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DCTA to offer free A-train rides to university students

    DCTA to offer free A-train rides to university students

The Denton County Transportation Authority will offer local college students free A-train commuter rail rides between the Trinity Mills Station in Carrollton and the Downtown Denton Transit Center starting August

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Riprocks, a 27-year-old Denton bar, closes for renovations

    Riprocks, a 27-year-old Denton bar, closes for renovations

The 27-year-old bar and grill, Riprocks — located on Hickory Street and adjacent to Fry street — closed July 1. Although there is no official date for its reopening, the

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Hundreds gather at the Denton County Courthouse to protest Trump administration’s immigration policy

    Hundreds gather at the Denton County Courthouse to protest Trump administration’s immigration policy

Hundreds of people gathered at the Denton County Courthouse lawn Saturday to protest the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy. The protest, named “Keeping Families Together,” correlates with over 700

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The Oak Gateway steering committee hopes to mitigate developmental issues surrounding UNT after years of discussion

    The Oak Gateway steering committee hopes to mitigate developmental issues surrounding UNT after years of discussion

A steering committee focusing on the areas surrounding UNT is looking to present a strategy to the Denton City Council by the end of the year to mitigate parking and

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Deb Armintor wins Denton city council place 5 seat

    Deb Armintor wins Denton city council place 5 seat

UNT English professor Deb Armintor defeated local real estate firm owner Aaron “Fuzzy” Newquist on Saturday with 54.12 percent of

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Denton’s mosquito response plan looks to decrease West Nile and inform the public on prevention tactics

    Denton’s mosquito response plan looks to decrease West Nile and inform the public on prevention tactics

During the summer months everyone just wants to sit around the pool and have a good time, however, mosquito season

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New director hopes to rebuild a longtime entrepreneurship program at UNT

Jon McCarry, the new director of the UNT College of Business’ Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, hopes to bring

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UNT Health Science Center looking to add master’s degree on lifestyle coaching, the 1st of its kind in Texas

    UNT Health Science Center looking to add master’s degree on lifestyle coaching, the 1st of its kind in Texas

The UNT Board of Regents passed a motion for the Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas to offer a

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Judge does not expect Confederate Monument context to be added until 2019

    Judge does not expect Confederate Monument context to be added until 2019

Denton County Judge Mary Horn does not expect  Confederate monument historical context to be added until 2019 at the earliest,

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Local Elections: Andrew Morris beats Mat Pruneda in Texas House district 64 runoff election and more

    Local Elections: Andrew Morris beats Mat Pruneda in Texas House district 64 runoff election and more

Andrew Morris beat Mat Pruneda by almost 9 percent of the vote for the Texas House District 64 race in

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