SurfaceWise2 & InspectIR: Two North Texas Innovations Combating COVID-19

The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented changes to our lifestyles and the way our businesses operate. Policymakers are in the uncomfortable position...

Sew Big or Go Home!

After months of weighing the risks and considering various safety precautions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials finally issued a press release in...

Frisco Mom Receives More than Surgery

In 2016, Asia Carter, at the time a 30-year-old single mother of two, found herself staring down a breast cancer diagnosis, double mastectomy and...

Still We Rise

In the midst of a harrowing global pandemic that has brought loss, uncertainty, heartache, impossibly tough decisions and fear stands one of the most...

Havin’ a Ball

The State Fair of Texas has long been known for its mouthwatering, iconic and sometimes outlandish foods. From traditional corny dogs and funnel cakes...

Frisco Businesses: Steady, Strong and Resilient

Frisco - and  everywhere  else  in  the  world  - is a very different place today than six months ago. Restaurants and parking lots aren’t as...

Building a Bone-In Business

Food service has been John Sayklay’s business for the past three decades plus. Since 2015, his company, JR & Sons Food Distribution, has been...

Creating the Magic of Santa

Local professional photographer, Chris Fritchie, ignited his passion for photography more than 20 years ago. An award-winning photographer and member of Professional Photographers of...

Frisco ISD COVID-19 Sports Plan

Schools across the nation are beginning to open back up and many parents and students are anxiously awaiting the first day of face-to-face instruction....

Artistic & Animation Aspirations

What happens when you blend the historical focus of the Heritage Association of Frisco with the artistic aspiration of a rising young Frisco artist?...

Clicks and Flicks: Gaining the COVID-19

Covid-19 has affected all of us in many ways. Health-wise, we know the devastation to those who have and are currently battling this unpredictable...

Avoiding the Hurt

We grew up making mud pies, riding bikes until sundown, chasing lightning bugs, playing games of pick-up basketball and Sandlot-esque baseball games. Little League...

Social-Distancing Guide to the Town

Despite everyone’s summer plans of mall trips, get togethers with friends and family and group events getting cancelled due to social distancing, summer doesn’t...

A Taste of NOLA in Frisco

Perhaps more than anywhere else, New Orleans is known for its iconic culinary dishes, ranging from a traditional gumbo steeped with Cajun influences to...

The Sun Behind the Clouds

Although sometimes hard to remember, the sun still shines behind the dark clouds that have enshrouded our society in recent months. And in the...

A Call to Arms

Several industries have thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of which is the firearm business. According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), The...

More Than Four

I never knew that gold is the ribbon color representing Childhood Cancer. I never knew that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. I never...

2020 Cover Photo Contest

       

You Gotta Have the Arts

Since moving to Frisco in 2004, Tammy Meinershagen has seen the local arts scene evolve nicely. However, the executive director of Frisco Arts realizes...

The Lure of Art

Art is an expression of life’s emotions, stories and functional needs through any medium our minds can conjure – pencil, paint, wood, fabric, photography,...

Taking the Guess Work out of Dinner

Dining out these days has its challenges, but cooking at home can be difficult to do, night after night. Finding the time, the motivation...

I’m Glad

As we wallow in the midst of a terrible pandemic – COVID-19, it's sometimes difficult to find things to be glad for or grateful...

Before the Lights, Camera, Action!

Imagine actor Jim Carey as The Grinch without his green makeup. No glowing, yellow eyes, furry green cheeks or smiling snout. It just doesn't...

The Builders of our Future Pioneers

“There’s no hope,” everyone said, looking at the child in distress. Deaf and blind Hellen Keller was dismissed as hopeless by everyone including her...

It’s OK not to be OK

Whether we care to admit it or not, our society has changed in recent months. A pandemic, quarantine, shut down and heavy uncertainty can...

A Taste of Culture in our Own Backyard

Frisco has some incredible cuisine. Everything from Japanese sushi to Syrian stretchy ice cream, residents do not have to travel far to get a...

Back-to-School Prep Essentials

As a new school year approaches, top on everyone’s minds is what will that “look like,” given the impact of COVID-19 on last year...

On a Grand-er Scale

As the only city manager Frisco has ever known, George Purefoy has seen it all. Hired in 1987, he has witnessed the opening of...

Business is Blumen in Frisco!

Lucia Flanagan is the owner and creative director of the Blumen Bus, Frisco’s first mobile flower bus, providing floral stems, arrangements, build your own...

What You Waiting For?

Frisco boasts a nightlife and cultural vibrance that has become the envy of many neighboring communities in North Texas, but the intersection of Preston...

Is a Smart Home a Smart Move?

Digital transformation has been at the forefront of many businesses for quite some time, regardless of the size of the company or the market...

What Has Reopened and What Precautions are being Taken?

Canyons Climbing Gym 7164 Technology Dr. Suite 202 Frisco, TX 75033 214-872-2992 canyonsclimbinggym.com New hours will be Monday-Thursday, 12pm to 9pm; Friday, 12pm to 10pm; Saturday, 10am to 10pm;...

Eagle Scout, Graduate and Beyond

It’s no secret the past few months have been hard. Hard on the world, hard on the United States, hard on our community and...

Frisco’s COVID-19 Community Heroes

If someone would have said in conversation six months ago our Spring and early Summer would be governed by a global pandemic that caused...

Comfort Food When You Need it Most

Over the past month and a half, who hasn’t felt the unbelievable disruptions in our daily lives? Whether it’s the cancellations of every possible...

History Repeats Itself

Someone asked me if I really think history repeats itself, and my answer was, “You bet I do! In fact, it’s repeating itself as...

Service Never Ends

Some people enlist in the United States Military solely out of love for country, but other service members join for reasons that have more...

Delivering a Brighter Future for Students and the Community

On April 6, 2020, Collin College celebrated its 35th anniversary of the election to establish the college. This year’s celebration looked much different than...

Weight Loss: Woes, Wins and Whims

Lose 30 pounds in one month! Shed pounds while still eating all your favorite foods! Slim down without exercising! We’ve all seen the ads tempting...

From Frisco to Cali: A Youtuber’s Success Story

People all over the world have dreams of making it big in the music industry. Thousands of aspiring musicians flock to tryouts each year...

Community Connections

Prince Nallamothula

Nine-year-old Prince Nallamothula, a young inventor and fourth-grader at Curtsinger Elementary School, has made a name for himself nationally and in the community as...

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