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Denton County Office of History and Culture taking the reins on Confederate monument changes
Three weeks after Denton County commissioners accepted changes to the Confederate monument, doubts about the feasibility of the project persist.
Democratic candidates work to nab county judge seat
Denton County commissioners accept recommendation to keep Confederate monument
Five running for Denton County Commissioner Precinct 4
Republicans Jim Carter, 86, Dianne Edmondson, 76, Itamar Gelbman, 35, and Brenda Latham, 48, are running for the GOP nomination in the March primary. Democrat Bryan Webb, 60, will be running unopposed in the Democratic primary and will face the GOP winner in the Noveember election.
Protesters discuss what's next for Confederate monument
Sunday's protest at the Confederate monument on the south side of the Square was different this week. An advisory committee voted 12-3 to recommend keeping the much-debated monument in place.
Confederate monument committee meeting moved to commissioners courtroom
The Confederate monument advisory committee will decide on a recommendation for the downtown statue at 9 a.m. Thursday in the commissioners courtroom instead of their usual meeting room on the third floor of the Courthouse on the Square.
Insight Denton: There’s too much poop on the ground at the dog park. Is there a regular maintenance schedule?
Democrats allege conspiracy
Democrats hold candidate forum in Roanoke
Six candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for county, state and federal offices will appear in a forum beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Roanoke Public Library, 308 S. Walnut St.
Monument committee nearing home stretch on final decision
The Confederate monument committee this week will host what's expected to be their last public input meeting before they reach a final decision on the downtown statue Feb. 1.
Saturday, April 21 Calendar
Last respects by the thousands
Commissioners to hold two meetings this week
Denton County Commissioners will hold an additional meeting Friday, Dec. 22, in lieu of a meeting the day after Christmas.