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Vandals damage sculpture by UNT alumnus
Vandals damaged a sculpture by the late UNT alumnus Jesus Moroles in Ardmore, Oklahoma this week.
Thin Line Fest to host 'staffing day' mixer
DME linemen return from Florida
Local nonprofit participates in charity climb
A local nonprofit took part in 'Climb for a Calling.'
Bridging generations: Denton High principal unearths 1914 yearbook
A 1914 Denton High School yearbook was uncovered in a garage sale by Jan Jones, an alumna who gave it to her former classmate and current Principal Joel Hays.
One step back, another forward: Denton hobbled in exit from coal-fired power
Denton cannot walk away from coal-fired power anytime soon, likely leaving more work for the city and its energy consultants.
Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
Denton PUB agrees mining dump for recyclables too expensive, recommends ending program
DVD reviews: Fifth ‘Transformers’ entry avoids all sense
If you missed the latest 'Transformers' movie, you didn't miss anything. But 'The Last Knight' is on DVD, Blu-ray and streaming next week.
Cloud over Fantastic Fest finds new light
There might be a silver lining in the dark clouds over Fantastic Fest.
Fantastic films and where to find them
Fantastic fracas: For women in film, controversy can be tougher to navigate
DCT comedy explores love, loneliness
In 'Smart Pretty Funny,' a woman learns true love doesn't exist for her.