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Celina TX hosting Texas High School Cycling League on March 31

The Texas High School Cycling League (THSCL) will be racing in Celina, Texas, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 31, 2019.

This race will include various county roads such as CR’s 134, 132, 138, 178, 179, 176, 177, and 135.  Please review the map of the race course.

This event will require a partial road closure (right lanes) as the cyclists race in a “rolling enclosure.”

The cyclists race between pace and follow vehicles and require traffic to be stopped at corners so the group can turn without stopping.

THSCL will have appropriate pace and follow vehicles and support staff to monitor and support each group that is on the road.

County officials are asking residents and drivers in the area to be aware of the racers in their area.

All roads will remain open to through traffic throughout the event.

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2019 Steak 101 classes starting up at Local Yocal Farm to Market in #McKinneyTX #steak101mckinney

The first Steak 101 classes of the year have officially been posted. Your crash course in everything beef begins at 10 a.m., April 6, at Local Yocal Farm to Market, located at 213 N. Tennessee Street in Historic Downtown McKinney.
From novice beefeaters to grill kings, Steak 101 courses provide a wealth of knowledge including, “clean” meat raising and finishing practices, choosing the perfect steak to feed your crew and fresh samples of roughly 18 different steaks, burgers, and sausages.
New this year: Pit Master Pass!
For an additional charge, two people per Steak 101 class will learn from the Pit Master all the secrets to grilling perfect steaks! You will work side by side and learn tips from seasoning to grilling to slicing.

Collin County: District Clerk refutes allegations by Dallas Passport Agency, waiting to reopen Collin County Passport offices

Statement by District Clerk Lynne Finley in response to specific allegations made against her offices and employees:

“The Collin County District Clerk shares a common goal with the U.S. Department of State of providing expeditious and secure passport application procedures. The suspension by the Dallas Passport Agency has resulted in at least 10,000 citizens being turned away from the Collin County Passport Offices. The District Clerk requested a meeting with appropriate decision makers with the Department of State with the goal of swiftly reopening the Passport Office.

“After receiving a response from the U.S. Department of State on the afternoon of February 21, 2019, affirming our suspension based on alleged inappropriate relationships between a county passport clerk and an expediting company, I can unequivocally confirm that the passport clerk at issue has worked solely for Collin County for 10 years.

“The second allegation by an unnamed applicant alleges a series of events which are inherently impossible, as the District Clerk’s office never receives issued passports. Also, alleged improper credit card charges are easily disproved by the receipt journal through our computerized systems.

“Both of these unfounded allegations by the Department of State could have easily been cleared up months ago with a phone call to my office, requesting the necessary documentation to refute them. The Collin County District Clerk will be providing a comprehensive response to the U.S. Department of State as soon as practical. It remains the hope of the Collin County District Clerk that the documentation and facts refuting the allegations will allow our passport offices to re-open for the benefit of our citizens.”

The State Department received the attached response from the District Clerk on Monday, Feb. 25. A conference call with the Department of State took place on Feb. 26, with assurances that the federal agency would review and respond timely. However, the passport offices still remain closed.

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