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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Dove Hunting Season Starts Saturday in McKinney

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Submitted by City of McKinney The start of dove hunting season on Saturday, Sept. 1, means shots could be heard inside city limits. State law restricts hunting to areas of land greater than 10 acres, but allows dove hunting inside the city limits. Hunters must avoid shooting less than 1,000 feet from the property line of a public tract of ...

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Northbound U.S. 75 Eldorado Parkway Exit Reopens

Submitted by Anna Clark, City of McKinney Today, the first major milestone of the ongoing Texas Department of Transportation project  to widen U.S. 75 from the Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) to White Ave. in McKinney occurred this morning with the reopening of the Eldorado Pkwy. exit from U.S. 75 northbound. The TxDOT construction project is anticipated to be complete in ...

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Back to School Means Activity at Samaritan Inn

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By Brian Bearden, TSB Contributor The first week of school saw 11 different buses line up on North McDonald Street at the Samaritan Inn, which serves the homeless in Collin County. Lynne Sipiora, executive director of The Samaritan Inn, said that school districts such as Plano ISD and Frisco ISD are required to provide a way for students to get to ...

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The Still Life: His and Hers to Debut at Laura Moore Fine Art Studios

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Submitted by TSB Community From the 17th century, the still life has historically persevered as one of the major themes of art. Husband-and-wife duo William and Carolyn Patterson are both Contemporary Realist painters who are engaged with the still life; Carolyn works primarily with the still life and landscape and William includes the still life along with a concentration on ...

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Master Forge Outdoor Kitchen Offered in Silent Auction at ReStore

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Submitted by Habitat Restore Look at this beautiful new outdoor kitchen made by Master Forge. We’re auctioning it off and you may be the lucky bidder! The kitchen includes a cast iron griddle and 2 restaurant-quality stovetop burners as well as drawers and a front cabinet. Complete with a sink, granite countertop and serving bar, this is a first-class addition ...

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Volunteer McKinney: Several Opportunities This Week

Submitted by VMC Volunteer McKinney Center offers three ways to get involved this week: • Plan to kick off the holiday season. The upcoming Believe! 2012 10K & 5K Run, and 1-Mile Walk on November 24, which benefits the children of McKinney, is seeking volunteers. What a wonderful opportunity for energetic families, groups, and individuals to cheer participants. Help with ...

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Tennis: North JV Beats McKinney Boyd 14-4 to Open Season

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Submitted by TSB Community The McKinney North JV tennis team opened its season Thursday with a strong performance, beating McKinney Boyd 14-4. The team came out strong, sweeping the doubles matches then went on to win eight of the 12 singles matches. Winning Bulldogs include: Hayden Smith, Nick Parker, Austin Blumenthal, JD Eubank, Corey Pearson, John Grider, Kaleb Heath, Joseph ...

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Volleyball Scoreboard: North, MHS Each Split Pair of Matches on Day 1 of Frisco ISD Tournament

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By TSB Staff, Community Contribution McKinney’s neighboring Collin Conty city is playing host to tournament action this week. Both McKinney North and McKinney High are taking part in the Frisco ISD Tournament. McKinney North The Lady Bulldogs split at the Frisco ISD Invitational tournament on Thursday evening. North played Carrollton R.L. Turner as its first match. The girls took the ...

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Football Scoreboard: North Loses 17-Point Lead, Drops Opener at Newman Smith

By Mike Bruu, TSB Sports Writer McKinney North lost its season-opening football game 21-17 to Carrollton Newman Smith on Thursday night at Standridge Stadium in Carrollton. After jumping out to a 17-0 halftime lead, the Bulldogs allowed 21 unanswered points to the Trojans. With the ball on the Newman Smith 45-yard line and less than 90 seconds left in the ...

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MHS Students Adapt to Headaches and Luxuries of New Building

By Catherine Festa, TSB Contributor McKinney High students are adapting to on-site construction during school hours and changes to the building as part of an MHS improvement project. School began this week, so there was more adjustment necessary than merely waking up earlier. Students walked into MHS on Monday with several new innovations after only three months of summer construction. ...

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