Feral cats get some hope

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He looked cute, all furry and cuddly. His narrowed eyes, pupils slit like a serpent’s, were inviting. But his cuteness was his defense, hiding an inner tiger like a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

West Nile virus found in Denton

A mosquito trap came back positive for West Nile virus for the first time in Denton this year, officials said Friday. The positive trap was located in far southeastern Denton near Unicorn Lake. It was among those traps collected Aug. 18 and tested by state labs and not the more rapid analysis conducted in University of North Texas labs, according to Ken Banks, the city’s director of environmental services.

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James D. Laney said he was ready for a big turnout. The director of Music Theatre of Denton’s fall show, "Les Miserables," said the musical has a special place in the hearts of musical theater performers.

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Health Services of North Texas officials have completed the acquisition of Family Health Care Inc., whose staff, services and patients will now be a part of the nonprofit.

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