Editorial | Opinion
Immigration reform requires both parties
Most everyone agrees the time for comprehensive immigration reform is long past. Political gridlock in Washington, D.C., has guaranteed that nothing happens. And that has to change.
Civics classes help ground citizens
New Texas law strong-arms breweries
Check used vehicles for flood damage
Are you in the market for a used car? If so, this is a time to exercise a lot of caution. The flooding spawned by Hurricane Harvey left thousands of cars and trucks with water damage. Undoubtedly, some entrepreneurs are buying them up, salvaging them and then re-selling them all over Texas.
Vietnam War film may soothe wounds
Anti-war demonstrations roiled college campuses in the late 1960s and early '70s. Students marched in front of the North Texas State University administration building on Chestnut Street, chanting, "Hey, hey, LBJ. How many boys did you kill today?"
Show you care on Giving Day
The downtown Denton Square will be alive with the spirit of giving on Thursday. Charities and a wide variety of nonprofit groups will be set up under brightly colored awnings for the annual North Texas Giving Day.
Harvey’s varmint victims best left alone
It's impossible now to count the number of lives upended by Harvey's epic scope: victims and rescuers, humans and pets.
Houston has met test, but work isn’t done
With pardon, Trump did no favor to ‘rule of law’
Denton helps fellow Texans on coast
When Hurricane Harvey delivered its punch to Houston and the Gulf Coast, Denton stepped into the ring to help lift stricken victims off the canvas. The list of Denton's helping heroes is too long to mention every person or organization that jumped in to help Harvey victims.