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Opioids in Denton County: Advocates seek to break stigma of addiction as national crisis hits close to home
Patty Milam wants people to know opioid addiction doesn't discriminate between racial groups or social classes. It affects people all over Denton County, where local police grapple with drug trafficking and 29 people died from an opioid overdose in 2017.
Retired professor to discuss Denton county wildfire threat
Argyle murder suspect indicted
Harvest community educates residents on food, quadruples produce donations to food bank
At Harvest, a master-planned community with a small farm at its heart, residents received freshly picked produce and insight into how to eat healthy on Saturday.
Share your holiday lights, decorations for our upcoming guide
We'll publish a guide to Denton's neighborhood Christmas lights and decorations on Thursday, Dec. 14. Want to be included? Here's how to send pictures of your yard - or your neighbor's yard.
Children's home gets big gift from service group
The Young Men's Service League of Argyle picked Cumberland Presbyterian Children's Home for its "Ultimate Gift" project.
Woman reportedly shoots BBs toward Brisket Burger; police find small amount of pot
A little rain falls on Denton's tree festival
Football: Argyle pulls away late, earns at least share of its ninth straight district title
Wichita Falls Hirschi gave the No. 3-ranked Argyle Eagles' high-octane offense all it could handle, but the Eagles' depth and opportunistic defense stood its ground.
Argyle boy suffers burns from accidental acid spill
A boy was airlifted to Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth on Monday after suffering a burn from muriatic acid at a home in Argyle, authorities said.
Argyle ISD board approves site for new elementary school
The Argyle ISD school board unanimously decided to build the district's second elementary school in the Harvest development, located at 1301 Homestead Way in Argyle.