Cajun Turkey Co. relocates in Lewisville; Dutch Bros. Coffee to open in McKinney and more DFW news

Cajun Turkey Co. relocated in November to a new Lewisville space. (Courtesy Cajun Turkey Co.)
Cajun Turkey Co. relocated in November to a new Lewisville space. (Courtesy Cajun Turkey Co.)

Cajun Turkey Co. relocated in November to a new Lewisville space. (Courtesy Cajun Turkey Co.)

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Cajun Turkey Co. sells Louisiana favorites after relocating in Lewisville

Cajun Turkey Co. relocated to a new store in Lewisville on Nov. 1 at 708 Valley Ridge Circle, Ste. 22. The store specializes in signature Cajun fried turkeys that are available for pickup. It also offers other Louisiana favorites, including gumbos, plus a broad range of other meats, appetizers and meals.


Farm2Cook halal meat store to open second Frisco location

Farm2Cook, a halal meat store, will open its second Frisco location in February off Eldorado Parkway and Independence Parkway. All goat and chicken products from Farm2Cook farms are organic, grass-fed and free-range.

Pediaplex will open therapy clinic in Frisco

Pediaplex will open in March at 4855 Ohio Drive, Frisco. The clinic offers speech and occupational therapy, applied behavior analysis therapy, feeding therapy, autism treatment, social skills training, and other services for children and families affected by a variety of conditions, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, communication disorders, sensory-motor disabilities, mental health disorders and learning disabilities.

Heritage Table rebrands as sandwich food truck in Frisco

Previously known as Heritage Table, the Impractical Sandwich is a pandemic-era pop-up stand that provides gourmet sandwiches to deli aficionados. Due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the community, the restaurant decided to change its name and operate as a food truck instead, calling this transformation a “culinary evolution” with a “sandwich conclusion.”


Dutch Bros. Coffee ventures east with upcoming McKinney location

Dutch Bros. Coffee will open this summer at 1401 N. Custer Road, McKinney. The Oregon-based coffee franchise has several locations throughout the West Coast and features a variety of coffee-blended drinks, energy drinks, teas and smoothies.


Starbucks to open new drive-thru location in Richardson

Starbucks plans to open a new location at 205 S. Plano Road in Richardson during the first quarter of 2021. The Seattle-based coffee company's new location will be in the Richardson Square development in front of the former Sears store.

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Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price set to retire

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price announced at a Jan. 5 press conference that she will not seek re-election in May for a sixth term as mayor of Fort Worth.

Collin County

Collin County launches registration process for COVID-19 vaccines

Collin County has created a vaccine wait list for residents who are at higher risk of complications from the coronavirus.

Daniel Houston, Francesca D’Annunzio, Matt Payne, William C. Wadsack and Kira Lovell contributed to this report.


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The $200 million Sam Rayburn Tollway expansion project, which added one additional lane in each direction, has been completed.

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Lewisville to host second public hearing on grant funding

City officials rely on public comments and suggestions to determine needs of residents and decide how to best use grant funds.

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Connect bus service in Lewisville ends as riders shift to GoZone on-demand service

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Denton County commissioners create new sexual assault response team

County commissioners appointed eight people to serve on the county's inaugural sexual assault response team.