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Texans with disabilities are eligible for mail-in voting, but people must decide for themselves if they qualify

Disability rights activists say they’re worried the confusion may deter at-risk Texans from voting or cause them to needlessly put their health at risk to show up in person at the polls despite being eligible for mail-in voting.

Democratic allies fighting to flip Texas House join forces for $1.1 million digital ad campaign

The campaign will benefit 11 candidates in some of the most pivotal races to take control of the lower chamber.

Who’s who of the Sept. 29 Texas State Senate special election

Six candidates are in the running for the special election for Texas State Senate District 30 on Sept. 29, with early voting starting Sept. 14, to...

Denton's Armadillo Ale Works Puts on a Weekly Drive-In Concert Series

It was a Saturday evening in Denton’s East End neighborhood, and the staff of Armadillo Ale Works was setting up a music stage in...

Folkwave Duo Field Division Releases New Single, Credit Denton for Their Move to North Texas

Folkwave is a far cry from the style of  Bob Dylan or Woody Guthrie, but this dreamy, psychedelic, contemporary cousin of the once harmonica-...

Denton pop-punk band keeps DIY scene active through live stream shows

Record Setter, a Denton pop-punk band, is currently focused on re-recording their new album and creating a safe space in the DIY scene. The...

‘The Devil All the Time’ is a villainous tale about the Devil walking among us

Turns out the Devil is not so far away. Set in small towns in Virginia and Ohio following World War II, “The Devil All the...

UNT couple writes bilingual children’s book to help youth navigate COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has led people to navigate a “new normal,” which includes staying home more and wearing masks in public. These changes can...

TWU launches new pioneering women book series

August 24, 2020—DENTON—Texas Woman’s University has launched an interdisciplinary book series highlighting the accomplishments of courageous women. The TWU Book Series—Pioneering Women: Women Who...

‘Take a Plant, Leave a Plant Denton’ group creates community among plant lovers

A drive down a residential street might offer a variety of things to look at, like old furniture out on the curb or kids...

Notice of Virtual Community Input Meeting for McKenna Park Project Updates

DENTON, TX, Sept. 15, 2020 – The City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department will host a virtual community input meeting on Thursday, Sept....

International Rotaract English Class builds language exchange and friendships

Biology junior Sira Nakwaasah spends her Sunday evenings teaching English to international students over Facebook video chat. As the Rotaract English Class coordinator, Nakwaasah recruits...

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Notice of Virtual Community Input Meeting for McKenna Park Project Updates

DENTON, TX, Sept. 15, 2020 – The City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department will host a virtual community input meeting on Thursday, Sept....

01 I see You – Miranda Kennedy

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

04 Fair – Miranda Kennedy

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

North Texas’ new golf practice facility completion slated for 2021

Back in November 2019, the North Texas Board of Regents approved of the construction for a new North Texas golf practice facility on campus....

Denton PD Joins National ABLE Project

DENTON, TX, Sept. 18, 2020 – The Denton Police Department has been accepted into the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project, Georgetown University...

Denton City Council to Consider Emergency Declaration and Order at Sept. 22 Meeting

City Council Meeting to Offer Virtual Public Commenting Options DENTON, TX, Sept. 18, 2020 – The Denton City Council will meet in a regularly scheduled...

City of Denton to Apply Mosquito Ground Spray Sept. 21

Application to be Confined to Residential Areas in the Vicinity of...

Texans with disabilities are eligible for mail-in voting, but people must decide for themselves if they qualify

Disability rights activists say they’re worried the confusion may deter at-risk Texans from voting or cause them to needlessly put their health at risk to show up in person at the polls despite being eligible for mail-in voting.

‘Take a Plant, Leave a Plant Denton’ group creates community among plant lovers

A drive down a residential street might offer a variety of things to look at, like old furniture out on the curb or kids...

Notice of Virtual Community Input Meeting for McKenna Park Project Updates

DENTON, TX, Sept. 15, 2020 – The City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department will host a virtual community input meeting on Thursday, Sept....

Why Is the Moon So Low (or So High)?

The Moon meets each planet the next two weeks—hovering right along side of it! So this is your chance to easily identify the planets....

The Old, Misunderstood Equinox

Can you balance an egg on the equinox? Are days and nights truly equal? Bob separates autumnal equinox facts from fiction.

SGA appoints new senators amidst campus-wide decrease in student participation

With 26 more vacant seats to fill, the Student Government Association appointed three additional senators to the College of Music, College of Health and...

Center for Women Entrepreneurs launches new round of StartHER grants

Sept. 17, 2020 — DENTON — Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs (CWE) is accepting submissions for its StartHER Grant Program, which encourages...

VeoRide confirms it ceased serving Denton

VeoRide confirmed it ceased serving Denton after Transportation Services contacted the company when it learned all VeoRide rental bikes had been removed from campus...

Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership

Grand Opening Postponed Due to concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Texas Woman's University is postponing the dedication and grand opening of...

TRAFFIC ALERT: Beginning Monday, Sept. 14, traffic control flaggers will be in place at US 377/Fort Worth Drive between E. Mission Street to Massey...

Monday, Sept. 14 through Wednesday, Sept. 16 from 9 am to 3:30 pm, northbound traffic will be reduced to one lane at...