Beautifying the bridge

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Matt Black, in yellow, and Roy Warren Lunt finish painting the name on the Martin Luther King Jr. Pedestrian Bridge over Loop 288 on Tuesday in Denton. For a time, city leaders considered renaming Morse Street or Loop 288 for King before settling for the bridge due to roadblocks with the other options, former Denton City Council member Charlye Heggins told the Denton Record-Chronicle in 2012.

Denton paves way for sale of coal plant 06:54 AM

Mayor Chris Watts heads to a pivotal meeting in Garland today with a key playing card — the authority to sign the papers if Denton, Bryan, Garland and Greenville agree to sell their jointly owned, coal-fired power plant.

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