Jessica Kimbro: Students can gain experience by joining Denton County 4-H's North Texas Vet Science Club
It's a little known secret that Denton County has one of the fastest growing organizations to offer youth. We are speaking about Denton County 4-H's North Texas Vet Science Club. The club has been in existence for seven years and continues to blossom and grow.
Jessica Kimbro: Denton County Youth Fair & Rodeo coming in March
Courtney Davis: Women need to take steps to not overlook their health
James A. Mann: By some degree, we all make the hypocrite list
Scratch below the surface on our Facebook pages and you'll quickly discover we are all, at some level, inauthentic and fake. We call it hypocrisy. In fact, the Greek word hypokrites means stage actor; pretender; one who wears a mask.
Three Denton churches to host popular personal finance course
Want to get your finances under control in 2018? Three local churches will offer Dave Ramsey's popular 'Financial Peace University.'
Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home names interim president
The Board of Trustees of Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home in Denton has named Jennifer Livings as interim president starting Feb. 1.
Denton NAACP banquet to feature Theresa Braddy
Denton County Friends of the Family holds social in Argyle
Other Stories in Health
Bob Moos: Don't fall victim to the myths about Medicare
Denton County reports eighth flu-related death
U.S. flu season still worsening; now as bad as 2009 swine flu
Flu claims two more lives in Denton County
Stephens Elementary fifth-grader petitions for student lunch advisory group
The Place is Argyle: The good old days not so good
Our Christmas season is plagued with issues ranging from the tax reform, to Russia playing around with votes, women suing men, drugs at an all-time high, North Korea shooting off missiles and people asking what happened to "the good ol' days." According to H.L. Harrell, the good old days weren't so good.
AgriLife Extension Office shows appreciation to Denton County and its volunteers
And we end the event with the president of our Leadership Advisory Board, Tommy Calvert, announcing the number of volunteer service hours that were contributed to Denton County in 2017, which came to 32,601.
New urgent care center in Denton to host Santa at community event
As it continues to celebrate its recent opening, Code 3 Emergency Room & Urgent Care has invited Santa Claus to its location at 3111 Teasley Lane in Denton for a community event from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.