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Ponder High booster club theft suspect gets probation, ordered to pay back funds after pleading guilty
The woman accused of stealing about $21,000 from the Ponder Fine Arts Booster Club has been ordered to pay back $18,921 to the group during her five-year probation sentence, according to prosecutors with the Denton County District Attorney's Office.
Krum ISD mulls issue of student-led prayers at board meetings
Krum ISD school board meetings could kick off with student-led prayers soon, if the board discussion during Wednesday night’s meeting was any indication.
Parts of Denton, Lewisville nominated for federal investment tax credits
Denton's east side neighborhoods and two neighborhoods in Lewisville were among 628 census tracts in 145 counties that Texas Governor Greg Abbott submitted to the U.S. Treasury Department for a new Opportunity Zone designations.
Police: Bomber’s video amounts to confession, but no motive
Blotter: Two men arrested in southwest Denton County after police say 85 pounds of pot found in vehicle
First Christian Church to celebrate Holy Week through music
Denton's Disciples of Christ congregation will observe Holy Week with three musical services from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday.
Other Stories in Sports
Men's basketball: UNT rides hot shooting early to earn win over Jacksonville State, berth in CBI finals
Tech's Evans trusts Beard into Sweet 16
Softball: Pioneers take pair from St. Edward's
National Football League
McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Lefty lose early in Austin
Notebook: TWU gymnastics opens postseason at MIC meet
After closing out the regular season with a meet against No. 1 Oklahoma last weekend, the TWU gymnastics team will begin its postseason run with the Midwest Independent Conference championship meet at 6 p.m. Friday in St. Charles, Missouri.
Philippe Reines: Here's how to beat the president
Campaigned in the wrong states. Ineffective message. Uninspiring orator. Represented all that is wrong with Washington. Strengths turned into fatal liabilities. Anti-gun. Made rhetorical gaffes. Investigated. Unique baggage and vulnerabilities. Never ran a business or created a single job. Liar. Lost to an eminently beatable opponent.
Letters to the editor, March 22
The kids marching to protest gun violence know their names have been entered into the school shooting lottery to be drawn, at random, and selected to die -- selected by the bullets from an AR-15 that the NRA and GOP congressmen believe is the God-given right (of the living) to own.
Thursday, March 22 Calendar
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Do background work before donating
If you are inclined to make charitable contributions or donate to a politician's campaign, we urge you to study the federal fraud case against Steve Stockman, a former Republican congressman from Houston.