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Tag Archives: Angie Bado

Christine Hockin-Boyd Resigns from Position as Executive Director of Community Lifeline Center

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MCKINNEY, Texas—July 27, 2015—Community Lifeline Center announces the resignation of its executive director, Christine Hockin-Boyd. Current Chair of the Board, Angie Bado, will step in as Interim Executive Director effective immediately. Hockin-Boyd joined Community Lifeline Center in 2008. She is responsible for growing the organization to serve more than 12,000 McKinney and Northern Collin County residents in 2014. “Christine’s passion ...

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Letter to the Editor: Vote Bado

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I would like to urge the citizens of McKinney to get out and vote.  We all know McKinney is a great place to live, but in order to keep it so and to improve upon its growth, we need sound and strong leadership. I think Angie Bado would be the person to fill the huge District 4 vacancy of Ray ...

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

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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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TSB Clarifies for Readers Its Subscription Model

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It has become increasingly apparent from recent feedback that I need to more clearly inform our TSB readers about my recent decision to install a paid prescription model in 2014. The decision to ask our readers to pay for premium content was not an easy one, however, one that is critical to the sustainability, growth and improvement of TSB. TSB has ...

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TSB Changes Format to Pay-For-Premium Content Model

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Nearly nine years ago, four other journalists and I got together and planned a hyper-local website that has transformed to what is now TownSquareBuzz.com. It’s been an interesting journey in so many ways. I’ve learned a number of things through the years, namely the fact that no one else in the news business has figured out the solution to deal ...

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Angie’s Insights: Seriously Starbucks, More Temptation in January?

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Like some of you, I’m working on getting rid of a few (ok, so more than a few and I can’t bear to see the number in writing) unwanted holiday pounds, which appear to be the result of weeks of over-indulging (think eggnog, a martini or two … or maybe three, my favorite raspberry bar cookies, chocolate cookies, sugar cookies ...

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Angie’s Insights: Vote Yes for TRE, McKinney, It’s About the Entire Community

It’s time to bite the bullet, McKinney residents, and put our money where our mouth is, so to speak. Yes, we are all faced with voting for or against the McKinney ISD TRE  (tax ratification election) this week and next. No one, myself included, wants to pay higher taxes, but I shudder to think of the consequences to our students, ...

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