Tag: Nov-16

Frisco’s Culinary Teen Treasure

Tara O’Donnell is a Frisco area eighth grade student. She was born in Stanford, Conn., to an Irish father and English mother. While she had a fairly common upbringing, Tara recently won her competition on the popular show “Chopped Junior” that was aired on...

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 for which we are thankful. And, we know that those of us privileged to live in this great country automatically...

The Power in Acceptance

When I was 5 years old, my father took me to the circus. The day is forever etched in my mind, more than 40 years later. It was one of those traumatically eventful days I will never forget. Before he died, my father and...

Musically Proud

The Frisco ISD is no stranger to being awarded numerous accolades for accomplishments that range from individual awards to awards earned by the collaborative efforts of many stakeholders across the district. It is widely-known that the FISD is thriving and its more than 55,000...

Barbecue Done Right!

As a born and bred Texas girl, most barbecue joints fall short on the “impress me” scale. I have been in my fair share of restaurants that serve up their version of the “best barbecue in Texas.” Please. There is nothing worse than biting...

Finding a Forever Home

Animals and pet owners have been a part of society for thousands of years. Anyone who has ever had a pet, either as a child growing up or an adult later in life, knows how a pet can enrich your life in many ways....

Can It!

The centuries-old practice of preserving food, or “putting up,” as it is called in canning lingo, is making a big comeback. People are more interested in healthy eating and growing their own food or celebrating the bounty at local farmers’ markets. Home canning is...

Under Review

Back in the day, one of the more popular television shows was “Sneak Previews,” where famed movie critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert reviewed movies with a simple thumbs-up or thumbs-down. Films which received two thumbs-up from these respected critics were sure to highlight...

November 2016

In November, We bring readers information about the Frisco ISD’s music curriculum and look at how online reviews impact local businesses. Also, check out our special Thanksgiving feature, created by kids from the community.

Community Connections

Simon | Paschal PLLC

After practicing at the same law firm for five years, Paul Simon and Dustin Paschal ventured out and began their own business law firm...

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