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Best of Frisco 2018

Frisco is home to neighbors who contribute in countless ways to the well-being of the community. Each person in Frisco plays an important role in making the city all that it is today. From business owners and corporate leaders to community volunteers and nonprofit...

What Makes Me, Me?

Have you ever wondered if the stories your parents and relatives told you about your heritage are accurate? How much do you know about your ancestors, really? What might your DNA tell you about you? Your health? After asking ourselves these same questions, some...

A Community Cause

Steve Post cannot recall anything about the events of February 8, 2017, and that is probably just as well. However, the 65-year-old retired attorney has learned from others that what began for him as an average day playing on the golf course at Frisco...

What on Earth am I Here For?

What on Earth am I here for? It is the deeply-felt, but often unspoken question that is on the heart of every person I meet with throughout the week. What is unique about the question is that it is one that never goes away...

Living in the Bubble

Soccer is not a game, it is a whirlwind of experiences — smelling the sweet, fresh scent of clipped grass, soaking up the friendly feeling of sunshine on your face and arms and even suffering a slightly aching side from running, breathing and laughing...

A Culinary Change of Pace

Zaytinya is one of the newest restaurants to open its doors at The Star in Frisco. With a modern and elegant atmosphere, this unique restaurant provides a relaxing destination for families or anyone interested in enjoying an authentic Eastern Mediterranean meal featuring Turkish, Greek...

Responding to Tragedy

On April 20, 1999, two students stormed Columbine High School, killing 13 and wounding 21 others. In March of this year, a former student repeated the same horrific act at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., gunning down 33 individuals. Seventeen were...

The Spirit of a Hero

The flippant, colloquial phrase, “I would give an arm and a leg for some air conditioning right now,” perhaps said while roasting in the hot Texas sun, may never be uttered again once you encounter someone who has done just that — only for...

Churches Galore, But Room for More

Wait! Please do not turn this page yet. When my wife saw the proposed title for this article, she said, “Churches? You will lose one third of your readers when they see the title. Many people today are not interested in reading or hearing...

A Farewell Wave

If you are a resident of Frisco or Little Elm, you have undoubtedly crossed paths with Jimmy Lee Robinson, or, as he identifies himself “the happiest man in the land.”  “Trust is a must” … “Believe in yourself” … “God’s got your back.” These are...

Community Connections

Marvin Fisher

Marvin Fisher, a member of the U.S. Air Force, graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1981. During his decorated career, he was sent...

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