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Florists in Colleyville, TX

Find local Colleyville, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Colleyville and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Colleyville Flower Shops

Bice's Florist

3811 Colleyville Blvd Ste B
Colleyville, TX 76034
(817) 299-3303

Colleyville TX News

Feb 27, 2020

North Texas Florists Busy on Valentine’s Day - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The B. Marie’s Flowers team will be busy crisscrossing parts of Tarrant County for deliveries in Hurst, Bedford, Euless, Colleyville and Grapevine. Flower delivery juggernauts 1-800-FLOWERS say they will sell more than 7 million roses on Valentine’s Day and nearly 1 million Americans will get one of their deliveries at their front door. Roses are predictably the most popular flowers, followed by lilies, gerbera, tulips, alstro, daisies, calla lilies and orchids. ...

Apr 22, 2016

Cheers and Jeers

To Linda, Gerald and Bill, AARP Tax-Aide preparers, for their time, dedication, knowledge and patience. We are blessed. Ann and Roland Kelley, Colleyville   Cheers: To the person who paid for my dinner at Catfish & Company in Hurst on April 12. Bettye Ratliff, Hurst   Cheers: To the Arlington police officer who took a fake gun away from a kid, instead of the alternative. Really quick thinking. Brooks Todd, Arlington   Cheers: To the wonderful vets and staff at The Cat’s Meow Veterinary Hospital. I took my beloved 15-year-old cat, Katie, to them. She was so sick but she still started purring. She had to be euthanized but they were so kind! It eased her passing. Sue Davis, Fort Worth   Cheers: To Kimberly Johnson and the workers from Corelogic who saved a baby duck from death in a drain. The duck was saved and money raised to send it to a wildlife center. These wonderful people made up for uncaring security and maintenance staff. Robert Parker, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the recent inductees to the National Junior Honor Society at Cross Timbers Middle School. Jeers to the two fathers in the front row who found their iPhones more important than the ceremony. Great example to set. William Taylor, Colleyville   Cheers: To Tarrant Roofing, especially Roger Walden and his crew. Roger took care of everything. In by 6 a.m. and gone before 3 p.m. Excellent. Phyllis Roberts, Kennedale   Jeers: To the irresponsible person in a white pickup who backed into my parked car, doing significant damage, on March 31 and then drove off. Cheers to the Fed Ex driver who witnessed this and found me in my doctor’s north Arlington office to tell me about it. Patty Baker, Mansfield   Cheers: To Dr. Michael Morris and staff at Animal Hospital Southwest. Dr Morris has provided care for our loved ones for more than 30 years, always with exceptional knowledge, kindness and compassion. Recently he was there for us with our loss and we are forever grateful. Ellen and Emily O’Neal, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the Burleson High School Prom After Dark committee for putting together a safe and fun party for students after the prom. Thanks to Sheila Borowski, Coralee Flug, Lorrie Ward, Susan Beaman, Susanne Pitman, Angel Brown, Jennifer Tatum and all the parent volunteers. Danielle Helfrich, Burleson   Cheers: To Clint Calhoun and his crew at Roadmaster Industries Inc. They have worked on our boat trailer for many years. Thanks especially to Clint for the amazing deal he gave to my husband, Eddie. Elaine Revell, Hurst   Cheers: To whoever is leaving flowers on my front porch anonymously for my wife, who is fighting pancreatic cancer. Donald Clark, Benbrook   Cheers: To Stephanie Lozano, who went far out of her way to help me after a truck hit my car on Interstate 20 on April 13. Charlotte Mashaw, Willow Park   Cheers: To the very honest person who turned in my wallet at the Burleson Lowe’s Home Improvement on April 16. My husband picked up our shopping bag and I failed to see the wallet under it in the basket seat. Joan Lee, Burleson/... (Fort Worth Star Telegram)

