Ray Moseley, 83, spent his time in college working at The Chat, the student paper of North Texas State College, now the University of North Texas. The work prepared him for life as a foreign correspondent for United Press International and the Chicago Tribune. In 1982 while working for the Tribune, he was named a finalist for the international reporting Pulitzer Prize, for a series he wrote about Africa.
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Surrounded by loved ones, admirers, friends and likely several fans, Dorothy Bertine blows out her three birthday candles, taking her time to extinguish each individually with a gentle kiss of air: On Wednesday, she will be 100 years old.
Old-fashioned signs, refurbished furniture and the scent of kettle corn popping will mark Denton’s first Vintage Market Days, a three-day vendor showcase this coming weekend.
Hallie’s Heroes, the Denton-based charity leading a charge against the bone marrow disorder Diamond Blackfan anemia, has been steadfast in the fight since its inception in July 2015.