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Zoning request denied; AMP officially suspended

Zoning request denied; AMP officially suspended

Five different residents of Farmersville showed up at the Jan. 24 city council meeting to discuss their concerns regarding a zoning request from residential to commercial. The property concerned is located on the north side of Audie Murphy Parkway (US Hwy 380) and the...

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New business hopes to indulge customers

New business hopes to indulge customers

Downtown Farmersville’s newest boutique smells almost as good as it looks with its colorful stacks of soap and hand blended bath and body products artfully displayed throughout the store. Indulgence Soapery Boutique, owned by native Texans Sandi and Brad Hunter,...

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Former Justice of the Peace reflects on careers

Former Justice of the Peace reflects on careers

After serving as a justice of the peace for nearly a decade, a longtime Wylie resident is looking forward to enjoying his retirement. Jerry Shaffer, the namesake of the football stadium near Burnett Junior High School in Wylie, called it quits on his working life at...

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Filing open for local elections

Filing open for local elections

For individuals looking to serve Collin County as a member of the board of trustees, three places are up for election in May. The Collin College Board of Trustees, in collaboration with the district president, according to collin.edu, “establishes the vision for the...

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Brrr: Weather woes continue throughout county

Brrr: Weather woes continue throughout county

Schools and government buildings were closed in Princeton, McKinney, Farmersville and throughout Collin County as North Texas was frozen by a winter storm that arrived Monday, Jan. 30. Sleet, snow and freezing rain coated the region, making travel slow and...

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Sports

Lady Farmers enjoy strong start to the season

Lady Farmers enjoy strong start to the season

Just one season removed from a winless soccer season, the Lady Farmers have made tremendous progress heading into district play. First-year head coach Arian May was excited for the season when she took the head coaching reigns but said the key has been the team’s...

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Farmersville basketball rescheduled for Saturday

Farmersville basketball rescheduled for Saturday

The Farmersville High School basketball games originally scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 1, have been rescheduled because of the winter storm. Instead, the varsity boys and girls basketball teams will play against Caddo Mills this Saturday, Feb. 4 at Farmersville High...

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Expectations high for Lady Farmers softball program

Expectations high for Lady Farmers softball program

The Farmersville softball program has been one of the best in the area over the last few years and is excited for another new season with plenty of returning talent. Coming off their third straight district championship, the Lady Farmers aren’t focused on goals for...

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Key district win puts Farmersville in playoff spot

Key district win puts Farmersville in playoff spot

Going on the road to defeat Wills Point was crucial to Farmersville's playoff hopes. That's exactly what they did Friday night, defeating Wills Point 37-32 to improve to 4-4 in district play. The victory improved the Lady Farmers to one game ahead of Community for the...

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Lady Farmers finish 15th at state

Lady Farmers finish 15th at state

The Farmersville cheer squad had never qualified for the state competition before this season. Competing in the class 4A-Divison II state championship in Frisco last Friday, Jan. 13, the Lady Farmers not only qualified for state but placed in the top 15 in the final...

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Education

Two file for FISD trustee election

Two file for FISD trustee election

For the next few weeks, candidates and municipalities will work to shape the election landscape this May. Filing opened Wednesday, Jan. 18, and closes at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. Farmersville voters will head to the polls for both municipal, school district and Collin...

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Leadership changes announced at FISD

Leadership changes announced at FISD

Farmersville ISD announced three new leadership changes last week that became effective Tuesday, January 17. Tad Myers moved into a new role as the district’s Coordinator of CTE (Career and Technical Education) and Special Projects, Nicole Hicks was named the new...

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Life & Style

Angel Tree Program needs your help

Angel Tree Program needs your help

The Farmersville Outreach Alliance Angel Tree Program is amid its busy season signing up, and then collecting gifts for the children in need. Organizer Judy Brandon said they have 177 Angels signed up and volunteers won’t rest until all the Angels are adopted. “We are...

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Opinion

‘And a One and a Two’

‘And a One and a Two’

Saturday night 50 years ago, who else was held hostage by their grandparents and Lawrence Welk? Raise your hand. By their other grandparents and Hee Haw? Back then a handful of relatives and three channels were all we needed to have good, clean entertainment and...

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Book ’em

Book ’em

My grandfather was a blacksmith. To supply his shop with the metal, wood, and other materials he needed to operate, he attended auctions. Auctions that sold all types of items. Since his shop was located in Ashdown, Arkansas, that gave him close proximity to the...

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Stuck on green stamps

Stuck on green stamps

My mom and her mother saved 7-1/2 books to get us that swing set. Just three years before in 1966, my parents had saved to buy their first house. Money was tight, so, if my sister and I were going to have that new addition to the backyard, Green Stamps would be the...

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Social Security Matters

Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – Retired federal employee has small Social Security benefit Dear Rusty: When I started getting Social Security at 62, I was told by the SS office I would get a smaller monthly amount because I worked for the Federal Government and received a Civil...

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Just my type

Just my type

For those who know me, it’s no secret that I enjoy perusing the classifieds for yard or estate sales. But a recent online visit to the local Craigslist site led to the purchase of a manual typewriter. A 1958 Remington Quiet-Riter, to be exact. This column was written...

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