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Dallas City Hall's Record Gives South Side Landowners Good Reason to Be Paranoid
The area around new UNT campus in Southern Dallas seems like the right place for Grow South to start growing something.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Blotter: Loud party shut down
Denton police busted a party after loud music was reported shortly after 1 a.m. Friday at a residence in the 3400 block of Country Club Road.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Commencement ceremonies begin today
Pomp and circumstance will be on display as commencement ceremonies for University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University graduates begin today.
Exploring Fear Of Friday The 13th
This can be a very difficult day for those who suffer from a fear of Friday the 13th.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Outgoing UNLV president named UNTa s president.
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.
The Morning Pride: December 12, 2013
Welcome to The Morning Pride, ThinkProgress LGBT's daily round-up of the latest in LGBT policy, politics, and some culture too! Here's what we're reading this morning, but please let us know what stories you're following as well.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Ice storm put college exams on hold for many students
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.
UNT students unhappy after ice storm causes finals crunch
Last week's ice storm is making finals even more stressful at the University of North Texas.
UNT Exam Scheduled Compressed Due To Ice Storm
Administrators at the University of North Texas say the ice storm couldn't have hit at a worse time.
So Is 'Grow South' About Helping the People or Just the Real Estate?
Here's a question about the big initiative to spur development and employment in the city's heavily poor and minority southern hemisphere.
Council OKs convention center deal
The Denton City Council unanimously approved a master agreement with a Missouri development group that is expected to bring the city a convention center and full-service hotel as soon as 2015.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Roads clear as sun shines
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.
The Winter Solstice: A Holiday Fashion Exhibition
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)
Big Trouble At Little Bighorn
Hour 2: General Custer's defeat at the Battle of Little Bighorn was front-page news across America.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Les Cockrell: High school arts and crafts show planned
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.
Early morning light casts a glow on the holiday-bedecked, ice-covered East Hickory Street leading from Denton's downtown Square.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Briefly in the arts
"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.
Pops in full color
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.
The Joplin Independent
PhotoSpiva 2014 calls for entries
This digital image, "Maybelline Model" was part of a group of work by Gloria Feinstein of Kansas City, Missouri that took first place honors in the 2013 competition.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
'More smoke than fire': Fracking's economic benefits are overblown
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.