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The best radio reception

The best radio reception

It was Flag Day 1987. I was opening the mic for the first time as a new announcer on KTBB AM 600. It was the early part of my radio journey, and I was excited to be moving up in the industry. KTBB was the second radio station to be licensed in Tyler, Texas. A station...

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Collin County DA holds press conference on lawsuit

Collin County DA holds press conference on lawsuit

This story was updated with more information, including from an exit interview transcript with Fallon LaFleur Friday, Nov. 18. Collin County Criminal District Attorney Greg Willis struck a defiant tone in his response to an Oct. 31 lawsuit that alleges he sexually...

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City hosting Halloween event Oct. 1

City hosting Halloween event Oct. 1

The city of Princeton is hosting a new fall event for the first time ever featuring a movie and carved pumpkins floating on the water. The pumpkin-centric event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Princeton Municipal Center, located at 2000 E....

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DFPS specialist gives tips on preventing human trafficking

DFPS specialist gives tips on preventing human trafficking

A longtime veteran of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) spoke recently at a local event about how to be aware of and report abuse, neglect or human trafficking issues to the state. Doniqua Lewis — who has served 14 years in the department —...

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School board amends district policies

School board amends district policies

School board officials addressed some of its policies to bring them into line with statewide regulations. The Princeton ISD Board of Trustees considered three amendments to district policies during the regular meeting Monday, Sept. 19. Two of the policies...

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Noino Club celebrates 80 years

Noino Club celebrates 80 years

A local community organization celebrated its birthday two weeks ago when members held their monthly meeting. The Princeton Noino Study Club — which cleverly holds onion spelled backward in its name — turned 80 Thursday, Sept. 8, after its founding in 1943. The club...

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PCDC receives recreation center proposal

PCDC receives recreation center proposal

Princeton’s Community Development Corporation received an update on a resident requested project during its most recent meeting. Brittany Rouse from Kimley-Horn presented two concept plans for a recreation center during the meeting held Tuesday, Sept. 6. Rouse said...

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