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A Ministry of Love and Comfort

Donna Smith emerges from her car with an armful of pillows, batting and a cell phone. Pausing as she dials the phone to announce...

Get in the Game

On the evening of Jan. 12, you could smell the aroma of hot, buttered popcorn as you approached the Field House at Prestonwood Christian...

Frisco’s Own Investment Philosopher

We all have our passions — that one topic you could talk about for hours without realizing how much time has passed. The subject...

20 Years Strong!

Back in 1995, the population of Frisco was around 14,500 residents. If you are reading this article, odds are you were not part of...

A Local Meal Rooted in Heritage

Like many people, I am a fan of historic homes. I love everything about them, from the classic architectural details to the effortless charm...

Sweeter Than Honey

Recently, on a crisp winter morning, two of my best friends met me at Tupelo Honey, a new restaurant located at The Star. Known...

When a House Becomes a Home

From the beginning, different factors and people involved in our upbringing influence us deep within through experiences, knowledge and emotions. We all usually find...

A Texas-Sized Dream

The North Texas area down to the Houston region persistently remains one of the state’s top contenders for a great deal of “mosts.” For...

Talking Trash

There is good news and bad news. First, the bad news … Each day, the average Texan throws away nearly six pounds of trash....

An Italian Gem

Frisco has added a new jewel in its crown. Seemingly simple and unassuming, Cane Rosso sits on the corner directly across from The Ford...

Community Connections

Michael Strand

Michael Strand, a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army, went through infantry training and was selected to attend Artillery Officer Candidate School after being...

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