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Runoff races for Denton city council seats, including mayoral, set for Dec. 8

A runoff election for the positions of mayor, District 2 representative and Place 6 representative on the Denton city council is set for Dec....

City of Denton Runoff Election Scheduled for Dec. 8

Early Voting Will Begin Nov. 23 and Run Through Dec. 4 DENTON, TX, Nov. 18, 2020 – During the Nov. 17 City Council Meeting, Council...

Joe Biden defeats Donald Trump for the presidency

Democratic nominee Joe Biden has clinched enough states to win the 270 electoral votes needed to become president, The Associated Press declared Saturday, a...

Women as Musician-Entrepreneurs Virtual Lecture-Recital: An Exploration of Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, and Teresa Carreño’s Works and Career Ventures

Hosted by Bolivian-American Concert Pianist and Business Coach, Dr. Fabiana Claure Sunday, November 15, at 2 p.m. CST To purchase tickets and learn more visit: www.fabianaclaure.com Bolivian-American concert...

Off the Grid Music Studio offers all-in-one package for audio, video recording needs of music students

Off the Grid Music Studio combines audio and video recording services to give UNT music students the opportunity to get a professional recording of...

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...

TWU psychology faculty examine dynamics of bullying in new book

Nov. 19, 2020 — DENTON — Texas Woman’s University psychology professors Lisa Rosen, Shannon Scott and Samuel Kim recently published “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders:...

Broaden your film horizons with these extraordinary foreign-language films

American media has a superiority complex, and honestly, it’s unfounded. Yes, there have been phenomenal works to come out of Hollywood, but the assumption...

TWU Theatre presents ‘Constellations’

Nov. 5, 2020 – DENTON – The Texas Woman's University Theatre Program presents its second show of the season, "Constellations;" a time-bending journey between a man...

Feeding neighbors through the power of social media

“Denton Feed Our Neighbors Project” is a Facebook group dedicated to helping Denton citizens who are in need, mainly through sharing goods, services and...

Bloom Yoga integrates inclusivity, progressivism into yoga to build community

Sliding doors separate the 95 degree heated rooms from the turquoise lobby at Bloom Yoga’s studio. The mural plastered on the wall of the...

Advocacy centers, food pantries currently accepting donations for holidays

Advocacy centers and food pantries have a variety of options for those in the Denton area to help their community this holiday season, including...

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City of Denton Updates Parks and Library Facility Openings

Changes Reflect the Impact of the Rise in Local COVID-19 Cases DENTON, TX, Nov. 18, 2020 – In a response to the rise in local...

01 I see You – Miranda Kennedy

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

04 Fair – Miranda Kennedy

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

Women’s basketball tackles new season, COVID-19, leadership changes

One of the largest challenges most college athletics programs face every season is filling a leadership void presented by the departure of transfers and...

Runoff races for Denton city council seats, including mayoral, set for Dec. 8

A runoff election for the positions of mayor, District 2 representative and Place 6 representative on the Denton city council is set for Dec....

City of Denton Runoff Election Scheduled for Dec. 8

Early Voting Will Begin Nov. 23 and Run Through Dec. 4 DENTON, TX, Nov. 18, 2020 – During the Nov. 17 City Council Meeting, Council...

City of Denton Updates Parks and Library Facility Openings

Changes Reflect the Impact of the Rise in Local COVID-19 Cases DENTON, TX, Nov. 18, 2020 – In a response to the rise in local...

Southwest Park Master Plan Virtual Community Input Meeting

DENTON, TX, Nov. 10, 2020 – The City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department will host a virtual community input meeting on Thursday, Nov....

Bloom Yoga integrates inclusivity, progressivism into yoga to build community

Sliding doors separate the 95 degree heated rooms from the turquoise lobby at Bloom Yoga’s studio. The mural plastered on the wall of the...

Advocacy centers, food pantries currently accepting donations for holidays

Advocacy centers and food pantries have a variety of options for those in the Denton area to help their community this holiday season, including...

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 perfect week...

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...

SGA passes cultural competency training, student employment support bills with more underway

The Student Government Association Senate passed two more pieces of legislation on Wednesday related to cultural competency training and career development, following President Micheal...

Fall commencement ceremony leaves several graduates disappointed

The university will have one in-person graduation ceremony for fall graduates Sunday at 1 p.m. at Apogee Stadium and deans will host virtual college...

TWU psychology faculty examine dynamics of bullying in new book

Nov. 19, 2020 — DENTON — Texas Woman’s University psychology professors Lisa Rosen, Shannon Scott and Samuel Kim recently published “Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders:...

COVID-19 testing hits all-time high after university offers prizes for students

Testing rates are at an all-time high since the university announced Nov. 4 it will offer prizes to participants of the on-campus asymptomatic testing...

Traffic Alert: Hickory Street

Weather permitting, tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 20 from 8AM until 5PM, crews will be completing the paving for the South lane of Hickory Street from Welch Street...
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