Tag: Feb-16

February 2016

With a variety of new attractions opening daily in Frisco, the economy is growing and booming! In our February issue, readers will learn about everything from the Frisco Farm Fresh Market to the new developments in downtown Frisco. Read all about up-and-coming, innovative businesses...

Marine Dreams

Chris and Valerie Jackson’s story begins with each of them growing up watching classic war movies with their fathers. At an early age, they each knew that they not only wanted to serve their country, but to do so as Marines. This husband and...

A Community of Hope

Get my baby out!” I screamed with a raspy voice. My desperate pleas for help were barely heard. Smoke filled the room as the cries of my newborn awakened me into a living nightmare. The house was on fire, and I could not get...

A Creative Concept Close to Home

Some days, it can be a challenge to decide where and what you want to eat. With such a huge variety of dining destinations throughout the metroplex, even narrowing it down to a certain genre of food can be difficult! Other times, it seems...

The Heart of Frisco

To say that Frisco is growing is quite an understatement. Have you been taking a good look lately at all of the new places opening as you drive through town? The most popular and accurate adjective used to describe our fantastic city should be...

“Fresh” Off the Press!

If there is one thing Frisco residents can agree on, it is that there has been no shortage of change, growth and economic development in the city over the past several years. Flash back to many decades ago, when the town boasted nothing but...

Messengers of Faith

Food, shelter and clothing are considered the basic necessities of life, but let us not neglect communication and education, especially in a time where the world seems besieged with images of half-truths, non-truths and hatred. Sometimes, the answers and reassurances we seek cannot be...

Planting Seeds of Faith, Hope and Courage

Living in Frisco offers residents the best of the best — a small town feel combined with state-of-the-art facilities at every turn. We have access to highly-ranked schools and beautiful parks, mindful city leaders, sports teams and shopping, shopping, shopping! While much positivity and...

Approaching a Season of Change

Every year, Frisco citizens are faced with a vast amount of information regarding local annual elections. It is extremely important that the community takes advantage of available resources in order to make an educated voting decision. Every vote has the potential to make a...

Take a Load Off

It may be a hackneyed stereotype, just like tumbleweed, armadillos, bullet-ridden road signs and 72-ounce steaks, but it is no exaggeration to say that Texas likes its trucks. With one out of every six full-sized pickups sold in the Lone Star State, it seems...

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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