A Mississippi kite leaps off a cedar tree in Flower Mound. These kites are summer residents of North Texas, and in the winter they migrate to … Read more

Construction crews demolish a former fraternity house near St. David of Wales Episcopal Church on Wednesday. The church is building a new sanc… Read more

The Texas heat in July can be extreme, to say the least. So, you might be wondering how you and your kids can safely maintain a healthy level … Read more

Iglesia Eben-Ezer member Gerardo Gaona helps pump gas for Denton resident Dianne Roberts at S&B Store on Friday. The Denton church sponsor… Read more

Classic of Denton on June 10 surprised a Denton single mother with a free Mazda, part of a program that has seen the dealership donate three v… Read more

Seems like it has been raining for 40 days and 40 nights, or at least it feels like it. I know that we will covet these rainy days soon enough… Read more

Breakfast actually means “breaking the fast.” When we eat breakfast we are refueling our bodies after going without food during our sleeping h… Read more

We know a little more now on how our landscapes fared after February’s winter storm. For the most part, I have been pleasantly surprised! It s… Read more

Winter storm Uri, which devastated most of Texas, is estimated to have caused 600 million in damages to Texas Agriculture, according to AgriLi… Read more

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What just happened? It was crazy-cold is what happened. Like you, I don’t put up with our sweltering summers to have to deal with that kind of… Read more

What started as a disaster became a community effort to help Denton Islamic Society restore and repair damage following catastrophic flooding … Read more

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We want and need to hear from you! An important aspect of our agency is providing educational programs that address local needs. We have commi… Read more

Dan Black — whose bright, kinetic murals dot downtown Denton — painted a mural in 2019 on the side of a now-closed business, depicting lifelon… Read more