off plastic surgery, delay the purchase of a new couch, and forgo dinner out – because on the 15th [17tht this year] we owe Uncle Sam!  This is no time for profligacy even in the kitchen, so think twice about throwing away that piece of salmon, that leftover cup ...

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Chess Lessons at McKinney Performing Arts Center Have Started

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Chess lessons start up again this Wednesday March 21st at the McKinney Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in downtown McKinney.  If your student show a desire to play chess, we’ve got a great Chess program to better understand the game, improve their play while providing a setting for social interaction around the game of chess.  The beginner class starts at 4pm ...

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Report: Arrest Made in Cycling Death in McKinney

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McKinney Police arrested Pedro Mendoza, 48, and accused him of a hit-and-run incident on Greenwood Road last Thursday that killed local resident Steve Miles, according to a report Wednesday in The Dallas Morning News. Mendoza, who was reportedly driving a red sedan, is charged with intoxicated manslaughter. He was booked into Collin County jail and remains there with a $100,000 ...

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SPCA of McKinney: Bossier the Boxer Needs a Home

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Meet Bossier the Boxer! He’s a sweet and gentle, 11-year-old boy with loving, sensitive eyes and a heart of gold to match. If you are looking for a mellow, easygoing fella who just wants to lay by your side and keep you company, he’s your guy. He may be 11 years old, but he still has some pep in his ...

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Soccer Scoreboard: Title Town Sending All 6 MISD Soccer Teams to Playoffs

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All six MISD soccer teams, including 3 boys and 3 girls squads, have clinched UIL postseason berths in 2012. BOYS RESULTS McKinney Boyd beat Rowlett 5-0 at Ron Poe Stadium on Tuesday to clinch the championship in District 10-5A. Sewell Yost recorded a hat trick with three goals. Boyd is 12-1 in District 10-5A going into the final game of ...

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Baseball Scoreboard: MHS-North Postponed Till Wednesday, Broncos Fall

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The first meeting of the baseball season between rivals McKinney North and McKinney High was delayed 24 hours until tonight, Wednesday, at 7:30 due to heavy rains early in the day Tuesday. However, McKinney Boyd was able to play its regularly scheduled game against Garland Naaman Forest, which turned out to be a pitcher’s duel. Naaman Forest won the contest, ...

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Good Morning McKinney – Financial Expert and Author Erin Botsford

Feeling overwhelmed with the stock market’s performance?  Stressed you don’t have enough money saved to retire?  Erin Botsford of McKinney is the author of The Big Retirement Risk: Running Out of Money Before You Run Out of Time. A great book for the 77 million baby boomers out there. Click the video image below to watch part one of the ...

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McKinney North Boys Clinch 2nd in Distict 17-4A Soccer

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McKinney North needed a little luck and some last-minute heroics, but the Bulldogs clinched second place in District 17-4A with a 2-1 shootout win over Prosper on Tuesday at North. The Bulldogs (11-7-0, 8-3) trailed through much of the boys soccer contest and seemed frustrated on offense in the second half. But a hand ball whistle with just over two ...

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McKinney Chiropractor Charged in Fifth Sex Assault Case

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The McKinney Police Department confirmed Tuesday that local chiropractor David Allen Russell turned himself into the Collin County Sheriff’s Department earlier in the day on a first-degree felony warrant for aggravated sexual assault of a child. The 43-year-old Russell was reportedly released on a $50,000 bond. The arrest warrant, according to MPD, was signed by Judge Roach on the previous ...

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