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Boyd voyage: Burton returning to college coaching after one season with Broncos

Published: 04/04/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

The appeal was too much for McKinney Boyd boys basketball head coach Jason Burton to pass up the opportunity to return to an environment that he is more than familiar with.

Meet HOPE and MONA: Elementary students name McKinney hospital's surgical robots

Published: 04/04/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

The newest members of Medical Center of McKinney’s surgical team officially have names thanks to two McKinney ISD elementary students.

Addison Cusack, a kindergartener at Wilmeth Elementary, and Brendan Stutler, a first-grader at Wolford Elementar

Hairless and happy: Boy with cancer inspires McKinney siblings

Published: 03/21/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

McKinney Boyd student Morgan Souder, left, gets her hair cut for Locks of Love by Dawn Trimble last week at Plaza Salons in Dallas. Souder did it in honor of her friend, Damon, 9, who has bone cancer.

'Night at the Movies' returns to McKinney in April

Published: 03/21/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

Neighborhood Night at the Movies returns to McKinney in April with showings of "Monsters University" & "Despicable Me 2" at various parks throughout the community. For more information and park locations, visit mckinneytexas.org/parksevents.

McKinney Chamber of Commerce president resigns

Published: 03/21/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

Jodi Ann LaFreniere Ray, McKinney Chamber of Commerce president for the past several years, resigned this week.She will leave her position effective Friday to pursue a private-sector opportunity.

Taverna Rossa and Cadillac Pizza Pub to host 'chip-off' for charity

Published: 03/10/2014 by McKinney Courier Gazette in News

What is the best chip for your dip? Taverna Rossa and Cadillac Pizza Pub are set to find out.

McKinney Christian Academy looks to add portable buildings

Published: 03/10/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in Business

McKinney Christian Academy needs more space, but officials want to ensure the space meets city standards.

Lasting legacy: Inaugural award recognizes McKinney trailblazers

Published: 02/27/2014 by McKinney Courier-Gazette in News

Longtime McKinney educator Leonard Evans Jr., left, receives the first-ever Professor E.S. Doty Trailblazer Award from Pastor Derrick Scobey on Sunday at First Baptist Church of McKinney.

U.S. 75 gets a new name through Collin County

Published: 02/27/2014 by McKinney Courier Gazette in News

U.S. Rep. Johnson, is congratulated by Texas Sen. Ken Paxton during a ceremony to rename U.S. Highway 75 in Johnson's honor.

Raytheon hosts ‘Engineers Week’ for McKinney, Plano students

Published: 02/24/2014 by McKinney Courier Gazette in News

Raytheon in McKinney recently hosted area students for its Engineers Week.