Genetic link

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Nine-year-old Chrissy loves her little sister, Amanda. They used to play with building blocks in their grandparents’ living room in Justin before disease took away Chrissy’s use of her legs.

Dispute draws to close

A dispute between the Denton Fire Fighters Association and the city has come to an end after more than a year. Arbitrator John Barnard ruled this month that then-Fire Chief Ross Chadwick’s appointment of Fire Marshal Laura Behrens last year did properly fall in the guidelines of the association’s meet-and-confer agreement.

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Gainesville to honor hanging victims

In October 1862, a local militia in Cooke County hunted down and arrested 150 farmers suspected of being Unionists, Indian sympathizers or abolitionists living among residents of a Confederate North Texas.

Hope for restoration: Sanger group raises money to refurbish 112-year-old church

Two-tire attack

Les Cockrell: Patch Adams prescribes joy for events in Denton

Civic leader Buddy Cole dies

Police seek suspect in assaults

The Lewisville Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man officers say could be linked to at least three assaults on women in the past two months.

Corinth launches new notification system

County to expand area government center

Les Cockrell: Patch Adams prescribes joy for events in Denton

Argyle manager resigns

Developers seek several zoning changes

The Justin Planning and Zoning Commission will be holding three public hearings on zoning changes Tuesday at City Hall. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

Burgess to speak at Precinct 4 meeting

Authorities ID woman in fatal accident

Krum woman killed  in traffic accident

Explosions in fire ignite home