North Texas Methodists set missionary eyes on storm-battered brethren
North Texas United Methodists will begin helping their peers in the Rio Texas Conference of the church in hurricane recovery in 2018.
Thanksgiving holiday closures
Cool Schmool feminist art show puts marginalized empowerment, equality on display
Food bank mobile pantry to be in Denton once a month this winter
The North Texas Food Bank's mobile pantry will be in Denton during the fall and winter months
Courtney Davis: Alternatives offered as 'sugar season' begins
Fall in North Texas offers a break from the humid summer heat, shows us changing colors of leaves, and it is also the unofficial beginning of the "sugar season." The three and a half months of celebrations and parties where it is more socially and personally acceptable to enjoy candy, pie, cookies and candy again (don't forget Valentine's Day).
Cold front to bring near-freezing temperatures to Denton
The Denton area could get its first frost early this year.
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OWL program gives parents another option for sex education
Sex education in schools has been the subject of debate for quite some time, but there may be an alternative for parents who don't think their kids get all the information they need when girls and boys split up for those middle school puberty talks.
The Place is Argyle: Town Council forum with internet streaming deemed big success
Argyle Town Council member Todd Mankin reports last Saturday's council forum was a big success.
Land Stewardship Workshop set for Oct. 27
The Upper Trinity Conservation Trust is partnering with the Cooke County and Denton County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension offices and the Dixon Water Foundation to host the North Texas Land Stewardship Workshop from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27.