Caroline Booth: State of the city event set for Feb. 15
The city of Denton is hosting its second annual State of the City event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thurtsday, Feb. 15. The event offers an excellent opportunity for the business community to learn about the city's current projects, new initiatives, and top priorities and to meet City elected officials and key staff.
R. Scott Alagood: The Texas Timeshare Act
As cryptocurrencies make headlines across the globe, locals offer perspectives on usage, history
Chuck Carpenter: Chamber's annual awards dinner set for March 22
There will be a new twist for this year's annual Denton Chamber of Commerce Membership Banquet. Recognition of major achievements the past 12 months and inauguration of new leadership and goals for the 2018-19 chamber year will be celebrated at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22 at the University of North Texas Gateway Center.
Summer youth jobs program seeks business partners
Business owners can learn more about employing local youth in the Mayor's Summer Youth Jobs Program on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
DATCU Credit Union announces bonus dividend to members
DATCU Credit Union announced that a bonus dividend of $1,875,000 was paid to its member owners on Jan. 1. The Board of Directors approved the one-time bonus dividend payout at the board meeting held on Dec. 19, according to a press release issued by the credit union.
Code name usage irks some Denton taxpayers
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Kim Phillips: 'Texas Highways' joins Thin Line Fest to bring travel to the big screen
That's because Texas Highways and Thin Line Fest have partnered up to create a new True Texas Travel Category in Thin Line's documentary lineup for 2018.
Kim Phillips: Here's to hoping that 2018 will bring new opportunities
My purpose is to remind us of hope. Many bad things happened in 2017, yes. The truth is that bad things happen every year. But so do many, many good things.
Independent Banks groundbreaking set in McKinney
Construction will start Jan. 17 on the $52 million headquarters campus for Independent Bank near State Highway 121 and Grand Ranch Parkway in McKinney.