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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

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Matt Farmer withdraws candidacy for House District 64

    Matt Farmer withdraws candidacy for House District 64

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Matt Farmer announced he is withdrawing his candidacy for the Texas House District 64 seat that State Rep. Lynn Stucky currently holds. Farmer was

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Thousands gather in Dallas for second annual Women’s March

    Thousands gather in Dallas for second annual Women’s March

Dallas law enforcement estimates that as many as 7,000 people gathered in Downtown Dallas for the second annual Women’s March. Videographer Jessika Hardy spoke to people on the scene and

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Dorothy Bland to step down as dean of Mayborn School of Journalism

    Dorothy Bland to step down as dean of Mayborn School of Journalism

Dorothy Bland, the dean of the Mayborn School of Journalism, confirmed to the North Texas Daily Friday afternoon she will not be seeking renewal for the position at the end of the

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UNT Refugee Summit discusses humanitarian crisis

    UNT Refugee Summit discusses humanitarian crisis

The UNT Refugee Summit 2017 was held Monday in the University Union. The summit, a one-day workshop, hosted researchers and

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‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

    ‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

The Editorial Board Considering yesterday was International Women’s Day, it is important to note that our production staff is entirely comprised

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Clothesline Project hosts first event at Discovery Park

    Clothesline Project hosts first event at Discovery Park

In hopes to raise awareness about domestic violence against women, the University of North Texas Multicultural Center and the Denton

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Here’s what you need to know about Denton’s battle for ethics reform

    Here’s what you need to know about Denton’s battle for ethics reform

In Texas, local government is not required to provide a code of ethics beyond what is drawn out by the

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City of Denton prepared to make a “wholesale rewrite” of its charter, Mayor said

    City of Denton prepared to make a “wholesale rewrite” of its charter, Mayor said

The Denton City Council launched early stages of the process to review the city charter on Tuesday. In a previous

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5.6-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma rattles Denton

    5.6-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma rattles Denton

A 5.6-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma led to Denton residents feeling aftershocks a little after 7 a.m. Saturday. The quake occurred

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