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Sick Texans seeking late absentee ballots still need a doctor’s note, Texas appeals court rules

A state district court judge had ruled against the longstanding requirement for a doctor's note to ask for an emergency absentee ballot, saying many people who test positive for the coronavirus don’t interact with a physician.

Texas’ massive early voting numbers have persisted, leading to predictions of overall turnout unseen in years

Experts are predicting that as many as 12 million people could vote in Texas this year.

John Cornyn confronts late spending spree by MJ Hegar, Democratic allies in reelection campaign

Cornyn’s once-massive cash-on-hand advantage is gone, and outside Democratic groups smell blood with less than two weeks left in his re-election campaign.

Swinging London and Dreamy Disco Meet at Denton’s Retro Vinyl Lounge

by Amber Gaudet via Dallas Observer Nestled into a faded commercial strip tucked into a side street on Denton’s downtown square, Vinyl Lounge is easy...

CityFolk returns to the music scene online and outdoors

Local band CityFolk has found a way to bring music to the people of Denton during the COVID-19 pandemic, performing for online audiences from...

Emo Night Denton amplifies BIPOC voices through emo nights and music scene activism

Once a month, nostalgic fans of 90s and 2000s emo have a space where they can jam out to old punk classics. Emo Night...

Denton Parks and Rec – Halloween Costume Contest

Many things are different this year,...

Month of Horror: The best of the bad movies that are still genre classics

Horror movies tend to be the center of attention this time of year, which means I get to talk about some of my favorites....

Dance and theater cope with online learning despite normally interactive curriculum

By contributing writer Emma Saldivar Despite the level of interaction its curriculum usually requires, the Dance and Theatre departments have altered the way they move...

Denton artist uses design to spark joy in self and others

What begins as a sketch in a sketchbook is then inked with a Micron and uploaded on a computer to add colors and final...

Three North Texas Breweries Win at the Great American Beer Festival

Every year the Great American Beer Festival competition sees thousands of entries from breweries across the country. From those many thousands this year, only...

Guyer Band Craft Fair call for artists

Saturday, April 10, 2021.  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.7501 Teasley Ln, Denton, TX 76210 Hosts over 100 local...

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TWU to hold drive-thru graduation events in December

Oct. 28, 2020—DENTON/DALLAS/HOUSTON—This fall, Texas Woman’s University grads will have a graduation experience worthy of a checkered flag. In an effort to overcome safety issues...

01 I see You – Miranda Kennedy

https://www.youtube.com/embed/RKizdfZ6Ww8

04 Fair – Miranda Kennedy

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Su1rgqg0DPU

Tennis team finishes fall, gives head coach glimpses of a strong spring season

The Mean Green tennis team finished off a shortened fall schedule by playing in the ITA Central Regional championship. Overall, the team came out...

City of Denton Transitioning to New Merchant Services Vendor

Transition Will Require Online Customers to Update Payment Information

Sick Texans seeking late absentee ballots still need a doctor’s note, Texas appeals court rules

A state district court judge had ruled against the longstanding requirement for a doctor's note to ask for an emergency absentee ballot, saying many people who test positive for the coronavirus don’t interact with a physician.

Texas’ massive early voting numbers have persisted, leading to predictions of overall turnout unseen in years

Experts are predicting that as many as 12 million people could vote in Texas this year.

Denton Police prepares for new bystandership prevention program

The Denton Police Department will be one of the first agencies in the U.S. to roll out a new training program that aims to...

See 7 Stars and Planets in 5 Minutes!

Can you imagine changing your knowledge of the stars and sky in five minutes? Bob wants to prove it. This is the...

Denton landscapers aim to create urban “wildscapes”

Oct. 13, 2020 Three University of North Texas grads are on a mission to help local wildlife. With urban sprawl spreading out, Molly Burke, Taylor Phillips and...

The Seven Sisters at Halloween

It’s an annual autumn ritual: The reappearance of the glorious Seven Sisters. Around Halloween, they always rise in the east before 7 PM and...

Children & Nature

Author: Maryann Zeledon, Program Coordinator at Denia Rec Center, pictured below I love working...

TWU to hold drive-thru graduation events in December

Oct. 28, 2020—DENTON/DALLAS/HOUSTON—This fall, Texas Woman’s University grads will have a graduation experience worthy of a checkered flag. In an effort to overcome safety issues...

SGA launches new transparency initiative and Career Center program

The Student Government Association announced a partnership with the Career Center and passed legislation intended to build trust between the organization and students at...

University System holds “Ask Me Anything” event for employees

University System leaders launched the new livestream “Ask Me Anything” event series Thursday, where a panel of experts discussed various topics such as case...

More in-person courses, club meetings possibly in store for spring semester

The university is planning multiple changes for the 2021 spring semester, including an increase in face-to-face classes and the possibility of face-to-face co-curricular events. The...

TRAFFIC ALERT: Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 22, northbound US 377 will have daily lane closures in place.

Weather permitting, Tuesday, Sept. 22 through Saturday, Sept. 26 from 9 am to 3:30 pm, northbound traffic will have temporary lane closures...
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