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Calling All Artists for ‘Make Your Mark’ Bookmark Design Contest


McKINNEY, Texas (April 1, 2015) – Show off your artistic talents by entering the Make Your Mark bookmark design contest hosted by the City of McKinney and Friends of the McKinney Public Library System. The Make Your Mark bookmark contest is open to all ages and is not limited to McKinney residents. Entry forms and the required bookmark template can ...

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McKinney Housing and Community Development Asks for Citizen Opinion


McKINNEY, Texas (April 2, 2015) – The McKinney Housing and Community Development Department will host a series of community forums, public hearings and surveys to gain understanding of community needs to shape the city’s five-year Housing and Community Development Consolidated Plan. Residents will be asked to comment and help prepare the city’s plan, which includes community needs, resources and priorities ...

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Greg Conley Selected as Chief of McKinney Police Department


Interim McKinney City Manager Tom Muehlenbeck announced the hiring of Greg Conley as Chief of the McKinney Police Department after a national search, public input and an interview process. Conley currently serves as Assistant Chief of Police for the Garland, Texas Police Department. He has more than 27 years of experience in law enforcement. He will start no later than ...

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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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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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Square Off: Judge a School by its Character, Not its Cover Page

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This week Matt and Sara welcome the warm weather as well as Sunshine Week, discuss McKinney’s media-friendly Johnny Quinn, and why those looking to move to McKinney should focus on all three high schools’ unique nature.

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Truett St. Tragedy, Then and Now: Pressing Onward, 10 Years Later


The population of McKinney in 2004 was 88,161 and 10 years later that number has nearly doubled to 143,223. Although McKinney continues to grow exponentially every year, during 2004 the city decreased by four citizens. Four members of its community would never to return to see how much the city has grown, how booming the local economy is and how McKinney ...

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Truett St. Tragedy, Then and Now: A Team of Bulldogs Will Never Forget Their Brothers


McKinney North High School opened its doors to a single freshman class. The large school felt empty to those in attendance, but with no upperclassmen, they were seniors for four years. The small student population was led by an even smaller group of football players who spent upwards of 10 hours a day with one another between classes, workouts and ...

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Former City Manager Gray to Receive 12 Months Salary as Severance

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The end of Jason Gray’s tenure as city manager of McKinney may have been contentious, but he’s not leaving McKinney empty-handed. Gray is getting a hefty payday on his way out of town. According to Gray’s separation agreement signed by both Gray and Mayor Brian Loughmiller and obtained by, Gray received a full year’s salary and benefits as part ...

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City plans Texas Trash-Off cleanup event to keep McKinney beautiful

The City of McKinney will host the sixth annual Texas Trash-Off event Saturday, April 5, as part of the Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off, the largest single day cleanup event in the state. Residents are invited to pick up litter along roadways and creeks within the city. Civic groups, schools, businesses, homeowner associations, faith-based organizations and individuals are encouraged to take part in ...

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