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City has no recourse for late construction on wave pool addition
Although the city stands to lose thousands of dollars with a new wave pool opening a month late, the company building it will still get $2.6 million for the project.
Denton police search for hit-and-run suspect
Blotter: 19-year-old man shot multiple times in Little Elm
Fortune resigns as Denton assistant city manager; will take similar position in Dallas
Denton Assistant City Manager Jon Fortune has resigned to take a job as assistant city manager for the city of Dallas, according to a news release issued by the city of Denton.
Wave pool opening delayed at Denton's Water Works Park
Opening day for the new wave pool at Water Works Park is being pushed back to July 1. The city will likely hold off a planned increase in park admission fees, too.
Local artist to host summer art camp
Drawing. Painting. Sculpture. Ceramics. Ages 5 and up can learn art technique in a summer camp.
Blotter: Man points gun at neighbor, thinking he is a burglar
Briefly in Religion
USA Film Fest keeps the festival circuit hot
In the homestretch of film Festivals, USA keeps the circuit cooking.
Thin Line fest announces inclement weather plan for Friday night.
Thin Line X will move outdoor screenings slated for tonight into the arts center.
Briefly in the Arts
Baolong Zhang, Graduate Artist Certificate student in the UNT College of Music, earned first prize in the 2017 Virginia Waring International Piano Concerto Competition, held March 26-April 2.