Monday, October 21, 2013


 Byron Nelson Bobcat (Trophy Club, TX) fans left the game content Thursday as they saw their football team nip the host Wichita Falls Coyotes (Wichita Falls, TX), 17-14 in a league test.

With the triumph, Byron Nelson improves its record to 5-2 on the campaign. The Bobcat host Brewer (Fort Worth, TX) to confront the Bears in a 4A Region I District 5 test on Friday, October 25. The Bears come into the test with a record of 3-4. Brewer lost 51-16 in their recent league test against Denton (Denton, TX)
With the loss, Wichita Falls drops to 4-3 on the campaign. The Coyotes travel to Lake Dallas (Corinth, TX) to confront the Falcons in a 4A Region I District 5 test on Friday, October 25. The Falcons come into the test with a record of 4-3. Lake Dallas lost 66-3 in their recent league test against Guyer (Denton, TX)

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013


I've created a brief survey about the current town/MUD debate that I hope will bring some insight into the thoughts of residents. It is very brief so take a few minutes of your time and fill it out and have your opinions counted. Please read the top section and do not submit multiple entries. They won't be counted.
David A.

MUD Survey

The following survey is for informational purposes only and to gauge the pulse of residents on the current MUD consolidation debate. I will try and post the updated results daily on the TC Voice Facebook page. Please only submit one survey per household unless you have different answers. This is due to past surveys having multiple responses which included spouses, children and fictitious characters. Your personal information will only be used for verification purposes of this survey and not shared with anyone or used for any other purpose. Any responses with unverifiable names/addresses will be discarded.

    What is your view on the current Town/MUD situtation? *

    I live in: *

    PID residents only: Do you want the PID to be absorbed by the MUD?

    MUD residents only: Do you want the MUD to absorb the PID?


    Full Name *

    Street Address: *

Saturday, October 12, 2013


The Guyer Wildcats football squad scored 34 points and limited the host Byron Nelson Bobcat to 14 in the Wildcats league win on Friday.

The Wildcats now possess a 4-2 record. They play next when they travel to Lake Dallas for a 4A Region I District 5 battle on Friday, October 18. Guyer will play a Falcons squad coming off a 45-14 league loss to Rider (Wichita Falls, TX). The Falcons record now stands at 4-2.

Coming up next, the Bobcat play the Wichita Falls Coyotes (Wichita Falls, TX) in a 4A Region I District 5 battle, on Friday, October 18.Byron Nelson will attempt to advance on its 4-2 season record. The Coyotes go into the battle with a 4-2 record after their 41-21 league win over Denton (Denton, TX).

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Saturday, September 28, 2013



TROPHY CLUB, Texas - After taking the lead in the fourth quarter, Rider (Wichita Falls, Texas) held on for a 32-22 victory over Byron Nelson (Trophy Club, Texas) on Saturday. The difference for the Raiders was that they threw a touchdown.

The Raiders led 15-7 at halftime, but the Bobcat regained the lead on a two-point conversion with 8:00 left in the fourth. Rider grabbed hold of the lead when they threw a touchdown with 5:00 left in the fourth quarter, and never relinquished it.

Both teams scored seven points in the third quarter, so the margin remained at eight at the start of the fourth.

The defeat comes as a step back for Byron Nelson, which notched a 47-0 victory over Centennial in its previous outing. The loss snapped Byron Nelson's three-game winning streak.
Byron Nelson (3-1) goes up against Lake Dallas in a 4A Region I District 5 game matchup next week, while Rider (3-1) locks horns with Brewer also in a 4A Region I District 5 game.

Click HERE for the box score!

Monday, September 16, 2013


Submitted by Jared King
I had the opportunity to watch tonight's Blue Ribbon Panel Meeting as a spectator.  The experience was fantastic. I was completely blown away with all the talent and expertise on this twelve person panel. We really have some amazing people in this town.
No one knows exactly how long this process will take, but I have a feeling this group will complete their findings sooner rather than later. The discussion was handled professionally by this group and was very enlightening for those in attendance. Every member of the panel was well spoken and approached the topic rationally.
An interesting topic that came up related to Fire Chief, Danny Thomas.  It was brought to the panel's attention that he reports both to the Council and to the MUD Board. It was also pointed out that the Town splits 50% of the salaries for firefighters with the MUD. A couple of panelists related similar experiences while in the private sector.  One panelist, that served in the military,  spoke up against this type of organizational flow chart. He stated that when it comes to “Operational Services” the chain-of-command should go straight up versus branching out in different directions.
Another panelists, with private sector experience, made the observation that “for profits” might miss the opportunity to launch a product, but generally these decisions don’t involve life and death issues. Rather, in the public sector such as Fire and EMS services, decisions made by organizational flow charts can involve life and death issues and should be thought about differently.
Hopefully, the video of the meeting will be posted soon and everyone can get a taste of how great the panel really is.

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