Keeping faith

Office of History and Culture
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Religion has always been a cornerstone of African-American communities.When slaves arrived on American soil in the 1600s, white religious leaders began converting them to Christianity.

Woods House to be excavated, moved 11:46 PM

One of the last remaining original Quakertown homes, the Woods House, is set to be moved to a new location at the Denton County Historical Park on Mulberry Street.

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Center of Roe vs. Wade dead at 69

DALLAS — Norma McCorvey, whose legal challenge under the pseudonym “Jane Roe” led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision that legalized abortion but who later became an outspoken opponent of the procedure, died Saturday. She was 69.

Old farmstead’s history spans John to James Brown

Blind cleric jailed for ’90s terror plots dies in U.S. prison

NASA shifts plan for Jupiter probe

SpaceX delayed with 13 seconds before launch

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County leaders sworn to serve

Plenty of heartfelt applause and laughter showered over newly sworn county officials during a brief ceremony New Year’s Day attended by family and friends.

Briefly in the area

Dew year

Becoming Bengals

Christmas duty

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County leaders sworn to serve

Plenty of heartfelt applause and laughter showered over newly sworn county officials during a brief ceremony New Year’s Day attended by family and friends.

Grieving family sues Apple Inc.

The Latest: DCTA route changes

Nurses in right place at right time

Christmas duty

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County leaders sworn to serve

Plenty of heartfelt applause and laughter showered over newly sworn county officials during a brief ceremony New Year’s Day attended by family and friends.

Christmas duty

School bus in Ponder catches fire

One dead, another seriously hurt in separate accidents on U.S. 380

County floats penny cut in tax rate