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McKinney, TX Hosts Bridal Show with Chance to Win a Dream Honeymoon


From food to flowers to formalwear, local brides will be filled with inspiration for their Big Day as they meet with more than 40 of the area’s exclusive wedding exhibitors at the McKinney Bridal Show on Saturday, Jan. 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. At this annual event, brides will discover why McKinney is the perfect destination for a ...

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Local Litigator Announces Campaign for 416th District Court in Collin County

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(Murphy) – Today Andrea Kelly Bouressa announced her campaign for election to the 416th District Court in Collin County. “It has been an honor to practice law with some of Texas’ most outstanding attorneys over the last seven years. As a Dallas-based litigator, I have experience representing clients in matters ranging from fraudulent transfer law to premises liability, insurance defense, ...

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Coaches in North-Lake Ridge Area Round Game Go Back a Long Way

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Like most young men at the age of 13, Donte Wilson had a knack for trouble. Alongside his classmates at Faubion Middle School, he wasn’t afraid of stirring up shenanigans in the name of fun. But what restraint he may have lacked in the classroom, he had control of on the basketball court. Just ask his coach, Darryll Craft. Fast ...

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Got Winter Olympics Fever? Curling Class Proves Challenging and Competitive

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Once every four years the top winter sports athletes get their chance to shine and compete against the rest of the world in the Winter Olympic Games. It’s no surprise though that Texas, a state that closes down schools at just the thought of ice, isn’t a big competitor in the Arctic athletics. That being said, North Texas has quite ...

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City Manager Politics Get Strained Not Only McKinney, But Other DFW Cities


Serving as city manager seems like a tough gig. You have to oversee the operations of an entire city. Your areas of responsibility touch nearly every aspect of the public’s life. From the water we drink to the streets we drive on and everything in between, the city manager is responsible for it all. With that job comes a certain ...

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Fires, Trains and Marijuana: It Must be ‘Square Off’

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Matt Bado joins guest co-host Megan Hickman on Square Off to discuss the following topics: The massive house fire in McKinney’s historic district One Stop burglarized The McKinney Chamber of Commerce’s fuzzy math A 90-minute bullet train to Houston could be a reality in North Texas New poll finds strong backing to legalize marijuana in Texas Weekend rundown Share your ...

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