Monday , 23 April 2018

Angie Bado

A long-time resident of McKinney, Angie combined her passion for the news and her community, and founded, an online hyper-local news portal, in 2005. She believes in the power of the press and that vibrant journalism keeps people informed and holds leaders accountable. The financial cuts that have been a part of news rooms across the country in recent years are, to some degree, dangerous to the public's interest and to personal liberty. As owner and publisher of TSB, she believes it's the job of TSB to find and tell the real story. A native of Pennsylvania, Angie is the proud mom of three great (of course) adults and is an avid reader, enjoys music of all kinds and describes herself as the consummate "foodie". Life is too short, so enjoy!

Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) Ramp to U.S. 75 Northbound Closure Friday, June 26


  TxDOT will close the connector ramp from the northbound SRT to northbound US 75 main lanes starting at 10:00 pm tonight, June 26, until 1:00 am. Northbound SRT drivers will be diverted onto the northbound US 75 frontage road then continue underneath Eldorado Parkway to the next northbound entrance ramp near Rockhill Road.   U.S. 75 Southbound Frontage Road Closure Tonight, June 26 ...

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MLA Celebrates 25 Years with Fashion Show


Join the McKinney Ladies Association for a fun night of fashion, food and celebration. Ladies will meet on Monday, March 2 at 6 p.m. at The Sanctuary, 6633 Virginia Parkway in Adriatica as former MLA and SRLA Presidents model spring fashions from Cynthia Elliott Boutique in downtown McKinney. Shear Image will provide Hair and Make-up services. Dinner will be served ...

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Drug Take-Back Event to be Held in McKinney

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The City of McKinney is partnering again with the Collin County Sheriff’s Office to participate in the national Drug Enforcement Administration’s Drug Take-Back event Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event takes place at the City of McKinney Environmental Services Building, 1550 S. College St. Building D. The event provides a free, anonymous opportunity to safely dispose of all ...

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Angie’s Insights: Last Words on McKinney’s Chief of Police


  Before I leave my forum for penning (OK, typing) my preferred type of writing — op-ed pieces — there are a few last words that I want to share, even though no one asked my opinion. Here are some of my thoughts concerning the situation that I wrote about with regard to the McKinney Police Department. I’m referring to the ...

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Ex-McKinney Police Officer Criticizes Faulty Radar Equipment in Department


In part two of‘s interview with former McKinney police officer Aaron Smith, Smith said he ran into more problems while working his assignment – that of being in charge of the department’s fleet of vehicles. In part one, Smith told TSB that McKinney Police Chief Joe Williams instructed him to remove the functioning Panasonic in-car video systems and replace ...

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Meet Jose Madrigal, McKinney’s Acting City Manager

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At this writing, it’s uncertain as to whether McKinney’s City Council will name Jose Madrigal as Interim City Manager in the wake of former City Manager Jason Gray’s departure. For now, the 34-year-old Madrigal remains Deputy City Manager appointed to the role of Acting City Manager. Recently, TSB sat down with Madrigal to get some answers to a few questions ...

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Free Restorative Yoga Offered at Cooper Fitness Center


Beginning April 2, Cooper Fitness Center in McKinney will offer free restorative yoga classes for cancer patients and survivors. Cancer takes your breath away… gives it back. While not a cure for cancer, yoga enhances physical and emotional wellness, and brings a peace many patients and survivors feel they had lost forever. Cancer patients who practice yoga as therapy during ...

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Ex-McKinney Police Officers Calls Chief ‘Unethical,’ Cites Problems in Department


Sitting on the TSB interview couch, McKinney resident Aaron Smith comes across as intense. A former McKinney police officer, Smith is a compact, wiry man, who, at times during our conversation, becomes quite animated as he talks about situations that occurred during the last year of his tenure with the McKinney Police Department. Fed up and stressed out with what ...

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TSB Owner Says it’s Time to Close McKinney’s Local News Outlet


Billionaire Warren Buffett has been buying up small newspapers around the county. His rationale, he explained according to Forbes, is that hyper-local news connects communities in ways that large news outlets are unable to. They provide readers with editorial content that focuses on local issues, allowing the public to engage on an unprecedented level. In that same article Buffett said, ...

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Dinner Tonight: Enjoy a Helping of Mint Sugar Snap Peas

The arrival of spring conjures up thoughts of spring foods, one of which is the vivd green sugar snap pea. Low in fat, sugar and calories, peas are a good source of vitamins C and K. Tasty, easy, and nutritious, this recipe should become a favorite in your recipe file. Mint Sugar Snap Peas (4 one half cup servings) Ingredients:  2 ...

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