Charlene Loggins
Wylie Police blotter

Wylie Police blotter

Wylie Police Department blotter from April 4 – April 10 April 4• 12:43 – Possession of Marijuana, less than 2 ounces – 2000 N. Hwy. 78 • 16:56 – Assault Bodily Injury/Family Member – 1300 E. Oak St. • 18:46 –Found Property – 1800 McMillen Rd.• 20:36 – Possession of a...

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Early voting begins Monday

Early voting begins Monday

Early voting for the Nov. 2 Wylie municipal bond and Texas Constitution election runs Oct. 18-29. Nearby early voting locations for Dallas County residents include Sachse City Hall, Rowlett City Hall and Dallas College Garland Center, formally Richland College. Collin...

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Copies of Community High Graduation Section available

Copies of Community High Graduation Section available

The Community High School Class of 2018 graduation section was included in the June 14, 2018 edition of The Wylie News. If you would like extra copies they are available at the Wylie office located at 110 N. Ballard in downtown Wylie. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 5...

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Copies of Wylie Graduation Sections available

Copies of Wylie Graduation Sections available

The Wylie High and Wylie East High School Class of 2018 graduation section was included in the May 30, 2018 edition of The Wylie News. If you would like extra copies they are available at the Wylie office located at 110 N. Ballard in downtown Wylie. Office hours are...

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Sensational sophomore

Sensational sophomore

There was no sophomore slump for Wylie East graduate Braden Shewmake. As a member of the Texas A&M baseball team, he earned multiple preseason and postseason honors for 2018. He also helped lead the Aggies to a winning record after making the switch from second...

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The front lines of fatherhood

The front lines of fatherhood

Pastors, fire captain, talk serving and parenting today Craig Rush knows all too well the challenges families face today. As the campus pastor of Chase Oaks Church Woodbridge Campus, and as the father of three children, ages 7, 5 and 3, the demands of family and...

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Heat deaths in cars are preventable

Heat deaths in cars are preventable

Since 1990, an average of 37 children have died of heatstroke in vehicles every year in the United States, tragedies that were entirely preventable. Murphy Police Chief Arthur Cotten pointed out that heat deaths in vehicles actually are higher when pets and the...

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Bluegrass event opens in two weeks

Bluegrass event opens in two weeks

There is a little bit of something for everyone, music, custom and antique cars, pony rides, craft vendors and food, for the annual Bluegrass on Ballard celebration Saturday, June 30 in historic downtown Wylie. The free festival hosted by Wylie Downtown Merchants...

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Pirates push Keller to the max in regional semis

Pirates push Keller to the max in regional semis

FLOWER MOUND – Keller got all they could handle from Wylie during the semifinal round of the Class 6A Region I softball playoffs. In the end the Indians held on for a 5-3 win Friday, April 18 at Flower Mound High School. They’ll face Plano in the regional finals. The...

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Perfectly portable watermelon dishes

Perfectly portable watermelon dishes

A packed schedule often leads to less meals around the table. Between balancing family, friends, work and activities, it can be easy to reach for a pre-packaged snack on-the-go that lacks important vitamins and nutrients. Instead, when looking for portable, grab-and-...

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