Flags flown for Frenchy

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More U.S. flags flew over Denton on Friday as some people showed solidarity with Andre “Frenchy” Rheault, who got a ticket from the city for flying too many flags at his storage yard.

Group: Make Halloween safe

While it’s time to get creepy and spooky, don’t let your celebrations be haunted by fire. The Denton Fire Fighters Association says it wants residents to have fun during the Halloween festivities but also to be mindful of potential fire hazards.

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Mothers love

The Mothers haven’t staged an official album release party for the local band’s self-titled debut album, which came out over the summer.

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Burning bright


Audacious brewing

Inside of a large, bright green warehouse, the first batches of commercially produced craft beer in Denton are nearing perfection inside of the new Audacity Brew House.

Kim Phillips: Denton does Day of the Dead

Scott Burns: Are we (still) quitting at the wrong time?

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Flu shots on the rise in Denton County

It’s time again for those familiar needle pricks that come from vaccinations to ward off any potential flu virus attack. As the flu season begins and clinics provide Denton County residents a chance to get themselves and their loved ones protection against this year’s viruses, health officials are hoping supply can keep up with what may be an increased demand.

Taking on Ebola fears with facts

Hospitals urged to ‘think Ebola’

Report: Sheriff's deputy tests negative for Ebola

First Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. dies