Feb 2, 2016

From Colleyville PD..Crime Reported in the City

Floval Flyer SE Racing bicycle ($650) had been stolen.  Detective Sgt. Gregory Prewitt is following up the theft. 12/22/15  Theft Under $200 at 4801 Colleyville Boulevard at Whole Foods Grocery.  Officer Andrew Bray was advised at 7:30 PM by the victim, Tammy Sue Musack of Grapevine that her black Thirty One wallet ($30) containing her Drivers License and eight credit/debit cards had been stolen.  Detective Kevin Maddux is following up. 10/01/15 – 12/21/15  Theft of Metal at 4812 Mouton Avenue at a home under construction in Creekside.  Officer Micah Hayman was advised by a representative of Standard Pacific Homes that copper tubing ($500) had been stolen from the site.  Detective Kevin Maddux is following up the theft. 12/21/15  Hit & Run at 4200 Glade Road at Hall’s Fine Wines  and Spirits.  Officer Craig Terrell was advised at 9:22 AM by a store representative that the front chrome bumper on a 2011 Chevrolet 3500 HD truck had been damaged ($500)  The truck is owned by Hall’s.  Detective Wesley Shipman is following up the incident. 12/21/15  Hit & Run at 2700 Cheek Sparger Road.  Officer Craig Terrell’s report at 7:44 AM stated a STOP sign owned by the City of Colleyville had been damaged ($300). 12/18/15  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 5150 State Highway 121 South at the Rio Mambo restaurant.  Officer Elias Olivarez was advised at 9:00 PM by the victims, Matthew and Lisa Thompson of Arlington that the right rear passenger window had been broken out ($250) and a brown leather Kenneth Cole work bag ($200) had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up the BMV. 12/18/15  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 5150 State Highway 121 South at the Rio Mambo restaurant.  Officer Elias Olivarez was advised at 8:43 PM by the victim, Neanene Ruth Craig of North Richland Hills that the right front passenger window ($250) had been broken out.  Once entry had been gained, the unknown suspect(s) stole a bronze colored purse ($50) containing a Drivers License, Social Security card, checkbook, two credit cards and one debit card.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up the BMV. 12/18/15  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 5400 State Highway 121 South at JR’s Steak and Grill.  Officer Clay Williams was advised at 7:00 PM by the victim, Gary Don Roden of Colleyville that the rear passenger window had been broken out ($100) and a tan Timberland backpack ($700) and Apple Macbook Air ($1,700) had been stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up the BMV. 12/18/15  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 5400 State Highway 121 South at JR’s Steak and Grill.  Officer Nicolas Garcia was advised at 8:14 PM by the victims, John Andrew and Cecillia Marie Lopez of Watauga that the right rear passenger window on their black 2015 Honda CRV had been broken out (n/a).  Once entry had been made, a beige and brown Michael Kors purse ($300) was stolen.  Detective Chad Bonham is following up the BMV. 12/18/15  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle at 6308 Regiment Place in the Heritage Colony.  Officer Nicolas Garcia was advised by the victim, David Benjamin Ash, that sometime between 12:30 AM and 11:00 AM, unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and s... (Local News Only)

Feb 2, 2016

Remembering the Challenger Crew 30 Years Later

Remembering the Challenger Crew 30 Years LaterWBAP News/TalkMark Shelton, an educator at Waypoint Montessori in Colleyville, used to send roses to NASA's Mission Control in Houston during every space shuttle flight following the Challenger accident. Now, with the shuttle retired, Shelton sends the flowers for ... (WBAP News/Talk)

Jan 8, 2016

Janet Anne Shelton Luke

We take abundant comfort in knowing there is one more angel above us. Janet leaves to cherish the memory of her sons Ted (Patti Jo) of Colleyville, TX, David (Lee-Ann) of Herriman, UT, John (Jennifer) of Colorado Springs, CO, Steven (Amy) of Stafford, VA, her brother Andrew Shelton of American Fork, UT, and her 22 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Andrew and Esther Pulley Shelton, sisters Norma Jean Shelton Kaylor, great-granddaughter Cordelia Casper, and sister Joyce Shelton Taylor. Funeral services will be held Monday, January 4, 2016 at 11:00 am at the American Fork 30th LDS Ward Chapel, 261 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah. Family and friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 am Monday, prior to services at the church. Interment will be at the American Fork City Cemetery. Janet’s family would like to thank her caregivers for their love, friendship and professional care they provided for Janet. They would also like to thank the many members of the Brooks Farm Ward in Gilbert, Arizona, who became part of her family. In lieu of flowers, please send memorials in Janet’s name to Warenski Funeral Home which will be donated to a favorite children’s charity. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.warenski.com. (Daily Herald)

Dec 30, 2015

Aztecs hoops secret: Avoid 'bad' losses

Division II Angelo State, are picked to finish fifth in the Sun Belt Conference and have a roster filled with guys from Colleyville, Texas; Radcliff, Ky.; Pine Bluff, Ark.; Bossier City, La.; and Yazoo City, Miss. The Aztecs will be favored to win. But here’s their secret about these games: They always do. To reach the NCAA Tournament six straight seasons, something only seven other Div. I programs can say, you have to do many things right. Two of the most important, at least in the eyes of the omnipotent selection committee, are amassing “quality” wins and avoiding “bad” losses. You want wins highlighted in green when they project your “body of work” on the screen in the conference room of the Indianapolis hotel in March; you don’t want losses illuminated in red. And few teams are better at the latter, unglamorous component of building an NCAA Tournament resume than Steve Fisher’s Aztecs. It has become a quiet, overlooked hallmark of the program. They rarely lose games they shouldn’t, and never do at home. “We’ve taken pride in it,” Fisher said. “We’ve talked to our players about it: We don’t lose these games. We put some ownership on them to maintain what we’ve been able to do. But it's not easy to do.” (Ask UCLA, Wisconsin or North Carolina State, which have lost at home this season to Monmouth, Western Illinois and W... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)