Family

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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...

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...

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...

Protecting Frisco’s Pets

Potential pet owners have a lot to think about before they commit to bringing a new furry, fuzzy or feathery friend into their family...

Breaking Free from the Chains

10 Ideas for a Fresh New Year It goes without saying that with the new year also comes new opportunities for self-improvement. Health is not...

I Hope You Dance

As Charles Swindoll once espoused in a quote that circled the world, “We cannot change our past. We cannot change the fact that people...

The Handwavin’ Man

Frisco has, for so long, maintained its small-town feel, regardless of its growth. People have always been at the heart of what Frisco is,...

Giving Hands and Grateful Hearts

Most anyone will tell you that November and December are two of the most magical months of the year – months that bring out...

Newfound Independence

The transition into adulthood can be a difficult one, even for those who are seemingly well-prepared and capable both mentally and emotionally of tackling...

Never Lose Hope

Many agree, hope is what gets us through the darkest nights and the most troubling times. Hope is the driving force of both individuals...

Because Parenting Will Never Be “Convenient”

While Generation Xers (born 1965-1975) grew up with televisions, Millennials or Generation Ys (born 1977 to 1996) were introduced to the Internet through stationary...

With Dogged Dedication

Most members of the Rotary Club of Frisco boast strong ties to the community, are highly-skilled in their respective industries and have a desire...

Local Legends in Training

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to attempt obstacles like the ones on NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior” television show? Now, Frisco...

Frisco: A Place for Us All

As a community, Frisco continues to move forward into new beginnings. While the economy continues to boom and the population keeps growing,...

Open House

For nearly 40 years, Ronald McDonald House® Dallas (RMHD) has served the community and helped more than 38,000 families. Just recently, RMHD...

A Season for Family

Frisco has been named one of the top places in Texas to raise a family, thanks to some amazing facilities, a top-notch school district...

Divine Providence

Before Ben and Melody Pahlow were married, she had several stipulations. Mrs. Pahlow did not want any children, to be a pastor’s wife or...

Never Really Deleted

Parenthood is made up of many milestones — a child’s first steps, their first successful ride on a bike and, eventually, graduating high school...

Family

Video games have literally been around for more than 60 years. Many credit Bertie the Brain, a tic-tac-toe game created for the 1950 Canadian...

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...

When #MeToo Comes Home with Your Child

Sexual harassment is, unfortunately, a wide-spread topic these days. Accusations and admissions are breaking news and it seems every aspect of the world is...

A Season for Giving

Are you one of those people who turns on Christmas music before Thanksgiving? Do you get secretly excited when Christmas decorations come out before...

Send Some Cheer This Year

Holiday cards are, to some, a very big part of yearly Christmas traditions. And there always seems to be that one card you get...

Fit for a Miracle

Saturday mornings are typically a time for Frisco families to sleep in and enjoy not having to wake up to a blaring alarm clock....

Strong and Healthy, Inside and Out

As a parent, reality is sometimes tough to handle. Bullying about body size can affect any child, from the small, skinny kid with long...

Scam Nation

As heartbreaking as the reality is, the elderly population of our community is constantly faced with grave financial risk. It is hard to imagine...

There’s No Such Thing as Tattling

When I think about myself as a young kid or a teenager, I think about the teacher who inspired me to pursue my love...

Breaking the Chains

Modern-day slavery, otherwise known as human trafficking, involves the use of force, fraud or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex...

Having the Tough Talks

When it comes to safety, there is essentially nothing a parent would not do to keep their children out of harm’s way. No matter...

Family Matters

Sometimes, when it comes to family issues, answers and decisions end up as clear as mud. Parents try to do everything in their power...

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...

For the Love of Baby

For most couples, the most difficult decision they will ever face is the one to start a family. The idea of becoming pregnant, enjoying...

Tough Love

Frisco prides itself on being a good community — a place where schools are excellent, children are safe and parents do not have to...

Midwives of the 21st Century

In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that the rate of cesarean births was 32.2 percent in the U.S. The...

Summertime Safety 101

Ahh … summertime in Texas. Lake days, evenings at the ball field, afternoons by the pool and those hot, sticky summer nights grilling up...

Moving Beyond the Empty Nest

It is over in the blink of an eye, or so they say. That bundle of joy that needed constant care and attention is...

A Voice for the Children

It was a Aitterly cold evening and 4-year-old Cade, his 3-year-old brother, Evan, and their infant sister, Kate, once again had nothing to eat...

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...

Embracing Texas Families

It is saddening to think that many children and young adults in our community and the rest of the world are without a home....

Sharing Your Heart and Home

Frisco is a bustling and growing city that prides itself on quality attractions, neighborhood schools and a friendly, hometown atmosphere. There are a variety...

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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