Morgan Howard
Homeowner goes on a gardening adventure

Homeowner goes on a gardening adventure

After a few years of growing the typical Texas flowers; pan­sies in the winter, impatiens in the summer in the normal front flowerbeds, homeowner Kori Hendrix realized she wanted more variety and more gardens at her Wylie home. There was ample opportuni­ty to make...

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Creative conditioning

Creative conditioning

Athletes develop unique workouts to stay in shape during Stay Home, Stay Safe order With school facilities shuttered in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, high school athletes are faced with finding ways to stay in shape. Perusing through Twitter, athletes...

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School, college construction continues county-wide

School, college construction continues county-wide

Construction workers on a number of public facility job sites continue reporting to work amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and companies are taking steps to help ensure that their employees are safe while on site. In Farmersville, work on a 1,250-student...

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Tax estimate mailings delayed

Tax estimate mailings delayed

Because of work adjustments made at Collin Central Appraisal District in the face of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, property tax estimates will be mailed about a month later than usual and corresponding deadlines are being extended. Tax estimates were...

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Now is time for a resurrection of faith

Now is time for a resurrection of faith

For Christian Americans celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ Sunday, April 12, the timing could not be more appropriate. Citizens have been forewarned that the apex of this COVID-19 pandemic is about to hit the U.S. For some, that strikes a chord of fear, but...

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What’s on your mind?

What’s on your mind?

Seniors voice thoughts on probable loss of season The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic came in like a wrecking ball, taking out the spring sports seasons for baseball, softball, soccer, track and field, golf and tennis. In a press release from the UIL, governing body of...

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Facilities go extra mile to keep residents engaged

Facilities go extra mile to keep residents engaged

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created a new set of challenges the past few weeks, one of those being how to keep residents of long-term care and assisting living facilities in touch with loved ones they may be accustomed to seeing several times a week. Visitors...

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