Only you can prevent wildfires!

Only you can prevent wildfires!

Students from Godwin Elementary School recently toured the Princeton Fire Station and met a huge Smokey Bear. They learned about fire safety from local firefighters. For more education news see this week’s edition of The Princeton Herald or click here for the...
Anna Proved to be the Destination for Imagination

Anna Proved to be the Destination for Imagination

Anna’s middle school and high schools were bursting at the seams over the weekend as they hosted an estimated 12,000 participants and visitors from all over Texas for the Texas Destination Imagination State Tournament on Friday and Saturday. Awards were given to the...
Councilmember lends help to Meals on Wheels

Councilmember lends help to Meals on Wheels

To learn more about Collin County Meals on Wheels, Princeton Deputy Mayor pro tem David Kleiber when on a short run last week to deliver hot meals to Princeton residents. Kleiber went as an invitation from the organization during March on Wheels, a month long effort...
Texas church committed to local & global ministry

Texas church committed to local & global ministry

FARMERSVILLE, Texas (BP) — Every day since devastating tornadoes touched down in rural communities northeast of Dallas this past December, First Baptist Church of Farmersville has been helping people recover. Three or four times annually the last four years, the...
Full hearts, empty bowls

Full hearts, empty bowls

Jamie St. Clair, a McKinney resident, has been participating in an Easter ministry at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in McKinney for 16 years. During her time volunteering for this free meal program, she was introduced to a program called Empty Bowls, a program that...
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