Thursday , 27 April 2017

Opinion

Square Off: Primary Election, Truett St Tragedy and Spring Break

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Angie Bado and Sara Thomas discuss the primary election’s candidates and issues, introduce TSB’s Truett St Tragedy, Then and Now series and explore Spring Break activities.

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Angie Bado: Gone But Never Forgotten, We Remember Truett Street Murder Victims

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For my family and me, March 12, 2004 remains a date that will forever be etched firmly into our minds. Like 9/11, we remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we heard the awful, mind-boggling news. That news was that two of my son’s friends and fellow football players from McKinney North High School had been ...

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Carrie Brazeal: Our Children Can Feel Stressed Out, Too

As parents, we often view the world of our children and adolescents as happy and carefree. But as much as we want this to happen, it’s usually not the case. Just as our lives have become more complicated and stressful, so have the lives of our children.  In fact, even very young children worry and feel stress to some degree. ...

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Square Off Discusses the Academy Awards

TownSquareBuzz.com’s special Square Off guest Ray Ricchi was so special, we had to use his footage twice! In this special edition of Square Off Sara and Ray discuss some of their favorite Academy Award nominated films just in time for the ceremonies on Sunday. Who do you think will take the statues home? Sound off below.

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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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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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What You Should Really Do With An Inheritance

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Baby boomers are set to inherit up to $8.4 trillion over the next 15 years, according to The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. A recent New York Times article explored the complicated issues that these inheritances can bring, including transferring the emotional attachment you had to your parents to what they have left you. The Times article found ...

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Mac Talk: North Students Proud of Girls Basketball Team’s State Berth

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The McKinney North girls basketball team is headed to the UIL State Tournament in Austin as one of four Class 4A teams still remaining. TSB went to the high school to see what the students had to say about their classmates’ success and wished them luck as they take on the Northside Brennan Bears Thursday night.

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Despite Warm Weather, Olympics Keep Hockey `Cool’ in McKinney

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Growing up in Texas is much like you’d expect. Summers are hot, winters are warmer than most, and Friday night is all about football. But for myself and a select few, the two-a-days all summer long weren’t on the football field, but instead the ice rink. And they were more like two-a-weeks; ice time isn’t cheap. Even to this day ...

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