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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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Counter measures

Counter measures

If you look at what’s missing from this great land, it’s, a barstool on which to sit, good home cookin’, and a counter on which to eat it. The diners of yesterday need a revival. By John Moore For more on this story see the November 22, 2023 print, or...

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Soccer tournament, festival coming to city

Soccer tournament, festival coming to city

An annual soccer tournament for the past four decades will finally touch down in Wylie after taking place in other cities across North Texas. The opening ceremonies for the 40th Annual ESFNA Tournament are scheduled for noon Sunday, July 2, at Wylie Stadium, which is...

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City to host firework show July 2

City to host firework show July 2

After a more than 10-year wait for a city firework show, Wylie residents will be able to take in a Fourth of July staple thanks to a source of unlikely funding. Public Information Officer Craig Kelly said the city will host its show at 9:45 p.m. Sunday, July 2, with...

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Storms leave damage across Lavon

Storms leave damage across Lavon

This story was updated at 1:47 p.m. to reflect information from Independent Financial and the Lavon Volunteer Fire Department. Severe storms and high-speed winds left their mark in Lavon last night taking out parts of several structures, including a group of bank...

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SB 224 may curb appetite for car part

SB 224 may curb appetite for car part

Criminals who steal catalytic converters will face stiffer penalties if caught and convicted. Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 224 into law on Tuesday, June 6. The measure by Sen. Carol Alvarado (D-Houston) is the companion to the House bill filed by Rep. Jeff...

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Flowing forward: safeguarding water quality

Flowing forward: safeguarding water quality

We all live in a watershed, so everyone should share in the responsibility of caring for it, according to a recent workshop. “A watershed is like one big bowl or bathtub, said Michael Kuitu, a program specialist and coordinator for the Texas Watershed Steward program....

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Scholarship to honor two shooting victims

Scholarship to honor two shooting victims

Following the death of two Cox Elementary School students in the Allen Premium Outlet shooting May 6, a local education foundation is creating a scholarship to honor their memory. One month after the event Tuesday, June 6, the Wylie ISD Education Foundation announced...

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City manager, council clash on ambulance funding

City manager, council clash on ambulance funding

Intense debate broke out during a workshop session at the Tuesday, June 13, council meeting as councilmembers and staff disagreed on a funding solution to the start of offering ambulance services through Wylie Fire-Rescue. Unlike nearby municipalities, Wylie contracts...

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Summer meal program underway

Summer meal program underway

Residents searching for meals this summer can swing by Hartman Elementary School, located at 510 S. Birmingham St. The school is offering a morning snack and lunch option free of charge to children under 18 or individuals with a disability under 21 years of age. The...

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