Caitlin Clark |
March 1st, 2013 at 11:50 am
A bomb threat was reported on Friday, March 1, 2013 at 9:48 a.m. Classes have been canceled until 5 p.m. This is the second threat for the campus in the last ten days.
The threat was received via telephone but no further details have been released. Bomb-sniffing dogs and Police from Plano are currently investigating.
Responses via Twitter:
going to Collin College is the bomb
Reminder that this is the SECOND in the last ten days. Not the first, not the only — the second! #Collin #college #BombThreat #Plano
No class today because of another bomb threat at Collin College. This is the second one in one month.
Collin college bomb threat?… sounds like someone didn’t study for a test…
Another bomb threat at Collin College. Either somebody is a terrorist or they really don’t like all the renovations. #CommunityCollegeHero
Keep collin college (plano,tx) students in your prayers. This is bomb threat number two for them. It’s kinda scary.
Caitlin Clark |
December 12th, 2012 at 3:36 pm
Although there’s nothing better than running from zombies (DFW Zombie Run), a fleet of quick-moving Santas is a close second. It’s like Santa Con but faster and less alcoholic. Join the North Texas Santa Run on Saturday, December 15 at The Shops at Legacy in their world record attempt for the world’s largest Santa gathering.
Hosted by Carrie McClure from Good Morning Texas, the Santa Run is a 5K, 1 Mile Fun-Run and festival filled with music, entertainment and plenty of hot chocolate. You’ll get a five-piece Santa suit when you register—way cooler than a t-shirt—and compete to be the Fastest Santa or simply enjoy a day surrounded by men (and women) in red.
For more information and to register or donate, head to MyPossibilities.org.
David Cathey |
July 5th, 2012 at 9:48 am
Plano Fireworks Display 2012
Once again, Plano had it’s All American 4th Fireworks at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. Along with the great fireworks, you could listen in to a selection of patriotism inspiring music on KLAK 97.5 FM. Oak Point is the largest park in Plano, and it’s an ideal place to hold a fireworks display. If you can manage the crowds, there is lots of parking at Collin County College and the Plano Centre, as well as partake of the various vendors food and drink.
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