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TSB’s Weekly Movie Review: Divergent is an Exciting and Action-Packed Film

Divergent is a heart-pounding and unique blockbuster that is sure to set the bar high for this summer. Great casting, superior visual effects and political themes earn this film the rightful title as the next Hunger Games. In a futuristic Chicago divided by factions, Beatrice Prior learns she’s Divergent and that means she doesn’t fit into any faction. When she ...

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4A Soccer Playoffs Begin: North Girls Win, Boys Eliminated


The McKinney North girls soccer team had become accustomed to running the score up. Aside from the team’s only district loss to Prosper on March 7, which ended 1-0, the Lady Bulldogs racked up 34 points in their last five regular season games, even defeating Anna 10-0 in their final game last Tuesday. North’s high-scoring gameplay didn’t come as easy ...

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Lionettes Beat Plano Senior to Win Soccer Playoff Berth


It had been a season of ties for the McKinney High Lionettes soccer team. They hadn’t made a point in three games, they ended their season in a tie against McKinney Boyd, which tied them for fourth place in the district with Plano Senior High as well as for most ties in the season with six each. The ties, although ...

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TSB’s Weekly Movie Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel is Another Wes Anderson Hit

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Wes Anderson has done it again with the star-studded film about a hotel manager who ,beloved by all, is suddenly a suspect in a murder. Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson help make up the wonderful ensemble that is The Grand Budapest Hotel. The storytelling is remarkably achieved through the use of color, reintroducing the ...

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Spring Scoreboard: Shutouts for North and Boyd Baseball, Boyd Softball and North Soccer


Defense wins championships, or so we’re told, correct? Well, look no further than the spirited goose eggs produced Tuesday night by some of MISD’s varsity athletic teams. Game results follow: McKinney North 6, Wylie 0: Pitcher Gabe Constantine blanked Wylie as the Bulldogs continued a successful season by getting a shutout on the road. Montana Sadler and Preston Speers each ...

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Boyd-MHS Girls Soccer Teams Finish Regular Season With Scoreless Tie


With 15:49 left to play, it was hard to discern which was louder: the crowd’s reaction to a close goal or the clang off the middle post after Lionettes junior midfielder Lauren Neely missed the free-kick from 14 yards out. It was McKinney High’s closest chance at snagging the win after junior forward Kathy Millar was illegally taken down on ...

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Spring Scoreboard: North, Boyd Baseball Wins Add Pep to Spring Break Step

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There were no soccer matches on this final Friday night of spring break. Instead, soccer fans prepare for regular season-ending showdowns between the McKinney High and McKinney Boyd boys and girls squads on Tuesday. But this Friday did produce some exciting baseball, including big wins by McKinney North and Boyd, and the McKinney High softball team was also in action. ...

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TSB Movie Special: St. Patrick’s Day Films to Enjoy

St. Patrick’s Day is on Monday so that means parties, lots of green and all other things Irish. So here are my recommendations for films that will help you get in the festive mood: For the Men: The Boondock Saints : Cult classic about two Irish Brothers who become “Saints” and get even with bad guys. Gangs of New York: ...

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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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TSB’s Weekly Movie Review: Don’t Expect Too Much From`300: Rise of An Empire’

 Imagine watching a really violent and strange video game on a giant screen. Gratuitous violence, very little clothing and cliched lines….this is 300: Rise of an Empire! It’s a giant prologue that references the original 300, and in the last five minutes of the film it reaches a new plot point. The film felt slow, even though lots of people were ...

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