Aubrey Chamber Welcomes Community Medical Urgency Clinic

By Jim Manning | Aubrey

Community Medical Urgency Care Clinic recently opened to the public in Aubrey. They are located at 703 S. Highway 377 in the Aubrey Pharmacy area. The Aubrey 380 Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed them with a ribbon cutting.Read More

Eleven Aubrey High School Students Received Awards at the UIL Valley View Invitational

By Amy Ruggini | Aubrey

“I am so proud of the consistent effort our team is showing,” Aubrey UIL sponsor Edgar Jackson. “These results are a good reflection of how ready we are to win district.” Results: Amos Perkins-6th place spelling, 2nd place ready writing Jacan Farmer-2nd place number sense, 5th place accounting, 1st place math Rachael Housewright-6th place ready writing, 5th place literary criticism, 1st place team literary criticism Amia Carr-6th place news writing Morgan Place-2nd place feature writing Avery Simmons-3rd place persuasive speaking, 4th prose interpretation Lylliam Oquel-7th place Lincoln-Douglas debate, 4th place…Read More

Aubrey ISD Held Open House at Monaco Elementary

By Amy Ruggini | Aubrey

Aubrey ISD schools held their open houses in early March. Monaco Elementary held a Math and Science Night with a “Jumanji” theme. The high school held its annual “Spotlight on AHS” event on March 5th. This was a great opportunity to highlight and promote the opportunities the school has for students. There were band and One Act performances in the gym and cafeteria.Read More

Aubrey ISD’s FFA Rabbit Team had Great Showing

By Amy Ruggini | Aubrey

The Aubrey FFA rabbit team had a great showing at the Houston Livestock Rodeo in early March. The team comprised of Shannon Kirk, Rachel Wills, Karlee Collins and Cheyenne Neely all came home with numerous honors. “I am so proud of the rabbit team,” said Yarbrough. They dominated the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, winning several best of breeds and Best Opposite Breeds. Collins won Best of Variety (Fuzzy Lop), Best Opposite of Variety (Fuzzy Lop), Best of Sex Reserve Grand and seven topfive finishes. Willis was the Overall Grand Champion in the Creative Costume Event, Best of Sex Reserve Grand, Best of Variety (Dwarf Hotot) and six top-three finishes. Neely had three top-four finishes and Kirk posted a first-place…Read More

Firestone is welcomed by the Aubrey 380 Area Chamber of Commerce

By Jim Manning | Aubrey

The Aubrey 380 Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Firestone to the community with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Executives from Firestone presented checks to groups in the area. State and County Representatives were on hand to speak to the public in attendance. Firestone are located at 11980 U S Highway 380 in Crossroads. (Just East of Wal-Mart) The Phone is 940-365-5740. Store Manager Gary Hewitt welcomes you to come a visit their new facility.Read More

Aubrey High School Art Competitions

By Amy Ruggini | Aubrey

AUBREY, TX – Three Aubrey High School students with four artworks will advance to the state Visual Arts Scholastic Event on April 27-28 at San Marcos High School in San Marcos. Kimmie Wesson, Emily Perez and Sarah Wainwright will progress to the state event with their artwork. Wesson had two pieces of art recognized. Twenty-eight AHS students submitted 48 artworks to the Region 11N area competition held on Saturday, Feb. 10 at Timbercreek High School. Twenty-eight artworks earned the highest rating of four. Many AHS students earned letterman jackets in Art from this event. At the regional VASE, students are interviewed and their artworks are juried by certified, professional Texas Art Education Association jurors, according to the TAEA website. A…Read More

“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 three tries. This gave the feel of a real country fair event from way back. The one-man band was entertaining and nice to listen to. Jackie Fuller of the Aubrey…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 who headed the group of 123 from the Aubrey, Frisco, and Prosper areas said, “My heart was heavy as I drove down the streets and entered homes where families have…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…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

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