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Monthly Archives: October 2013

MHS Students Named to 2013-2014 Congressional Youth Advisory Council

U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) recently congratulated 52 newly selected members of the 2013-2014 Congressional Youth Advisory Council. Among those selected are McKinney High School juniors Hollis Meachum and Brennan Stewart. Members serving on the prestigious Council range from freshman to seniors from 19 different high schools across the Third District; 15 students are returning CYAC members. “It’s imperative, now more ...

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Image Gallery: MHS Swim and Dive Meet VS Tyler Lee


Tyler Lee High School made waves for the McKinney High Swim and Dive team Tuesday night, winning the meet 112 to 68. See some photos of the swim meet in the gallery above. For schedules and more information check out the team’s website.

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Area Volleyball Playoff Schedules Set; MHS Play-in Match First Up


Postseason volleyball schedules for McKinney Boyd and McKinney North have been finalized, and the location of McKinney High’s one-match playoff has been set. McKinney Boyd, who secured its 5A playoff spot with a four-set victory over MHS Friday, will face the winner of Thursday’s Lake Highlands and Richardson High School game Monday at Wylie High School at 7 p.m. North finished ...

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Halloween Square Off: “Fat Letters” Instead of Candy?


Sara and Matt are in the Halloween spirit but are horrified (pun intended) about the story of one woman’s mission to combat childhood obesity during trick-or-treating. Plus, news on the Sheraton Hotel McKinney and the impending wine shortage. Weigh-in below and have a great weekend! Looking ahead, Square Off will tackle Obamacare and the Texas governors race in the coming ...

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McTown Klownz Bring Fun to Serious Topic

McTown Klownz

Mention the subject of safety to kids and their eyes glaze over with looks of “Really?” … “Already know it” .. or “Boring with a capital B!” You get the picture. Year after year school aged students learn about safety – bicycle safety, fire safety, and the list goes on. But for the students in kindergarten through third grade at Wolford ...

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McKinney’s Gateway Hotel to be named Sheraton McKinney Hotel and Conference Center

Previous Design of the Sheraton Gateway Hotel

Update: TSB has learned Mayor Brian Loughmiller and Mayor Pro Tem Travis Ussery recently met with the developer of the proposed Sheraton McKinney Hotel to discuss in greater detail the plans for the facade of the building, which will be located at the northeast corner of U.S. 75 and the Sam Rayburn Tollway. According to Mayor Loughmiller, this meeting was ...

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Pinterest Workshop in McKinney, TX

     This workshop is designed for business owners and self-employed individuals that would like to learn how to use Pinterest effectively for their business to attract referrals and new customers. ***LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED**** When: 11-13-13 from 11:00am-1:00pm Where:  Market With Mario Conference Room 2150 S. Central Expressway Suite 265 McKinney, TX 75070 What you will learn: -What times to pin ...

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Top Dance Companies to Perform at Collin College Dance Fusion

Dance Fusion, an annual Collin College Department of Dance production, will feature works by three professional dance companies: Big Rig Dance Collective, Karen Stokes Dance (KSD) and Perpetual Motion Dance on Nov. 8-9 in the Collin College Spring Creek Campus John Anthony Theatre, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano. The Collin Dance Ensemble (CDE) is the resident student dance company at Collin College. Under the direction of Collin College Chair of Dance ...

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Who’s Going to Kiss the Pig? Crape Myrtle Trials 5K and 1-Mile Set

McKinney area schools and school children will be the big winners again at the annual 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run of Crape Myrtle Trails of McKinney, set for Saturday, Nov. 23. Crape Myrtle Trails Board members presented contributions to the athletic departments of all schools in the McKinney Independent School District this week and promised a repeat of special awards to schools with the ...

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MISD, Raytheon Kick Off LASER Curriculum at Dowell Middle School

The smack of wood striking wood reverberated throughout the 6th grade halls of Dowell Middle School on Friday, October 25 as students operated miniature wooden catapults called “statapults” to explore physics and engineering alongside volunteers from Raytheon. It was just one of several engaging learning and leadership activities that students tackled during the first LASER (Leadership and Science Ensure Results) STEM Day at Dowell, ...

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