No regrets

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In the early 1950s, then 20-something John “Jack” Latta and his buddy Eugene Moseicki were in Seoul, South Korea, with a company of U.S. Marines. They were posted near an old schoolhouse.

Dam fine mess

The Dam Store is a hole-in-the-wall place. It was once called “Sharky’s” and offered fish and live bait. Today, it’s known for the “best Dam Burgers” on this side of the lake.

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Firefighter’s training kicked in for rescues

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Weather likely to dampen weekend

Appraisal appeals rolling in

An estimated 10,000 Denton County residents have filed appeals of their 2015 property tax appraisals, but officials said Monday they expect that group of unhappy taxpayers to be about the same size as last year.

On tornado’s trail

Rain puts lakes past threshold

Governor signs disaster declaration

Firefighter’s training kicked in for rescues