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Monthly Archives: March 2013

This Week in History: March 31, First Christian Church, McKinney’s First Church, Established


By Don Newsom, TSB Contributing Writer March 31 through April 6 Among the many events this week in our history were the first death of an acting President, the creation of Collin County, the beginning of WWI, and the establishment of several churches and hospitals in the county. In 1841, President William Henry Harrison died of pneumonia one month after ...

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High School Hallways: MISD Criminal Justice Competition Winners, Soccer, Baseball, Softball and More


By Bryan Criswell, TSB Staff High School Hallways – Week of April 1st High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools. McKinney Independent School District (MISD) 1) Boyd, MHS Students Take Top Spots at State Criminal Justice Competition If the Criminal Justice Clubs from McKinney Boyd High School, McKinney High School and McKinney North ...

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Mac Talk: Don’t be Fooled This First Week of April


By Matthew Bado, TSB Staff The City of McKinney announced several water related ordinances over the weekend. You don’t want to miss this episode of Mac Talk! (April 1, 2013)

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McKinney Trails 5K Coming to McKinney Boyd as Part of Mayor’s Health Partnership

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TSB Community Contributor The McKinney Education and AVID are the benefactors for next weekend’s McKinney Trails 5K at McKinney Boyd High School. The race is part of Mayor Brian Loughmiller’s Health Partnership program. The race will be held Saturday, April 6, at 8 a.m. Registration begins at 7 a.m. All participants will recieve finisher medals and T-shirts. It will be ...

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Soccer Playoffs: Schober’s Goalkeeping Heroics Help to Advance Lionettes Into Second Round


By Colin Bado, TSB Staff PLANO — “You don’t deserve goals, you score goals,” said McKinney High girls soccer coach Alex Pantarotto after his team defeated Richardson Pearce 1-0 in a UIL Region 2 Bi-District playoff game. The Lionettes might have “deserved” a lot more than one goal against their opening postseason opponent, but it only took one goal for the Lionettes ...

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Relay For Life of McKinney Still Seeking Cancer Survivors, Participants for Fundraiser


Submitted by Brandi Price Thousands of people are getting ready to help ease the pain of people currently undergoing cancer treatment by sponsoring, participating and volunteering for the 2013 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of McKinney and its various pre-event activities. The annual over-night fundraiser for the ACS will be held 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Fri., April 26 ...

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Eat at Jim’s Pizza in McKinney April 1 to April 19 and help fight cancer

Help stop cancer by donating to the2013 American Cancer Society Relay For Life of McKinney annual fund-raising event by eating at Jim’s Pizza, 208 W. University Dr. (Hwy. 380) April 1 through April 19! Jim’s Pizza will donate a percentage of sales to the Relay For Life of McKinney for people who mention Relay. Register as a participant and walk ...

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Jim’s Pizza to Help Fight Cancer with April Fundraiser


Submitted by Brandi Price Help fight cancer and raise funds for the 2013 American Cancer Society Relay For Life, McKinney’s annual fund-raiser, by eating at Jim’s Pizza, 208 W. University Dr., from April 1 to April 19. Jim’s Pizza will donate a percentage of proceeds to the Relay For Life of McKinney’s overall fund-raising goal of more than $500,000. Register ...

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A Message from Ken Paxton: Faith and Family


Submitted by Ken Paxton, State Senator This past week in the Texas Senate, I laid out in committees legislation pertaining to government transparency, educational opportunities, and transportation. You can keep track of legislation I am working on by clicking here. You can also track other legislation of interest to you by accessing the Texas Legislative Information System at I ...

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Soccer Playoffs: Pocock Says Lions `Peaking at the Right Time’ After Opening-Round Victory


By Colin Bado, TSB Staff PLANO —Shortly after the final seconds of the clock ran down on the McKinney Lions’ 2-0 victory over Dallas Skyline in the teams’ UIL bi-district playoff round match Thursday night, Lions head coach Alan Pocock knew his players were playing their best soccer of the season. “We’re peaking at the right time,” said Pocock. “Beating Allen and ...

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