Sunday , 20 May 2018

Megan Hickman

As the Account Manager at TSB, Megan Hickman makes sure every TSB partner feels like part of the family, fostering a positive relationship between the TSB community and local businesses. Hickman lives with her husband in the historic district of McKinney and has been a McKinney resident for nine years. Hickman has a Masters in Social Work and uses her compassion for helping people in every business relationship and with every TSB collaborator. In her spare time, Megan enjoys the outdoors, Italian food and spending time with family and friends.

Annual Princeton Fall Festival Looking for Vendors

Preparations are in full swing for the annual Fall Festival in Princeton and more vendors are needed! Vendors can include specialty items such as unique gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, antiques and more as well as direct sales vendors. Food vendors are also needed to provide festival snacks for the crowds to purchase and enjoy.   The festival will be held Saturday ...

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McKinney Police Association Announces Endorsements


Submitted by McKinney Police Association It’s election time and the McKinney Police Association Political Action Committee is pleased to announce our support for the following candidates:  Brian Loughmiller for McKinney Mayor Travis Ussery for McKinney City Council District 3 Randy Pogue for McKinney City Council At-Large Early voting begins at 8 a.m. on Monday, April 29.   Early voting locations: Collin ...

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TSB Holiday Memories: Share the Blessings

By Megan Hickman, TSB Staff My life has been blessed. I spend every Christmas giving and receiving gifts, eating the most amazing food, laughing and spending time with my family and friends. They are all memorable in one way or another. Waking up to my first bicycle with a big red bow, Christmas Eve parties with Santa, the first Christmas ...

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Driving for Donna: Charity golf tournament for MISD teacher, Donna Jones and family

McKinney resident and McNeil Elementary teacher, Donna Jones, has been an angel to many and now friends and family are returning the favor. On Sunday, November 11, 2012, a golf tournament will be held in her honor in order to raise funds for Jones and her family. Jones has been a teacher in McKinney for nine years and is a ...

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City Offices Closed on July 4 for Independence Day

Submitted by City of McKinney City of McKinney offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Join the city in celebrating the Fourth of July holiday at Red, White and BOOM! For details on the annual event, visit  The refuse and recycling collections will change for the holiday. There will be ...

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Community Lifeline Center to Host Reconnection Workshops for Veterans and Their Family Members

Submitted by Community Lifeline Center      Community Lifeline Center (CLC) has added free reconnection workshops to their summer calendar for veterans and their family members of all time periods. CLC has partnered with the American Red Cross and Walmart to offer these workshops at no cost.  This is just one more addition to the already in place Veterans Program at CLC that assists ...

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Free Seminars to Teach How Yards Can Beat Summer Heat


Submitted by City of McKinney The Office of Environmental Stewardship in McKinney is presenting a series of seminars to help landscapes beat the summer heat. Seminars teaching compost techniques, instructing how to build rain barrels and building a firewise landscape are free and open to the public. Composting Saturday, June 16, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at John & Judy Gay Library, ...

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Joy Kennedy Cathey (June 21, 1939 – May 23, 2012)


Submitted by TSB Staff Joy Cathey, age 72 of Clarksville, died on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at Gateway Medical Center. She was born on June 21, 1939 in Farmerville, LA to the late Arthur and Viola Kennedy. Memorial service will be held Saturday, May 26, 2012 at 10:00 am at Hilldale Church of Christ with Brother Steve Kirby officiating. Funeral ...

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City Pools to Open Just in Time for the Summer Heat

Submitted by City of McKinney Looking to cool off?  McKinney City Pools are preparing to open this weekend.  This holiday weekend marks the first days of use for the two outdoor public pools in McKinney. The Old Settlers Aquatic Center features a shallow water leisure pool complete with an open flume slide, cascading waterfall and more. The Juanita Maxfield pool ...

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Community Lifeline Center Helps Local Residents “Beat the Heat”


Submitted by Community Lifeline Center      Temperatures during the summer can be brutal and so can those rising electric bills as the air conditioner is put on full blast for months at a time.               Community Lifeline Center teamed up with local community members and businesses on Thursday to pass out free box fans to local ...

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