Rain tops off lakes

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After a week of downpours in North Texas, Army Corps of Engineers officials in Lewisville report lake levels across this part of the country are reaching capacity — and in some cases exceeding it.

Downtown complaints on agenda 11:50 AM

Virginia McNeill and her late husband, Charlie, first considered moving their appliance store from the Square to another part of town in 1985. Back then, parking was bad, key businesses were closing and proprietors wondered whether their business would be healthier in another location, she said. McNeill said her husband had a vision for the store’s growth and began acquiring land for the move. If the deal had not fallen through at the very end, they would have relocated, she said.

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Rain tops off lakes

After a week of downpours in North Texas, Army Corps of Engineers officials in Lewisville report lake levels across this part of the country are reaching capacity — and in some cases exceeding it.

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Les Cockrell: Benefit performance set for April 30

County clinic data left at shop

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Rain tops off lakes

After a week of downpours in North Texas, Army Corps of Engineers officials in Lewisville report lake levels across this part of the country are reaching capacity — and in some cases exceeding it.

Construction to resume at Argyle ISD

Les Cockrell: Benefit performance set for April 30

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As part of an ongoing series, the Denton Record-Chronicle sent questions to mayoral candidates across Denton County to shed light on some of the issues facing each city and how the candidates plan to respond if elected. This week, we turn our attention to Krum.

Rain tops off lakes

Les Cockrell: Benefit performance set for April 30

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County clinic data left at shop