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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Murder Suspect from McKinney Dies in Police Custody


David Matthew Merrill died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound hours after being located in a hotel Friday afternoon by Euless police. Merrill had caused a wide manhunt since Wednesday when he fled rom the Tarrant County Community Supervision & Correction Department office. Merrill had been out on bond  prior to his trial for the 2012 murder of singer Rudy Mata. ...

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TSB’s Weekly Movie Review: Welcome to 75th Annual Hunger Games!

Welcome the 75th annual Hunger Games! Only this time the stakes are higher … and more deadly. This film picks up right where the previous film left off. Our favorite tributes, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark, are embarking on the Victory Tour that celebrates the past years winners in every district. However, civil unrest in plaguing some of the districts ...

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Black Friday Shopping Tips: How to Survive the Rush

Alright, check your alarm clocks. Are they set for 8 p.m.? Because some stores are opening that early this year! So here are some tips for surviving the the biggest day during the holiday season. 1. Put your makeup on the night before and sleep on your back or go all natural and scare the other shoppers away. 2. Wear comfortable ...

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Beauty Made Easy: Holiday Edition Winged Out


Winged liner is a staple of any holiday look and can be worn day and night. It’s sexy and classic at the same time. First introduced in the  50’s with the sultry “cat eye,” the 60’s ushered in the thicker winged liner with help from Twiggy and nowadays you can wear it both ways and still be on trend! Step ...

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McClure Elementary Honored for Crape Myrtle Run Participation

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Neil Sperry honored McClure Elementary School last week for their participation in the Crape Myrtle Run, by donating 10 crape myrtles to the school. Student Council, along with Krisi Stokan, StuCo sponsor, Coach Nikki Hood (pig kiss recipient) and Melanie Raleeh, principal, assisted Neil Sperry and his crew in planting the trees.  McClure is honored to have had the most ...

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Look for Gingerbread Storefronts in Downtown; Register to Decorate Your Own

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By Holly Becka, HorsePower Communications When you visit or shop in historic downtown McKinney, be sure to stop by Snug on the Square, Orisons Boutique and Goodies Texas to see creative miniature gingerbread storefronts that look just like the actual businesses. These gingerbread masterpieces are part of an ongoing publicity campaign to raise awareness about the upcoming eighth annual Gingerbread ...

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McKinney Firefighters to Deliver Coats to Slaughter Elementary Children in Need

The Professional Fire Fighters of McKinney, IAFF Local 2661, will deliver brand new winter coats to 27 needy school children at Slaughter Elementary School on Friday, Dec. 6. The mission will be in con unction with Firefighters Coats For Kids Foundation, a new community outreach program designed for firefighters across North America. The coats, manufactured especially for Operation Warm, have been ...

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Basketball Scoreboard: Thanksgiving Week Hoops in Full Swing Across McKinney

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TSB reviews Tuesday night’s varsity basketball results: The McKinney Boyd boys basketball team fell to Flower Mound 62-54 at Boyd, and will play again Friday when they travel to take on Mansfield Timberview at 11 a.m. at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. The Lady Broncos of Boyd lost to Celina 48-35 at Boyd Tuesday and will play again Tuesday at 7 p.m. ...

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Basketball Spotlight: North Dominates Little Elm, Improves Record to 7-1

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The basketball team that took the court Tuesday night at McKinney North High School ran the court like the red, white and blue-clad Harlem Globetrotters. As for the Washington Generals, the Globetrotters’ hapless opponents? They were played by Little Elm, and the results were no different as McKinney North dominated the Lobos 107-51 in early season boys action. Point guards ...

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71-Year-Old McKinney Man Arrested for Transporting Drugs

Owen Macintyre was arrested in Arizona after a drug detection police dog hit on the rear of his vehicle earlier this month. A deputy allegedly discovered 125 pounds of high grade marijuana inside, according to Macintyre, 71, was arrested, charged with transportation of marijuana for sale. He is being held in the Navajo County Jail under a $500,000 bond. For the complete ...

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