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Oun said he perfected his fried chicken recipe over a six-month period. (Courtesy Mother Clucker)
Oun said he perfected his fried chicken recipe over a six-month period. (Courtesy Mother Clucker)

Oun said he perfected his fried chicken recipe over a six-month period. (Courtesy Mother Clucker)

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Colleyville-based Mother Clucker offers combinations of chicken, fries, sauces

Mother Clucker opened in Colleyville in June 2019. Before that, owner David Oun undertook a six-month trial period to perfect his chicken recipes, he said.

OUCH Orthopedics relocates practice in Southlake

Effective May 4, OUCH Orthopedics has moved to a new Southlake location at 431 E. Hwy. 114, Southlake.



Wedding cooperative now open in Richardson

The Darling Co. opened at 111 E. Polk St., Richardson, on June 1. The shop is a cooperative among seven vendors in the wedding industry, including hair and makeup artists, floral services and photography services.

Richardson restaurant Mumtaz specializes in Punjabi cuisine

People come to Mumtaz for the tikka masala, the lamb curry and the mixed grill, which is a combination of tandoori-cooked meats and vegetables, owner Kulwinder Dhaliwal said.

Starbucks to reopen its Northside location on UT Dallas campus

The Starbucks at Northside on the UT Dallas campus is reopening June 8. Just two days after its grand opening, the coffee shop temporarily closed its doors at 800 Synergy Park Blvd., Ste. 101, Richardson, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

SugarBacon in downtown McKinney to reopen under new ownership

After closing in September last year, SugarBacon Proper Kitchen will reopen with a new owner. With Mike Kim at the helm, the restaurant plans to have a soft opening June 4, and a grand opening will be held in the coming weeks.

Argentinian empanada restaurant now open in Northeast Fort Worth

Argentinian empanada restaurant Del Campo Empanadas officially opened May 20 at 10724 N. Beach St., Fort Worth.

Ian Pribanic, Gavin Pugh, Makenzie Plusnick, Olivia Lueckemeyer and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.



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Denton County Public Health reported on Aug. 6 the death of a Frisco woman in her 80s as a result of COVID-19. (Community Impact staff)
Denton County officials confirm COVID-19-related death of Frisco woman

“We will be praying for this woman and her loved ones,” Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said in a statement.

Cottonwood Creek Trail features platforms for viewing wildlife and fishing in Cottonwood Creek. (Courtesy Visit Frisco)
Frisco expands trails system as demand increases

Some of Frisco’s most popular trails will soon get expansions to improve their connectivity throughout the city and the region.

UNT at Frisco Professor Zain Ali (center) plans to teach classes in person in the fall. (Courtesy University of North Texas)
Frisco’s colleges look toward fall restart

Collin College and the University of North Texas at Frisco will offer face-to-face, online and hybrid class options this fall.

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Collin County reported 147 COVID-19 patients hospitalized Aug. 4, and Denton County reported 63 as of Aug. 5. That number has generally fluctuated in both counties in recent days but has decreased in both counties since July 23. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Frisco reports 255 active cases of COVID-19; hospitalizations decrease in Collin, Denton counties

On Aug. 5, Frisco reached its highest active case count of COVID-19 since the virus arrived to the city in March.

Legacy Christian Academy is slated to begin in-person instruction on Aug. 13, while classes at Leadership Prep School are slated to start Aug. 19. (Community Impact staff)
Legacy Christian Academy, Leadership Prep School plan return to in-person classes in Frisco

Legacy Christian Academy is slated to begin in-person instruction on Aug. 13, while classes at Leadership Prep School are slated to start Aug. 19.

Frisco ISD reopened its window for parents to choose their child's preferred learning environment for the fall between July 27-30. The form initially opened between June 29-July 14. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
CAMPUS BREAKDOWN: Over half of Frisco ISD students committed to virtual learning in fall

Among all options, commitment to Virtual Academy saw the greatest increase since the first selection window as compared to face-to-face learning. See where your Frisco ISD campus stands.

The Confederate Soldiers Monument stands on the south grounds of the Texas Capitol. A group of Democratic lawmakers have called for its removal, along with other statues and portraits honoring the Confederacy. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
State legislators seek removal of Confederate monuments at Texas Capitol

The decision may ultimately lie with Gov. Greg Abbott and the rest of the State Preservation Board, which last year authorized the removal of a plaque in the Capitol that said slavery was not an underlying cause of the Confederate rebellion.

The Behavior Exchange mostly works with children with an autism spectrum disorder, but such a diagnosis is not required for services. (Courtesy The Behavior Exchange)
The Behavior Exchange preps children with autism for social environments

“As an essential service provider, we’re committed to remaining a beacon of hope in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Adam Cline, clinical director at The Behavior Exchange.

The newly named PGA Parkway will extend from Frisco’s eastern border at Coit Road west to the roundabout at Teel Parkway. (William C. Wadsack/Community Impact Newspaper)
Frisco City Council approves name change for portion of Rockhill Parkway

Frisco City Council voted in favor of renaming a portion of Rockhill Parkway to PGA Parkway during its regular meeting Aug. 4.

Sonic Drive-In will open a location on Lake Forest Drive in McKinney. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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