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County poverty rates decline while nonprofits still face high demand for aid

    County poverty rates decline while nonprofits still face high demand for aid

The poverty rate of Denton County decreased during the pandemic, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, but local nonprofits are still experiencing high demand for basic living assistance. The Census

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The $15 minimum wage will benefit those being exploited for their labor

    The $15 minimum wage will benefit those being exploited for their labor

The minimum wage is a political issue for ordinary people. While the majority of politics can feel like it’s playing out in a separate world from ours, it is everyday

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The difference between gentrification and revitalization

    The difference between gentrification and revitalization

Gentrification is a serious issue where typically rich, white people take over low-income areas predominantly inhabited by people of color. They raise the cost of living for that area and

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End of unemployment benefits will cause millions to suffer

    End of unemployment benefits will cause millions to suffer

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen how terrible our president has reacted to the crisis. Trump has repeatedly refused to believe that COVID-19 was real and

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Anti-poverty organization has roots at UNT

    Anti-poverty organization has roots at UNT

Kaleigh Gremaud / Staff Writer Imagine you’re without electricity, water or even education. For some people, those are daily realities

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Kaela’s Project

Christina Gaines / Contributing Writer Boston-born Kaela Schreck was always an ambitious individual. After graduating high school early in California,

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A Hard Life

A Long Form Narrative by Dave Tracy Andrea lifts Leah out of the car seat, clicks the door locks on

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Sanger: A look at small town poverty

    Sanger: A look at small town poverty

Ian Pribanic // Contributing Writer Like a scene from a 1930s movie, the railroad tracks in Sanger, Texas, a town of

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Van vendor sells smoky treats on Fry Street

    Van vendor sells smoky treats on Fry Street

Christina Ulsh // Design Editor The street vendor’s van doors are propped open. He sits cross-legged inside the van facing the

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Denton County operation provides help to families for 26 years

Alexis Wand // Contributing Writer The metal building, tucked away on the side of Highway 377 in the heart of

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