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    Fracking ban will hurt industry, not Denton

Fracking ban will hurt industry, not Denton

Joshua Knopp / News Editor The question of whether or not to ban hydraulic fracturing in Denton is on the ballot this fall. There have been a lot of lies said about this issue in the past few months, and it’s time to set the record straight. Jobs Fracking technically

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    Liquor sales would bring money to county

Liquor sales would bring money to county

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer It’s Friday night. All the right people are with you. The party starts, the music’s up loud and the shots keep coming, when suddenly that bottle of vodka is empty. Time for somebody sober to drive up the road to the liquor store, right?

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    Republicans likely to win again on Election Day

Republicans likely to win again on Election Day

Election season 2014 is almost over and, boy, has it been a fun ride. The Denton County Republican Party is more active in spreading its message than the Denton County Democratic Party, but there is a clear reason for that: more people in this county care about the Republicans than

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Downey Jr. gives powerful performance in “The Judge”

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer Robert Downey Jr. gives one of his top performances in “The Judge” as Hank Palmer, a rich, high-powered lawyer in Chicago. Downey’s signature confidence, wit and attitude are displayed throughout the movie, but he adds more depth and sentiment in this role. The film

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    “Gone Girl” lengthy but worth investment

“Gone Girl” lengthy but worth investment

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer The 2014 movie, “Gone Girl” has the capacity to throw off even the most intuitive of viewers. There is little-to-no subtlety in the film, as the quickly developing storyline takes off from the gate, racing toward multiple dead ends only to bounce off the

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    “Gone Girl” and “Fury” lead October movies

“Gone Girl” and “Fury” lead October movies

Joshua Knopp / News Editor Oct. 3 “Annabelle” Ew. True blue horror movies have become less frequent during Halloween season. There are only two this year, and sadly, “Annabelle” is one of them. This film is a prequel and spin-off to last summer’s hit “The Conjuring,” telling the story of

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    University printing fee an unnecessary cost

University printing fee an unnecessary cost

When Neal Smatresk was anointed UNT president earlier this year, he didn’t exactly inherit a financial gold mine. In his state of the university address last week, the new leader called UNT’s current financial crisis “daunting.” Who could blame him? UNT’s previous financial officials taking potentially more than $70 million

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    Criticism and praise for GOP’s top goals

Criticism and praise for GOP’s top goals

At a Republican Party gathering at the Denton County Election Administration last Thursday, Texas Senator Jane Nelson, who represents District 12,rallied the attending Republicans to vote in Denton County. Nelson laid out the top five reasons why we must vote Republican. 5. Education Money is always the origin of thought

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    When is banning books the right answer? Never

When is banning books the right answer? Never

Never. Banning books is never the right answer. To celebrate Banned Books Week, Highland Park High School in Dallas has “temporarily” banned seven books, hitting two recent New York Times Bestsellers and two Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, including Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. Her Pulitzer was in no small part due

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Letter to the editor: keep Sack & Save around

Recently, the UNT System Board of Regents announced its decision to pursue acquisition of the Sack & Save between Avenue C and Interstate 35. An investigation by NBC showed that the owner and manager of Sack & Save hadn’t even been informed prior to the decision and is intent on

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