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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Rock the Inn 3 – Benefiting The Samaritan Inn Homeless Program

The Samaritan Inn is proud to announce its third annual “Rock the Inn” dance party, scheduled to take place on Saturday, Sept. 14, in the River Club at FC Dallas Stadium in Frisco. Get ready to “Party with a Purpose” with the celebrated Ice House Band, one of the most sought-after party bands in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The band ...

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Scrivens Runs for 228 Yards but Broncos Can’t Slow Down Horn

MESQUITE — The McKinney Boyd Broncos lost their season opener in football Friday night,  falling to Mesquite Horn 55-36 at E.H. Hanby Stadium. Boyd’s offense looked terrific, putting up 494 total yards. The star was Dedrick Scrivens, who rushed for 228 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries. Quarterback Curtis Ladd added 216 total yards, including 150 passing on 10-of-25 ...

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Lions Lose Opener as Mansfield Legacy Ground Game Dominates


Heading into the 2013 season, McKinney High School head coach Jeff Smith said the Lions were ready to prove something this year — their second year back in 5A football. That plan, however, took a backseat in McKinney’s opener Friday night at Ron Poe Stadium, as the Lions lost to Mansfield Legacy 38-28. “They were better than us tonight…give them credit,” ...

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Volleyball Scoreboard: Boyd Wins Twice in Arlington Tourney; MHS, North Play in Frisco

McKinney Boyd swept the first day of action at the Arlington Varsity Tournament Friday, defeating both Red Oak and Pearce in two sets. Boyd defeated Red Oak 25-19, 25-18, and Pearce 25-13, 25-21 and will return to tournament play Friday. In the Frisco Tournament, McKinney North Lost to Rockwall (25-18, 18-25, 13-25) and Frisco Centennial (22-25, 19-25) but defeated WT White ...

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Letter to the Editor: Tax Ratification Election Shouldn’t Have Been Approved

Various individuals, including school board staff, have wailed loudly about how they can’t live without $12 million more from McKinney taxpayers (of course, the new tax rate will generate more what they need, $10.7 million) — but hey, trust us, we we will put the excess in the rainy day fund …. at least until we can spend it.) The ...

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Dove Hunting Season Begins This Weekend; MPD Lists Regulations

The start of dove hunting season on Sunday, Sept. 1, means shots could be heard inside city limits. A map on the McKinney Police Department website shows properties that are permissible to hunt. All hunters should have a Texas Hunting License with a Migratory Bird Stamp. State laws restrict hunting to more than 1,000 feet from the property line of a public tract ...

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‘Squaring Off’ on Cyclists in McKinney and Anti-Discrimination Ordinances


Matthew Bado and Sara Thomas discuss the following hot topics on this week’s episode of Square Off,‘s take-no-prisoners opinion show: What should be done, if anything, to prevent accidents between automobiles and cyclists throughout McKinney? Candidates for  governor and attorney general, including McKinney’s Ken Paxton, have lambasted a proposed San Antonio ordinance that would ban discrimination based on sexual ...

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North Whips Newman Smith in Opener; Jones Rushes for 209 Yards


For the first time six years, the McKinney North Bulldogs will open the season 1-0. Riding the powerful legs of junior running back Ronald Jones, North defeated Carrolton Newman Smith 34-17 Thursday night at Ron Poe Stadium to kick off the 2013 campaign. Jones was the offensive catalyst for North, rushing for 209 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries. ...

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Volleyball Scoreboard: MHS Fares Better than North at Frisco Tournament

McKinney High and McKinney North participated in the Frisco Tournament at Frisco Wakeland High School Thursday night, and while North dropped both of its games, the Lionettes won both of theirs to continue an impressive start to the volleyball season. MHS swept the first two games of the Frisco Tournament, defeating Mesquite Poteet in two sets (25-12, 25-19) and Irving ...

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Burn Ban Means Outside Hot Work Requires Permit

Due to the burn ban issued by Collin County on Monday, the City of McKinney Fire Department is instituting a burn ban and hot work permit program for those performing hot work or cutting and welding outdoors. There will be no fee for these permits, which are intended to reinforce the importance of heightened awareness for safety during hot and ...

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