Faces & Places: Go Red for Women Luncheon and Fashion Show
The event, held at the University of North Texas Gateway Center, is a fundraiser for the American Heart Association and aims to raise awareness about heart disease, the No. 1 killer of women in the United States.
Driver of 18-wheeler that collided with train dies
Musical history was made for Denton Thursday night at the North Texas State Teachers College as Julia Smith’s colorful folk opera “Cynthia Parker” played to a capacity house that included one of the most distinguished audiences of musicians and musical critics ever brought to the city.
Ford II, Leslie Ann Fowler, Phil Francis, Martha Frank, Nancy Gaillard, Earl R. Garden Jr. , Heidi Gill, Kyle Gillian, Tori Glazner, Darius Goad, Pattie Jo Goff, Rebecca Gomez, Karolyn Gorham, Broderick Gough, Mark Gray, Elaine Gregory, John Gromadzki, Theresa Gromadzki, Sarah Guevremont, Betty Haley, Robert Hamner, John Harrington, Pauline Harris, Carolyn and Carman Hawkins, Gary Hayden, Gail Hayslip, Ron and Wanda Hetzler, John High, Judy Hilderbrand, Patricia Hilliard, Gayle W.
Denton's city attorney Anita Burgess to retire next month
In an email to the City Council late Friday, she thanked members for the opportunity to serve and for the confidence they placed in her.
Denton has 4 finalists for auditor
The Denton City Council began its search for a new internal auditor in October after the position had been vacant for more than five years.
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle PTSA taking applications for scholarships
When the selection of five essay winners is made, the Argyle PTSA scholarships will be awarded during graduation ceremonies June 4. “We are hoping to encourage more parents to get involved in the Argyle PTSA,” said Karol House, chairwoman of the Argyle High School PTSA Scholarship Awards Committee. “A good book can give you just as much pleasure as a chocolate egg and has absolutely no calories,” says Patti Smith, Argyle Little Free Libraries coordinator. “As a special treat, one of...
Blotter: Denton police search for suspect in bank robbery
If anyone has information regarding the robbery, contact Investigator Keith Smith by e-mail at keith. smith@cityofdenton. com or by phone at 940-349-7912. 1600 block of East McKinney Street — Police officers responded to a call about gunfire this week after two women and a man were reported arguing outside an apartment complex. *Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 797 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, and 46 people were booked into Denton County Jail....