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Aubrey woman takes home World Poker Tour event title
Courtney Hopper, a 29-year-old mother from Aubrey, put down the $240 buy-in payment for a World Poker Tour event at Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Oklahoma, on July 23, something she turned into about $10,000 by 4 a.m. the next day by winning the championship.
Community raises funds for injured Aubrey teacher's medical bills
McCombs to receive $60,000 in severance agreement
Ed Pickrel instills in sons his work ethic, with a little added fun
To remember why many celebrate Father's Day every year, meet Ed Pickrel.
Aubrey severs ties with McCombs
Aubrey has severed ties with its city administrator, Matt McCombs, citing a lack of confidence.
Aubrey council changes time for Thursday's special meeting
The time for a special-called Aubrey City Council meeting Thursday (today) to discuss the contract of its former city administrator, terms of a separation agreement and severance pay has been changed to 7:15 p.m.
McCombs exits as Aubrey city administrator
Matt McCombs is no longer the city administrator in Aubrey, Mayor Janet Meyers confirmed Friday.
Aubrey council discussion on water rights runs late; proposal approved in 3-2 vote
AUBREY -- A meeting of the Aubrey City Council went late into the night Tuesday as representatives of the Centurion American Development Group attempted to persuade skeptical council members to approve selling the water and wastewater rights within the incoming Winn Ridge development to the Mustang Special Utility District.
Councils to vote on boundary accord
The towns of Providence Village and Little Elm and the city of Aubrey will vote today on a boundary agreement in an effort to avoid any expensive legal battles over territory in the future.