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    Sarah Palin encourages GOP crowd to unite the Republican Party at Lincoln Reagan dinner

Sarah Palin encourages GOP crowd to unite the Republican Party at Lincoln Reagan dinner

Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin spoke about President Donald Trump, undocumented immigrants, media bias and uniting the Republican Party during her speech at the Denton County Republican Party’s 2018 Lincoln Reagan Day dinner Saturday night. The dinner was hosted at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center. Texas

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    City of Denton considering plan to decrease parking, traffic issues near UNT

City of Denton considering plan to decrease parking, traffic issues near UNT

With a steadily growing student body, UNT has been at the center of extensive development over the past few years. Now, authorities are attempting to address the issues that come with rapid development before they arise. City planners are developing a plan called the Oak Gateway Area Plan to mitigate

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    What is a government shutdown and how could it affect UNT?

What is a government shutdown and how could it affect UNT?

The federal government shut down early Friday morning for the second time in 2018 after a senator refused to vote for a budget deal which would keep the government functioning. Rand Paul, a Republican senator from Kentucky, would not vote for the budget due to what he saw as unnecessarily

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    ‘A snapshot of homelessness’: how Denton County’s Point-in-Time count results help the homeless

‘A snapshot of homelessness’: how Denton County’s Point-in-Time count results help the homeless

Denton County conducted their annual Point-in-Time count on Jan. 25, a “census of people experiencing literal homelessness,” according to the Denton County Homeless Coalition’s website. The count is required under federal law and aims to provide a snapshot of the number of homeless people in a given area, taken at

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    Denton County sees influx of Democrats on ballot

Denton County sees influx of Democrats on ballot

The Denton County Republican and Democratic primaries for 2018 midterm elections are approaching on March 6, and the county, like the state of Texas, is seeing an increase in Democratic candidates. “2018 will most certainly be the most important midterm election of my lifetime,” said Amy Taylor, the coordinated campaign

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    Downtown Mini Mall falls piece by piece

Downtown Mini Mall falls piece by piece

A demolition company began tearing down the Downtown Mini Mall on Locust Street Wednesday afternoon at the downtown square in Denton, Texas. Tactical Demolition of Prosper, Texas was granted a permit by the city of Denton on Friday to begin demolition of the building after a four-alarm fire destroyed the

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    UNT to offer first consumer experience management degree in US

UNT to offer first consumer experience management degree in US

UNT is the first university in the U.S. to offer a bachelor’s degree in consumer experience management, enrolling its first group of degree-seekers in spring 2018. “The consumer journey has become the single most important aspect in retail today,” said Judith Forney, dean of the College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism. “If you

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    Denton PD chosen to participate in anti-gender bias initiative

Denton PD chosen to participate in anti-gender bias initiative

The Denton Police Department will be one of six police agencies to take part in a national demonstration initiative called Integrity, Action and Justice: Strengthening Law Enforcement Response to Domestic and Sexual Violence by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.  This goal of this initiative is to address gender bias

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    Police investigating body found at Denton recycling center as homicide

Police investigating body found at Denton recycling center as homicide

A dead body was found Monday afternoon at a Denton recycling center, police confirmed. The body was discovered at a recycling dropoff center in the 1500 block of South Mayhill Road, according to Shane Kizer, public information officer with the Denton Police Department. An employee found a deceased adult male

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    Confederate monument draws protesters after committee decides to recommend keeping statue

Confederate monument draws protesters after committee decides to recommend keeping statue

A small crowd gathered Sunday evening on the courthouse lawn to protest the Confederate monument on the Square after a Confederate Monument Committee decided to recommend keeping the statue and adding context with a 12-3 vote earlier this week. “The decks are stacked against us,” local activist Willie Hudspeth said.

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