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    Denton businesses, employees feel the effects of COVID-19 restrictions

Denton businesses, employees feel the effects of COVID-19 restrictions

After Denton County issued a stay-at-home order on March 24 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, business owners have responded in various ways as it impacts them and their employees’ financial stability. The COVID-19 restrictions meant the indefinite end of operations for Source Gaming Lounge. “Business was slow in the

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    Breaking down the CARES Act: What the coronavirus stimulus bill does

Breaking down the CARES Act: What the coronavirus stimulus bill does

On March 27, President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill — also known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus Act — which aims to give economic relief to people and businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Most Americans will receive a $1,200 check One of

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    During these uncertain times, student media is still there for comfort

During these uncertain times, student media is still there for comfort

With the start of the new decade comes hopeful thoughts, new goals to reach and new experiences to hopefully enrich the lives of the people here at the turn of a new era. Three months in to the new decade and a pandemic is certainly not something 2020 expected or needed.

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    UNT Housing consolidating residence halls, students in Traditions and Santa Fe moving to Kerr

UNT Housing consolidating residence halls, students in Traditions and Santa Fe moving to Kerr

Students currently living in Traditions and Santa Fe Square residence halls will be moving to Kerr Hall in an effort to consolidate dorm rooms, according to UNT Housing. UNT Housing is currently preparing clean, vacant rooms in Kerr Halls for residences of Traditions and Santa Fe Square and the new

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    Denton County Judge Andy Eads confirms 54 new COVID-19 cases, 31 of which are at DSSLC

Denton County Judge Andy Eads confirms 54 new COVID-19 cases, 31 of which are at DSSLC

Denton County Judge Andy Eads, Mayor Chris Watts and the Denton County Public Health director held a press conference Friday to announce 54 new cases in the county, 31 of which are at Denton State Supported Living Center. All 31 of the cases at the center are from residents. One

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    UNT student tests positive for COVID-19 after traveling to New Orleans

UNT student tests positive for COVID-19 after traveling to New Orleans

A UNT student has been diagnosed with COVID-19, the university confirmed in an email to faculty and staff. The student, who traveled to New Orleans for spring break, lives in an apartment in the city of Denton and has been quarantined since being evaluated and tested for the virus, according

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    Denton County Commissioners Court extends stay at home executive order, disaster declaration

Denton County Commissioners Court extends stay at home executive order, disaster declaration

The Denton County Commissioners Court unanimously passed a motion to extend the stay-at-home executive order and disaster declaration and any other appropriate action until March 31 at Friday’s emergency meeting to prevent COVID-19 spread.  Judge Andy Eads said the Commissioners Court will review the extension again during their regular Tuesday

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    Keep up with your physical and mental health during quarantine

Keep up with your physical and mental health during quarantine

As COVID-19 spreads across the nation, citizens everywhere are encouraged to stay home in an effort to reduce transmission rates and flatten the curve. With UNT’s transition to online courses and the cancellation of events and club activities, you may find yourself with more free time on your hands, and

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    Denton County Judge announces first COVID-19 related death and 13 more cases at press conference

Denton County Judge announces first COVID-19 related death and 13 more cases at press conference

Denton County Judge Andy Eads announced the county’s first COVID-19 death and 13 more cases in the county and encouraged residents to self-isolate at a press conference on Thursday. Eads said the first COVID-19 death, a Lewisville man in his 40s, occurred Wednesday evening after he experienced “severe complications” with

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    Paid sick leave for workers is more important than ever

Paid sick leave for workers is more important than ever

Even prior to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak, the toll classism is taking on the health of United States citizens was a pressing issue that defined America’s political climate. Now that the world is being plagued by a highly contagious virus, working class employees are more at risk than ever,

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