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Neal Smatresk, an Arlington native and outgoing UNLV president, will head University of North Texas as the Denton campus seeks greater student access and top tier research status.
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Just exactly when that will be changed a bit with the recent cold blast that coated roadways with a blanket of ice, forcing North Texas universities to close or delay start times.
Last week's ice storm is making finals even more stressful at the University of North Texas.
Administrators at the University of North Texas say the ice storm couldn't have hit at a worse time.
Here's a question about the big initiative to spur development and employment in the city's heavily poor and minority southern hemisphere.
Denton-area residents emerged into the sunshine Tuesday as icy roads began to thaw, stores began to restock their shelves and businesses began to get back to normal after five straight days of frigid temperatures.
Looking for a reason to get dressed up this weekend? Then you should grab your best cocktail attire and plan to attend the Winter Solstice, a Holiday Fashion Exhibit December 14. Brittnee Lavender, a recent graduate from the Fashion Design program at the University of North Texas, is part of a major fashion movement in her hometown of San Antonio, ... (more)
The eighth annual Sanger High School arts and crafts show is planned from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and will feature more than 130 booths, organizers said.
"Creative Differences: 35 Years at 500x" is a miniature retrospective of work by artists who have been part of the gallery since its founding in the mid-1970s.
Christie A. Wood, shown here in her studio and shop at Art Glass Ensembles on Bolivar Street, has designed Denton's latest public art piece, a 3D stained glass depiction of the late Denton blues singer Pops Carter.
Local communities that are involved in fracking of natural gas should get the greatest say whether or not such methods of gas extraction are safe, Adam Briggle, a professor at the University of North Texas and an environmental activist, told RT.
The U.S. Marines Toys for Tots drop-off box will be set up at the food court in Golden Triangle Mall through Dec. 16. The annual drive, which provides toys to children 12 and younger for Christmas morning, needed a helping hand itself this year after several Marines in the region were deployed.
The University of North Texas Board of Regents on Thursday endorsed plans for a full-service hotel and convention center in Denton and authorized the chancellor to finalize a deal with the city.