Continue reading Cropped Out: Denton County Cowboy Church survives fire, court to thrive in growing town
A grad party for mom and dad
Rishun Beasley’s children aren’t the only ones grabbing their backpacks each weekday morning. After prepping her kids for the school day ahead before leaving her home in Dallas, Beasley grabs her own backpack.
Pair killed in head-on crash on East University Drive
Two people were killed after a driver collided with their vehicle head-on at about 8:25 p.m. Saturday in the 3100 block of East University Drive.
UNT gets rid of mass commencement ceremony
Instead of sitting in Apogee this May for a university-wide commencement, University of North Texas graduates can attend a block party in addition to their individual graduation ceremonies.
Mother Nature obliges
Blotter: 20-year-old with four outstanding warrants admits to theft
Denton to participate in National Small Business Week
The city of Denton has planned a series of events throughout the coming week in celebration of small businesses. And seven of Denton’s small businesses will be presented with a certificate of appreciation from Mayor Chris Watts Tuesday during the City Council meeting.
Best of Denton 2017
The ballots are in and counted and we announce the winners, runners-up and honorable mention for Best of Denton 2017.
Kim Phillips: The search for the purple door in Denton is part of the fun
Residents expected to 'rush' polls in final days of early voting
Other Stories in Sports
Men's basketball: McCasland likes what he sees early in rebuilding project at UNT
Softball: Big sixth inning lifts Ryan to series-clinching win over Boswell
Baseball: Bengals fight till end, fall short of playoffs in inaugural season
Track and field: Ryan boys lead DISD qualifiers for state meet
Football: Former Sanger quarterback Evans signs deal with Jets
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe: Just pick it up
I was willing to walk by trash on the sidewalk and the street, but I wasn’t willing to ignore it when my dog moved it around.
Mary Sanchez: Policemen as immigration agents a bad, expensive idea
There's a bad idea afoot on the political right that may soon be translated into a bad law. The idea is that law enforcement officers -- everyone from beat cops to sheriff's deputies to highway patrol officers -- must be enlisted in immigration enforcement.
Danielle Allen: Trump teaching elites a lesson
Clarence Page: Trump facing legal wall on his ‘sanctuary city’ crusade
Letters to the editor, April 30
A recent Facebook video by Denton's GOP Chair Lisa Hendrickson has joined some in the Democratic Party in calling out the ideological leanings of City Council candidates.
Briefly in business
Effective Monday, May 1 Dix Coney Island will only be catering to the the night crowd during the week.
Denton County Brewing Company opens Friday
Wells Fargo faces shareholders, protesters at annual meeting
Honoring Texas entrepreneurs during National Small Business Week
As head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, I'm honored to advocate for QMF Steel and the other 28 million small businesses that employ half our nation's workers and create two out of every three net new jobs in the U.S.