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McKinney ISD Fills High-Level Administrative Vacancies


McKinney, Texas – McKinney ISD has chosen Suzy Woodard and Geoff Sanderson for two recently vacated high-level administrative positions. Woodard has been named Assistant Superintendent for Learner Support, and Sanderson will serve as Chief Program Evaluation Officer. The Board of Trustees approved both decisions on Tuesday night. As Assistant Superintendent for Learner Support, Woodard will be primarily responsible for overseeing ...

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‘Back the Blue’ Group Shows Support for McKinney Police

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Following recent events involving a pool party (seen here) that put McKinney in the national spotlight, a group of citizens gathered outside of the Police Department headquarters on Friday and Saturday, June 12-13 to show their support for the local police and voice their opinions. See image gallery from Saturday, June 13 below: Photos by Sawyer Erickson [wonderplugin_gallery id=”2″]

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MISD Holds Hearing for 2015-16 Budget and Tax Rate, Public Invited to Attend

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Event Time: 06/23/2015 7:00 PM The McKinney Independent School District will hold a public meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 in the Board Room at 1 Duvall Street, McKinney, Texas for comments regarding the school district’s proposed budget and tax rate for fiscal year 2015-16. Public participation is invited. McKinney ISD Press Release

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SPCA Pets of the Week: Meet King and Chicken

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Meet King, a friendly, 49 pound, 6-month-old black Labrador/Australian Cattledog mix. The previous owner noted that he is ok with children. He loves walks and he is easy to walk. He does like to sniff and explore exciting smells when he walks! He will also sit on command, especially if he thinks you have treats. Just for the record, he ...

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McKinney Fire Department Reminds Residents to be Aware of Heat-Related Illnesses

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McKINNEY, Texas (June 11, 2015) – Temperatures in North Texas are climbing, and the McKinney Fire Department (MFD) reminds residents to take precautions to avoid heat-related illness or possibly death. The best time to prepare for extreme temperatures is before they occur. In the USA, an average of 618 people die annually as a result of heat illness. The most ...

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Image Gallery: ‘March for Justice’ Takes to the Streets in McKinney

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[wonderplugin_gallery id=”1″] Protesters, activists and concerned citizens joined together to create a group of several hundred people that marched from Comstock Elementary School to the Craig Ranch community pool where this pool party was busted by Corporal Eric Casebolt (resigned June 9) and other McKinney Police Officers. The group was met by ‘anti-protesters’ that were on scene to show support for the ...

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McKinney Police Officer at Center of Controversy Over Pool Party Resigns


According to the McKinney Police Department, Corporal Eric Casebolt has resigned following the release of controversial videos that show the McKinney Police Officer aggressively restraining a young girl. “He was out of control,” said Chief Conley during on press conference on June 9. Casebolt was placed on administrative leave June 6, one day after McKinney police responded to a disturbance at a ...

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McKinney Police Officer Placed on Leave After Video of Disturbance Goes Viral


After responding to calls of a disturbance at a Craig Ranch community pool in McKinney on June 5,  the McKinney Police Department is investigating a video of the scene that has since gone viral online. One officer has been placed on administrative leave. The McKinney Police Department has released the following statement: “On June 5, 2015 at approximately 7:15 p.m., officers from ...

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Virginia Intersection Down to 1 Lane Each Direction, 75 to be Closed and So Much More


As part of the ongoing TxDOT project to widen U.S. 75 from the Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) to White Avenue in McKinney, TxDOT has informed the City of NEW DATES for the following closures and traffic switches, all weather permitting: Virginia Parkway Intersection Partially Closed for the Summer – now scheduled to start next week TxDOT will begin construction of ...

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Election for McKinney City Council District 4, At-Large to be June 13


McKINNEY, Texas (June 4, 2015) – Election Day for the run-off to determine the District 4 and At Large City Council representatives is Saturday, June 13. McKinney voters will elect either Chuck Branch or Pablo Ruiz to the District 4 seat and either Tracy Rath or Bill Campbell to the City Council At Large seat.   The District 4 representative ...

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