Everyone has a story behind their numbers they pick for their particular sport. Some say that there isn’t a specific reason for their choice, while others are so superstitious that they must have a certain number or else they won't play correctly. It all began for me when I was 6 years old, I was... Read more »
In the great state of Texas, the weather tends to change quite suddenly. Although it may seem like our seasons can happen all at once, each of the four seasons have specific qualities that you probably didn’t know about. Fall The air starts to get frigid, the leaves fall and start... Read more »
Tucked amongst the colorful street art and historical buildings of downtown Mansfield lies its newest addition, Mellow Mushroom, a pizza bistro. Mellow Mushroom specializes in a variety of pizzas ranging from the “Gourmet White” to... Read more »
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Over the years, gas prices have dramatically increased in the United States. In Texas, the average price of gasoline for 2014 went up to $3.18 per gallon. Many people look for ways to save gas and cut down on how often they have to spend money to refill their gas tanks. Here are seven things you can... Read more »
Bronco football players earned their second win on Sept. 11.
Select members of Legacy’s band performed at AT&T corporate headquarters in Dallas September 11. The performance served as part of a kick off pep rally to AT&T’s 2014 Employee Giving Campaign. Senior Elizabeth Shaner, who plays trumpet, enjoyed the experience. “It was more fun than I... Read more »
With new restaurant additions in Mansfield, sneaking off campus for lunch will become much more tempting. Five new restaurants open soon near Legacy. Panera Bread A city permit has been granted for a Panera... Read more »
The Legacy High school football game versus the Waxahachie Indians could be aired on live TV if everyone votes. Visit the My Fox DFW site and click on the Legacy versus Waxahachie game. Voting ends Thursday Sept.... Read more »
Football coach Michael Keel sits at his desk during the school day, not dreaming about football but about the masterpiece he wants to cook that evening. From brisket to jambalaya, Coach Keel enjoys making all kinds of food. “I don’t like to bake because baking is very step by step. You can’t... Read more »