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Geoff Sherman: Respect post oaks' space to keep them healthy
Post oaks have the most sensitive root systems of all of the native trees in our area, and with this species, it is very common for any disturbance of the root system to lead to a fast, and often irreversible, decline and eventual death.
Bright future possible for Denton's renewable energy
Fill 'er up ... where? For electric cars to take off, they'll need places to charge
Harvey didn't spare toxic waste sites
The Houston metro area has more than a dozen Superfund sites, designated by the EPA as being among America's most intensely contaminated places. Many are now flooded.
Burgess’ summit promotes smart ways to use power
U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess, local leaders and industry experts convened to highlight steps North Texans can take to become more energy efficient at the annual Energy Summit and Fair at UNT’s Discovery Park.
Duff joins council; Denton will see boost in renewable energy
Don Duff joined the City Council for the first time Tuesday as Denton Municipal Electric boosted its renewable energy portfolio.
Former biology professor retires from volunteering with sheriff's office
'The outside life': Family of 8 finds refuge at Denton homeless shelter
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe: Just pick it up
I was willing to walk by trash on the sidewalk and the street, but I wasn’t willing to ignore it when my dog moved it around.