Kim Phillips: Texas Treasures award well-deserved honor for Denton
In his remarks, Wolfe cited accolade after accolade for which Denton has been recognized over the years, including our leadership in the Texas Main Street and Historic Courthouse Preservation initiatives.
DME worker airlifted to Dallas hospital following accident at Denton substation
35 Denton music fest canceled for this year
Woman dead as result of domestic disturbance in Pilot Point
According to a Pilot Point Police Department news release, officers were dispatched at a little after 8 p. m. to the 300 block of South Church Street regarding the disturbance.
Officials: Suspect in shooting death of Little Elm detective died during gunfire exchange
A Little Elm officer shot Rudy Garcia during a brief exchange of gunfire with responding officers on Jan. 17, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office and Denton County Sheriff's Office spokesman Orlando Hinojosa.
Scott Burns: You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to invest
Free your money of complicated investment “treatments” — such as tax shelters, tactical trading, momentum investing, hedge funds, concentrated portfolios, complicated insurance contracts with tax benefits, etc. — and it will grow and provide you with a healthy retirement.
Blotter: Man arrested for drug possession
Pilot Point police assisted three agencies and responded to a burglary, a burglary report, a solicitor complaint, a report of suspicious activity, a suspicious person, an alarm and four traffic calls.
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.
Yesteryear: November 2017
Yesteryear: October 2017
Personal profile: William “Bill” Marc Katz
The four guests at my fantasy dinner party would be: Chuck Yeager, Carroll Shelby, Andrew Wilkow and Jon Taffer.