380 delays are order of the day

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Denton motorists have been experiencing traffic congestion along University Drive recently after a lane switch reduced the roadway to one lane in each direction between Bonnie Brae Street and Fulton Street.

Proposed bill would curb oil, gas rules

AUSTIN — A Republican in the Texas House proposed a bill Wednesday that would require cities to make up for any revenue lost as a result of passing a municipal oil and gas ordinance — a requirement that could dissuade cash-strapped cities from considering or approving some local regulations.

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Opening a tuba tradition

It took a handful of decades and the suggestion of a middle school tuba student to create Denton’s Tuba Christmas.

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Kim Phillips: Jostling can help improve scenery

Now that we have decked the halls of our home for the holidays, I enjoy looking at the decorations, especially the snow globes. Our daughter collected them for many years, so we have quite a few. Each globe holds a peaceful scene.

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Peterbilt plans expansion

Eatery and pub set for Square

New bar and venue coming to downtown

State gets bump in health rankings

Texans are improving their health. The state has seen major improvements this year in smoking, child immunizations and mental health, according to data gathered by United Health Foundation.

Health care foundation gives $224,000 in grants

There’s still time for flu vaccines

Presbyterian hospital slates free flu shots

Calorie count to appear with many foods