Ben Ewald, who teaches mock trial at the Frisco Career and Technical Education Center, is April’s FC Dallas Teacher of the Month as presented by CoServ.
Also: South Plains Electric Co-op works hard to keep kids safe. Denton County adds 21 voter precincts, modifies commissioner precinct boundary. And, Southern Cross to carry Texas wind power through Mississippi.
CoServ visited Lantana Saturday to talk about available energy savings options and how to save energy through the Rush Hour Rewards program.
Also: Uber is really serious about flying cars, and Dallas could be first city to test them. Dallas home prices up almost 9 percent. And, McKinney selects Denton County Transportation Authority for public transit provider.
Also: #CoServCommunity: Visiting Denton, Era, Krum, McKinney, Oak Point and Prosper this week. Oncor proposes rate increase for solar, wind customers. And, Regulatory overreach undermines the Lone Star State's free market.
It’s all about education this week for CoServ.
Also, CoServ recognized by Serve Denton. McKinney signs off on KDC-led development team for corporate magnet. And, after Plano and Frisco, Allen gets to show off its development projects.
Property owners within 300 feet of proposed routes/sites received a notification of the meeting at Argyle High School, and about 100 people attended.
In the 80 years since CoServ began, many have worked together to bring service to a growing North Texas.
Also: Why Americans are using less electricity. And, What's next for Oncor, Texas' largest power utility, after failed $18 billion bid?