Tag: Sep-20

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. While districts across the country are creating plans for a safe and successful school year, one Georgia school district has...

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? The result is a beautifully illustrated coloring book that teaches people of every age about the rich history of Frisco...

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 monster. In everyday life, quarantining and distancing have become the norm, and the repetitious predictability of each day takes some...

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 games were a once-a-week occurrence and heading to The Ballpark in Arlington or Texas Stadium to catch a game was...

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 have to be boring. Sitting at home for months on end has made us all either try something new, acquire...

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 newer Vietnamese-Creole-fusion dishes, which reflect the vast diversity of “Nawlins.” So, when the hankering for some authentic NOLA grub...

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 midst of all the fear, illness, anger and loneliness, a group of “kindness enthusiasts” has set out to brighten our...

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 Firearm Industry Trade Association statistics state that 12.1 million background checks have been performed in 2020 through late July, inching...

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 knew how many kids in the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex currently have or previously had cancer. I never knew that childhood...

September 2020

In our September 2020 issue, you will find an inside look at how COVID-19 has affected Frisco ISD sports, unique experiences close to home, a local group that’s bringing kindness to Frisco and much more!

Community Connections

Dr. Janie Sanders

Dr. Janie Sanders, interviewed in our article “Texas Health Frisco Doctor Leads Local COVID-19 Care,” currently holds a bachelor’s degree in biology at Nicholls...

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