Now and Then

Take a fascinating look at Frisco history through vintage photography and vivid storytelling. Column by Bob Warren. Read the latest.

What Can Frisco Be Thankful For?

It is November — the month with a special event called “Thanksgiving,” a day set aside for us to recall many of the blessings...

Money Talks

Yes, money talks, but pennies and nickels do not speak as loudly as they once did. Come with me as we look at what...

Come in and Sit a Spell!

As our nation, and the world, faces unsettling times rocked by wars, terrorist attacks, shootings and mob violence, let’s take a peek into the...

Just Ask Siri

You “youngsters” probably cannot imagine how we old-timers entertained ourselves before present day electronic devices such as cellphones came along and helped change our...

Getting “With It”

I just flunked my “app”-titude test! My grandson, his wife and my two great-granddaughters recently came from San Antonio to visit, armed with their...

If They Could See Us Now

I recently attended a retirement reception for our friend, Jim Gandy, who has been the president of Frisco’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) for the last...

From Smoke Signals to Facebook

Most of us like to stay in touch with our friends and loved ones. Never, since the beginning of time, has it been so...

Back to Nature Expressions

"Well, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle” … “Something is fishy about that deal” … “There is a fly in the ointment somewhere” … These...

Pets Rule!

ill Rogers, who you old-timers will remember as the “cowboy philosopher,” once said, “All I know is what I read in the newspaper.” Mr....

So, What’s Next?

“Getting old is not for sissies!” That is something we often hear from old-timers as they groan and nurse their aches and pains. I...

Community Connections

John Lettelleir

John Lettelleir, an 18-year Frisco resident, is the director of development services for the City of Frisco, which involves planning, building inspections, code enforcement...

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