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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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Council holds several public meetings

Council holds several public meetings

Council held several public hearings and passed an ordinance prohibiting parking near the intersection of Cloudcroft Drive and South Ballard Avenue at the Jan. 11 regular meeting. Council first discussed the parking ordinance in November 2021 after residents living in...

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Election audit shows few issues

Election audit shows few issues

The Secretary of State’s office released the findings of Phase 1 of the forensics audit of the November 2020 election, which shows few issues with the process. In September 2021, the office of the Secretary of State (SOS) announced it would conduct a full forensic...

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WISD dedicates Williams Center

WISD dedicates Williams Center

There was action on and off the court Tuesday, Jan. 4 as the Williams Center was officially dedicated by Wylie ISD. The center was built with funds secured in the passage of the $193.7 million WISD bond in May 2019. Of the total bond amount, $87 million was used for...

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COVID-19 continues to surge

COVID-19 continues to surge

Health officials reported the highest single day COVID-19 case count last week with more than 1 million infections. A total of 1,082,549 new COVID-19 cases were reported Monday, Jan. 3, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The large number of new...

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P&Z tables restaurant talk

P&Z tables restaurant talk

The Wylie Planning and Zoning Commission left the drive-thru in the rear-view, tabling a special use request at its most recent meeting. The commission considered three new site plans, one amendment to an existing site plan and held a public hearing in the Dec. 21,...

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Council discusses ethics policy

Council discusses ethics policy

Wylie City Council held a workshop concerning the code of conduct ordinance during the Dec. 14, 2021, regular meeting. Two different options were presented for council's consideration: one option with a Board of Review and one without. City Attorney Richard Abernathy...

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Tax bills due Jan. 31

Tax bills due Jan. 31

To avoid fines and penalties, Wylie property owners are reminded that the deadline to pay property taxes to the Collin County Tax Office is Monday, January 31. Tax statements were mailed to property owners in October last year from the county tax office on behalf of...

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Esports grows in popularity

Esports grows in popularity

Some high school students want to prove not all athletes play on a field or a court. The Wylie High School esports program has been around for a few years, but has taken off recently, says coach Jeremy Stout. Esports is a form of competition where athletes play video...

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Life changes lead to tamale sales

Life changes lead to tamale sales

Selling shaved ice in the summer and tamales in the fall and winter months might sound a bit random, but one Wylie couple is having fun making it their seasonal hustle. In 2018, after successfully battling cancer, John Davila was forced to retire early from his...

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