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  • The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will hold a public meeting next week on the proposed improvements to US 380 from FM 1827 to CR 985 in Collin County. The public meeting will be held from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m., Thursday, May 31, at Princeton High School Cafeteria, located at 1000 E. Princeton Drive.

  • Triple Play Game Show Spectacular fundraiser benefits Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation’s efforts to help area youth
  • Do you have a need for speed? Experience the heart-racing thrills of Bike the Bricks as criterium racers from all over the nation battle it out on the bricks and tight turns of historic downtown McKinney. Spectators are merely inches from the action as riders rocket past, powered only by their legs and protected from the pavement only by their skill. Bring the whole family to enjoy food, spirits and festivities at this free cycling event in Historic Downtown McKinney.
  • The 11th annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Ridgeview Memorial Park will be held Monday, May 28, 2018, at 1:00 pm. Located at 2525 Central Expressway North, between McKinney and Allen, this annual event honoring the memories of all deceased veterans who honorably served their country is sponsored by VFW “Lone Star” Post 2150, Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home and Collin County Freedom Memorial Day at Ridgeview - photo by RD Foster
  • Hawaiian Falls will offer free admission to all military personnel and veterans at its five Texas waterparks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco from 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Memorial Day weekend: Saturday, May 26; Sunday, May 27; and Monday, May 28. Military dependents are $21.99. Children two years old and younger are always free. To participate, individuals just need to show a valid military ID or proof of service (DD214 or “Veteran” status on license) at the ticket window.
  • To say the least, 1910 was a very interesting year for the old crew from the registrar's office at the University of Texas. The former UT registrar himself, John Lomax, would begin carving out his reputation as a folklorist and musicologist by publishing an anthology he had seemed born to write, Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads, with an introduction written by no less than President Theodore Roosevelt.