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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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Consumers Asked to Conserve Electricity due to Extreme Cold, Limited Generation

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The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, grid operator for most of Texas, is asking electric consumers to reduce electric use from 5 p.m. Thursda through noon on Friday, Feb. 7. “With the cold weather that began (Wednesday) night, we already saw electric demand close to our winter record this morning,” said Dan Woodfin, ERCOT director of System Operations. “We are ...

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Winter’s Beauty Through the Eye of the Camera


TSB photographer Sawyer Erickson put his camera, and his creative eye, to work in the aftermath of the ice storm of 2013, capturing the stark beauty of the ice and snow left behind by the Mother Nature’s fury. The storm, which hit North Texas on Thursday, Dec. 5, left thousands without power over the weekend, forced schools to cancel classes ...

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Winter Storm Brings ‘White Christmas’ to McKinney Early

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If you are indeed dreaming of a white Christmas, Mother Nature has granted North Texans an early gift, as area residents woke up to ice and snow covered roadways and landscapes on Friday morning. Freezing temperatures and the threat of more sleet remain throughout today, making driving dangerous, but allowing McKinney and the surrounding area to remain a winter wonderland. ...

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