Sunday, May 22, 2022

Denton County remains at low COVID-19 level, as active cases rise

In this week’s COVID-19 update, Denton County Public Health reported four more COVID-19 deaths and a continuing slight rise in new COVID-19 cases and...

Mentors Wanted: Big Brothers Big Sisters focuses on Denton County

Many people outside of Flower Mound, Highland Village, Lantana, Bartonville and Argyle might think kids living in those communities don’t have the same needs...

Love of a Lifetime: Highland Village couple celebrates 70th anniversary

Jack Milligan has a simple explanation for why he and his wife, Joyce, have stayed happily married for 70 years. “I still love her,” he...

Jaguars on track to dominate

For the second year in a row, the Flower Mound High School track and field team won a district championship. The Jaguars followed that up...

Heim named head football coach at Guyer

Reed Heim, defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Guyer High School, has been named the third head football coach and athletic coordinator in the...

Rojas drawn back to the diamond

Tyler Rojas still remembers shagging tennis balls for his older sister, Matti, when he was just 7 years old. The California native would routinely bring...

Runyon running toward ultimate prize of state title

Sarah Runyon is the embodiment of good sportsmanship. At the state track & field meet last season, the Argyle hurdler was poised to bring home...

Flower Mound’s Miracle League is building a field of dreams

Jeff Nelson and Jeff Fisher don’t consider themselves miracle workers by any stretch of the imagination. But when a good plan comes together quickly,...

Former Liberty Christian hoops standout lands in Boston

Whirlwind clearly describes the past six months for Luke Kornet. It all started in Boston where the 2013 Liberty Christian Academy graduate and former Lantana...