Frisco’s Own Investment Philosopher

We all have our passions — that one topic you could talk about for hours without realizing how much time has passed. The subject...

A Successful Start

How did Dr. Mike Waldrip spend his summer break? For the most part, the superintendent of the Frisco ISD said it was “business as...

Saving Hearts and Lives

On a mild Monday evening, 20-year Frisco resident Sheila Elliott welcomes seven strangers into her home for a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), automated external defibrillator...

Frisco’s Own Breakout Novelist

We have all heard the saying “life is what happens when you are busy making other plans.” Robin Roe might be the poster child...

Musical Musings

John Holt, the professor of trumpet at the University of North Texas (UNT) and chair of the division of instrumental studies, is also the...

No Chicken Little

Eduardo Cortes is following in his father’s footsteps in soccer, the same game his dad, also named “Eduardo,” played. The younger Cortes, who signed...

Fit to Achieve

For some people, work is far more than just a nine-to-five shift spent in a cubicle. Those of us who have combined...

Spreading Goodwill in the Community

Tucked away in a parking lot on Main Street in Frisco is a barber shop. The door is wide open; laughter and conversation echo...

Making it Official

Eric Aimes Sr. leads a double life, but that is not a bad thing. For most of the week, Mr. Aimes Sr. works for...

Serving and Protecting

It was a Saturday at Walmart, and the store was jam-packed with people, a panorama of glistening chrome carts, never far from collision, in...

Community Connections

Ry the Tie Guy

Local James Ryan Leach surprises those around him by beating milestones doctors said he would never reach, sprinkling the world with laughter...

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