Tag: Jan-17

Fit for Frisco

In our growing city, full of up-and-coming shopping and dining destinations, there is also a profitable industry revolving around sports that is growing exponentially every day. Even before the recent opening of The Star in Frisco and the arrival of sports’ most recognizable brand,...

January 2017

Frisco STYLE is excited to present the January Health and Fitness issue. Inside, you will find information regarding gun safety and living and coping with mental health issues. You will learn about the importance of maintaining an organized home and local sports-related businesses here...

Reflect, Respect and Remembrance

Who are the people in your life that you know you will never forget? There are some individuals who have built a legacy and leave a mark on your heart forever. The late Lillie “Pearl” Morris was a Frisco resident, a leader, an entrepreneur,...

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 tend to agree with them, but when I think about the alternative to getting older, I decide to make the...

A Strong Foundation

Adjacent to Frisco is the fast-growing community of Little Elm. The forty-square-mile lakeside community boasts a small town feeling with first-class education, which is important to many Frisco residents, as school district lines cross within the communities. Little Elm ISD serves the communities of...

All Aboard the Snowball Express

Since September 11, 2001, American military children have grown up drastically differently due to unprecedented levels of deployment and increased reliance on Reserve and National Guard members. Every day, many of the men and women of the armed forces return to their families and...

There’s Nothing Better Than Rock and Brews

Sometimes, you need a little out-of-the-ordinary in your life. As someone who grew up in the area, a lot of times, I feel like I have been everywhere and eaten at every restaurant in the metroplex. There is no barbecue, seafood or Mexican food...

Changing From the Inside Out

The hope and promise of a new year brings with it many emotions as we look towards the future with anticipatory and optimistic resolutions, plans and goals. While 2016 was a year to remember, the clean slate that lies ahead encourages each of us...

Have a Little Faith

When we heard Madison Trader’s story of strength, faith and perseverance, we knew our community needed to hear her message. Trust in the Lord and faith in His plan can help make miracles happen, and Madison’s story is evidence of that. A little more...

Re-birth

A new year means a new you. Whether it is a physical or mental change, most of us try to improve ourselves, year after year. Every day brings its own challenges, but each new day also brings an opportunity for growth and development. 2017...

Community Connections

Allison Burum

Allison Burum, who supports marketing and public relations efforts for The Miracle League of Frisco and the North Texas Turkey Trot (as well as...

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