SHRUGS go to … the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. Maybe the organization should remove the word “reliability” from its name, as ERCOT … Read more

HUGS go to … Denton ISD officials for their preparations toward opening a virtual academy in the 2021-22 school year for kindergartners throug… Read more

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HUGS go to … Denton City Council members who agreed with a study by consultants Reinvestment Fund and Atria Planning that developing smaller s… Read more

HUGS go to … Denton City Council members who expressed concern to staff members about how the project to replace residential streetlights with… Read more

HUGS go to … DJ Taylor, whose 150th and final installment of Yesteryear appears in today’s newspaper. Taylor has been producing the popular fe… Read more

HUGS go to … the staff at clinics, hospitals and pharmacies across the county who have fielded countless calls from residents anxious to know … Read more

HUGS go to … all those who contributed their sweat, toil and tears in helping Shiloh Field Community Garden in Denton produce its largest crop… Read more

HUGS go to … the city of Denton Parks and Recreation Department, for its new wildflower planting program, which will set the stage for a burst… Read more

HUGS go to … Gerard Hudspeth, Connie Baker and Paul Meltzer on their Denton municipal runoff victories on Tuesday following 10 months of campa… Read more

HUGS go to … the family and those throughout the community mourning the loss of Emilio “Popo” Gonzalez, whose lasting legacy has been demonstr… Read more

HUGS go to … Won’t You Be Our Neighbor, Denton?, the Facebook group that gathered hand turkeys (you remember tracing your hand and turning it … Read more