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  1. Denton makes tough budget calls

    Council members pulled the plug on a management contract for Stoke, the city’s co-working space for technology startups. They also began uncoupling the city from a disastrous plan to convert its fleet of garbage trucks from diesel to CNG. And they stepped back from a wildly unpopular proposal to change how longtime city employees accrue paid time off.

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Charlottesville covers Confederate statue with black shroud

Charlottesville covers Confederate statue with black shroud

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Workers in Charlottesville shrouded a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in black on Wednesday, a move intended to symbolize the city's mourning for a woman killed while protesting a violent white nationalist rally earlier this month.

Denton ISD talks childhood literacy

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Denton ISD officials spent an hour and a half Tuesday night discussing childhood literacy within its schools. Mike Mattingly, assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction and staff development, and other staffers went over what resources and personnel the district commits to improving reading at elementary and middle schools.

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