Continue reading Denton’s Water Works Park is open, but wait till July for the waves
Denton City Council candidates ditch soundbites for conversation
The two remaining Denton City Council candidates differentiated themselves to likely voters Saturday morning, thanks to a different kind of forum organized by local activists.
Texas’ $217B budget passes, ‘Bathroom bill’ still in limbo in Legislature
Texas will keep spending $800 million on border security while putting little new money into public schools, maintaining therapy cuts for disabled children and easing handgun license fees as the Republican-led Legislature approved a new state budget Saturday.
Several Denton businesses switch to gender-neutral restrooms
About a year ago, Kim McKibben, owner of Aura Coffee in Denton, had heard enough about bathroom bills. She printed out two “Gender Neutral Restroom” signs and taped them over the “Men” and “Women” signs in her coffee shop.
35Express sets meetings to update public on I-35E expansion
Blotter: Leg-pulling leads to window breaking
The Watchdog: Don't pay your property taxes without a protest
With only a few days to go before the May 31 property tax protest deadline, The Watchdog this week went to Wylie to hear pleas of help from homeowners to their elected officials.
Source: Kushner back channel involved Syria
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and now top White House adviser Jared Kushner proposed a secret back channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team during a December meeting with a leading Russian diplomat.
National park supporters seek to block refinery
In opioid crisis, a new risk for police: accidental overdose
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Softball: Krum to face Beeville Jones in Class 4A semifinals
The Krum Lady Bobcats will open Class 4A state tournament play on Thursday morning when they face Beeville Jones at 9 a.m. at McCombs Field at the University of Texas in Austin.
New take on snow cones in Argyle
Longtime best friends Alex Sparks and Bret Hawkins opened Gnome Cones, a snow cone stand off U.S. 377S and F.M. 407E in Argyle, on May 21.
Southern rock great Gregg Allman dies
Music legend Gregg Allman, whose bluesy vocals and soulful touch on the Hammond B-3 organ helped propel the Allman Brothers Band to superstardom and spawn Southern rock, died Saturday, his manager said. He was 69.
What can you do to help a veteran?
Plato's observation was true 2,500 years ago, and it will still be true 2,500 years from now, assuming human beings still roam the earth in the year 4517.
Briefly in business
Waffle Works, located in the basement of Andy’s Basement Bar & Grill on North Locust Street in Denton, opened the second week of May.