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.
Krum firefighters rescued two people Sunday morning after their car hit a telephone pole and fence.
The Flower Mound Police Department recently put up two signs marking two adjacent spaces in its parking lot. Police hope the signs, which read “online exchange zone,” will encourage smarter shopping with online classified sites such as Craigslist.
A storm that produced tornadoes in both Mineral Wells and in western Wise County, threatened Denton County late Tuesday night.
With the latest round of elections behind him, outside of a few runoffs, Denton County Elections Administrator Lannie Noble has pondered a slight change to how county residents would vote in future elections.
Gov. Greg Abbott signed House Bill 40 into law Monday afternoon in Austin, putting unprecedented restrictions on the ability of cities and other local governments to regulate the oil and gas industry. Abbott said Texas could avoid a patchwork quilt of local regulations with the new law.
Residents ordinarily go to city officials to complain about problems, but different teams of residents went to Denton officials Monday to pitch solutions.
A crew with Denton’s solid waste department works Monday on Denton Street to pick up tree limbs left over after storms hit May 10. Monday could be the last dry day for a while as showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast for the rest of the week, beginning today.
Sara Neale McBee walks among her turtles gathered in her garden as if she understands their gestures.
Lloyd Webb and Alan Schiegg of the Denton County Historical Commission will present a lecture on the Chisholm Trail noon on Wednesday in the Commissioners Courtroom of Denton’s Courthouse on the Square.
A car struck a motorcycle early Saturday morning near Bernard and Collins streets, but instead of lending aid to the 23-year-old biker, the driver fled the scene, according to the police report.
The percentage of Denton ISD fifth- and eighth-grade students passing the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) reading exam on their first try has declined by 1 to 3 percentage points from last year, according to test results recently released by the district.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Ray Roberts Lake opened the flood gates at 100 percent Thursday evening, releasing 5,337.00 cubic feet per second of water down the Elm Fork of the Trinity River and ends up in Lewisville Lake.