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Denton's former animal services director to decide on plea deal in felony theft case
Woodie Lee Wilson, Denton's former director of animal services, will officially decide whether to accept the terms of a plea offer in his felony theft case, according to district attorney officials.
NCTC set on leasing downtown space for new Denton Center
The community college's Board of Regents approved a move Monday night to post letters of intent to lease the old Denton Record-Chronicle building at 314 E. Hickory St., and a soon-to-be parking garage between East Mulberry and East Sycamore streets.
UNT announces it will receive largest bequest in school history from Voertman estate
UNT will receive the largest bequest in its history from the estate of Paul R. Voertman, the former owner of Voertman's Bookstore.
One hospitalized in crash involving Lake Dallas ISD bus
Me too: Denton shares stories of sexual assault and harassment
Blotter: Student caught in alleged scam on UNT campus
"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is": The UNT Police Department is warning students about potential scams on campus involving smartphones or payday loans.
UNT, Collin College trying design process to improve transfers
The University of North Texas and Collin College are partnering to re-think how students transfer from community colleges to universities as part of the Education Design Lab's Seamless Transfer Pathways Design Challenge.
NTSB: Balloon crash pilot impaired
Poker clubs gamble on laws
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Volleyball: Argyle fights back from 0-2 deficit to win in five sets against Krum
Volleyball: Ryan takes advantage of late run in sweep of rival Denton
Notebook: UNT try to keep even keel after big win over UTSA
Notebook: Pioneers look to bounce back after having five-game win streak snapped
Volleyball roundup: Guyer drops second straight match
Cowboys’ Elliott gets another reprieve, will play vs 49ers
NEW YORK (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott was granted another legal reprieve Tuesday night in the running back's fight to avoid a six-game suspension over domestic violence allegations.
Doyle McManus: Our 25th Amendment will not take care of Trump
Just as his critics warned, President Trump is turning out to be unfit for his job, perhaps dangerously so. That's a harsh judgment, but it's no longer coming from the president's opponents. It's coming from leading members of his own party.
Mary Sanchez: Thanks, Boy Scouts, but girls have own thing
Kathleen Parker: With skunks all around, nobody smells the stench
Letters to the editor, October 18
All parties should agree on two things before an election: Voters must be Denton County residents and, if the election calls for statue removal or school name change, let private parties pay for the changes.
DBC: New hotel and convention center already exceeding expectations
Denton's first hotel and convention center will host its first event the first week of December, said Todd Muilenburg, director of sales for the hotel. To date, they've booked roughly $2.7 million worth of business, as far out as 2024. The goal is to have $4 million in conventions annually, said Jeff Pritts, the hotel's general manager.
DBC: Calendar of Events
Caroline Booth: To get Amazon, Denton just has to be itself
Chuck Carpenter: New Denton chamber business summit set for November
Jeff Moseley, former Denton County judge and head of the Governor's Office of Economic Development & Tourism, will be the featured speaker during the Denton Chamber of Commerce's membership luncheon Friday, Dec. 8 at the University of North Texas' Gateway Center.