Sunday , 24 June 2018


Johnson Drama Students Meet Playwright of Their UIL One Act Play Selection


The list of plays approved for UIL One Act Play productions is about a mile long. And Scott Johnson Middle School Advanced Drama teacher Angi Burns has pretty much seen them all—many times over in some cases. So, when the time came to consider scripts for this year’s competition, Burns knew that she wanted something different for her students. “I ...

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Square Off: Walmart, City Council and School District Rezoning

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The McKinney City Council and McKinney ISD Board provided most of the fodder for discussion on this week’s Square Off but first, the mayor and mayor pro temp provided an update to the historic district residents last week on the Neighborhood Walmart that won’t see the light of day. Share your thoughts in the comments below… Special thanks to Chestnut ...

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Frisco ISD Board Election On Tap; Last Day to File to Run Feb. 28

The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees Election will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014. Place 4, currently held by Anne McCausland, and Place 5, currently held by Debbie Gillespie, are up for election this year. The School Board is also considering a $758 million bond package proposed by a committee of Frisco ISD parents and community members. The board will decide ...

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Collin College Celebrates MLK Day, Awards Scholarships

Collin College partnered with the local community Monday to celebrate the legacy of civil rights advocate Martin Luther King, Jr. through a power breakfast, featuring dialogue with elected officials and community leaders as well as a student documentary and presentation. As part of the event, $1,000 student scholarships were awarded to Michelle Davis of Allen and M’Banna Kantako and Alexa Acosta of Plano for ...

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MISD Board Makes Changes to Rezoning Map as Large Crowd Looks On

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It was a standing-room only crowd at the McKinney ISD board meeting on Tuesday night. Once every seat in the room was filled, the assembled parents asked for more chairs to be brought in. Once those chairs were filled, the remaining parents stood around the perimeter of the room. The crowd filled the room on all sides and spilled into ...

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MISD Board Set to Review Rezoning Feedback, Discuss Map Changes

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The McKinney ISD school board members will review the feedback the district has received about the proposed high school rezoning map during tonight’s work session at 7 p.m. Since the draft of the rezoning map was first released in mid-December, the district has received more than 400 responses via an online feedback forum on the district’s website. The district also ...

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`Young’ Collin County 4H Ag Mechanic Team Excels at Fort Worth Stock Show


Collin County 4H Ag Mechanic team scored a Blue Ribbon and third place overall in Tractor Restoration of a 1961 Ford Powermaster at the Ft. Worth Stock Show. More than 100 AG Mechanic teams from all over the state brought their projects to Fort Worth. Tractor restoration is one of the most difficult classes that consisted of eight tractors from 1940 ...

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Collin College Makes Plans to Celebrate African American History Month

In honor of African American History Month, Collin College will present a month-long series of events including film screenings, luncheons, guest speakers and more. This year’s national theme is “Civil Rights in America” and various events will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and its implications. 2014 African American History Month events at Collin College include: Feb. 4 – ...

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Square Off: Who Should Decide Baby’s Fate?

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Matthew Bado and Sara Thomas discuss the unfortunate case of a Tarrant County father who is suing a hospital for keeping his brain dead wife on life support in order to keep their unborn baby alive. Who should decide the baby’s fate? Is it is the father’s decision or the state’s? Also, should Texas extend the length of the school ...

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Homelessness Presentation Scheduled for Collin College

The Collin College Center for Scholarly and Civic Engagement will host its annual “The Face of Homelessness” from 7-9 p.m., Monday, Jan. 27, at the Spring Creek Campus Living Legends Conference Center, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano. The event is free and open to the public. “The Face of Homelessness” features presentations by city representatives, school districts, social service ...

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