“Greater Gardening” Series to be Held at Aubrey Area Library

By 380news | Aubrey

“Greater Gardening”, a three-part gardening series sponsored by Keep Aubrey Beautiful will be held at the Aubrey Area Library (226 Countryside Drive) in the Community Room beginning January 18, 2018. Member speakers from Denton County Master Gardener Association (DCMGA) will present the following topics: “Texas Native and Adaptive Plants” (January 18, 2018), “Growing and Cooking with Herbs” (February 15, 2018), and “Gardening from the Ground Up: Soil and Composting” (March 15, 2018). Each class begins at 6:00 p.m. and will last approximately one hour. This free educational series is open…Read More

Watermelon Seed Spitting at Aubrey’s Sesquicentennial Celebration

By Jim Manning | Aubrey

Downtown Aubrey was alive with its 150 year celebration. The morning started with a parade and followed with a day full of activities. The Historical group in Aubrey planned a day of fun for the community. Events included a beard contest, storytelling, a bonnet and hat contest, a costume contest, and my favorite a watermelon seed spitting contest. Each contestant was given a slice of melon and picked out their own seeds, and then it there was the lineup, and blowing out the seeds as far as they could in…Read More

Thousands of Helping Hands Pour Into Flooded Houston

By 380news | Aubrey

AUBREY, TX – Over 100 Aubrey area residents joined thousands of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Houston at the commencement of the massive Harvey cleanup effort. Towering piles of moldy drywall, insulation, carpet, and furniture currently line the neighborhood streets of Houston, awaiting removal. Although much progress has already been made, thousands of homes still remain to be mucked out. The flood damage is extensive, but goodness permeates the atmosphere in devastated Houston. Brent Argyle, a regional leader in the Church…Read More

Aubrey Electronics Recycling

By 380news | Aubrey

Aubrey Beautiful is hosting and Electronics Recycling Collection Event on September 23, 2017 at the Aubrey City Hall located at 107 South Main Street, from 9:00 am till noon. Acceptable items include computers, batteries, monitors, printers, storage media, home entertainment items. All computer hard drives will be destroyed using a Garner HD3-WXL Degausser. The process meets government mandates. In addition, home appliances will be accepted. All appliances must have freon removed. If freon has not been removed a $15 fee will be due at drop off. For more information contact Keep Aubrey Beautiful at kab@KeepAubreyBeautiful.org or at (940) 343-1313.Read More

World Poker Tour Champion is from Aubrey

By 380news | Aubrey

Courtney Hopper of Aubrey, Texas, played and won at the World Poker Tour event at Choctaw Casino. This is a very impressive poker tour to win. Hopper also won at the Diamond T Casino Event. Photo by Julie J.Read More

Farmers Market in Aubrey

By Jim Manning | Aubrey

As announced in the Aubrey Chamber News, the farmers market is beginning to take shape with local venders and farmers showing their wares and fresh food. The Dunn Farmin’ family appears to be regulars with a nice selection of produce. They are providing fresh vegetables and fruit grown on their local farm. The produce is bright and looks very tasty. They also provide beef steaks and cuts from their cattle on their farm. The market is located just off Highway 380 and just North of the Government Center in the park area. You can also visit Dunn Farmin’ on Facebook. While on Facebook take a look at the 380Guide page, where additional photos from the Farmers Market will be available…Read More

Aubrey Resident Earns Eagle Scout

By Kate Craig | Aubrey

AUBREY, TX – Trevor Freeman is the newest Eagle Scout recipient of Troop 1300 in Aubrey. Trevor, son of Doug and Shannon Freeman, received his award at an Eagle Court of Honor held on June 3rd in Oak Point. Freeman installed the flag pole at a local meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for his Eagle Project. Previously, the building had been the only Church meetinghouse in the region without one. Regarding patriotic respect, as symbolized by the American flag, Freeman said, “I think it’s important that we show it; as Church members and as citizens.” Jon Lawson, Freeman’s bishop, said that “I think it helps the community see that we support the country” and “is…Read More

Pat Fallon Speaks at Aubrey Area Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

By Jim Manning | Aubrey

The Aubrey Chamber of Commerce invited State Representative Pat Fallon to speak at their monthly luncheon. Rep. Fallon brought his two adorable sons with him for his moving and motivational speech about his journey to help raise awareness and funds to help combat children’s cancer. He spoke about his World Marathon Challenge, and explained the inspiration behind his reason to take on and complete this goal. This touching story in its entirety will be featured in an upcoming article in the 380Guide, the 380 Corridor’s premier magazine.Read More

Six Candidates to be on Mustang SUD Ballot

By 380news | Aubrey

Filing Period Ends for May 6 Election  AUBREY, TX – Six candidates, including two incumbents, filed to be on the May 6 Mustang Special Utility District (SUD) Board of Director’s election. Incumbents Kim Lehere and Marc Hodak filed for reelection. Fellow incumbent James Burnham did not file for re-election. The other four candidates are Ken E. Mitchell, Mark Roth, Nathan May and Elaina Moore. Both Burnham and Hodak were elected to the Board of Directors of Mustang SUD on May 10, 2014. Lehere was appointed to the board on Oct. 27, 2014. The polling location for early voting and Election Day is at the Mustang SUD office – 7985 FM 2931 Aubrey, Texas. If you are not registered to vote…Read More

Mustang SUD Board Approves New Well

By 380news | Aubrey

Construction estimated to be four to six months AUBREY, TX – The Mustang Special Utility District (SUD) Board of Directors approved on Monday the construction of a new well within the Silverado subdivision. Silverado – formerly known as the Lakes at Regatta – is located on FM 2931 in Denton County. The well will serve future home sites in the development. The project was awarded to Bowie’s THI Water Well for $859,316. The well is designed to yield 1,000 gallons per minute, but the final figure will not be known…Read More

Aubrey’s Key Cemetery

By 380news | Aubrey

Receives Historical Designation  The Aubrey Historical Society is proud to announce that the Key Cemetery has officially received The State of Texas Historical Cemetery Designation. Located southwest of downtown Aubrey, at the location of the old Key Settlement, the cemetery had almost been forgotten if not for the early work of Hazel Shelton in the 1970’s, current efforts of the Aubrey Historical Society members, the Dunn Family, as well as Brian Benson who supervised the Key Cemetery restoration and cleanup as his Eagle Scout Project. With at least 46 gravesites…Read More

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