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  • Local youth invited to walk runway

    Bryce Duffy, 8, won’t be in his second grade classroom at Hilltop Elementary School in Argyle on Friday, April 4. He’ll be enjoying lunch with Dallas Cowboy legends Troy Aikman, Roger Staubach and Rudy Gatlin, plus current Cowboys players and cheerlea...
  • Polls open until 7 p.m. today for Texas primary elections

    Southern Denton County residents can head to the polls today between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. to cast their ballots in the Republican and Democrat primary elections. ...
  • Flower Mound fire chief announces retirement

    After 28 years of serving the Town of Flower Mound, including 22 as fire chief, Eric Metzger has decided to enter a new chapter of his life. ...
  • PTSD – The invisible casualties of war

    They’re riding with some of their buddies in a military-style vehicle on the Plain of Reeds, a vast wetlands depression near Cambodia, during the Viet Nam War. It’s January 1970, and their air cushion hovercraft is moving speedily through the thick, w...
  • More ice possible today in Denton County

    Numerous accidents were reported overnight in Denton County, including a fatality crash near Justin. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. tonight for a mixture of freezing rain, sleet and light snow. Temperatures are expected to top ou...
  • Here we snow again!

    Here we go again Denton County. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 6 p.m. today for up to an inch of snow. ...
  • McKamy students compete in regional robotics contest

    A rookie seventh grade team of six boys and their first-time coach from McKamy Middle School in Flower Mound competed in the North Texas First Lego League Regional Championship Robotics Tournament on Saturday at the Hockaday School in Dallas. ...
  • A Champion for Children

    When Highland Village resident Marnie Grodzin visited the Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County (CACDC) to donate some of her son’s toys 12-years ago, she never imagined she would eventually be chairing the American Eagle Harley-Davidson Annual...
  • Denton County confirms season's first flu deaths

    The Denton County Health Department on Monday reported the first two influenza-related deaths for the 2013-2014 flu season. ...
  • The safety of children after the holiday season

    With the holiday season having come and gone, we reflect on the joyous time spent with family and the smiles of our children as they gleamed upon Christmas lights and new toys. As we begin a new year and children return to school in Denton County, it is a...
  • For the love of the Mean Green

    Ian Campbell loves Mean Green football -- so much so that he's attended every home game since he was born. ...
  • Kick-off party marks a decade of fundraising for Cystic Fibrosis

    Two toddlers on the same Flower Mound street were diagnosed with cystic fibrosis in 2002. What began as driveway discussions among neighbors has led to a fundraiser that has netted over $2 million toward a cure, and the creation of an event that is the mo...
  • Judge Mary Horn – Keeping our taxes low

    Many people reading that title may wonder what a judge has to do with our taxes. Aren’t judges usually presiding over criminal or civil trials? Aren’t judges generally lawyers who, after gaining experience prosecuting or defending those charged with o...
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound named best place to work in healthcare

    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound was recently being named number one in the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2013, by Modern Healthcare and Best Companies Group. ...
  • Guyer rolls past Birdville in state playoffs

    The Guyer football team advanced to the state semifinal round of the playoffs on Monday evening, with a 53-28 victory over Birdville at UNT's Apogee Stadium in Denton. ...
  • Mayor Sue Tejml –A North Texas “Notable”

    Doing these interviews allows me to meet some of the most interesting and accomplished people in North Texas. This week's guest is Sue Tejml, Mayor of Copper Canyon, a town of 1350 residents bordering Highland Village, Double Oak, Lantana, Denton and just...
  • Frigid temperatures follow icy blast

    UPDATED 3:50 p.m. Friday: The Winter Storm Warning for Denton County has expired, however a significant amount of ice and sleet remains on area roadways. ...
  • Judge Bruce McFarling – Tough but Fair

    What do you know about the court system in Denton County? Most times, people only learn that answer if they are unfortunate enough to end up there due to an arrest situation or as a result of a civil process. ...
  • Attendance zone meetings scheduled for Lantana area elementary parents

    The Denton Independent School District has scheduled two public hearings to provide elementary parents the opportunity to review proposed boundary changes and explore their attendance options. ...
  • Take steps now to reduce winter heating bills

    With winter weather upon us, Denton County residents should take steps to save money on their heating bills. ...
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