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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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Square Off: Should McKinney Follow Frisco’s Lead and Ban E-Cigarettes?

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Matthew Bado and Sara Thomas discuss the following topics on this episode of Square Off: McKinney’s Johnny “Bobsled” Quinn hits the track in Sochi on Saturday and Sunday in the four man bobsled race. Early voting is underway – Pimp Promote your candidates of choice in the comments below but please be nice. Frisco banned the use of E-cigarettes in ...

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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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