Tag: Feb-17

An Invisible Crisis

Imagine the average suburban family next door, the one that occasionally creates twinges of jealousy in you. Their life seems perfect, until a bizarre dog attack puts their son in the hospital. Neighbors rally around them, but after a few weeks, the offers of...

Redefining an Industry

When potential customers first enter Steel Paintbrush Tattoo Company in Frisco, they might initially do a double take of their surroundings. With a spacious and welcoming sitting area, white walls with tasteful decorations and a friendly greeting from the shop owner, Dennis Matthews, they...

The Value of Unity

There was a very popular rhetorical question some time ago that originated out of disunity: “Can’t we all just get along?” Why is getting along with others so difficult at times and why is it important? It is difficult because getting along challenges how...

Returned with Honor

Col. Bernard Leo “Bunny” Talley, Jr. (U.S. Air Force, retired), a native of Baltimore, Md., entered the U.S. Air Force (USAF) in June 1962 after graduating from Mount Saint Mary’s University with a bachelor’s degree in economics. In May 1965, he was awarded his...

February 2017

We will be making BIG changes that we cannot wait to introduce to readers throughout this year. In February, we share news regarding diversity in the Frisco ISD, introduce you to a local veteran and give you a behind-the-scenes look at economic development here...

Community Connections

Casey McEuin

Casey McEuin is the president and executive director of Project RELO, an organization helping corporate America hire veterans into positions that maximize their impact. Mr....

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