Most read stories of 2018

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As we move into our 40th year of serving southern Denton County, we look back at the stories that most captured your attention during the past 12 months.

Here are the most-read articles on our website from 2018 in no particular order.

Old Bartonville Store sold, to be high-end deli, butcher shop

Tom Thumb in south Flower Mound to close

3 teens charged in shooting of unoccupied vehicle

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch to open for 27th year

Local ranch offers safari in suburbia

DPS to open Drivers License office in Southwest Courthouse

Patrizio restaurant in Shops at Highland Village closes

TxDOT considering widening I-35W in southern Denton County

Three hospitalized after major crash in Flower Mound

Bartonville Council denies proposed event center

River Walk developer announces restaurants

Grapevine Lake Dam road closed for repairs

New restaurants, bakery coming to Flower Mound

Flower Mound spa sued over drowning death

Salerno’s to move to Highland Village

Air Force captain, son of Bartonville residents, killed in action

P&Z approves Hawk’s Hill QT gas station

Former airstrip will be home to grocery store

Painted Tree Marketplace to open in Highland Village

One of locally famous Argyle turkeys has died

What was your top story of 2018? Tell us in the comments below. Happy New Year!

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