Editorial | Opinion
All innocent until proven guilty
The arrest of Denton County Sheriff's Office veteran patrol Sgt. Weston Jordan as a result of a multi-agency investigation marks an embarrassing moment for Sheriff Tracy Murphree.
Ponder needs answers to water problem
Theories sprout over Austin bombings
O’Keefe turns grief into social action
We need more "can-do" citizens like Kathy O'Keefe of Flower Mound.
Gas pipeline systems must be safe
Natural gas is great for heating water, cooking and keeping homes warm in winter. Unfortunately, natural gas can be volatile and explosive when it escapes from a secure pipeline system.
Brooklyn barbecue? Bless their hearts
The debate over which region of the country has the best barbecue is not likely to get settled anytime soon. But one claim of barbecue supremacy was met with an astonishingly rapid natural response. It began as a slow rumble in the Carolinas, made its way across Tennessee into Memphis, up into Kansas City before reaching a crescendo in Texas.
It’s time to keep honest data about shootings
We believe in data. Good data -- kept up to date and honestly interpreted -- can help doctors improve patient health. Good data can help corporate and government policy-makers solve vexing economic and social problems.
Two races personify Texas GOP split
The dust has settled after Tuesday's primary elections. Congratulations to state Rep. Lynn Stucky, R-Denton, who was re-elected to a second term in the Texas House of Representatives. He beat newcomer Mark Roy because he was a well-known good guy involved in the Denton County community for 20 years.