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Insight Denton: How can I become a deputy voter registrar?
You must first fill out an application form and then take a training class.
Ground spraying for mosquitoes in Krugerville, Paloma Creek
Blotter: Man accidentally drives vehicle into apartment
Denton County Sheriff's Office investigating misconduct allegations in county tax office
The Denton County Sheriff's Office is investigating allegations of misconduct against an employee in the county tax office, according to Sheriff Tracy Murphree. He said the allegations center around the "registration of motor vehicles" but would not elaborate, citing the active investigation.
More ozone expected this week
Ozone is expected reach unhealthy levels Wednesday and Thursday.
Lantana mosquito traps test positive for West Nile virus; crews to spray this weekend
Crews will ground spray for mosquitoes in Lantana overnight Saturday, Sunday and Monday after two traps in that area tested positive for West Nile virus.
Burgess stands his ground during town hall meeting
Heated topics of the night included the LGBT community, military service members and healthcare legislation. A local anti-Trump group, Indivisible Denton, handed out double-sided green and red signs reading “AGREE” and “DISAGREE” so that attendees could voice their opinions during discussion.
Class on how to make rain barrels set
Locals can learn how to harvest and utilize rainwater next week as part of a gardening secrets class called "Saving for a Rainy Day: DIY Making a Rain Barrel," hosted by Keep Lewisville Beautiful, the city of Lewisville and Texas A&M AgriLife's Water University.
U.S., Japan discuss North Korean threat
Indigenous groups get favor of Brazil’s top court in land dispute
Master gardeners group to meet Wednesday
The public is invited to hear Sher Harnish speak on "Adaptive Gardening" at Wednesday's meeting of the Denton County Master Gardener Association at the Joseph A. Carroll Building, 401 W. Hickory St. in Denton.