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Fires break out in McKinney and Palo Pinto County

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Fires broke out across North Texas today, burning down homes under construction in McKinney and over 11,000 acres of land in Palo Pinto County. The National Weather Service said earlier this afternoon that the a fire burning in Palo Pinto County west of Mineral Wells - called the Dempsey fire - had grown to 11,000 acres and was just 12% contained.
PALO PINTO COUNTY, TX
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One person dead after McCurtain co drowning

MCCURTAIN COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - A Texas man is dead after a drowning incident in McCurtain County. According to Troopers, the drowning happened around 3:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon near Coyote Drive on Broken Bow Lake. Troopers said 62-year-old David Miller of Quinlan, Texas was floating on an inflatable raft when...
MCCURTAIN COUNTY, OK
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Fire destroys 7 homes under construction in McKinney

McKINNEY, Texas - Fire destroyed several homes that were under construction and threatened at least one that was occupied in a McKinney neighborhood Saturday evening. Firefighters are still putting out hot spots in the Wilmeth Ridge development on Marigold Drive, northwest of Lake Forest Drive and Highway 380. Video shared...
MCKINNEY, TX
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Seven McKinney homes impacted by fire

Seven McKinney homes were either burned to the ground or badly damaged in a fire, the McKinney Fire Department announced Saturday. According to the department, the call came in as a fire at a construction site on Marigold Drive. "One occupied home had some fire spread to it, but the...
MCKINNEY, TX
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Greenville Farmer's Market

From juicy red tomatoes to Halloween pumpkins you’ll find fresh farm-to-you produce and seasonal products at the Farmers Market on Market Square (East Lee Street at Bois d'Arc in downtown Greenville). Farmers Market vendors offer the best from local and regional harvests. Fruits, vegetables, local honey, fresh eggs –...
GREENVILLE, TX
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Salata planning to open new location on Preston Road in Plano

Salata will open a new location at 1701 Preston Road, Plano. Renovations on the 2,260-square-foot location are slated to begin in August and continue into November, according to a listing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The filing lists the estimated cost for the work at $300,000. The restaurant offers different styles of salads and wraps that can be customized with more than 50 different toppings, according to the Salata website. Salata has an existing store in The Shops at Legacy development in Plano. 844-725-2821. www.salata.com.
PLANO, TX
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It’s a Garden Party (group show) at The Cove June 24-25

This exhibit curated by Darby LaGrave offers a fresh bouquet of artists inspired by the beauty of spring gardens. Artists Featured include Deana McGarr, Debbie Goetz, Gina Benson, Janis Buck, Linda Herbert, Lisa Long, and Zeta Falkenberg. Refreshments will be served.
MCKINNEY, TX

McKinney resident set to transform convenience store on city’s east side into grocery store

Construction is about to begin on a project that will transform a historic convenience store on McKinney's east side into a grocery store with healthy food options. In June 1992, McKinney resident Jason Hernandez stood in front of the store at the southeast corner of Greenville and Murray streets and sold his first dime bag of marijuana. In 1998 he was sentenced to life in prison without parole for distributing drugs, and served 18 years in prison before President Barack Obama granted his request for clemency.
MCKINNEY, TX
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Any Book Club

Engage fellow avid readers in conversation about the book you have read this month. This is your chance to share what you have been reading and gain insight into other reading possibilities. Lovers of any genre are welcome. Even if you have not read a book this month, but are seeking suggestions, you invite you to join us.
ROWLETT, TX
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Rockwall Farmers’ Market Opens May 7

Rockwall Farmers’ Market begins its 2022 season!. The vision for the Rockwall Farmers Market concept is an effort to establish a. connection between local farmers and consumers by offering the community high. quality agricultural goods in a safe and healthy environment for everyone. Established in 2008 by the Friends...
ROCKWALL, TX

Tropical Smoothie Cafe opens second Plano location

Tropical Smoothie Cafe opened a new location in late April at 901 W. 15th St., Ste. B, Plano. Tropical Smoothie Cafe sells a variety of smoothies in addition to wraps, sandwiches, flatbreads, salads, breakfast items and more. This is the second Tropical Smoothie Cafe location in Plano after the 1937 Preston Road location that opened in 2016. 469-298-3775. www.tropicalsmoothiecafe.com.
PLANO, TX
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Campus Recreation Facilities

Your active journey awaits at one of our facilities which are designed for you to meet your fitness, play, or recreational goals, no matter how you choose to recreate. Membership is included for most currently enrolled students (must have paid the Campus Rec fee). Faculty, staff, TAMUC affiliates, and community members are able to purchase a membership. We’ll be ready for you before class or work, during your lunch break, in between meetings, and on your way home.
COMMERCE, TX
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Gather in Downtown McKinney

Join us in Historic Downtown McKinney for the McKinney Craft Beer Walk! A great experience for Father’s Day weekend!Join us to sip, shop and stroll through Downtown McKinney on Father’s Day weekend and taste craft beers from the...
MCKINNEY, TX

On Tap: Intrinsic Brewing Co.’s Heeey Czech.

Nothing Beats A Cold Beer With Some Good BBQ, So We Head To Garland’s Intrinsic Smokehouse and Brewery To Try Its Czech Pilsner. Welcome to On Tap! Each week in this recurring feature, we’ll take an in-depth look at one of the many beers available in the crowded North Texas brew scene. The goal here is to look at these area beers without our local goggles on, and to wonder aloud, “Is this beer good or do I just like it because it’s local?” Let’s find out! Cheers!
GARLAND, TX
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