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Trotting for Turkey: Denton runners line up for 3rd annual Thanksgiving Day race
More than 1,500 of the latter lined up along McKinney Street on a brisk, 40-degree morning to run in the third annual Downtown Denton Turkey Trot. The 5K race, sponsored by Point Bank and put together by the Denton Area Running Club, raised $10,000 for the Denton Community Food Bank this year.
Monument committee chairman: Public may observe meetings in orderly manner
The chairman of Denton County's Confederate monument committee said all future meetings will be open to the public for observation, as long as attendees maintain order in the room.
Blotter: Denton residents claim mail was stolen
At least 16 people living on Broken Bow and Dunes streets told police their mail had been tampered with.
Fisher files as Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress
CarMax coming to Denton
Bahama Buck's closing Denton shop
Snow cone shop Bahama Buck's is closing at the end of the month.
The Thoughtful Pastor: Let's honor the two different Christmases — religious and economic
Personally, I think we need to honor the two different Christmases, both religious and economic. It's the church's job to encourage us to recognize that the world does indeed need a Savior and to use this time to prepare for it.
OfficeMax in Denton now closed
Congressional Russia probes may head into ’18
Other Stories in Sports
Smith ready to step into spotlight, show why he's known as 'Quick' at UNT
Late night hoops rewind: UNT 86, Rogers State 74
Rarefied air — UNT having arguably the best season for a Texas G5 program
Rivers, Chargers beat fading Cowboys 28-6 on Thanksgiving
UNT women hold Coastal Carolina to 30 points in win
Football: Ryan silences Birdville with defense, Sanders' five touchdowns
Ryan's offense hasn't exactly dazzled in the early stages of its first two playoff games. But it's hard to nitpick when the Raiders are finishing like they did Friday.
The Watchdog: Catch up with Snoop Dogg trooper, Pronto
Lawyer Ty Clevenger, whom I profiled last year as "the craziest but bravest Texas lawyer," says his client, Trooper Billy Spears, was put on modified duty in retaliation for his previous lawsuit against the agency.
The Watchdog: Activists' beef with conservative legislators may reshape Texas politics
The Watchdog: Caller ID spoofing too easy
Insight Denton: Do veterinarians make house calls for older people whose pets need shots, etc.?
Yes. Some veterinarians practice exclusively from a mobile clinic; other clinics offer house calls.
Chalk talk: UNT at Georgia Tech
North Texas will face a significant test today when the Mean Green take on Georgia Tech.
Prediction: UNT will hammer Rice, roll into C-USA title game
Basketball: UNT survives second-half scare, pulls away to beat Rogers State
The Watchdog: A favorite in-your-face moment and other sources of gratitude from 2017
Yes, The Watchdog is grateful for family and friends this Thanksgiving. But I'm also grateful for honest roofers, identity thieves who get captured and older adults who don't fall for stupid scams. All those make The Watchdog's day easier.