Oct. 29-30 RESULTS

Allen 42, Boyd 9

Anna 35, Ranchview 7

Coppell 31, Plano West 20

Denton Braswell 68, Little Elm 27

Denton Guyer 24, Prosper 23

Denton Ryan 68, Centennial 28

Flower Mound Marcus 56, Plano 17

Frisco 39, Liberty 19

Frisco Independence 63, Denton 7

Frisco Lone Star 42, Reedy 14

Frisco Wakeland 52, Heritage 31

Garland Lakeview 42, Wylie 21

Gunter 63, Lone Oak 6

Lewisville 56, Plano East 42

Longview 52, Wylie East 17

Lovejoy 48, Rock Hill 22

McKinney North 35, West Mesquite 32

Melissa 57, Terrell 27

Rockwall 57, Mesquite 0

Sanger 42, Van Alstyne 7


Brook Hill 35, McKinney Christian 8

Grapevine Faith 48, Legacy Christian 35

Prestonwood 45, Bishop Lynch 0

Parish Episcopal 58, John Paul II 51

Prince of Peace 63, Atlas 28

Gov. Throckmorton awaits vote in McKinney TX

Doctor James W. Throckmorton will find out if he is moving out of historic downtown McKinney in November.

A vote is expected in next 30 days but won’t be before the Nov. 3 general election.

In the meantime, Throckmorton remains camped out at the old courthouse on the square.

Historic note: Throckmorton entered the State Senate as a Democrat, and he opposed Texas leaving the Union.

Citizens of McKinney erected a statue to honor Throckmorton. The inscription says “A Tennesseean by Birth, a Texan by Adoption.”

Stay tuned.

Learn more about the James Throckmorton

Plano ISD health screening reminder #covid-19

From Plano ISD

Health Screening Reminder for Families

Now that students are back in buildings for face-to-face instruction, we need your assistance in keeping everyone healthy and safe. Parents are reminded to please take a moment each day to monitor your children’s health and do not send them to school if they are displaying any COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19. No one should enter a Plano ISD school or facility if any of the following apply:

  • Sick with symptoms that could be COVID-19. Symptoms to watch for: fever (100°F or higher), cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, fatigue, congestion/running nose, nausea/diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell.
  • Has a confirmed case of COVID-19 or has been in close contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19. These individuals must follow all isolation and quarantine guidelines from the local health authority or their physician.
  • Has a household member who is awaiting COVID-19 test results, or who is awaiting their own test results.

If any of the above conditions apply, the COVID-19 Student Reporting Form should be completed. Students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 will be permitted to return to school when:

  • They are 24 hours fever-free without using fever-reducing medication; and
  • Symptoms improved (cough, difficulty breathing, etc.); and
  • 10 days have passed since symptoms began

If a student wants to return to school prior to meeting the above criteria, they must obtain a medical professional’s note clearing them for return based on an alternative diagnosis or receive a negative PCR or antigen test.

Thank you for helping to keep our students healthy and safe.

NBC5: Frisco Doctors Use Augmented Reality During Spine Surgery

NBC5 TV DFW reporting: Doctors in Frisco are using three dimensional technology to ease back pain. They’re the first in the state to use augmented reality during spine surgery and their patient told NBC 5 health reporter Bianca Castro he’s now able to get back to life before back problems.


McKinney’s Party on the Patio featuring #TreyAllenBand at Recreation Center at Towne Lake Patio and Pavilion #visitMcKinneyTX

McKinney is inviting music fans to step out Oct. 17, and to bring your own wine or beer (only) to the patio to see and hear the Trey Allen Band at the unique by nature Recreation Center at Towne Lake Patio and Pavilion, known by old-timers as McKinney Community Center.

Trey Allen Band is an indie-rock band based out of Dallas, TX. They have performed at a variety of music venues across the country, from House of Blues in Dallas to music festivals in Oklahoma and Georgia. Look for Trey Allen on guitar and vocals and John Hames on vocals, guitar and percussion.


Map it: Recreation Center at Towne Lake Patio and Pavilion, 7-9 p.m. Oct. 17. Address: 2001 S. Central Expressway McKinney, TX 75069, between Eldorado and Virginia east of U.S. 75 in McKinney TX.


Five Fall events in McKinney TX

City of McKinney: Five things to do this Fall in McKinney
The fall season is arguably one of the best times to be outside in McKinney. While social distancing and masks are still necessary, the cooler weather is welcomed like a warm pumpkin spiced latte. The City of McKinney has a variety of activities for all ages to enjoy outdoors or virtually.

Free Halloween-themed Fitness Party in the Park on Oct. 17 from 8:30-11 a.m. at Bonnie Wenk Park. Hosted by McKinney Parks and Recreation, activities include yoga, Zumba, high fitness and fit. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels and will take place at the amphitheater. Please bring a mat (for yoga), towel and water. Classes will be moved to Old Settler’s Recreation Center in case of bad or cold weather. Wear your favorite Halloween costume! Register

Free Party on the Patio featuring Trey Allen Band on Oct. 17 from 7-9 p.m. at the Recreation Center at Towne Lake Patio & Pavilion. The event is BYOB (beer and wine).

Free Adapted Recreation Virtual Halloween Party via Zoom with Parks and Recreation, Oct. 23 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Register.

Free Party on the Patio featuring The Bodarks on Oct. 24 from 7-9 p.m. at the Recreation Center at Towne Lake Patio & Pavilion. The event is BYOB (beer and wine). 

MPAC presents: Rocky Horror Picture Show outdoors at the Sheraton McKinney on Oct. 30 starting at 9 p.m. Each ticket permits one vehicle to an 18×18 parking spot to enjoy an evening of singing and dancing to iconic scenes on the big screen with Janet, Brad, and the mysterious Dr. Frank-N-Furter all while practicing social distancing. Purchase tickets. VIP packages available.

McKinney is unique by nature

Plano Families First Fall Fair canceled

City of Plano: “After reviewing the current COVID conditions in the City of Plano and considering the potential size and duration of this event, the City of Plano has canceled Plano Families First Event scheduled for Saturday,
Oct. 17. The City of Plano remains committed to ensuring the health and safety of our community.”

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