Slick’s salute

Slick “The Flag Man” Smith loved selling flags. He’s sold big ones, small ones, some even mounted on poles.

District completes bond refund program

The Denton school district’s ability to finance its bonds at a lower interest rate over the last 10 years has generated savings totaling more than $60 million.

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Americans who fled Cuba cling to claims for seized property

OMAHA, Neb. — The smell of Cuban coffee drifts from the kitchen as Carolyn Chester digs through faded photos that fill boxes spread across the dining table.

Hundreds rally against Indiana law

Colleges leaving health insurance business

7 shot and injured at Fla. party

Federal record-keeping proving to be tough task

Two vie in area mayor’s race

Campaigning once again for mayor of Oak Point is the last thing that Duane Olson wanted to do. He’d already served as mayor from 2003 to 2007 and 2009 to 2011, and running against the current mayor, Jim Wohletz, wasn’t his intention when he passed the mayoral duties on to him.

Affidavit alleges sexual contact

Girl collects toys for kids experiencing stress

Grand jury indicts local nurse on drug charges

Wildfires erupt in county

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Sandy Lake Park blends history, fun

CARROLLTON — It’s an overcast Saturday in March. Trees still miss their leaves even though it’s been warm for a week. Many cars stuck in traffic on Interstate 35E are filled with thrill-seekers headed to opening day at Sandy Lake Amusement Park.

Lewisville Lake fisherman surprised by feral hogs

Judge lowers Lumsden’s bail after hearing

Abuse case details sketchy

Flower Mound soccer player getting back in the game

Krum issues boil water notice for some residents

The city of Krum has issued a boil water notice to all residents living on FM2450, Finley Circle, Cole Circle, High Ridge, Rogers Circle and Gregg Road due to a water main break on FM 2450. 

Wildfires erupt in county

Frosty temperatures to stick around

Krum public hearing today on zoning request

Year in Review: Local projects fill area