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  1. Longtime local business owner dies at 87

    Brian Briscoe recalled his father, Jack Edward Briscoe, as a devoted businessman who told masterful stories and volunteered in Denton schools long after his own children graduated. Jack Briscoe, the former owner of Briscoe Alignment & Tire, died Wednesday. He was 87.

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Fights, sex, drugs: Texas juvenile lockup on the verge of crisis, reports show

Fights, sex, drugs: Texas juvenile lockup on the verge of crisis, reports show

The Gainesville State School for delinquent juveniles has been on the verge of crisis for more than a year, according to interviews and hundreds of pages of documents obtained by The Dallas Morning News. The youths — and staff who are supposed to protect them — are often abused and victimized.

Volleyball: TWU oust Angelo State from LSC tournament

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STEPHENVILLE -- Miri Shade posted a career-high 24 kills to go with 13 digs for her 10th double-double of the season, Katy Ranes tossed out a career-best 60 assists and Briley Cole-Lewis tallied 20 kills in TWU's 25-22, 25-23, 24-26, 25-19 win against No. 25 Angelo State Thursday in the first round of the Lone Star Conference tournament.

Letters to the editor, November 17

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When the power of special interests manipulates us into impulsively believing that the value of cost/benefit allows for money to trump lives, that there are no social contracts, then we need loud voices to proclaim that sad reality.

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