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Monthly Archives: February 2014

And Then There Were Two … It’s North’s Determination vs. Canyon’s Experience


AUSTIN — It wasn’t an easy win, but the McKinney North Lady Bulldogs scraped their way to the Class 4A UIL State Basketball Championship Game with a 37-35  semifinal win against Northside Brennan Thursday night at the Frank Erwin Center. It doesn’t get any easier from here for the Lady Bulldogs (29-4) though. While they had a week of practice ...

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Square Off: Great Discussion in the Studio as TSB Welcomes a Special Guest This Week

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With regular anchor Matt Bado unavailable this week, TSB welcomes special guest into the studio. Discussion topics run the gamut from this week’s resignation of our city manager to weekend plans to basketball. By the way, the McKinney North High School girls basketball team won on Thursday night in Austin (read the entire game story here) and will play for ...

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CCBA and Collin College Host 1st-Ever Education Summit

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Joining forces to address critical education issues facing the region, Collin County business and academic leaders participated in the first-ever Collin County Education Summit on Wednesday at the Collin College Higher Education Center in McKinney. The event was co-hosted by the Collin County Business Alliance and Collin College. Attendees of the event included local superintendents, school board presidents, university and ...

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Heard Museum Schedules Family-Friendly Spring Break Camps and Programs

North Texas families looking to stay close to home during spring break will find a variety of fun and educational activities to participate in just minutes away from most parts of the Metroplex at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. The Heard’s spring break offerings will be held from March 8 through March 16. Guests will also enjoy $2 off ...

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Video Interview: Meet Susan Fletcher, Candidate for County Commissioner

Susan Fletcher is running for the Collin County Commissioner, Pct. 1. Fletcher hopes to take the seat that has been vacated by Matt Shaheen, who is running for Texas House. Find out why Fletcher describes herself as “a stalwart conservative activist” and what she feels are the most important issues that Collin County faces in the next five to ten years. ...

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Angie’s Insights: City Manager’s Resignation Provides Opportunity for Assessment

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The dust has settled a bit since City Manager Jason Gray’s resignation on Tuesday morning. Frankly, I wondered if by Tuesday evening most of city staff was out celebrating a sense of freedom and the vanishing tension in the work place. The dark cloud that has hung over city hall for months has lifted. During Monday night’s executive session, the ...

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Letter to the Editor: Why I Support Mark Reid for County Commissioner Precinct 1

There’s a lot of talk about the race for Collin County Commissioner Precinct 1, an area covering West Plano, Frisco, West and Central McKinney, Prosper, and Celina. I want to share why I am supporting Mark Reid, who was recently appointed by County Judge Keith Self. A vacancy occurred on the Commissioners Court late last year when Commissioner Matt Shaheen ...

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Connor’s Clutch Play Leads North Girls Past Brennan Into State Title Game


AUSTIN — This basketball game was won in its final seconds. Not necessarily just in the final seconds of the game as a whole, although it most certainly was, but in the final seconds of every quarter. The McKinney North Lady Bulldogs defeated top-ranked Northside Brennan Thursday evening in a nail biting 37-35 game in the 4A UIL State Semifinals. ...

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Relay For Life of McKinney Committee Seeks Sponsors

Whether it is a $100 or $10,000, every little bit counts when it comes to businesses and individuals sponsoring the annual fund-raising event for the American Cancer Society – Relay For Life of McKinney. The 2014 ACS Relay For Life of McKinney Committee is currently seeking sponsors from McKinney and surrounding areas to help ensure that the overnight fund-raising event ...

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Collin College Maymester and Summer Registration Will Begin On March 10

Registration for Collin College’s 2014 Maymester and Summer sessions beings Monday, March 10, and will open to all current, returning and new students onThursday, March 13. Priority online registration for students with 50+ hours begins Monday, March 10; 30+ hours, Tuesday, March 11; and 1+ hours, Wednesday, March 12. Through CougarWeb, online registration is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, unless ...

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