Charlene Loggins
Rec center proposal draws residents’ ire

Rec center proposal draws residents’ ire

Nakita Christensen does not like the prospect of the Wylie Recreation Center being managed by someone outside city control.  She told the Wylie City Council at its meeting Sept. 14 that she comes from a low-income situation and can’t afford rates that she said YMCA...

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WHS student aces ACT exam

WHS student aces ACT exam

A second Wylie Independent School District student, Aidan Gardiner, received word this month that he aced the ACT college admissions test with a perfect score of 36. Gardiner, 17, is a junior student at Wylie High School and the son of John and Heidi Gardiner of...

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Local man competing as an American Ninja Warrior

Local man competing as an American Ninja Warrior

Wylie residents may recognize a neighbor, or hear a reference to their community, when the television show American Ninja Warriors airs an episode that was filmed at Fair Park in Dallas. The episode will be shown at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, on NBC. Competing for a...

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WISD Classes of 2018 graduate Saturday

WISD Classes of 2018 graduate Saturday

Almost 1,000 Wylie Independent School District senior students close out their high school years Saturday, May 26, when they walk the stage in commencement exercises. The site for WISD graduation ceremonies is Allen Event Center. Wylie East High School commencement...

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New city awards, logo introduced

New city awards, logo introduced

By Joe Reavis Staff Writer [email protected] In reviewing the successes of the city of Wylie in 2017, Mayor Eric Hogue dedicated a part of his annual State of the City address to honoring three individuals for their contributions to the past, the present and the...

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In the hunt

In the hunt

Raiders in third By David Jenkins Sports Editor [email protected] Wylie East boys soccer is in prime position to finish in the top four in District 15-5A. As of Monday, March 5 they were third with a record of 5-4-1. Above them were Lovejoy and Mesquite Poteet, and...

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